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Last Chance

By FixieGirl All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Horror


Her Breath came in ragged pants. Her legs were aching as she pumped them through the Forest. Behind her The Werewolf was gaining. She could hear the growls coming from behind. They were getting closer. Thorns cut through her legs and blood gushed from the wounds.

She kept on pushing and then..... a tree root lashed out of the mist and she stumbled and fell sliding onto rocks covered in Slime and scraping her knee in the process. She scrambled away from the forest as glowing eyes came closer.

The werewolf neared, a rabid hunger glowing in his red eyes.

"Go Away!" she screamed. It only smiled, fangs bared and ropes of drool hung from them.

"Thisssssssss wasssssss the Promissssssse Sssssssssophia." it snarled, air hissing out of his mouth. She could smell it's rancid breath.

"What Did I ever do to you?"

"you know Ssssssssnakie."

She shuddered at the nickname. He continued.

"the deal wasssss-" he was cut off by another yell from Sophia. He snarled and she screamed again.

"Help Me!!!!! This Rabid Wolf is going to kill me!!!!'

He growled at her and out of the mist grew black hooded figures with yellow eyes. The frosty air grew several degrees colder.

"Help me Uncle!" she pleaded. "For Ashley."

"Ashley is Dead. My daughter is dead. You killed her."

"Ssssssophia Thissssss issssss your lasssssst chancsse." The werewolf Hissed. She screamed and he drew his claws over her neck and she fell silent. Never to scream again.

"a pity Snakie. But this was the promise. Cure me or die. You chose the latter."

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