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Unintentional Contract

By Victoria Elizabeth All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Horror

Chapter 1

It has been a few years now since I broke up with Alec, and ​I have gotten over him.  However, I will never forget what he had done to cause me to break up with him.  We were fooling around, and he put his manhood into my womanhood.  However, he took it out immediately.  He made it seem like it was just an accident, and I thought that was the end of it.  However, the next night he raped me.  I could not believe what he had done.  He knew that I wanted to wait until after marriage ​to have sex, but he just ignored it.  He kept me in his sight long enough that I could not file any charges against him.  All the evidence was gone, and it would have been a he said she said thing.​  I could not have dealt with the stress the defense attorney would have put me through.​  He probably would have claimed that it was consensual and that I was confused or angry.​  In other words, it would appear that I was delusional or lying.  One of the worst things for me is to be called a liar.  I naturally ​tell the truth, and it is hard for me to lie.​  So, I just broke up with him, and surprisingly, he did not put up much of a fight.  He was out of my life for good.  Well, that is what I thought.​

Today, I was sitting on my dorm room bed​, studying for an exam, when I heard a knock on my door.  I thought it was one of my roommates and opened ​the door.  However, I was greeted by a boy around my age.  It was him, but I did not recognized him right away because he looked different.  He was not overweight anymore, and he was taller than before.  He hair was darker, and his eyes were a different color.​  I realized it was him​ when he spoke and said my name in a certain way that he only could do.  "Hello, Kira." He said with a grin as he forced his way into my room and closed the door.  He forced me to sit on the bed.  Then, he bent down and placed his ​hands on the edge, looking at me in the eye.​  "Did you really think you could get rid of me that easily?​  You belong to me.  I have been looking for a virgin like you for a long time, and now that I found you, I am not going to give you up.  Do you know how hard it is to find a virgin these days, especially one like you?" He said with determination in his eyes.  "What are you talking about?" I asked with a shaky voice.  "When I took your virginity, we formed a contract.  You are my mate forever.  That is what you get when you have sex with a demon." He said with a cocky grin.  "There is no escape, my dear."​

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