Whyyyyy...hello there:) All right stop collaborate and listen, Ice is back with my brand new invention!
Sorry that was random!

Well you've waited.
You've anticipated.
You're banged your head against the wall in impatience.

AND HERE IT IS! The sequel to Promise Me This...BROKEN PROMISES!

Won't give you much of an intro but here's the songs I used to inspire oneself:)

Hang You From the Heavens-The Dead Weather
It will Rain-Bruno Mars


Chapter 1-Two Months Later

The bar was packed, filled with people getting wasted. Well what else did you except from a bar about a ten minute walk away from a college campus. People from everywhere were either getting together, getting rejected, getting lucky or just plain getting drunk.

But there was one girl in the bar that caught all the men's attention. Long brown hair and a black LBD, she looked sexy as ever. Just like she did every night she came in the bar.

She was surrounded by a group of men as she spoke to them all, all of them laughing and smiling and eyeing her up and down. She winked at one of the men and listened as his hear skipped a beat. She laughed. The man leaned in and shouted over the crowd.

"So tell me miss, how come every night we come in here you never tell us your name?" he questioned.

She smiled at her audience then looked at the man. "Honey, I can't even remember my name!" she exclaimed, the men laughed and she smiled. Although it was true. She didn't remember her name. She didn't remember anything. All that had happened was she had woken up in a cemetery in the middle of the dark, hungry and craving blood.

She leaned in and whispered to the man. "Do you wanna get out of here?" she seductively suggested.

The man nodded and took her hand, with him following her out of the crowd. Once they were outside the man attacked her lips with his own. She kissed him back before smiling against his lips and pulling away.

"You don't waste your time do you?" she giggled.

"No, mam," the man shook his head.

"Good," her eyes turned red and her incisors grew. "Cause neither do I." And with that she struck at his neck.


Elspeth walked into the house at around eleven at night. She'd been out with Alaric discussing how everyone was. How Jeremy was. How Bonnie was. How Tyler was. How Damon was...

But she answered her own thoughts the moment she walked through the door. Beer bottles lay scattered around the floor, along with four sorority girls. And on the couch lay a passed out Damon. Elspeth sighed and picked up an empty beer bottle. Biting her hand she let the blood ooze into the bottle. She gently kicked the girl at her feet, waking her. The girl's eyes fluttered open and Elspeth crouched down to her height.

"What happened?" the girl said dryly.

"Here, drink this, it will help," Elspeth handed her the bottle and she drank obediently, before coughing.

"What the hell was that?" the girl exclaimed.

Elspeth rolled her eyes and looked her in the eyes. "You'll forget this place, you'll forget what happened. You're gonna go home, go to bed, wake up and then you're gonna think you went out drinking and blanked out."

The girl got up and left robotically. Elspeth repeated the process with the other three before sighing and picking up the beer bottles off the floor and off the table. She crouched down to Damon's level and looked at him. With her free hand she pushed a loose strand of hair out of his closed eyes.

"This can't be us," she whispered. But she knew it was already. For most of the summer she'd been coming home to this. She tried not to think about it. Damon had been mourning, he needed to get it out of his system. But that didn't stop her heart broken when she thought about what he had done with those girls. The girls that would have done anything he wanted. The girls that weren't her.

He claimed to have never slept with them and she believed him, but she knew sooner or later he would. She knew he would break her heart again. So why did she stay? Because she loved him of course. And because she believed that they would make it through this.


"Better, but still not good. You just need to relax more, try and rely on your instincts," Elijah instructed. Olivia nodded, taking in the message and instruction. She was beginning to lose her focus, she was getting tired. They'd been at this for three and a half hours now, she was surprised Elijah hadn't gotten bored of her already. All they'd done all summer was train and fight and help her control her thirst.

Elijah had her on blood bags but it still made her angry that he was allowed to bring a girl home every third night or so. Elijah had managed to get her a daylight ring but she was still afraid of the sun. She was afraid to go near people in case she hurt them. Elijah had explained to her that she was holding onto her humanity, something rarely any vampires do when they first turn. She didn't want to get rid of the part that was human. She didn't want to be the person that she was. She wanted to go back to normal.

But if she were perfectly honest, she didn't mind this life too much. Elijah was a surprisingly good mentor and even more surprisingly a good friend.

Just before she could lunge herself at Elijah again there was a knock in the door way. Olivia and Elijah whipped their heads around and sure enough there stood Klaus. His grey eyes were darker than they could remember, his hair was whiter and longer, he had more stubble than usual and he looked tired. Olivia felt kinda sorry for him, he had lost the woman he loved all because of him. And judging by the amount of 'animal attacks' that had been taking place in different parts around the area she could tell he wasn't taking it well.

He stood there with a smirk on his face. "Please do continue, I would very much enjoy watching the child fall on her arse one more time and you tell her that she's doing well when clearly she's failing miserably and would be good as dead."

That was the reason Olivia couldn't feel completely sorry for Klaus. He was an asshole.

"I'll be upstairs," Olivia excused herself and ran away.

Elijah shook his head at his brother and sat down in an arm chair. Klaus copied him in the chair opposite him.

"She doesn't like me very much," Klaus stated as he sat down.

Elijah sighed. "Well what do you expect? You've been a dick to her, you got drunk one night and tried to kill her and you're the reason her best friend's sister is dead."

"Your words wound me brother," Klaus said sarcastically. "Someone has to be straight with her though."

"She's just been changed into a vampire. She's going to tortured by constant hunger for human blood. Not only that but her sister's just died, her parents pretty much just tossed her aside. I can't afford to be cruel to her," Elijah paused. "And besides she's actually quite good."

"Since when do you care about the well being of a newly turned vampire?" Klaus asked.

"Not important," Elijah glared. "Now tell me, why did you come back? Last I heard you were in Texas."

"Came to see how Elspeth was. And I'll admit, I thought it would be fun to watch you become a teacher," Klaus smiled.

Elijah shrugged. "I would've thought that you wouldn't want to come back here. I mean it is El-"

"Don't say that name," Klaus snapped and hissed at him.

Elijah raised his eyebrows. "You still care for her don't you?"

Klaus rolled her eyes. "Of course I don't. She was a worthless, pathetic, human who only existed for me to live. She means nothing."

Elijah chuckled. "That's a lie brother and you know it."

Klaus got up and glared at Elijah. "I'll be leaving you now, Elijah. Until next time," and with that Klaus disappeared out the door. Elijah sighed and shook his head. Always like his brother. Always running away from his fears and sadness.


The girl had hardly started feeding off the man when she was interrupted.

"Cassandra!" a voice hissed. The girl rolled her eyes and dropped the man to the ground, retracting her fangs.

She turned around and saw a man with emerald green eyes and raven black hair. He raised an eyebrow at her as if to scold her.

The girl threw her hands ups in the air. "Oh come on! I was hungry! I couldn't help it!"

The man looked at the unconscious guy on the ground and tutted. "Well might as well finish him off. But Cassandra you can't just keep going around killing people."

"And you need to stop calling me Cassandra! It's not my real name," the girl hissed back at him before descending on the guy on the ground again, feeding off of him.

The man sighed. "How many times do I have to tell you? You and I were lovers. Scratch that, are lovers. I thought you were dead but it seems to me that you actually turned into a vampire, listen to me," he kneeled down at her height and as she finished she looked up at him. "You and I. We love each other. And now we get to be together forever."

The girl furrowed her brows. "I do apologise if that's the case but I don't remember you. Therefore I do not care for you," the girl got up and began to walk away. However the man grabbed her. She tried to pull away but it was impossible to break from his iron grasp.

"I was hoping I wouldn't have to do this," the man hissed. He pulled out a syringe and stabbed her in the leg. She gasped in pain as the vervain burned through her body.

"Who are you?" she whispered, feeling herself fading.

The man smiled darkly. "My name is Darius. And you're going to help me destroy my brother."

"Why? Why me?" she gasped.

He chuckled. "Silly girl. Because my brother loves you."

And that was the last thing she heard before she blanked out. Her mind only focusing on the haunting grey eyes that clouded her mind over the past two months.

For any of you who can't remember, Darius made a small appearance in Promise Me This, he hit on Elspeth but with Elijah's help she shot him down. I like to see him as the Gregory of this story. He's a creep. (For those of you who are wondering, Gregory WILL be in this story. A slightly changed man.) Also, I plan on bringing Rebekah into this story, but don't expect her to be in this story too much.

So how did you like this story so far? Should I continue, or should I just stick to the original?

How was everyone's halloween? What did everybody do? I for one had a couple of friends round to watch Insidious:)

Let me know in the reviews:) Thank you guys for reading:)