Moonlight Dance

This story is practically a clash of two tales (The twilight saga and the hunger games trilogy) but with different characters and a bent storyline.
This story is about Sarah and Collin. Sarah is a human that loves playing hockey and music on her double bass in her school Rosedale Hights School of the Arts. When Collin moves to her city (Toronto) as a vampire who found Sarah as a grade 6 a little while before and knew she was his mate from the start so he enrolled in RHSA to get to know Sarah. Join them in this love story see if their love will last through all the action filled events that happens.

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6. Chapter 5: The Nightly Visitor 

 

  “Ummm.. That's a long story...”    “Sarah, I'm home!” Called my mom.   “Don't leave, I got permission for you to be here.”   “I won't. I'll get something ready for our project, so it doesn't look like we were fooling around.”    "Ok." I thought loudly.   I ran down the stairs but stumbled on the last step. My mom caught me and steadied me though.   “Be careful! You'll break something and not be able to play hockey.”   “I'll try. Hey how come you're home so early?”   “The client that booked me up until six, but had a relative come over halfway through our meeting and she asked to reschedule this for sometime this week. I tried to call a half an hour ago but you didn't answer why not?”   “We had music playing but the CD just stopped, I should go put more music on, to be a good host.”    “Ok, do you want any snacks? You must be starving.”    “Sure.”    I go back upstairs and just before I reach my door I hear music playing that I never heard before. I open my door and he's in the exact same spot a I left him but there's chemistry papers all over the floor and a ipod other than mine in my stereo.    “Hope you're still hungry.” I said.   “I know your mom is bringing up some chips and dip, not that healthy for an elite hockey player.”    “How did you... Oh right mind reading.”   “Well that's how I know about the chips but I did hear you to speak.”   “How?”   “Vampires have the best hearing out of animals and humans. But I'm not to sure whose hearing is best of the mystical creatures as you call them.”   “Cool...” I said. “You know, before I ran downstairs, I asked you a question, how did you know witch window was mine?”   “Well you always leave your window open in the summer and remember what I said in the restaurant about how I sensed you around the neighborhood when you were ten, ever since I saw you in your dress outside your home I kind of kept an eye on you to make sure you were ok. And when you were fourteen I started to sneak in your room to watch you sleep. Sometimes in the winter I would open your window myself and come in. It's amusing to watch you sleep, most nights you toss and turn, a couple times I hear you talk in your sleep, and sometimes you don't move a muscle. That's how I know what window is yours.”   “I thought vampires need permission to enter people's houses.”   “They do, I kind of made you say it in your sleep, using my mind control.”   “At least your a vegetarian and wouldn't hurt me, and not some normal vamp who wants to drink me dry.” He cringed at my thought. “I'm just surprised that you didn't turn me into a vampire while I was asleep.”    “No, I would never do that, I want you to experience the wonders of being human, unlike the rest of us.” He said in a strained voice.   “Like what?”    “Well let's see, finishing high school, going to collage or university, getting married, having kids, have a career, and if you turn into a vampire you can't have kids. Also you wouldn't be able to go to school for a few years so you would drop out and that doesn't look good on collage applications. So that's all of the major things that humans go through, except getting married, vampires can do that.”   “I see what you mean, but I plan to stay at McDonald's the rest of my life.” I said sarcastically.   “Great use of sarcasm, Sarah. But I know you can do better than McDonald's for a job.”   “So, are you staying tonight?”   “Did you want me to?” He asked, in a curious tone.   “Yes, please stay.”   “Pretend like you're working on our project, your mom is coming up.”   "Ok." I thought.    I just sit down and my mom's at the door holding a bowl of chips in one hand and a bowl of dip in the other. “Hi guys, I brought you up some chips, hope you like them.” She said.   “Thanks mom, we're going to go back to work on our project now, ok?”   “Ok, sorry for interrupting.” She said.   She left my room and I heard her walk downstairs.    “Remember the first day we met?” Collin asked.    "How could I forget? It was yesterday."   “I don't know humans sometimes have the shortest memory span, well anyway you know that dream you had that night, I made you have that dream to make it easier on myself.”   “How did you manage that?”   “I went to Willow and asked her what would happen that day to you, and asked Samule to make it dreamer, and then I made you see it in a dream, but I added a part where you talk to Katelyn about it and she laughs, so if I didn't get to see you first you would not tell anyone.”   “No wonder it felt like I had déjà vu the whole day, so you went through all that trouble so you could warn me beforehand, isn't that sweet?”   “It was nothing, but I saw you more in the day than Willow showed me.”   “Wait in my dream I got turned into a vampire but you said you won't do that until I am ready, so why did you show that to me?”   “I showed you that to warn you of the consequences of being a vampire.”   “But still I looked around the same age and I don't see the downside so will you make me a vampire?”    “I want to say no I won't but that depends on what we decide on together.” He said. “You're mind is set on being a vampire, when I am not going any where close to that.”   "You know I'll try to change your mind."   “That's going to be hard vampire's minds are wired so that it's needs are met we only have some control over it. That and the fact that I'm stubborn.” He said. “It's almost ten, I think it's time for me to leave your house.”   “But, you said you'd stay.”   “I am, I meant for your family.”   “Oh, ok.”   We walk downstairs together and both my parents look up.   “I'm going to drive him home, ok?”   “Fine, be back before eleven.” My mom said.   “Ok.”   We walk outside and I get in my car, Collin hesitated.    “What I'm just taking it around the bend, out of site from my parents. So it looks like I took my car then you can flint me to your house. It's so we can have more time together.”   “Ok, what do you want to do til eleven?” Collin asked.    “Maybe we can play with some of the instruments you have at your place.”   “Or we can listen to music and have our very own moonlight dance.”    “That sounds good.”   “When did you get so interested in music?”   “I guess around four or five.”   We get into my car and start driving around the bend.   “When's your birthday?” He asked.    “January twenty-first.” I said. “When's yours?”   “My date of birth is the twentieth of the month December in the year seventeen-ninety-five.” He said in a old British accent.    “We're you in Canada for the war of eighteen-twelve, the most interesting war I heard about?”   “Was I around? I was fighting alongside General Isaac Brock.” He said. “But it's not how the history books say it was.”   “Cool, what happened really, I want to know.”   “I'll tell you later, in your room.”    “Ok, we're around the bend let's fly.”    We get out of the car and he says. “Hop on.” So I do. And we're off again in a blurring speed.  
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