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

Killing Julie

By Erin_Seton All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Thriller

Chapter 1

May 4, 2002

“You’re mine now,” he said, climbing off of her.

And she rolled over and vomited, heaving and purging. Get it out get it out please, get it out of me. Only bile came up, replacing the taste of his mouth on hers. She could still feel him on top of her, inside her. She couldn’t throw that up.

As she lay there gasping, he grabbed her hair and forced her to look at him, insulted more by this than her silence during his claiming. He’d expected her refusal, for her to beg for him to stop. He heard nothing but silence. Some sort of hollow victory for her, he knew. But he’d won in the end, he always did. That was all that mattered.

But to vomit. To be so blatant about her revulsion. That was different. Throughout, there had been no screams, no curses, and no pleas. Even as he had her, dry and tight and unwilling, she was silent.

It was as if he had no effect upon her. Had she not vomited, he’d have believed it.

She was whimpering now. His grip was too tight, hurting her. She wanted him to let her go. He did.

“Stay there,” he said, suddenly gentle. “Lay down. It’s okay. There’s nothing to cry about.” He pushed her head back onto the pillow. She looked so pretty with her white face, her tear-stained cheeks. “Close your eyes.” She kept gasping, choking on air and her own disgust. “Stop crying.”

I’ll give you something to choke on, stupid whore.

Cold metal parted her lips, flattened her tongue. Briefly touched the back of her throat and made her gag again. “Go on, puke for me just once more. You can spew it out of the hole I’ll put in the back of your head.”

Her hands came up, grabbing at the gun, at his arm, but he only pressed the barrel deeper into her throat. “Pretend it’s my cock.” Her body convulsed as she fought him. Her legs kicking uselessly, sometimes hitting the wall, sometimes only air.

Thump thump

Fingers curled around his wrist as she dug her nails into the tender inside flesh.

“Let go if you know what’s good for you.”

Thump thump

As if she could pull the gun out.

“Let go,” he warned, feeling her nails dig deeper.

Thump thump

“You have to three. One.”

A strangled cry sounded. He smiled.

“Two.” He pulled the gun back slightly and let it tap the roof of her mouth. She released his wrist and let her hands fall to her sides.

“Good girl.”

For a moment, the two stared at each other, her eyes begging him, her hands stilled and obedient. He smiled and smoothed her hair off her brow. She closed her eyes, repulsed by his touch. He placed the muzzle of the gun against her forehead.

“Look at me, Julie.”

She did.

“Three.”

Continue Reading Next Chapter
Further Recommendations

SandraHan1: This story is very descriptive, with vivid scenes from the very beginning, which made for a good scene setting. I love the symbolism in names, such as “Naysayers”, “Hadd”, etc . The story itself is revolutionary, intriguing, emotional and exciting. I was very pleased to see that there is a happy ...

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...

Bad: The Setting was applicable to the characters, and it was a fantastic story the theological concepts were pretty interesting and the themes were intriguingThe author use the POV which the readers can feel, the characters all had a good back storyIt was a hooking story, and one of the unique book t...

Bad: The Setting was a perfect the characters and their chemistry between them, and the fact that they are relatable. The story also has some sick plot twists, which I never saw coming.The POV of the story was used in the story, if you read the story you could imagine the thought of ever characters.Th...

gdholt: A very believable story and an emotional read.. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys getting lost in a great book. Keep on writing.

Antionette Betancourt: I started this book on wattpad, and i was left on a cliff hanger. You have nonidea the dread i felt that i wouldnt be able to read the ending.

Ilanea Zavala: I loved it and well I really hope you continue writing more to the story.

N_F_G: This story was fantastic! It was really enjoyable, and the characters and locations felt real to me as I read the story! Celeste was an amazing character, who survived all her struggles, and I felt the author did an excellent job writing about suicide and self harm- in a sensitive, authentic mann...

More Recommendations

Nanasha: I thought I'd written a comment on this story, but for some reason, I guess it didn't go through. Anyway, so this story is intensely addictive. I liked how the author uses established mythology but then gives it a unique twist. The idea of goblins all coming from the head of the king is an ama...

Mary Abigail: I have always been a serious reader but reading romance has always been an outlet for me to be happy and this, makes me happy. It's entertaining with just enough drama and maybe a bit more - I do need more.

Mercurial._.Unicorn: I never knew that one of my favourite childhood cartoons could turn into such a beautiful story. Tho there are many grammatical errors and writing errors, this story warmed my heart to 100%. I would definitely want this book to get published and I would also buy it. It’s amazing character develop...

nehmeyasmin: It was the most heart warming but heart breaking story ever and I want the next part right away. It kept me hooked until the end even though there were a couple mistakes it was truly amazing. I think this book could go far if it wanted to

Jim E. Johnson: Rarely do I find a mystery that peeks my interest, but Jack Huber's Pat Ruger reminds me of Parker's Spenser or Spillane's Hammer! Strong character with the right connections and plot drivers to keep anyone engaged and never putting it down.The encounters of the characters Ruger engages, continue...

{{ 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.