Dedicated to PlotterOfEvilSchemes for making Dearna Valentine.
I'm making these extremely short, because I don't want this to be ten chapters only. Haha.
Upon arriving at the Volturi, I didn't bother to stop to let myself in. A human woman tried to stop me, and I killed her for trying. I was here on business. That was apparently a mistake because many came in my way.
"Get out of my way," I said calmly.
"Cordelia!" Aro said as he stood in front of me. "What a pleasant surprise."
"I'm sure," I said coldly. "I'm here about the Newborn army."
"We have to find where they are--"
"Not what I mean."
He raised his eyebrows. "What do you mean?"
"You're not to go after them, the Cullen Coven, and the Sparkly Fairy Snowmen shall."
They all hissed at me, and went for an attack, but Aro raised a hand. "No, my children."
I laughed. "Children now? Now that is amusing."
I could see they weren't pleased, especially Aro.
"Aro, I would like to stay in Volterra for a while," I said.
I could see the slight widening of his eyes. "Why would that be?"
"I'd like to see how you control things here in Volterra, I'd like to sit in on your things. I dunno, kill somebody too?" My eyes glanced across the Volturi, and I walked past them. Since I was bored, I decided to move back, and push one of the closest one into the furthest wall, which happened to be quite a distance. I had pulled his arm off, too.
"Must you do that?" Aro asked, holding up his hand to stop his coven again.
"Yes," I answered. "But I'm still bored. Do you have any decent books?"
He listed them off, and I cut him off.
"Modern, I've read all the classics."
"Useless," I hissed. "Where is my room?"
I had to say, the Volturi looked confused to why Aro was taking orders from me.
"Show our guest to our best guest room," Aro told the closest. Jordan had gone to see the Vampire who turned him.
He nodded, but shooting me a glare. I kept eye-contact.
"You will not glare at me, you will show me to my room, and that will be all, do you understand?"
"Good. Show me."
"Cordelia, please, do not compel my coven," Aro said.
I raised an eyebrow at him.
"I mean what?"
I nodded slowly, and followed the Vampire, who was running.
"Run faster," I said easilly catching up to him.
"I cannot," he said, then we stopped, he slighly ahead of me. He opened the foor.
"You will find Dearna Valentine and bring her here." I closed the door on him. I looked at the books, and didn't want to read them when I looked at them. I read them before.
A few hours later, I was sitting on Caius's chair, while he awkwardly stood behind me. I felt very special. But I wanted Aro's chair. Being me can only go far.
They pulled Kayla-Rose into the room. I could tell by her strange scent. It was a very distinct human scent when she was in a human form. At the moment, she was Luna Lovegood.
"This little girl knows about Vampires," Alec said, pushing her inside.
She fell to the ground, and let out a small whimper. She looked up at me, but gave no sense of recogniton.
I nodded slightly.
"Hello, you're all very pretty," Kayla-Rose, or Luna, said very dreamy-like.
Aro came towards her.
"Don't touch her," I said. "I don't believe she will lie."
"I need to know what she knows."
"Ask her then."
He didn't touch her. "We're not going to hurt you."
"That's nice," she said. "Do you have any pudding?"
"What do you know about Vampires?"
"You have many wrackspurts in your head," she said.
"I-- What are wrackspurts?"
"They're invisible creatures that fly into your brain."
"I don't have wrackspurts."
Kayla-Rose smiled. "Yes, you do."
"They don't exist."
Her eyes hardened and turned black, and she let out a blood-curdling scream, and kept shrieking, her hair turing grey, to white, and then none. She was now so tiny you couldn't see her.
"Aro, you killed her," I said. "You killed her by telling her Wrackspurts don't exist. What kind of idiot are you? Of course they exist!"
Kalya-Rose turned into her vampire self.
"Well," she said. "Of course I know about Vampire's, I am one."