A/N1: My first Buffy story. I hope you like it please review whether you hate it or love it.
Summary: Buffy is a vampire. She is now of age to be married off. This is Buffy/Angelus.
A/N 2: I got this idea a while ago and then I had read a story here on and it kinda had the same kind of storyline idea. However, it was never finished and I couldn't find it again, so if it was yours I am not trying to steal your story.
Disclaimer: I don't own any of the characters you recognize…if I did, Angelus would not be anywhere, but with me. XD
Buffy was turned by a man named Giles for his wife. He had found her coming home late on night from the library, where she had been studying for a history test she was going to fail anyway. Giles' wife Jenny had been telling him how much she wished for a child. Giles had agreed to find his wife a child to take care of. He had just rounded the corner of an alley after killing his last meal. She smiled at him slightly and then he knew she would be perfect.
He quickly stopped her when he spoke, "Dear, you really should not be out this late by yourself" Buffy had stopped and turned to face the man.
She smiled again and said, "I know, studying took longer than expected," she held up her history book as proof.
"Let me walk you home then. I just couldn't live with myself knowing I left you to walk home knowing something could happen to you" The man offered.
Buffy looked at the man. She knew she shouldn't let a stranger walk her home, but he didn't seem like a creepy old men she had heard about on the news, he reminded her more of a librarian.
"Sure," she said figuring there could be no harm.
Giles had walked her almost all the way home, but as they approached the park. He had quickly grabbed her before she could scream his hand covered her mouth. She had been surprised by the strength of the harmless looking man only for a second before everything went black.
It was now almost 16 years ago that Buffy had woken up in a strange room with an incredible thirst for blood. Her new mother and father had taught and treated her well.