Valerie's stiff, platinum blonde hair just falls over her shoulders. She's wearing a tight, black leather dress that uncomfortably hugs her skin.
Suddenly a man with untidy, slick, black hair and crimson red eyes is standing in front of her. "They haven't changed yet," he said, staring straight into her brown eyes. They are light brown with a tinge of red glowing in them.
"I know master, but they are starting to," Valerie says, defensively. She shifts her weight to her right foot, and has her hands clasped together behind her back. She tightens her grip on her hands, and they turn white. "They probably won't fully change color till I'm eighteen. Children are not supposed to chose the light or the dark till they come of that age,” she completes.
“Yes, I am well aware of that, my sweet,” he said looking down on her. “You keep using that, yet you c...
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