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Alright, last installment, though I might expand this idea in some way in the future, people have proven they're interested...

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Correction, Vampire: The End; Submission

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The wind blew back their hair, his' an unkempt mane and her's, a wild billowing crest.

It was pure heaven. The Run was more than either of them could stand at the moment, it was their obsession, it was their heroine. It freed them, made them laugh in spite of their worry and anger. It was their game, and he was winning.

She jumped from side to side as she ran, like a graceful and yet un-tameable gazelle. He wasn't as secretive, as graceful, he ran like a jaguar, fast, dangerous, sleek, and just as graceful.

It was a game, and he was catching up.

"You won't escape me, kitty-cat." He could hear her growl at the annoying nickname he had pegged her, she didn't break her stride but zig-zagged a little less.

"Angry, Katie-cat?"

She crouched, making herself more aerodynamic, Garrett followed her lead. He wasn't quite sure where they were, he didn't pay much attention to the world around him, all he saw was her anyways. She, on the other hand, knew exactly where she was leading her hapless prey.

She raised her speed and ran into a clearing. He ran in after her, smirking his victory, and crouching lazily. He straightened again and looked around.

"Kate? Katie-cat?" Silence. He smirked again and rolled his eyes, walking majestically into the trees.

"Katie, I can smell you." He said, care-free grin still in place. Kate dropped from the trees and onto his back. He froze and felt warm lips, spiky teeth brushing against his back.

"Game over, Garrett." She whispered huskily into his ear. He suppressed a shiver, not wanting her to know how he felt. How insane she drove him. He placed my arms behind her and flipped her over, holding her in his arms.

She laughed and held on to him, arms around his neck. He smiled to her and she smiled her dazzling smile back. Starting to run he held her bridal style. She scowled after very little and struggled. He stopped right away and she jumped out of his arms.

"Katie--" He started to complain.

"Don't call me that." She growled, grabbing his neck with one perfectly manicured hand.

"Why --it make you tingle?" He whispered, hot breath washing over her face, overloading her senses. She took a step back, and another, turning away. He, silently, startling her, wrapped his arms around her waist.

"What's wrong babe?" Garrett asked softly, trying not to scare the unpredictable woman. She turned in his arms and rested her head on his shoulders. She smelled of leaves and trees, of sweet things and of the ocean.

"I don't know, I'm sorry." She spoke softly into Garrett's shoulder. He stroked her hair, muttering sweet nothings into her ears once more. She drove him even more insane than ever before. One moment she was laughing, the next she was angry and now she was sad.

"It's alright." It wasn't, but he wasn't going to tell her that.

She grabbed his hands and started tugging him along with her, smiling again. He looked at her puzzled and perplexed, shrugging, he went along with it.

"What is it?"

"Let's run."

"Why?"

"I need to be free."

"Alright." She smiled and started to run, Garrett was on her heels. Everybody coped in a different ways, some people cried and watched romantic movies. Others went wild, while others buried their troubles into alcohol. But that was the great thing about being a vampire. Sometimes he pitied humans. They couldn't Run.

Garrett stared at the woman before him, his woman.

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It was a moon-less night, lit only by the flicker of wavering stars. Snow fell in swirls, falling onto their pale white skin. Porcelain face, rose-red lips parted in a smile. Kate's hair swept back, over the snow, a crystalline figure, perfect effigy of beauty.

His arm was around her waist, encircling her, he laced a kiss on her neck. More gentle than his grizzly appearance gave to the imagination. They hadn't been home for a while, lost in the wilderness, she couldn't face it yet. She shivered slightly.

"Cold?" He asked smirking at their own private joke, vampires didn't get cold.

"Hm-mm." She murmured, turning her head to him.

'What's bothering you, Katie?"

"Nothing." She shrugged, not looking him in the face.

"Yeah, my ass." He muttered angrily, flipping her towards him, she barred her teeth angrily. Her eyes suddenly smothered.

"Let's not fight, please." She asked, letting go her anger before it exploded in both their faces.

"No! Let's fight! Get angry! Shock me! Do something!" he yelled, she jerked back slightly, hurt playing across her features. But she wasn't going to let him know he had hurt her, she growled angrily, shoving him back lightly.

"Ooh, I'm scared now." He said, sarcasm dripping from his lips like a weapon. She pushed him off her again, shocking him, he flew back slightly, slamming into a tree.

She stood and he mimicked her.

"Let it out Katie-girl." His voice wasn't harsh anymore, but soft, as if speaking to an enraged animal. And, in a sense, he was. She advanced on him, eyes blazing with hatred he knew wasn't directed at him.

"Aah!" She screamed, the sound shaking the trees. Advancing yet on the man she wasn't still sure how she felt like around. She grabbed him and he yelped, though he tried his best not to.

She shocked him again and again, he gritted his teeth trying not to scream. It hurt. She stepped back, taking a deep, unnecessary breath to regain her composure.

"You shouldn't have --I can't --I'm sorry. But you shouldn't have--!" She turned away with a hand over her mouth, she would have been crying if she could. He saw her move, as if about to run and wrapped both his arms securely about her waist. She struggled to get free.

"Let me go!"

"No." He grunted seemingly calm as he held on to her with all his strength. She struggled some more before going limp in his arms.

"I love you." He whispered to her, though she didn't look at him. She bit her lip and looked back at him, and slowly, very slowly, let her head drop, exposing her neck completely to him; the sign of complete submission in the animal world.

He bent his head and placed a soft, fluttering kiss on her exposed neck. He nibbled, sucked, bit her neck eternally slow, making her whimper, frozen in the position of submission.

He took his lips off her neck and placed two fingers under her chin, turning her towards him. Her eyes were wide, worried. A woman like her didn't give submission to anybody, ever. She was new at this.

"I hold no control over you Katie, it's always about you." He tipped his chin back, keeping his eyes locked on hers until he could no longer. He fought to keep in his surprise when he felt her tongue slide over his neck lightly.

Her hands wound into his hair and pulled his face towards hers, capturing his lips with hers.

Love, submission, often it is wondered whether or not they are the same thing. Surrendering your body, mind and soul completely to another creature. Giving yourself up for hurt, giving another being the power to destroy you from the inside out. Even worse, make you want to destroy yourself. A power that can cause damage in a way you could never dream of. You never go back.

Kate knew that, like her sister. Her own blood, driven insane by a love that died. Was Kate ready for that? For giving one man the power to kill her?

Yes. Yes she was.

Garret had seen much of the world in his years as a wandering nomad. He had seen what love did to vampires, how insane it drove them. He had seen the way the Cullen boy had protected a human woman with his life, until she became a vampire, and he had continued to protect her even then. He had given her everything, and lucky as he was, she had given it back. That didn't happen to everybody, Garret knew.

"I love you, I love you, I love you." It got easier every time, it no longer felt like dead weight in her mouth. It felt freeing, as running had. It felt so right.

"I love you too Katie. I don't know how to live without you." He muttered, running his hands down her body, over her hips, over and over. Pulling her closer, crushing her into his body. She fit exactly in the curve, she fit exactly in his arms, on his lips, her hand in his.

Like two halves of one whole.

"Let's go home." She whispered. He smiled, finally, it was about time...

"Everything's going to be alright." He said into her hair.

"I know," she said into his shoulder; "I know."

Like a shattered life, fit back together.

Like the puzzle with the missing piece finally found.

Like a dam that breaks.

Their senses flooded as they slipped back onto the ground, one on top of the other. Lips incessantly on each other's skin. Clothing being left in shreds on the ground. As their breathing hitched, as they gave way to an emotion they had never felt in all their years. As they let raw emotion and sexual lust take over.

The stars shone down on the bodies of two young lovers.

They just needed to feel loved, and had found themselves in another.

Desperately needing one another. Two lost souls.

They knew they were the luckiest people on Earth.

Correction, Vampires.


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Alright, let me know what you think. I have a terrible writers-block. So, I'm sorry if it doesn't meet your standards, I though it was alright though...

Hope you liked it, thank you for following this three-shot all the way. it wouldn't have happened without you. Thank you for helping me help myself.

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30/09/01