Falling for Ruka Chapter 17: AkatsukiFalling for Ruka Chapter 17: Akatsuki by sal67548
I leaned against the wall, arms folded across my chest, and I watched her.
I watched her as she sipped from a glass of crimson blood, my attention oddly drawn to her full lips. I watched as she stood next to her parents, little more than a lovely doll with a cold gaze. I watched as those cold eyes melted with longing as they searched the room for one I feared would never come.
Kaname Kuran couldn’t be bothered with such petty things.
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I awoke from my nightmare breathing heavily. As I tried to catch my breath I looked at my clock. It was only 2 p.m. I normally wouldn’t have been up for about two more hours, but I did have to get ready anyway, so I figured I might as well start now. Not that I minded.
Tonight was my 16th birthnight. I had been waiting for this night for months. I didn’t necessarily care about the fact that I was older by a vampire year as much as the fact that because of this a traditional night party was being hosted at our mansion in
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“Where is father?” I asked my mother as non-chalantly as I could manage. The dining table felt impossibly more large and impersonal with only the two of us sharing a meal at it.
“He’s out late, something with the council I believe. Why?” she asked.
“The council? Why would he be with them?” I asked, a little confused, avoiding her question. My family had always been pro-monarchy, and supported the Kuran faction fully. We recognized