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Final Tears From Hell

By BrittanyWilton All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Other

Chapter 1

"He's coming up at your left."

"We'll get him," a male said into his ear piece, connecting him to his younger brother. A tall tanned male was running across roof tops, looking to his left to see a young man with glowing red eyes. "He's going down."

"We have to get him," the other male huffed looking around the building. "Before he decides to kill someone else. Remember Miranda and Danielle are taking care of the girl, so we have to do this without them."

"Jerry, I think we can take down a newborn."

"Austin, don't get too cocky. Miranda has told you that it could be your biggest downfall," Jerry said while sensing around himself. Making sure there were no human's that the newborn could kill. If there was he would have to stop them. "Just be quick, we don't want any more human's hurt, because you were slow."

"Of course not," Austin told him, while kicking the newborn into another building, braking the bricks as he meet the wall. "Tell me if anyone's coming."

"A women and three kids," Jerry said while spotting the women's brown hair. The kids had stopped because the oldest had seen something in window she wanted. "You'll have to hurry up. Miranda and Danielle are going to the meeting spot."

"Got it," Austin told him, while pulling out a sliver gun and shooting the other in the head, making him go back, before cutting the other into small pieces. He didn't say anything, since the other male was too far gone to say or understand anything. He thanked ever god and goddess he knew that he wasn't that bad. "Jerry, his dead."

"Miranda and Danielle are at the meeting place and are burning the women," Jerry told him a smile on his face as he ran to his brother location. "We'll need to take him."

"Good thing we carry around bags."

"Only you Austin, only you."

"How did it go?" Miranda asked. She was worried about Austin, since she knew he didn't like to kill others and this was his first time against a newborn. "You were able to…"

"Don't worry, dear," Austin told her while putting his bags in the fire, Jerry quickly followed suit and both newborns started to burn. "Both Jerry and I are fine."

"So your first time went well?" Danielle asked looking at the burning bodies. They were in an alleyway, hoping to avoid people just in case they were asked questions, ones that they wouldn't be able to answer. "That's good. Miranda thought you would've froze, since we know that you don't like to kill."

"I don't like to kill the innocent," Austin told them. He had changed in the last sixty years, however, so did the number of newborns. Miranda and Danielle had to deal with at least ten of them a month. Ones who couldn't control their urge to kill. "However, the ones you get rid of. The one Jerry and I got rid of, they wouldn't have stopped until the human race didn't exist anymore or Hakan would've killed them when he had the human race under his thumb."

"See Miranda, he's fine."

"You were worried about Jerry," Miranda huffed as Austin pulled her into a hug, putting his head on top of hers. "And when are we meeting Siena? I hear she's been retired for a while. She's also close to dying, I think you should see her."

"We should," Austin said. He hadn't seen his sister in years. Until ten years ago, they stayed at Summer's castle. "I'm not sure how Siena would react through."

"She'll think she was seeing things."

"Or she has doesn't remember anything," Danielle said while Jerry just tipped on her arm and pointed to the other side of the alley. "Someone's coming."

"The women from before," Jerry told them.

"And we look like we've been in a fist fight," Miranda said looking at her torn clothes. "I don't even want to guess her reaction when she sees us."

"Are you okay?" a women asked. She was standing at the end of the alley, sleeping toddlers in a double pram and another toddler standing on a small black thing connected to it. "You look like you've been in a fight."

"Ma'am, we're fine."

"You shouldn't be treated like that, just because you have less than everyone."

"We were going to meet someone in the hospital, but we got a bit lost," Danielle told her a smile on her face. Out of everyone she was the best at thinking up stories on the spot, ones that could pass as the truth, while Miranda was good at dodging the question. "But we had a little run in, do you know the way to the hospital, our great-aunt is about to pass away."

"Sis, should we be going?" Miranda asked putting her hand on Danielle's arm. "Mum and Dad might get worried if we don't arrive at the hospital soon… I'm sorry Ma'am."

"Ma'am makes me feel old. I'm Lilian," she told them, while the two boys just looked at her. The fire that was keeping them warm was starting to go down, but she could smell burning meat coming from it. "And these are my children. Ellie is the oldest, Erin and Tristian are twins. And you?"

"I'm Miranda," she said while hiding behind Austin. She hadn't talked to a human for over sixty years and Drew wasn't the best.

"Aren't you a shy one?"

"Austin."

"Jerry."

Lilian looked at the two males. It looked like Miranda and Austin were, if she was right, going out. Since the two didn't like family, but she seemed close, but she could be wrong. While it looked like Jerry was close to the other blonde.

"Danielle."

"It's nice to meet you," Lilian told them giving them a soft smile. She felt that there was something off about them, like they weren't used to talking to others. "I'll give you my number. And I've got a map of the city if you need it."

"Thank you," Miranda whispered while accepting the book and the piece of paper with the women's number on it.

"That was new," Danielle said after the women had left. Miranda was studing the map while sitting in Austin's lap. Jerry was also looking at the map, since it'll help his tracking gift. "Miranda, I didn't know you were shy."

"Shut up."

"Danielle, the last human she spoke to was me, Jerry and my Dad," Austin said while Miranda just went back to looking at the map. Both his mate and brother were memorising it. "Of course, she's going to be a little shy, but I think it's cute."

"I'm not cute," Miranda whispered. "Besides we should get back to Poland. We don't need to run into anymore human's. That and Jerry can't find any more newborns here."

"True, but wasn't both Jerry and I the same?" Austin asked while they got up. His brown wings standing on his back. Jerry's wings were the same colour as Miranda's and Danielle's. "So what makes her different?"

"You knew what I was."

"And?"

"She thinks there's something off about us. Not that she's wrong," Miranda said looking at the sky. It was getting dark, which meant they were less likely to be seen. "Not that she's wrong, but vampires are only things of legend."

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