Wild Blood

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In a small town in Iowa, Phoenix has spent her days in combat training with her dad and staying hidden from the world. When her parents think she ran away, the truth starts to reveal it’s ugly head, and her whole world is turned upside down. Everything she knew is a lie and the reason why she was kept hidden is not for her exotic eyes and blue blood. Phoenix is now on the run from her parents and an enemy she didn’t know even existed. That is until she meets up with people who aren’t actually humans, and they just happen to be her family. Copyright 2021 - All rights reserved

Fantasy / Other
Helena Ava
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For as long as I could remember, I have always been a secret. A secret to the world…even my neighbours knew little of me. My parents hid me from this terrifying earth, and they were very diligent about it.

Whoever found out about me and my secrets were executed. There was never any questioning about it. I didn’t know who to be more frightened of. This world or my parents…

My mother’s beautiful big brown eyes were warm and pleasant. She seemed so inviting as her brown hair waved down her back, but her eyes could turn colder than any winter I had experienced. I had watched her kill so many people, that any loving bond I had for her turned to rot. I watched her shoot people between the eyes as they stood before me, and making me do the most unspeakable acts. These people had lives and families. Once they discovered me, purposely or accidental, their fate was sealed by my mother.

My father didn’t look warm like her, he looked evil. He wasn’t the kind of father a little girl would run to. His scary eyes… almost black, and his blond hair slicked back. He looked menacing as his empty eyes always looked for the next threat.

They homeschooled me, of course. I wasn’t trusted among regular people, and my parents didn’t trust people with me. I was smart but my parents didn’t push education on me; they pushed defence training. My fighting skills were mastered, they trained me to kill and to protect myself. They were making me like them, and as years passed, I became numb to the havoc. Their executions made my body ooze with guilt, and I forgot how to flinch when the gun went off.

My situation was different, they would say. Sure, different…

I couldn’t be different because my eyes were a mix of violet and blue, or that they named me Phoenix. No, of course not. I was a freak of nature because my blood wasn’t red, it was dark blue.
And for them I was the greatest gift that would never be shared.
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