"Where are we going?" he asked, but I didn't answer. I just smiled. Nothing more.
We got into my car that was parked a couple miles away from the cliff. It was in a nice little city just a couple miles south of another major city. We walked and talked and I smiled genuinely back for the first time in decades. His smile shined through to my heart and made my cold heart melt. I didn't know what this feeling was, but I was scared to find out. Was it something that was going to get me killed?
"Ahh!" a scream suddenly came.
"Dang werewolves," I heard him mutter. He was off in a second and I was right after him. He followed a nasty stench that lead us to a dark forest. One I had never been in before.
"What the heck? Werewolves here? Nu uh! This is my turf." I said stomping ahead.
"No!" he held his hand out to stop me. "He's it's not a werewolf. Though one was here. It's another Vampire." he said as he pointed to where I could just make out the figure of another person.
"Ahh poop sticks. This is just asking for trouble if I barge in there." I ran my hand through my hair as I stared frustraiteded that there was another Vampire feeding off of my prey.
"You look pretty old," he said. I glared at him taking his words to heart. "No, I mean in age. 200?"
"Yeah, about. I gave up on counting a couple years back." I answered.
"They should be a piece of cake for you then," he said with a smile.
"Yeah, well I dont like getting down and dirty. I'll just let them be. If they cause trouble, then i'll step in, but right now, they seem harmless," I smiled and pulled him away from the forest and closer to my car. "Come on, I'll take you to my place," and with that, we left one chapter of the book and headed off to the next.