Sophia Catlett would love your feedback! Got a few minutes to write a review?
Write a Review


By Sophia Catlett All Rights Reserved ©

Horror / Fantasy

Part 1.:Forbidden Fruit chapter 1: Meloncholy

I was once like you.

A young girl who is young and happy and naive and probably anticipating some kind of friendship with a young man my age. Probably going to church or learning to read or some other thing of the like.

I was fifteen when I died.

I was once like you.

A human being that could enjoy the perks of being a teenage girl.

But then again, that was then and this is now. How do I put this gently. I AM NO LONGER HUMAN.

I was killed by the vampire on the second of December, 1016 AD. My birthday.

We had been warned by a local psychic and medicine woman that a vampire sought my blood. My father sent seven huntsman to slay the beast and they left me alone with my mother and four sisters. When they returned. I had already been kidnapped, my family murdered and fed to wolves and my precious self turned into a vampiress.

That's right.

The wretched fiend stole my blood and made me into his wife.

Forbidden fruit. He called me.

Forbidden fruit.


Come no closer children as I tell this tale, for you see, you strike me as more a meal than a friend. I know I have become like the evil husband vampire I hate so much.

But this is the tale of my daring escape away from the household of purest evil.

Continue Reading Next Chapter
Further Recommendations

Marijana1: The melancholy present throughout this story has the power to influence and etch into the minds of the readers, to stay there and refuse to leave even after they have finished reading the story. This is a deep, powerful story, making the readers wonder about everything – about love, about their e...

Jennifer AndClint Pardo: A fantasic journey that whisked me away from reality!!

Robert D. Stanley: I really liked this story. The main character was very well fleshed out (so much so that I sometimes felt sorry for her friends with how little trust she had in them) and your descriptive writing was very good. There are, however a few points I'd like to critique.1. The dual PoVs were interesting...

Cliuin: I couldn't stop reading from the moment that I started this book and that was some hours ago...

SeanSavage: Good plot that moves fairly quickly. Time passage somewhat vague. but not indecipherable. Very good syntax, grammar and punctuation. The story flowed very well, however, the breaks between chapters and the time jumps tended to be slightly confusing at first. I could see where the author was going...

Aditya Harikrish: It had me on tenterhooks since the very first page. Excllently developed plot and characters. You've done an amazing job of building a fantasy world from scratch. Hats off to you!A sequel is a must.

More Recommendations

lora pless: This book made me feel all kinds of emotions I even cryed in the chapter 25 I feel so sad because of jack death and I feel so frustraited at that final line!!! I can't wait for book two !! don't keep us wait for long .good luck

William Elliott Kern: Interesting Story, with Jacob, the second Son of Baron Ironwood to learn his duties, provide his numbers and prepare for marriage to Anna......Along the way, the wise Monk, Francis came to Ironwood, filled the ears of Jacob with hope and positive direction, a gift for Jacob well needed. The Stor...

William Elliott Kern: A young boy," later found on the highway by General Jarda", was murdered by Barbarians, came back to life as he was an Anmah, age 6 when the loss of his family had occured.........General Jarda, took the boy, gave him a new name, and introduced him to another Anham and the King, This Story is w...

debmart6901: I could not put this story down. I stayed up reading when I should have been in bed. could not get enough, could not wait to find how it ended. Great story telling. Great detail. Loved it. The characters were very vivid.

Krupa Kataria: the detailing is really awesome ....the characters, ur plots jst too Awsm ,m waiting for the further chapters please do complete it m really craving for those ones ...great job with words too ..please complete the further parts ...

jennywren313: This is a throughly engaging and ripping yarn ... I loved the writing style .. the flashbacks so real that the current moments forgotten .. it is a great read and one I would recommend to anyone that enjoys a bit of a mystery .. wrapped up in a story .. carried by well described characters .. and...

{{ contest.story_page_sticky_bar_text }} Be the first to recommend this story.

About Us:

Inkitt is the world’s first reader-powered book publisher, offering an online community for talented authors and book lovers. Write captivating stories, read enchanting novels, and we’ll publish the books you love the most based on crowd wisdom.