Vampire Angels??

Bottom line, this is the story of Angel, a high school student. She isn't your average high school student. She's dark. She used to be a normal human, until her parents gave her up for scientific testing at age five. They gave her wings, but of course they didn't stop there. Now, in addition to the wings, she has fangs. Perfect...not. She's used to being a loner, until the new boy decides to come and sit with her. Will she change her mysterious ways and make a friend? Or will she ignore Dallas just like she does with the rest of the student body. Read on to find out...


7. Chapter 5

Angel's p.o.v.

I woke up with an INSANE thirst. I looked and saw a styrofoam cup by my bed and drained it. Afterwards, I looked at my arms to see them covered in ugly black scabs. I picked them all and my arms ended up looking pink and raw. My head hurt really bad, which only meant one thing........I got the shot.

"Crap." I sighed, getting out of bed. I looked at my clock and it read 7:00. I put on a baby blue long sleeve t-shirt, dark blue jeans, some fluffy socks, and headed downstairs, taking the guardrail as usual.

"Hey dad." I said, walking into the kitchen.

"Hi Angel, how are you feeling?" My dad asked, sitting a plate of raw bacon and sausage on the table, along with my breakfast shake.

"Good. Besides the fact that my head is killing me. Hey, how come nothing's broken?" I aksed, sitting at the table. Usually, when I get the shot, something always gets broken.

"Dallas watched you yesterday. He seems to be able to control you." My dad said, frying bacon for him, Alex, and Sarah.

"Dallas watched me?" I asked, eating a sausage. All of my memory from yesterday was murky. My dad nodded.

"Anyway, you need to stay home today." He said, putting the bacon on a plate.

"BACON!!" Alex shouted from the doorway. He ran into the room, grabbed a handful of bacon, and ran back upstairs.

"Well, that was interesting." I said, looking at where Alex appeared and disappeared.

"Isn't my ride still at the school? If it is, can I go get it?" I asked, turning back to my dad.

"Fine. But only if you're careful." My dad said after some thought.

"Thanks." I said, going back upstairs to get my keys. After I had got them and put on EXTRA sunscreen, I decided to talk to my dad until Alex got ready so I could ride with him. Turns out, my dad was taking us camping that weekend for spring break.

"I think it would do us all some good to get away from it all for a week." He explained, sitting at the table and eating.

"Alex is taking Wendy along. I think you should invite Dallas." He said, finishing up his food.

"What!?" I sputtered, choking on my drink.

"Come on. It'll be fun!" My dad said, grabbing some papers off the counter.

"I'll think about it..." I said, stirring my shake.

"Better then a no, I guess. I've got to go to cast for the movie I'm about to start filming in a couple weeks. Bye." My dad said, stuffing the paper in his briefcase. I waved as he walked out of the back door.

"CRAP! I'M LATE!" I heard Alex shout. I grabbed my shake and followed him outside. I slipped into his back seat undetected, and he didn't even know I was there until he spit out of the window while brushing his teeth.

"That's gross!" I squeaked, causing him to jump.

"What the- aren't you supposed to be home today?" He asked as he regained control of the wheel.

"Calm down, scaredy cat. I'm just gonna get my motorcycle." I said as he pulled into the parking lot. I saw Dallas walking and he waved when he saw Alex. I hopped out of the backseat, leaving my empty cup in his car.

"Bye. Oh, and dad's gonna be casting all day." I said, pulling my keys out of my pocket. He flicked my forehead before rushing into the building. I went around to the back and found my bike parked just where I left it.

Dallas' s p.o.v.

The day was dragging by without Angel there. I was so bored that I dozed off five times in calculus, each time startled awake by Kim's cronies. When lunch time came, I decided to slip out and visit. When I got to her house, I knocked on the door and was greeted by Alex's mom.

"Hello. I'm Dallas and I was wondering if Angel was home?" I said politely, shaking her hand.

"Angel? Angel Rhodes? You've got to be kidding." She said, giving me an 'are you insane' look.

"No. I'm not kidding Mrs. Rhodes." I said, a little defensively.

"Why would you want to see her? She's a freak!" She said, an amused smile on her face.

"She wouldn't be a freak if it wasn't for you!" I said, quickly losing my temper.

"Dallas?" Angel said, popping up behind Mrs. Rhodes.

"Yes. Dallas was just stopping by to see you. Surprisingly." Mrs. Rhodes said snobbishly.

"Come on Sarah, cheer up. That's no way to treat a guest." Angel said teasingly. Mrs. Rhodes scurried away.

"Hi Angel." I said, smiling. She was wearing a long-sleeve light blue sweater, blue jeans, and some REALLY fluffy blue socks.

"Hey Dallas, aren't you supposed to be at school?" She said, motioning for me to come in.

"I don't think lunch is required. Plus, who'd miss me in gym?" I said, walking in and shutting the door behind me.

"I guess you're right. So, want anything to eat?" She asked, turning on the t.v.

"No thanks. How you been?" I asked.

"Come on, it's lunch time. I will get you a sandwich." She said, stessing every word of the last sentence. She disappeared into the kitchen and came back a few minutes later with a sandwich.

"Thanks." I said, taking the sandwich and devouring it.

"You eat like a pig." She said, disgusted.

"Yes, yes I do." I said, as she flipped through the channels.

"Adventure Time!" She squealed, landing on Cartoon Network. I couldn't help but let out a laugh.

"What's so funny. Can a seventeen year old watch Adventure Time and not get criticized?" She said, standing and putting her hands on her hips.

"It's not that. I'm eighteen and I love Adventure Time. It's just that you were watching that yesterday, and we had to pry you away to get your medicine applied." I said, sitting on the couch.

"Oh. Thanks for making sure I didn't destroy the house, by the way. Do you wanna go camping with us this weekend?" She asked, walking back into the kitchen.

"What?" I asked, sure I misunderstood.

"My dad is taking Alex, Wendy, and I camping for spring break, and I was wondering if you wanted to come along. My dad thought it would be a good idea." She said, walking back in with what looked like a red nectarine. She sat on the arm of the couch and took a bite from the fruit.

"I'd love to come. I just have to ask my mom." I said, looking at my watch.

"I gotta get going." I said sadly.

"Ok. See you at school tomorrow." Angel said, walking me to the door.

"Bye Angel." I said, quickly giving her a hug before exiting. I looked back as I walked down the street and she was standing in the doorway, looking shocked. A small smile made it's way onto her face before she shut the door.

Angel's p.o.v.

Why was I smiling? I was supposed to hate this boy, but for some reason, I couldn't. I spent the rest of the day watching an Adventure Time marathon until Alex came home.

"I'M GOING TO KILL YOU!!" He shouted at me as soon as he walked through the door.

"What did I do?!?!" I shouted back.

"YOU'RE BEING ALL LOVEY-DOVEY WITH ONE OF MY FRIENDS!" He shouted again, flailing his arm around.

"What are you talking about? I can't stand any of your guy friends." I said, walking upstairs.

"I mean Dallas! Come on!" He said, following me into my room.

"Wha-I-he- I'M NOT ALL 'LOVEY-DOVEY' WITH DALLAS!" I sputtered.

"Really? Then why was he going on and on about you at school!" He teased, pinching my cheek.

"Stop! We are NOT all 'lovey-dovey'!" I said, slapping his hand.

"Wait a minute! Are you blushing?! I didn't even know you could blush!" He said, staring at me in disbelief.

"What!" I said, my hands flying to my cheeks. They felt unusually warm. I rushed to the mirror and looked at my face. My cheeks were a deep shade of red.

"How?" I whispered.

Dallas's p.o.v.

"I'm home!" I shouted, dropping my bag by the door.

"Hi, honey. How was school?" My mom said, walking into the living room with my two year old sister, Abigail.

"D!" Abby shouted, letting go of my mom's hand and running to me.

"Hey Abby." I said, scooping her up in a hug.

"Again, how was school?" My mom asked.

"Good. Oh, is it okay if I go camping this weekend with Alex and Angel for Spring Break?" I asked, putting Abby down.

"KITTY!" She shouted, chasing after our white kitten, Snow.

"You really like spending time with Angel." My mom pointed out, raising an eyebrow.

"Mom!" I groaned, facepalming myself.

"Fine, you can go." My mom said after a minute.

"But only if you be careful and call me often." She warned.

"Yes! Thanks mom." I said, giving her a hug before rushing into my room. I was about to call Alex to talk to Angel when my phone rang. It was an unknown number, and since it couldn't do any harm, I answered it.

"Hello?" I answered, grabbing a peice of paper and a pencil to jot down things that I would need for the trip off the top of my head.

"Hi, pretty boy." A voice giggled.

"Kim, how did you get my number?" I said, setting down my pencil.

"That doesn't matter. Anyway, are you free this weekend?" She drawled.

"Umm, no, actually. I'm going camping." I said, walking into the kitchen and grabbing a Dr. Pepper.

"Can I tag along?" She asked in a flirty voice.

"No. One, it's not my choice. Two, I don't think that Angel would want you along," I said, opening the can.

"WHAT? THAT SLUT IS GOING WITH YOU INSTEAD OF ME?! WHAT DOES SHE HAVE THAT I DON'T?! I'M FREAKIN' GORGEOUS!" She screamed so loud I had to move the phone from my ear.

"She's not fake." I stated simply before hanging up.

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