Checking for MonstersChecking for Monsters by NightmarishPrincess
A barely audible 'mmmgh' was her only response.
A small finger in the nose roused Kasey from unconsciousness. She let out a quiet giggle at his sudden start, his eyes still closed he muttered a breathy, "Yes, Sahara."
"I uh," Sahara whispered uncertainly in the dark. "I dream bad things. Bad monster things." He felt her little weight at the edge of the bed, could hear her twisting her fingers in the sheets even with his eyes closed. He really didnt want to get up, not just yet. His eyelids were so heavy and sleep came so lightly these days.
"Wake up your mother." it came out harsher than intended, with his face pressed against the pillow.
He could hear her little footsteps on the hardwood as she leaned over to glance at her mother on the other side of him. "But Mommy's not as nice as you at night."
The corner of his mouth perked up at that, but just as quickly could feel himself fading back into the alluring comfort of sleep. Just before it could ta
Luke/OC The Walking Dead Game Fanfiction Chapter 5Let's just dive right in, shall we?
I started up the bike and sped down the road; leaving Luke behind. I mentally slapped myself for not bringing my helmet; I really hope that I don’t get pulled over by the police. I was so built up with thoughts that I almost missed the turning and I jerked my motorbike just in time. I let out a shaky breath and wiped my forehead with the back of my right hand briefly before returning it. I took the county lanes so there would hardly be any cars and sped as quickly as possible without losing control. I felt somewhat guilty for storming off like that. When and if Uncle Pete found me I would most likely be given a lecture for riding a bike in my state, especially without a helmet. Hell, I’ll be lucky if I ever hear the end of it. I shook my head to clear it of thoughts but soon realized my mistake. I wasn’t watching where I was going and ran into someone. I screamed as I was chucked of the bike and they gave a h