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My Own Human (girlxgirl)

My Own Human (girlxgirl)

582K Reads 20.1K Votes 43 Part Story
Arizona Tape By ArizonaTape Completed

Two species. Two women. Two worlds. One story.
  At only 265 years young, vampire Adrianna has her whole life ahead of herself. But instead of planning out her future, she is fascinated by history. Human history, to be exact. So far she knows that humans were smart and resourceful, made both love and war, and are undeniably extinct.
  So can you imagine her surprise when she stumbles upon Heather, a young woman that loves fresh air, dances in the rain, and likes her heartbeat regular. Oh, and is as human as they come.
  Forced to share the same house, they effortlessly annoy the crap out of each other. Yet unexpectedly, Adrianna finds herself falling head over heels for the human girl.
  So how do a vampire and a human build a relationship when one of them isn't even supposed to exist? Where did Heather even come from? And what secret has she been hiding from Adrianna all this time?
  How could this possibly end well?

SheilaFal SheilaFal Mar 29
seem interesting, i hope she doesnt end into turn as vamp aswell, i think the magic" of the story is couse there +1vamp+1human, and how 2 spieces so differents can build a relationship, without the need of the "turn.
KleinStory KleinStory Nov 30, 2016
                              Finally we can inline comment on PC. It's great I just had to comment on a random book to test it out.
aestatexx aestatexx Jun 14, 2015
Ok I'm only reading this book because the main character has my name... I would not read it because it isn't completed but it should be good...
Iloveyoububblegum Iloveyoububblegum Aug 12, 2014
Your funny I so got that joke... you used young instead of old!
iWantSolitude iWantSolitude Jun 18, 2014
Your story is funny.. How I wish the main character of my story could evolve immediately. Nice, though.
SeyfriedLover87 SeyfriedLover87 Sep 21, 2013
Brilliant idea my friend. This is definitely something different and I'm eager to read more.