A/N: I know it has been a while since I updated this story but I kind of forgot about it so now I'm finishing it up with one or two chapters.
Meanwhile on the edge of the forest, something was happening. A large translucent sphere floated inches above the ground and a figure emerged from it slowly. They landed in a crumpled pile on the floor before they slowly righted herself. She removed her hood and dropped her cloak to unfold her black and pink wings. Her wings were an odd contrast against her pale skin but she didn't care. She was summoned and had to find her caller. She had a feeling that is was Jasper who called seeing as her name echoed through the woods around her.
Yes, her name happened to be Kajolica and she was one of the last remaining faeries in the Earthly realm.
She flapped her wings and slowly began to fly in the direction of the call. She moved at her own pace but to any passing humans she would be noting but a faint whisper. Soon she could see the outline of a white mansion and she flew closer to the ground and started to walk towards the building. She entered the house without request and made her way up the stairs without a sound and knocked on the second door to the left.
I lay back on my bed and waited until she made her way to the mansion. The writing on the wall was assuring when it appeared but now it was a bit creepy. I waited and waited, and eventually I heard the door open and shut with a thud. Followed by an almost silent echo of footsteps heading up the stairs. I waited until I heard a knock before I rose from my bed to answer it and I opened the door to see an odd female standing there. It took a moment before I recognised her but I eventually remembered and I let Kajolica in. She carefully stepped into the room and flapped her wings a few times before she gracefully sat on the edge of my bed.
"You called me" Kajolicae asked. I nodded unsure of a positive response.
"I suppose this is important since you know I don't like coming to his house."
"It is important cuz, well I found him torn and separate on the floor, covered in this black goo" I said and she nodded.
Maybe she knows what happened.\
"Could you show me where he is" She asked again and I nodded, leading her out of the room and into Carlisle's study.
"Interesting" Kajolica muttered as she poked at his body. I was surprised to see him chained in an upright position when he was in a gooey mess
Suddenly his eyes shot open, he looked directly at Kajolica and did the vampire equivalent of fainting. The bonds holding him up. I steeped back and leaned on the wall near the door
"Awe come on! Wakey wakey sleepy head" She nudged him and his eyes fluttered- I still don't know how he manages to act so human in his own house. Carlisle groaned and almost 'fainted' again, she smacked him gently and his eyes stayed open. Again he looked at Kajolica and I noticed that more of that weird goo traveled down the chains to hold his eyes open and stop him from 'fainting.'
"I'm glad you're here and I thought the fae council didn't care about stupid vampires."She sighed before talking again.
"I guess you really screwed up, but don't worry, this won't hurt much" She uttered quietly. She pressed a light kiss to his cheek as the chains tightened. Carlisle let out an inhuman scream. I moved to either leave or help but I noticed that I couldn't move at all.
This was definitely not going as planned.
She clapped her hands and a green flame appeared in each, they glowedfor asecond before the flames came into contact with his body.
He screamed and twitched a bit but seemed fine overall.
" I bet you thought you could get away from us"
As she spoke the chains lifted him off the ground and the goo appeared to be flammable. He was quickly covered in flamed but he couldn't make a sound.
"One vampire cannot try to wipe a supernatural species without there being any consequences. Silly vampire, I'd make this longer but I'm bored now" She told the burning body and passed silently.
"goodbye Jasper Whitlock, and good luck"
I watched her pass and slowly the goo holding Carlisle down began to dissolve but all that was left was a dark pile of ashes.
Oh well, I guess it could've been worse.
Sadly there was no chance that Carlisle Cullen would ever recover from this.
What am I going to tell Esme and where is Alice when you need her skill.
Aw, screw it. They'll find out when they do. I swept up his ashes into a jar and went back to my room like the past hour didn't happen.