Get Free Copy

100 free copies left

This novel is limited to 100 free copies due to its part in Inkitt’s Novel Contest.

0
Free copy left
You can read our best books
DrMiniMe would love your feedback! Got a few minutes to write a review?
Write a Review

Vicky's oh so Terrifying, Neutered Vampire

By DrMiniMe

Romance / Drama

Gettin' settled into the Summer's lives

Disclaimer: NOTHING BUT VICKY IS MINE.

The gang is here but buffy and vicky will meet up with them at college instead of when vicky arrives in america :) I have editied this (thank you awesome lady for my grammar help) Neily is pronounced as Ni-le

I stepped out of aunt Joyce's car, and turned to walk towards the trunk for my bag. Buffy jumped out of the back, and I nearly walked into the open car door. Hey it was dark out, okay?

"Buffy! You almost brained me with the door, warn a girl before you bolt yeah?" I yelled in mock-anger while grinning at her and closing the door behind her.

"Oh shut up Vicky, and don't get used to me carrying all your stuff. Soon as you get used to here you'll have to carry all your stuff on your own!" My cousin shouted back at me with an equally large grin. She had already grabbed my bag and was shutting the trunk.

"Whattt? You mean this delightfully wonderful Summers hospitality won't continue on forevers?" I stopped looking totally shocked and horrified as auntie Joyce came around smiling foundly at our little spout and patted me on the back. She shook her head, still smiling and went into their house. Buffy and I soon followed.

Later that night...

This is my life now, I thought as I snuggled into the comforter looking out the window at the star-light night. I continued to toss and turn thinking about my mom and dad, in some far away county as usual. They never really stopped jumping countries since they left the US when I was 6, something about living an "International Lifestyle". I had come back in visits every summer to see buffy and auntie Joyce. I only ever held wonderful memories of this place so when I was applying for College's, buffy and I immediately jumped on the chance of going to the same school again. Of course on her fifthteenth birthday something happened that she told me as soon as she could pick up the phone, she was a slayer or something. I think she kills vampires and the creepies of nightime. She always tried to get me to train with her, and I had for every summer I went. If I didn't I felt terrible 'cause she'd give me this look like I kicked her newborn puppy, one of those and she knew I'd break easy.

Over the years I had grown up a little. I wasn't a child anymore, although my height, and maturity sometimes, was close enough to be one. I was a whooping 5"2, with blonde hair that had a tendency to friz out on a humid day (or if I sweat a little doing any shape of exercise, which I tended to avoid like the plague).

I had a funny shape that resembled something of a vase. Shame on my legs being short as a five year old's, I have long waist though and skinny hips. That was always nice for jeans, they always fit snugly even if they were a little too long and had to be rolled up.

'Although Buffy and I are about the same size,' I grinned.

'More clothes for mee!' I thought in my head in a sing-songy voice.

Eventually sleep took my mind and I drifted peacefully. I, Victoria Neily, would finally be in College, and at the wonderful age of 18. Tomorrow we'd finally move into the uni dorms, excitement!

Continue Reading Next Chapter
Further Recommendations

Jean Tryon: As a beta, I found this story outstanding!! Plot, grammar, phraseology, etc Rachel gives us it all. She takes the story into the future from where due South ends. She is an exacting and thoughtful author.

Sandra Estrada: I loved every minute of it and I thank my lucky stars that brought me to the story, it's been a whirlwind of emotions, plot twist after plot twist but I never got tired of them. Abby and Kade's story is a hard one to understand but once you're submerged in their story and love, you can't help but...

GeorgeS: The author has a VERY refreshingly direct writing style. Sometimes being punched in the gut (or nose, as the case may be) can be an excellent thing, indeed. Whatever may be lacking in subtlety is more than made up for in the diamond clarity of character development. I look forward to MORE. I c...

sambolie: Couldn't stop reading this!! Beautifully engaging story & I love the richness of the characters. I hope to see the next volume soon! I can't wait to see how the girls carry on to Invasion Day with all that happened.

Jordan Young: *ALERT FOR POSSIBLE SPOILERS* Where to start? I don't know how to sum up this review, this story was absolutely sensational. Brilliant. Flawless. I loved every single bit of this story, it is truly amazing. I read this story in fifteen hours, it is magnificent. I loved everything about it, the p...

Mourn8220House: When first reading "Avarice," I thought it would be another fairytale but I was taken back the author's approach and choice of ending. There is little to be said for the story and overall plot besides the sudden twists and speculation, other than that I do not want to ruin a fantastic tale, you m...

Elizabeth Robbins: 4.5 starsAs far as apocalypse stories go, this one took a new direction. I'm glad someone finally addressed the need for a vampire apocalypse! This is sort of a multi-genre festival of delights. With hints of forced societies, vamps, hunters, romance, apocalypse, government conspiracy, and thrill...

Jenn Deering: This is a go-to story for when you're needing a little happiness in your life. It's well-crafted, and characters are true to their show-selves. The pace is right, there are minimal grammatical errors, and the plot is fresh.

Hudson: Your story was fantastic Erin! The Rising Sun was one of the first stories I read on Inkitt, and I have to say I don't regret the three to four days I spent pouring through the story.Probably the biggest strength I see in your writing is your characterisation of Eliana, Oriens, and the rest of th...

More Recommendations

Alex Rushmer: This was not what I expected, but I enjoyed it a lot Malfoy was always one of the characters that I liked a lot, so I like that a lot of this happens between him and Colette. I read the first couple chapters, and I enjoyed your writing style and am excited to see where you take this story. My com...

emily1193: The auther captivates the audience and hooks u from beginning. Other and a few spelling mistakes a good read. some parts were funny others were sad. The author did a nice job making the characters come to life.

Animeviewer: It is one of the best stories I've ever read. This story will have you riding a roller coaster of emotions and nearly dying to know what happens next.You will get very attached to the characters and in my case I relate well with some of their very traumatic or emotional experiences, Just Juliet f...

This story wasn't for you ?
Look at our most viral stories!
King's Lament

FreakyPoet: "you made me laugh, made me cry, both are hard to do. I spent most of the night reading your story, captivated. This is why you get full stars from me. Thanks for the great story!"

The Cyneweard

Sara Joy Bailey: "Full of depth and life. The plot was thrilling. The author's style flows naturally and the reader can easily slip into the pages of the story. Very well done."

This story wasn't for you ?
Look at our most viral story!
Spectra

Ro-Ange Olson: "Loved it and couldn't put it down. I really hope there is a sequel. Well written and the plot really moves forward."