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Blood and Love

By Kas All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Horror

chapter 1

 I used to have a simple name before that night. I was a normal girl with simple goals and a very wealthy life. I was happy and most of all I didn't plain to change my life. I was called Katherine then. I was 21 years of age, beautiful, smart, and a nice body. Every man wanted me but I didn't want any of them I always believed in myself. That I didn't need a boy or a man in my life right now. I was going to be the first female power leader at the Company. I was on my way to the top of the world. Then that night happen. I was walking home one night, I didn't see them following me home. I was to busy with my damn noise in my phone trying to seal the deal with the new clients. That night life sealed a deal with me instead. One of the men whistled at me and the other one stood in front of me. It took me a second to realize that both men where in my global economic class. They grabbed me before I could scream or pull my knife out.

The first man ribbed my jacked off and started to touch my breast, "jeezz Katherine. I've been wanting to touch you for so long. Why didn't give me a chance? Oh well, tonight I will have you and so will he. You'll be our toy." He ran one of his filthy hand up my shirt and the other up my skirt. His buddy was holding me down as he touched me. I wanted to die. I never felt so disgusted with myself. He was going to rap me.  I was going to be rapped by them. I closed my eyes because I didn't want to see his face as he took my innocence away from me and destroyed me. 
 "I would stop what you all are doing and walk away from her right now." 
 "Who the fuck are you?"
 "I'm your killer. You see I don't like you type of people who think  of only lust. Sure she's a hot one but really? So to stop you from doing this again I'm going to kill you." I looked at the strange man who came to save me.
 The guy who was on top of me got off and ran to my hero with a knife. The stranger grabbed his whist with out any trouble. He then throw him to the wall. My rapist got up and charged at him again this time the strange man punched him in the stomach. He fell to the grounded coughing and gasping for air. the second guy let me go and ran to help his friend out they fought for a few seconds before the second guy was on the ground as well. The man looked at me bored with it all. 
 "They have to die you know? But I'm not going to kill them you are." He handed me gun. "You ether kill them or I leave you here for them to rap you. You need to fight back one day."
I looked at the gun in his hand as I reached for it. As I stood up and I looked at the men who tried to rap me, I was crying in fear and in disgusted. They tried to steal my innocence away from and now I was about to steal their life. 

That night was the night I made my first killed and loved it.
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