The Hunters Work

A girl is the most fearsome hunter there can be. It just so happens they can also be the cutest to the things that they have to kill. It is part of their, charm. They lure something in and then they kill them without a second thought but this older Hunter is the hardest of them all. But with one thing. She is falling for someone that is undead. Well, she thinks that he is alive. But a closer look at him tells her otherwise. But she is also falling for another Hunter. The rules of a Hunter are very clear, 1 do not fall in love for something that is dead, 2 do not fall in love with another hunter, and 3 kill every vampire and work as hard as you can. Who is she going to choose?


24. Hanna 2 years later

          "Can I please go train now?" She asked Abner for the fifth time that day. It was about time she is allowed to train or start a new base and get things up and running. Abner sighed in defeat while Hanna laughed and hugged him. The last 2 years had been the same Hanna asking and Abner saying no. But now she could finally get back to training. "Would you like to train with me?" Hanna asked him smiling. Abner nodded his head smiling at her eagerness. 

           "Come on then! We have to do warm-ups and then we can start," Hanna said grinning like a devil would grin when you gave him a chance to win your soul. Abner smiled at her and got up from his chair. Hanna was already jumping up and down. Hanna grabbed Abner's hand and pulled him outside so they could train together. Abner went with her willingly. They had become closer these last two years. It was good for him but not good for everyone else that he had come to love in his long life. He was constantly scared that one might drop by and they might hurt her. 

          Hanna was pulling him to a spot that they had made just for her to train in when she would become better again. Hanna was going to have to teach him what she does in her training. She had done this before yes but she always changed up what she did. Sometimes she ran the whole time other times she just punched something that whole time. Or she would do something else.

          They didn't do much in the terms of warm ups but the part where they got to chase each other around was Hanna's favorite part. She got to see if she could catch Abner and Abner got to see if he could catch her. Hanna picked up the knives that Abner had gotten her as a present. She had painted a target on something that way she could do aim practice. She aimed the knife with the tip of the blade in her palm. Abner hated this practice for her but it was something that she was going to have to do. Hanna was older than she was before. She was getting to the point where she was going to have to give up this. The thing that she claims to love or be turned so she can still give it up and hope that no one comes and tried to harm her. If she allowed him to turn her she would not only hate herself but she would else hate Abner. She loved him even if she could never tell him that. 

          Hanna's training days were the whole day and only stopping when she needed food. But this time when she stopped for lunch that was the end of her day. Abner looked at her strangely when she didn't go back outside to train after she had eaten her lunch.

         "I think I am done with training for now. I am going to go and take a nap," Hanna said. Abner looked at her and then tried to feel her forehead. Hanna flinched from him and he let go of the issue. He was going to be stuck out here doing nothing if she left him alone. 

          Hanna was so glad to be rid of his company. Him being around her was making it harder to think than it should have. He had recently told her that she needed to start thinking about being turned. Her first answer was no. Why would she want to turn? Why would she even want to have that thought in her mind? But as she had said it she knew that he was right she should start thing about it. She had lived two years with him and she had come to love him. She did need to start thinking on it. But that didn't help with him around. So she had lied and said she was going to go to sleep. She hadn't thought that she would go to sleep but the moment she laid her head down she felt the weight of sleep's hand trying to take her. She went with it. 


          In sleep, Hanna saw that her answer was already made for her. She loved him. She loved Abner. She knew that he couldn't live without her and she couldn't live without him. The idea of going back to the way it was before she had met him wasn't even possible. She couldn't forget him and she had tried to two years ago when her best friend and older brother had killed him the first time. It was already clear but she had yet to have seen it until that moment. Hanna had thought that it was very clear when everything that she lost was because of them. She had thought that was her answer. No because of everything that they made her lose. She had lost her only friend. Her only sister. Her only mother. Her only father. But now it was clear in her mind that was setting her up. She was supposed to be one of them. She was supposed to help them. It became clear that she could turn them against each other or she could help them become better than what she had, though.

          Hanna looked around in her dream and she saw nothing. The only thing that she knew was what was to come for her. She knew that if she didn't help them more Huter's would die and more vampires would die. The more vampire's dying was good in her reflect about them but more Hunter's dying was not something that she wishes to see happen. When Hanna was young the one thing that she wanted to do was become a scholar. She loved to learn new things. She loved the thought that knowledge was power so she did what she could have to get more knowledge thinking it a power to use against people. Even if her family told her to keep her nose out of a book and live in what they liked to call the real world. But now she saw that if she became one her little wish as a young girl wound come true. She would have the chance to have as much knowledge as she could ever want. She could fill her time with books and thinking about what would happen. She could finally be a scholar.


         Hanna woke up from her little nap and saw that she wasn't where she had fallen asleep. She was downstairs in the basement. The  one place in Abner's house he told her not to go. She had never really wanted to know what was down in his basement but now that she was here. She understood why he didn't want her down here yet. He said that he would allow her in his basement once in her life and that was when he was ready and she was ready for it. But it was all her choice. She was down here now. She felt more than saw Abner in the room with her. "Turn me," Was the only thing that Hanna had to say.

          "Are you sure that you want this?" Abner asked as he walked up to her from the shadows. When Hanna nodded he still looked a little unsure. 

          "I had a dream. I don't have a choice in this matter. It was already put out for me. I am supposed to be turned. And I am supposed to do something that I don't know of yet. So yes Abner, I am ready," Hanna spoke in a soft voice that somehow turned to come out hard sounding. Hanna closed her eyes when Abner pulled her back to his chest. 

          "Thank you. Thank you for agreeing to this. And thank you for trusting me with your life. I have no words to tell you how happy that I am your going to turn," Abner said lightly and kissed Hanna's neck. "I love you, Hanna," Abner said when he stopped kissing her neck. Hanna looked at him shyly.

          "I love you as well," Hanna said knowing that it was the best and right thing to say to him at that moment. Hanna knew that he was getting her ready for something that was going to come. Hanna didn't care about it. The faster it was done the better she would be. 

          When Abner finally bit into her neck to drain Hanna of blood it was painful but Hanna turned off the pain that she could have felt. Hanna felt Abner's tears on her neck, though. She wanted to make him stop so she could hug him and try to make him feel better. But she knew that if she did that he wasn't going to and she wasn't going to allow him to. 


          Abner finally drained the last drop of Hanna's blood and gave her his blood to drink. It was the only way that he knew to turn someone. You have to drain them and they let them have your blood. It was the only way that he had ever turned anyone. They were in his basement. The place where he had told her not to go. He didn't tell her anything clear about it just to not go down there. When he found her sleep walking down the steps in the living room he followed her and saw that she was going straight to the basement. He wanted to stop her. He wanted to wake her up. The only think that he had in his basement was a table. a table to lie someone on. He would use this table when he would make someone. He would lie their bodies on the table and wait for the turning to finish.

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