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, wi
Temperance - A Child's Cry Part 5Temperance - A Child's Cry Part 5 by =AshATurner
A FEW DAYS LATER
The hours of the night passed quickly and the first rays of the morning light began to show through the window. The warm light on his face made Loki open his eyes slowly. He had found peace in his sleep, which was not something he could usually find when awake. Sif’s words from the prior night still haunted him. He wondered how much this man Gallan knew of his niece. Not much, it would seem since he had not come for her, and Sif insisted she was the only one that knew Caedra was even related to this man. But Loki could never be careful enough. His bargain with Sif could be easily broken by either person. Even so,
Together Forever (Hiddles x vampire!OC) Chapter 3Together Forever (Hiddles x vampire!OC) Chapter 3 by *Sabi13
Alice happily made her way down the street the next morning. In one hand she held her parasol, and in the other she clutched a letter to her breast; she was terrified she might drop it. She had asked one of her tutors to help her write it, but made him swear not to tell her Master about it. It was for Thomas, for he had asked her to write him the night before. Within the letter was the suggestion of seeing a play that night.
She cut through the park on her way to the inn Thomas was staying at. She loved the park; it was an excellent place for people-watching. As she walked, she spotted something rather interesting on one of the benches; it w