Alice's dying moments a/n: soory that I haven't written in AGES it's just that I have been busy, been to Paris
and my laptop broke and I haven't found the time to write, so I've take n to writing them on my phone in the notes. . . weird I know. Anyway, let the st ory begin! Alice sat on the stool, waiting. Her legs swinging like that of a five year old. Her eyes were now amber, still red from her new born year and her first kill b ut gold-y because she hunted animals since she learnt there was an alternitive. The bell rang, signalling someones arrival. She held her breat, hoping. She lo oked up, no it wasn't him, just another human male with a look of lust in his fl at brown eyes. She flashed her a grin showing his yellow-y teeth and she sighed. There was only one man for her, Jasper. But this, the look of lust and longing, had been going on for almost three months now. She would wait, amusing herrself -the occasinal vision-, the bell would ring, she'd hold her breath in hop. Then she'd look up, her hope shattered beacuse it was either an envious woman or a l ustful man. The bell sounded again, but she paid it no midn, afraid of her hope- and heartbeing shattered once again. So she kept her head down until a gust of wind from the open door blew his scent towards her. It wasn't human, but it still made her mouth water, but not in a food kind of way. More in an amazing smell that you c ould smell for an eternity kand never get bored of it kind of way. And in the sp lit second that she smelled his scent she knew two things. One, he was a vampire , and two he was Jasper. She looked up, even she could feel the hope in her eyes. His head snapped up to her in an-almost-but-not-quite-vampire-speed. and met her eyer. His crimson ones boring intop her amber. She lightly skipped up to him, in their own little bubb le, the flats on her feet making only slight noises. Out of the range for humans , but not toosoft fpr vampires. "Hello Japer," she said gentley, "you're late." She was forgetting the fact that they'd never met before, because she was too caught up in the moment. He ducked his head in obvilous embarassment, and said, "sorry ma'am," like a tru e southern gentleman. And that is where Alice and JAsper's forever began.