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Hybrid

By BLotusflower24

Children / Romance

Hybrid


"Emilie, Emilie!" Elisa bent down to search underneath her bed, and then she checked the closet finding no sign of her daughter." Emilie Avalon Maza where are you." The detective frowned she was getting frustrated. Emilie always did this in the afternoon, never at night when she knew her father was coming. Speaking of night, Elisa gazed towards the window the sun was starting to set, her husband would arrive soon.

She sighed stroking her nails through her long silky blue hair. Elisa went to enter the kitchen, but stopped when she heard a small giggle coming from her room. Immediately, the detective tip-toed to her bedroom, she stayed quiet in attempts to lure out the little one. Within a few minutes, Elisa heard the flutter of the child's wings from the other side of her bed.

"Gotcha my little butterfly!" The child smiled and flew clumsily into her mother's arms as Elisa kissed the child repeatedly. Emilie as you can guest was half human/gargoyle; she favored Elisa, but had her father's eyes and dark black hair tied into a ponytail. Elisa began to tickle Emilie, but she launched herself out of Elisa arms with incredible speed, the child landed on the floor crouching in a predator's stance.

Her eyes glowed slightly in mild irritation, Elisa smiled she was so much like Goliath and this often scared her. Emilie was born from two worlds, in the future she would be accepted by one and rejected by the other. Sadly, Elisa knew that her kind would not accept the half-breed she created and eventually Emilie would have to join her father's clan.

"Elisa?" she brought her attention to the doorway standing there was her husband, his wings were outstretched fully blocking the exit. "Daddy!" Emilie ran happily to the gargoyle, she grabbed his leg hugging it. He smiled, picking up his offspring and placing her on his arm. She giggled at her new position and began nuzzling his face with her own. Elisa approached them and huddled close to Goliath." I missed you." He held her close snaking his large hand around his wife's waist." I missed you too." Their lips met in a passionate kiss, as they expressed their love through the movement as they enjoyed the others presence." EW, yuck!"

They both pulled away glaring at their little one, who only grinned in response." Well, now that you're here I meant as well warm up dinner." Elisa said walking to the kitchen." Yeah, eat time Daddy!" Emilie yelled, Goliath nodded and followed his wife.

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