This is about Bonnie McCullough and Damon Salvatore (she is half-human-half-vampire instead of being a witch like in the series). They reside in Fell's Church. Because of Bonnie's blood, Damon decides to enroll in her high school, along with his brother, Stefan. He plans to drink her blood when he has her fooled, but, soon finds himself falling in love. Then, someone unexpected comes for Bonnie to kill her. Damon will do anything to keep her safe.
Disclaimer: I don't own The Vampire Diaries, that belongs to L. J. Smith but I own this plot!
I looked myself in the mirror, thinking why I'm so small. My fiery red curls hung right at my shoulders, getting curlier at the tip. Even if I was half vampire, I didn't feel like it. Just looking at myself might make vomit. No wonder boys didn't pay attention to me—only to Elena. She was my best friend with blonde hair and blue eyes, the features that appeared to be angelic. And me? I instead looked like a human strawberry so small and delicate. My deep brown eyes didn't stand a chance towards Elena's blue irises. But, somehow, she made me feel special. At some point, I enjoyed not getting attention, because mostly boys thought about sex. Glad I wasn't in the day dreaming.
Sighing at me, I grabbed my book bag and headed to school. Entering my last year in high school was both exciting and depressing. I don't know why but it just felt like it, so powerful, moving onto adulthood, not knowing the unexpected. I had promised Elena and Meredith, my other best friend, I would have a boyfriend they both accepted by the end of the year. Ugh, the thought of that in my head to find a guy I really like, then ask permission from then seemed horrible. Why did I ever make that promise?
Elena's honking from outside alerted me from my absurd thoughts. Closing the door behind me, Meredith sat in the passenger seat and Elena was smiling, waving at me girlish. I slightly smiled without waving back. The trip to school was silent; totally different from what I expected. Looking at their outfits, all glamorous and girlie, my eyes rolled to mines and there weren't any similarities. I had a blue shirt with sleeves and jeans. On the other hand, Elena wore a skirt reaching her knees and sleeveless sparkly shirt; her hair was more curled then usual. Not wanting to switch to Meredith, I looked down at my hands and sighed. Elena had gotten a boyfriend a week before school ended. His name is Stefan Salvatore. Me, Elena, Meredith, Matt and my parents know he is a vampire, just like his older sleekly and dangerous Damon. None of us trusted him, and yet, he would stare at me, never blinking.
I have told all of them that I was half-human-half-vampire and they were fine, partly 'cause I don't drink blood, but eat human food. My parents and I have learned to live off human blood and eat food. For eighteen years, I've lived through this, and the smell of blood doesn't affect me anymore. My throat does burn a bit but it rapidly disappears.
I took my seat belt as Elena parked in a free space. The school ground was covered in students, some freshmens sitting in the patio, their noses in the books. That is when I saw the Ferrari, knowing Stefan was here. Upon seeing him, Elena locked all doors and ran to him across the lot, jumping into Stefan's open arms. I walked with Meredith until Matt Honeycutt came and took Meredith from me, to talk about something. Now walking by myself, I saw Damon come out of the Ferrari, heading towards me. I wonder why he was here; he didn't go to school, did he?
Wanting to ignore him, I pretended I didn't see him and walked past him. I felt a grip on my arm, turning me around to see it was Damon. I could feel myself dragging into his pitch black irises, reminding me of midnight. Along with his untidy black hair, some hanging close to his eyes, I didn't want to believe I might have a crush on him. But, then again, I didn't know anything when it came to love.
"What, Damon?" I said, trying to sound sweet.
"Didn't you see me, little bird? I may be a vampire but certainly not invisible,"
"Well, I need your help. I…. enrolled here thanks to Saint Stefan and I have no idea where to go."
"Did you go to the front office, Damon?" I asked impatiently.
He seemed confused. "You have to do that?"
I groaned at how stupid he was. "Yes, Damon. They'll give you your schedule for the year,"
"Schedule?" he moaned angrily. "How knew high school was an idiotic choice?"
I sighed. I couldn't take this. He's lucky he is a vampire or else I would have slapped him silly.
"That's not nice to think, Bonnie," he smirked, eyeing my all funny.
Right. He could read minds. I could too, but they were a blur most times.
Ignoring him with all my might, I walked past his side, walking faster this time. But he caught me by the arm again, lightly this time.
"Wait. Where is this front office?"
I gaped at him. Using my index finger, I pointed behind him, where a large sign said FRONT OFFICE. He turned his torso and saw it, apparently not happy that he found it. Shrugging, he left me, mumbling madly at Stefan. Rolling my eyes, I went into the building and found my locker. Putting everything I didn't need for my following class, I grabbed a book and pencil, sighing as I closed the locker. Suddenly, Damon's face came into my vision. He was leaning against other lockers, smirking at me. I gasped, dropping my book. For a fast second, I stared deep into his black eyes, then came back to reality and crouched down to get my book. Damon beat me to it, already having the book in his hand before I realized it wasn't on the floor. Not smiling, I snatched the book and hurriedly ran to my class. It wasn't until Damon followed me.
"What are you doing?" I demanded.
"Going to class," he said innocently.
"With me?" I nearly shrieked.
Her red curls trembled, along with her expression of me being in a class full of tasty students with her. It made me laugh, but I kept it in. My eyes focused on her neck, where a single blue vein shouted at me, making me hungry. A half-vampire blood was irresistible and Bonnie was going to be my next victim. I could see it now, holding her useless body, her neck just millimeters from my fangs, focused in her deep chocolate brown irises…
"Uh yeah. This dangly thing called a schedule says so," I said, raising the sheet of paper with two fingers.
She huffed and marched inside the class. I smiled, seeing her little body react and get mad. Bonnie… Was different. She was delicate and sweet and…. Whoa! Damon, what are you thinking? Bonnie's only a human… Part vampire, too but what does that matter? You're only here to seduce her and finally drink her blood. That's the plan all along.
The rest of the day, I was with Bonnie. The lunch sucked so I took a quick trip to the woods and got a jogger. Returning, Bonnie and Elena gave me disgusting looks; Stefan just shook his head. Like I cared. All of us have different ways to live. This is mine. Is it hard to understand? I'm a vampire, made to drink human blood. Unlike Stefan, I showed no mercy toward human life. It was a useless.
In math, I sat next to her and she completely ignored me, like I really was invisible to her. Knowing I wasn't, I talked to her when Mr. Vills left the classroom for something unimportant for me. Everyone sighed in relief; the class-room got noisy.
"Bonnie," I whispered her name.
"What?" she snapped.
"Why are you being mean?"
She scoffed and looked at the window.
"Because you're evil, bad, horrible,"
But also good-looking, she thought. Still, he doesn't deserve niceness. Ugh! Damon, why do you have to be so... handsome?
So she did think I was good-looking. Somehow, I thought I had the same feel-ings for her, but they disappeared quickly.
"Do you hate me?" I demanded. I wanted to know if she did.
"I don't hate you, Damon; just don't like you around me."
I felt like I was stabbed in my chest with a stake. And it hurt.
Going to my locker, a note fell. I picked it up and opened it to see Elena's nice hand writing:
I had to leave early so I can't drive you home; sorry. I don't know about Meredith 'cause she's going to Matt's for a project. Ask Damon to drive you. Call me when you get home. Love you!
Great. Now I had to ask the prince of darkness to drive me home. For a brief moment, I thought about asking Stefan instead. Asking Stefan was something completely different from Damon. I trusted Stefan, not Damon. But, for Elena's sake, I closed my locker and headed outside. Leaning against his Ferrari stood Damon, a little smirk appearing when he saw me. I sighed in pure disparagement and walked forward. I will regret this, I thought.
"Can you drive me home? Elena told me to ask you," I said flatly.
He shrugged. "Sure."
I tried not to roll my eyes when he opened the car door for me. In a fast second, he was sitting next to me. He droved really fast, way over the speed limits but somehow, the police never caught us.
For some weird reason, he knew where I lived. I was about to ask him how he knew but I quickly closed my mouth when he started to talk.
"Bonnie, can I come in?" he asked gently.
I gaped at him. Well… my parents weren't in and it wouldn't hurt to have him in my room, only for awhile.
"Um, sure." I whispered, opening the car door. Instead of walking to the door, I ran to the left side of my two-story house and threw my book bag through the big opened window. Damon looked at him mysteriously, like I was some moron.
"You go up to your room like this?" he said, pointing upstairs.
I nodded. Making sure no one was around the block; I took two steps back and leaped at the tree in front of me. Continuing to walk up the tree, I saw my window and jumped towards it, making it al the way to my bed. I heard Damon swear in glee and did the same thing I did. After all, I am half vampire so why not do some not-human-at-all-kind-of-stuff? Kicking my bag pack to my desk, I sat on my bed, examining Damon as he did to me.
"So, what do you want to do?" I said.
Shrugging, he said, "What's it like to be half vampire?"
It took awhile to answer this question correctly. "Well, I'm not as strong as a full vampire but stronger than a human. Umm, I have a different diet than you have—I have never tasted human blood."
"Ever?" he gasped.
I shook my head. "Only mines, but it's not good. Whenever someone gets a cut, my vampire senses come and my throat slightly burns but I usually ignore it."
"Can you run fast?"
I nodded. "Yeah, but not like you but faster than a human."
"Stefan told me your kind can read minds but it's mostly a blur,"
"Mhmm. Full vampires can but we barely can. I don't even know why we have the ability," It's a waste to have it, not really knowing what a person was thinking.
"Can you read my mind right now?" he asked softly.
"I can try,"
Closing my eyes, I tried to demolish the wall he built around his mind. With my every power, I unleashed a big push and it cracked, allowing some of what he was thinking traveling to me.
She seemed very fragile for a girl who was half of me but pretty too…
The cracked wall began to conceal everything inside there. I tried to battle it, wanting to keep it open but Damon shut his mind closed, reminding me to snap my eyes open, seeing him smirk. My stomach did a back flip—not knowing why.
"Do you have any other abilities?" he said, changing the subject.
"I know you can control weather; we can't. We have our own abilities. I can move objects with my mind and create illusions mentally. They're the opposite of my parents' talents."
"What can they do?"
"My mom met my dad when they were in high school. My dad was a vampire and my mom human when I got conceived. Shortly after I was born, my dad bit my mom and so she became a vampire. Somehow, I got the abilities as my mom could stop moving objects when I tried to move them. Creating illusions probably came from my dad; he said he liked to do that when he was human and around my mom."
"Nice to know," he said, staring at me with his midnight eyes.
My throat burned in agony. Her sweet blood made my vampire senses go haywire and I know she didn't want that to happen but her blood…. It smells so delicious. Her light heart shaped face stared at mines in wonder. My fangs began to come out. Not yet, I thought to myself. I had to strike at the right time. Her fiery red curls looked so beautiful along with her chocolate brown eyes. I could see anything in them, my past, present and probably future. Wait, Salvatore. This isn't the plan. Just seduce her, compel her to me, tilt her neck perfectly…. In all of a sudden, I found myself on top of her, clutching her neck, my hand around her mouth to stop her from screaming, my fangs millimeters away from her luscious neck. My hunger got the best of me.
Alrighty then! This is my first posting so tell me if I made any errors which I'm positive you will find and if you'd like for me to continue please say so 'cause I already wrote two more chapters. Thanks!