Whoo-hooo chapter 1! Enjoy as always.
They say that you can't tell when your heart breaks, others say you can. But in all honesty both of them are wrong. When your heart breaks it isn't fast and sudden, it's slow and it takes something away from you. You lose part of yourself, and try as you might, you have no idea what it is or where it is that you're looking for. That's how Mary-Lynette felt as she boarded a plane that would take her to a Safe house that no one would tell her specifically where was. All they told her was that the wild powers where there and it would be the safest place for her and Cassandra, her blind, six year old friend with fiery red hair and deep brown eyes. As they waved goodbye to the friends they had known for a short time, it was just another piece of Mary-Lynette's tattered heart that was being taken away.
She leaned her head against the planes window and stared absently at the clouds under them. How funny it was to fly over clouds like this and watch them from this height. The thought tried to consume her mind and give it purpose of thinking but failed miserably.
Finally the plane landed and Mary-Lynette and Cassandra left the plane and looked around. The people around her where wearing shorts and tee shirts like in Vegas, so they couldn't have gone far, especially because it was about a two hour flight. Still looking around Mary-Lynette couldn't really tell where they were supposed to go. This airport was even busier then the Las Vegas one and was twice as big. This was going to be a challenge.
"Where are we supposed to go?" Cassandra asked as Mary-Lynette picked up their luggage.
"I'm not sure…" Mary-Lynette replied picking up her suit case and Cassandra's. "Hold onto my shirt so you don't get lost okay?"
Cassandra nodded and they kept walking through the airport over and over, passing the same food stands, people trying to sell odd products and luggage carts. Finally as they went through for the third time, someone grabbed Mary-Lynette's pants leg and made her turn. It was a little girl, about a few years older then Cassandra though, with light blonde hair and amethyst eyes. She had her hands crossed of her chest and her eyes seemed to hold more then the average ten year old. She looked at the two girls up and down then smiled mischievously. "You Mary-Lynette and Cassandra?" she asked with a bit of a snarky attitude.
Mary-Lynette looked down at the girl and nodded slowly putting down the luggage and pulling Cassandra closer. "Are you lost?" Mary-Lynette asked softly. "And how do you know us?"
Instead of answering the little girl grinned wider and grabbed both suitcases from Mary-Lynette's feet and ran away into the crowd.
"Hey!" Mary-Lynette yelled grabbing Cassandra's hand and running after the little blonde headed girl. Stop! Give us our stuff back!"
The girl didn't turn around but instead kept running and dashed out of a back exit of the airport, with Mary-Lynette and Cassandra at her heels. Mary-Lynette pulled the door wide open after it shut behind the girl and ran outside ready to take their stuff back. But the moment they stepped outside and the door shut behind them, they froze. Standing there leaning against a shiny black motorcycle was the little girl with amethyst colored eyes and two other vampires and their motorcycles. One of them, a girl with shorter black hair in the back but longer in the front so it covered one of her eyes but left the other midnight blue one free gleamed with respect. "You did good Thistle." She congratulated. Maybe you did have to steal their stuff to get their attention.
The little blonde girl smiled. "Told you so." She smiled wickedly. "So now we take them back, right?"
"That's what she said." The only boy in their trio said with a shrug, his deep russet hair head shaking and his gray flecked eyes watching the two girls carefully.
"What ever you say, Val." The dark haired girl said throwing one leg over her bike and turning behind her. "Throw the suitcases in the side cart and well get a move on."
Mary-Lynette stared at the three of them with wide eyes and took a step back landing into a wall.
"Come on." Thistle whined jumping into the black haired girl's cart. "We won't bite."
"Speak for yourself." Val said with a grin picking up the two suitcases and putting them in the cart with Thistle, before turning back to the girls. "I'm Val." He said with a shrug.
"The little ticking time bomb over there, that's Thistle. And she's Raven." The small girl waved and so did the black haired girl. "Now come on, the little one can sit in my side cart, and you can sit behind me."
Before Mary-Lynette could protest there was a loud clamor and something fell over making everybody turn. Standing there with a pointed knife and an angry expression was a bald man with a grimace. Before anyone could move another four or five appeared next to him then more on the other side.
Mary-Lynette stepped back but a man grabbed her and put a knife to her neck. Leaving her helpless.
And chapter 1 is over! Sorry again I start school day after tomorrow and I'm so not excited about it…wish me luck? And review!