Have you ever wondered who you are, or what your purpose was. Well I was born to continue the bloodline of my race The True-bloods. Ever since I was little I was trained to be the perfect Queen and wife for when I start to rule. My grandparents are the rulers now, my parent would have been if they had not died in the last war we had with the Vampires. We True-Bloods share a lot of similarities with them like our powers, but we don’t drink blood. I on the other hand am different from true-bloods and vampires. My mother was one-third true-blood, vampire, and a witch. My father was the most powerful person alive. He had all the powers of a warlock, vampire, shape-sifter, and a demon. So when they had me our people were scared of us. It not safe having so many powerful people in one place. Plus I was the only one of my kind. I was neither a true-blood or a vampire-werewolf-witch hybrid. I was me.
Well I should start by saying my name. My name is Kristen Lynn Rosetta. Right now I’m heading to my best friends house. I feel like I’m being watched but when I turn around I see no one there. A couple blocks down I get that feel again, I start running and I’m almost there. Suddenly something grabs me from out of nowhere.
“Boss I got the girl, what are we going to do with her?” The mystery guy said. Walking over to a table to get some water.
“Well she is the last royal true-blood that still can have children, so what do you think I’m going to do” The boss said smiling evilly.
“Wait you’re going to do that?” James said
" Yes boy, I am going to do what you are thinking. This girl here is going to give me my heir’s to the throne” The boss said.
“But what are you going to do with her afterwards?” James asked.“I’ll probably use her body or sell her off somewhere”
“Okay” James said. Walking out of the room taking on last glance at the sleeping girl on the floor, he exited the room. Leaving her with the boss.
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