Rae sat back amazed at the wonderful job the two ladies had done on her hair and make-up. She started giving thanks for everybody and everything she had in her life. She would walk down that aisle with a smile on her face and love in her heart, and thankful for what she had. Will might not be able to be with her, but at least she was alive and well.
“It’s time; River and Shadow are both waiting for you.” Rae regarded her mother and grandma standing in her doorway. The make-up lady walked over to the dress and announced. “Okay let us slip you into this amazing wedding dress and see you married.”
Rae stood at the end of the aisle it was a long one they had requested everyone’s presents. She could see River standing on her left, and Shadow on her right. The entire place was full of black and blood red roses. The perimeter was covered in purple cabbage. One night while walking the grounds River had confessed to her the story of Saint Valentine death, and how after he was buried purple cabbage had sprouted out of the ground around his grave. It was now believed that as long as there is purple cabbage he can never come back to haunt them.
Rae took a deep breath and allowed her beautiful wings to open up fully to show off their beauty, and as she did, she heard a gasp over the crowd. She knew she was elegant in red with her blond hair and deep red streaks. It correspondingly made her true green eyes shine. The overabundance of joy caused her Vampire mask and wings to start to glow black and blood red matching her heart’s de...
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... wolf running with a pack of wolves giving chase. She recognized Dusky as the leader of the pack giving chase, and immediately knew the black wolf was Eli, the one that kidnapped Cyprus. Rae hurried to the ladder to climb down. Rae ran around the building in time to watch the black wolf jump into the front window of Will’s bar, and the pack followed. The growls and howling of the wolves became extremely loud; Rae stopped and covered her ears. As the howling stopped, she ran across the street and straight into the bar not caring if anyone saw her.
Rae stood in complete shock at the scene before her. There was blood and fur all over the place. She spotted Will’s legs sticking out from behind the bar covered in blood. Rae ran over to her and began to scream. Shadow was at her side in a split second. “Rae, what are you doing? You understand the dangers of being spotted.”
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