We're brought into this world to live; eat, learn, sleep, repeat, repeat, and repeat again. Until eventually the time comes when we die. Or at least that's how it's supposed to work right?
For some reason I don't think it's working out that way for me.
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"Thick eyelashes frame deep
blue eyes, freckles sprinkle across his pale cheekbones. His thick, tousled-white hair falls messily over part of his right eye.
A blush starts to creep into my cheeks the longer I stare but I can't look away-- his features are so unflawed that they seem to resemble some sort of marble-like stone. It's almost as if he's not human at all."
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Lydia Ames's second last year in
high school starts off with an accident where she looses the only family member she has left.
As if that's not the worst part already, she also has a permanent reminder of the day's events.
However when she meets a certain boy and his friends her whole world changes completely. The question is did it change for the better?
Or will it end in the loss of everything and everyone she has left?
*This version of A Touch of Scarlet is a first draft = grammar is painfully incorrect*
#1 in Vampire - September 13th, 2015