Golden love ~Vampire~

Golden love is about a girl named, Alice. As soon as she moved to Beverly Hills in LA, things began to change at her new school, Bev prep. Within the first day, her hole world is turned upside down. She began to believe in the one fairytale creature that's been setting fear in lives since before time.



48. Bury

Chapter 45:

Alice's POV:

I could hear Caroline mumble, "a stake through the heart.. That's all it takes," over my cries.

I was so filled with emotion I just didn't know what to do. My mind was searching for a plausible explanation as to why klaus would do this.

My mind only came to one conclusion, he didn't want Cody to tell anymore people about our little charade even if that meant killing him.

The only other person Cody told was Caroline. I wonder why klaus hasn't killed her yet.

Was he going to? Was she in danger??

God the possibilities!

Caroline then spoke from next to me, "we need to bury him.."

I slowly stood to my feet with wobbly knees. I managed to stutter out, "w-what??"

She repeated, "we need to bury him.. Properly."

I nodded. She was right.

We then grabbed a big blanket from inside the house to rap his body with. When we took him down from the tree, I had broken down in more sobs. Caroline had to finish the job. When we finally rapped him up, We took some rope and rapped it all around his cold lifeless body.

In less then 30 minutes we had him in the back of my truck. We needed to find a special place for him. He deserves a proper burial. He deserved so much more then this.

Alice's POV:

We picked a clearing way back in the woods and began to dig. Once we finished, we lightly set him in and buried him up.

As I stood looking down at his grave I felt a part of me rip away. He deserved so much more then this. He deserved to actually be loved by someone with commitment.

I had consumed and over taken his life and he had done the same to mine.

Caroline then asked me, "should we say a few words?"

I shook my head unable to speak. It felt so loud inside my head as all the pressure from the unspoken words became spoken for. I felt slightly weighed down by all the words I should of said but instead I cried and drowned myself in the tears of remorse.

I walked away in silence.

Caroline didn't protest nor did my mind. My brain seemed to be as drained out as my heart.

When I got back to my truck, I sat in the opened end outside of the car. I needed some air and I really didn't feel like sitting next to Caroline as I cried.

A few minutes later she showed up at the car. She stopped momentarily, probably to look at me, then she got in the car without a word and started it, driving away.

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