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Beheaded Vampin #8

Beheaded Vampin #8

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After being beheaded, Starr has a painful recovery. She is forced to face the people in her life, and reconcile her relationships.
After being beheaded, Starr has a painful recovery. She is forced to face the people in her life, and reconcile her relationships.

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Published by: ladysonoma on Feb 11, 2012
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BeheadedVampin #8
 
Surprise VisitChapter 1
Her father insisted they talk, down onthe dock, privately.For days, she’d been telling herparents to go away; although it wasn’tso much that she wanted her father toleave, but it was her mother she didn’twant to deal with.Despite her telling him to go tohell, he bent over and picked her upfrom the bed. He carried her down thestairs, through the kitchen, and downthe wood slatted path, where he puther down, gently, on the sun warmedbench.“Ho-o-ow,” she spoke slowly,“did you find me?”“I got my cell phone bill, andthere were charges on Meghan’saccount. We activated the GPS trackingon the phone, and here we are,” saidher mother.
 
After having lost her phone in aplane that went down, above the Transcarpathian Mountains, she’d beenusing her sister’s old phone. The GPS,they thought, would lead them toMeghan, but it brought them to Starr.Gently, slowly, she reached herhand up to her neck and was surprised,for a moment, to feel that the stitches,that had been holding her head to herneck the last week or so, had beenremoved.She must have been asleepwhen someone took them out!Since being beheaded, she wasdoing better, but her motor functions,including her speech, were still slow.Credenza never mentioned thatsevering of spinal cords was not easyhealing, like normal wounds. Her brainworked fine, but not even her larynxcould follow her brain’s synapsesquickly enough for her to deliver eventhe shortest monologue in less thanfive minutes.

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