He kept staring at her necklace as her lips pressed against his neck.
“Wait,” he said. As she pulled back from him. He said, “where did you get the necklace? It’s really cool looking.”
She told him that it was a really old silver coin that was turned into a necklace. That it was one of thirty coins that were very rare and very powerful. It was a couple of thousand years old. She told him that the coin was what gave her power over death and many other powers as well. “Will I have these powers too, once you turn me,” he asked. She answered that he’d have some of them, but not all of them. He’d be close to the popular versions of vampires out there. And some of the same weaknesses too. “You’ll be much stronger and faster than now, and able to mesmerize people to a certain extent. To make them forget that you were there and forget what happened during small amounts of time. But you’ll also burn and die from exposure to sunlight. And not be able to handle religious items, since you’re renounced God to receive this gift.”
“Are you ready now?” sheasked. “Wait” he said. “Tell me what’s going to happen.” She replied,” I’ll bite you and start drinking your blood. Right before you pass out, I’ll stop,cut my wrist and let you drink some of my blood. Then you’ll wake up three nights later, and your new life begins.”
“I’m ready now,” he said. Holding him she bit into his neck and started drinking that sweet wonderful blood that gave her life. As she ran her hands over his body she felt him become aroused. She kept drinking and the blood that fueled his arousal was needed elsewhere and his whole body went limp. She kept drinking and was able to feel when the fear set in that she hadn’t stopped and that he was going to die. That fear and sense of hopelessness fed her almost as much as his blood did. She didn’t have to kill him. She didn’t have to have all his blood. She killed him because she could, and the feeling it gave her when he realized that all was lost, even his soul.
Senomed rubbed the coin in the necklace. It was one of the thirty pieces of silver Judas was paid to betray Christ. Better to rule in hell than serve in heaven.
© 2012 Edward Fellers
I’ve writen poetry and music for years. I also blog about diet, recipies, and other things I find interesting. When it comes to reading, I love horror. I’ve wanted to write stories since I was a child. This is my first attempt at writting fiction.