Dripping Blood

As Sarah gets hooked to this cute boy that matches her dream boy, she finds out slowly what happens when you think you fell in love. What will she find out? What will happen to innocent Sarah? And if so, is she really innocent? All you need to do is read this book.


9. Long Time No See

     "What do you mean? Who are you? Why do you seem so familiar? Again, who are you?" I spat out. I was freaking out. Who was this guy? Why did he seem so familiar?

     "I know you have plenty of questions Sarah, but can I at least come inside?" I forgot it was burning up outside. I mean for us that is. It was totally different for humans. They didn't feel so warm in the coolness. As I let this guy in, I started to think back to my childhood. Maybe he was a boy from when I was a toddler. Maybe he was a friend in the foster care. Who knows.

     Then all of a sudden I remembered. Josh. Josh Craney. He was my childhood sweetheart. I got a little... okay a big... crush on him then, but what is he doing here. "Josh?" I muttered. I turned around to see him smile.

     "So you do remember? I knew it'd come back to you. I'm glad. I've honestly missed you. It's been forever since the last time we seen each other. And I see a lot has happened," he said as he looked around the room.

     I took him to the living room and sat down across from him. I couldn't help but stare into those blue eyes. They were so wonderful. Especially when they were there looking over me as a child. Josh Craney was my best friend, well crush, throughout my childhood. I can't believe I forgot about him. I feel so bad now. "I'm sorry. I feel so terrible for forgetting it all. You were my best friend throughout all those years. You were there for me when I had those dreams. You..." Once I said it, I realized it was too late to take it back. I never told anyone I had bad dreams. Ever. The only people who knew was my father, Juliana, Jewel, and Josh. How could I be so naive. 

     "What dreams, Sarah?" Brian asked. He was always concerned and now I regret mentioning my dreams to everyone in the room. I feel so stupid. "Nothing." I told him. I knew it wasn't true, but I couldn't let Brian know about these dreams. Not now. Not ever. He could never ever know about them.

     "Would you like to go somewhere and talk Sae?" Josh asked. He was my best friend and it doesn't look or feel like he's changed one bit since the last time I seen him. He even knew about me being a vampire. So what? He was a vampire as well. He... he was my childhood dream boy. He was the only guy who could ever understand me that way. Not even Kale or Brian understood me the way he did, so I stood up, took Josh by the hand, and excused myself and Josh. I couldn't talk about this in front of everyone.

     I walked Josh upstairs to my bedroom, which so happened to be the one next to the last. Exactly next to the same room that was full of blood. Brian's blood. Josh looked around the hallway like he smelled an unwanted scent. "I'll tell you about it once we're in my room." I stated. He needed to know about the last seven... well eight... years of my life. So I let him into my room, turned around, and closed the door. I went and grabbed the chair from my desk and sat down right in front of him.

     So for the rest of the night, I sat there telling Josh about all that happened. Exchanging comments along the way. He even told me what's been going on for the last few years. Well... quite a few that is. I loved watching him open up and talk to me. I loved the way his lips moved to every syllable he made; every word he pronounced. It was just the most wonderful thing to watch. And for those moments that we shared our last eight years to each other, my heart opened up again and I fell deep into love. That's when I noticed that Josh just gave me the best sixteenth birthday present ever.

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