I tried to run, to hide, but he was so much faster. I ran into the dark wood jumping, dodging, and sliding past logs, bushes, and trees. But I kept looking behind to see if he was following so I didn’t notice the giant fallen tree blocking my path. I fell face first, cutting my leg as it scraped against the tree, causing blood to stain the leaves.
“I can smell you!” He yelled as I got to my feet ready to run, but as I turned he suddenly appeared in front of me. His eyes glowed in the light of moon and it scared me half to death.
“You’re my best friend, please you don’t want to do this.” I said backing up.
“Oh, I think I do.” He said extending his fangs and he walked forward.
“She is controlling you. You need to snap out of it and take control.” I said backing up into an old oak tree as he came face to face with me.
“No one is controlling me, I’m doing this all on my own.” He said stroking my hair with one hand and smiling to show off his long, sharp canines.
“This isn’t you. You’re kind, brave, thoughtful, and it might be too late to say it, but I love you. If you’re going to kill me do it fast, so I don’t have to see the monster you’ve become.” I said turning my head to the side revealing my neck. He tried to hold back his fangs, but he was overpowered and seconds later I felt excruciating pain. Instead of struggling I put my arms around his chest and I fell into darkness...