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Chapter 16 “The Return” (x) Please like and reblog. Leave your thoughts in my inbox.
New Fanfic Thriller “Black Out” Coming This April!
From the author of Fifty Shades of Salvatore and Fifty Shades Bloodier comes a fanfiction thriller. Periods of Elena’s days she can’t make sense of or remember. After waking up with blood on her hands, she realizes something is terribly wrong. She soon realizes she has an alter ego, a deadly one. Through the mist of it all, she finds comfort in a new friend Damon. Together they try to solve the mystery of her black outs and fight to stop her murderous side.
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AN: The first half of the chapter is a flashback of Damon encountering Katherine at his house. The second half is Damon going to Elena’s house.
Every ounce of his non-human blood froze. His muscles were stiff and his gaze was locked upon the beautiful disaster. This moment had been a long time coming. Her return was inevitable, but why now? Why after all this time did she seek him out? Only one thought was plausible, Elena.
He was ready to pounce and snap her neck. He wanted to take a carefully carved stake with her name on it and plunge it into her heartless chest. With every instinct to be the predator, he knew he was more like the prey. Cornered and stuck, Damon let the overwhelming thick air that surrounded her engulf him. The hold she had on him was still there even after more than a century.
“You know hatred really isn’t a good look on you, Damon.” She dropped one of her hands from her hips.
“What are you doing here?” He asked coyly.
A soft chuckle and an ominous smirk spread upon her porcelain skinned face. “No hello. No hug. I thought after all these years at least we could put the past behind us.” She indicated.
The past was the past, but it haunted him. It had done so since the moment he woke up in a state of confusion and hunger. From the realization of how wrong he had been about Katherine and how manipulated his feelings had become, he loathed her. His choice to continue instead of perish had been his own, but the influence of Katherine played a major role.