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He had waited an eternity for this moment. Night after night he had sat outside her window, watching, waiting impatiently for her to go outside. She lived in fear, like everyone else in the world, she never ventured out into the darkness. Tonight he had grown tired of waiting for her, tonight he had laid a trap.

Every night her mother would call her before nine o'clock to check that she was still, all right. But tonight her phone did not ring, he smiled knowing the reason, he was pleased with himself for devising such a cleaver plan. Sick and worried she grabbed her coat and ventured out into the frosty air. She felt sick inside, not knowing weather or not her mother was ok. Darting in and out of the dark streets, she moved quickly, desperately trying to look confident, she knew that they preyed on the weak. But her fear was still showing. He could see it on her face, he could smell it all over her like a cheap perfume. Ahead the bulb of the streetlight blew, now was his chance. Calmly he walked up to her.

"Excuse me Miss, do you have the time." He smiled and bowed gentlemanly.

She stopped in her tracks and gazed down at her watch. "Its nine forty." She replied, but she dared not look up.

"Thankyou." He said and walked up close to her body. "Is everything ok Miss?" He asked innocently. She was sick with fear.

"I'm fine thankyou," She lied, "but I must leave now." She tried to walk away, but his icy hands wrapped tightly around her waist.

"Why in such a hurry?" He smiled. She could see each icy word that he whispered.

"Please, let me go." She begged and tried to pry his frozen grip off her.

"Your shaking," He whispered deviously in her ear, "You must be cold. Come with me beneath the surface and I will stop that."

"Please" She sobbed. "Let..."

But he cut her off, "I have a present for you." He said, taking one hand off her waist and dipping it into his coat pocket. "It is beautiful," He said, "it made me think of you." It was a locket, small with a silver crystal inset. She had seen it before. It was the same one that her mother had worn. "An old lady gave it to me. It was a waste, such a beautiful thing on such and old woman."

"You," She sobbed grabbing the locket. It still smelled like her mother, she reached behind her and scratched his face. "Help" She screamed and tried to break free.

"Hush girl, I'm not going to hurt you." He said. "You are far too beautiful for that fate. I want to show you my world."

She screamed again.

"Now now," he said. "We can't have you doing that." He put his hand over her mouth and smiled. "I knew that you weren't going to come easy," He smiled. "I was hoping that you weren't." He pulled back the collar on her coat and kissed her neck gently. But it was more then a kiss. Scarlet blood ran down her neck and splashed onto the street. Growing weaker, she stopped struggling and sank deeper into his arms "Shh," he said softly, "It's going to be ok. I will show things that you never would have dreamed of."

Out of the darkness a man with appeared, his white hair glistening in the moonlight. "Andrew, you idiot. You know we are forbidden from doing that above the surface!"

"Stay out of this, I've been hunting her for months and I wasn't just about to let her go because some royal forbid us too. I'm not going to live my life by some old book, are you Diamond?" Andrew said, the girl hanging limply in his icy grip.

"Don't you even start with me," Diamonds eyes blazed red. "Take her below and I will deal with you there."

"Come on then, you heard the man." Andrew said to the girl, still barely alive. "We will finish this below." She dropped the locket she clutched in her hands and it splashed into a pool of her blood.

Suddenly, the locket started shaking like it was about to explode. A blinding flash from up above opened up a hole in the sky. The icy night air swirled around them, electrifying the air. Down from the sky fell a girl, blonde, about nineteen.

"What the?" Andrew said gazing at the blonde haired girl.

The tear in the sky repaired, cautiously, Diamond walked up to the girl. "I think she's unconscious." He said. "Go back down below Andrew, I'll get her to a hospital." Diamond searched through her pockets trying to find her purse. He pulled out her I.D. "Hello Serena," He said.