"So what made you change your mind, Mr Moody?" I asked from beside Sara.
She seemed nice enough. A little quiet, though. Then again, I talk more'n I should. I'd never seen a vampire like her. In all honesty, she was a little plain for a vampire. But when I was human there were days when I just wished I could live a normal life instead of being put on show each night. Wait, plain wasn't the word I was looking for. She didn't look plain, she looked human.
"Would you believe me if I said it was your dazzling personality?" he said sarcastically.
"I wouldn't but I'd go along with it" I said cheerfully and turned back to Sara. "He sure is cheerful, huh?"
She laughed and I smiled. I like it when people are happy, it makes me feel good. Sylvester just tutted. I turned my head round and poked my tongue out at him. Sara laughed again as I cartwheeled off and pretended to crash into a tree. I climbed the tree with the intention of hanging off a branch from my knees but decided instead to drop down onto Sylvester's shoulders. He didn't know what had hit him. I leant forward and planted a kiss on his forehead just to annoy him, slid off his shoulders and backflipped my way back to Sara. I took a bow and winked at Sylvester. Well, I didn't call myself Trix for nothin'.
"My spidey senses are tinglin'," I said, looking back at the mansion, "Raven's thinkin' about leavin' the mansion".
"Sure you didn't just see him storming through the trees?" Sylvester asked a little smugly.
"That may have helped. C'mon, let's go back. These woods aren't as fun as I thought they'd be" I hooked an arm round Sara's waist and chatted to her the entire way back to the mansion. It'll be a shame if Raven goes before I had a chance to get to know him...