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    Charmaine l Siren l chandelier-stars
    Aurora l Witch l BearGirl

    Bennie l Vampire l chandelier-stars
    Triston l Werewolf l BearGirl
    March 10th, 2017 at 12:57am
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    (I had a thought that since this is modern times, she'd be a DJ and she mixes her own voice into the songs)

    Charmaine sat outside of their small apartment, her legs draped over the fire escape where the cool metal pressed against her skin. If you looked closely, underneath her torn fishnets, you would see blue scales. Charmaine ran her fingers along them, grateful they just looked like tattoos to most mortals. She should be getting ready for her first night at the bar, but she could not get herself to get up from this spot. The fresh air filled her lungs in between her drags of smoke, which is probably something that a siren shouldn't do, but Charmaine was not really one for rules. She finished her cigarette, down to the filter and then dropped it down to watch it fluter from the 11th floor to the ground. If she stayed right here, in this spot, then the Hunter would never find them. If she did not move from right here, then they would literally never have to move again. Charmaine was tired of moving.

    Charmaine sighed, knowing that Aurora (her roommate) would be so angry with her for giving up. Aurora was persistent in them living as normal a life as they could. She stood up, grabbed her boots as she walked out and slipped them on lazily. "Aurora," she called, "I'm going to work." She slammed the door behind her. She didn't want Aurora to fuss over her or make a scene. If she wanted to, she'd come to see Charmaine's show or she'd stay home. Charmaine had many shows.

    She knocked on the back door, flashed her new found badge to the bouncer and walked in. The DJ before her was already mixing music to fill the time slots and she smirked. He was good, but he was missing something - he was missing a siren's voice. It was probably unfair, but using her own particular set of skills seemed like the best way to simply survive. She walked over to the bar, she was twenty minutes early and could use a drink.

    "Tequila, please," she said, lazily to the bartender, focusing her attention the DJ spinning.
    Bennie wiped the bar, watching the usual crowd of people traveling in. He took a swig from his laced drink of whiskey and coke, licked his teeth and then offered a smile to the patrons. The murmur of people, the familiar thumping of music was what helped him to pace the minutes, the moments that all seemed to blur by when you live for an eternity. If there was anything Bennie did know, it was that this was his least favorite kind of music. Bennie worked at many bars, some small and quiet and some loud like this one. In truth, he hated clubs, but the culture now seemed to prefer them over small and quaint bars. He tried his best to respect the musicians, but how could he? They only used computers and Bennie remembered what it was like before all of that.

    The other problem was that Bennie missed the intimacy of drinking. In the past, people would get to know him, but now, they barely looked at him much like the girl with the blue hair in front of him. He filled her order quickly and then looked around for his friend and roommate, Triston. They were an unlikely pair, a werewolf and a vampire, but they were similar. They were kindred souls or at least, that's what Bennie told himself to have it make sense. He'd rather be with Triston than with a hoard of vampires in some abandoned dark building. At least, in this way and this job, he was not stuck in the old world or the glory days.
    March 11th, 2017 at 03:06am
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    (That sounds good!)

    Aurora was sprawled out lazily on the couch as she heard Charmaine leave the apartment. She wanted to go see her show, but didn't necessarily want to be there the whole time. Besides, her friend would still need time to set up and get the crowd roaring before it anything would really happen. So in the meantime, Aurora had some time to relax and keep flipping through the tv channels. It was entertaining enough since mortal tv was so odd.

    After an episode and a half, Aurora pushed herself onto her feet and went into her room, needing to get dressed. Even though Charmaine was the DJ, the bouncer wasn't just going to let her in. And considering it was a Friday night, Aurora needed to look hot. Not that Aurora really minded it. She absolutely loved attention. Aurora always wanted to be the life of the party, normally the host if she could swing it. Ah it was always so much fun! The way she could light people's faces up, make their days, make them love her. And normally all it took was a bat of her eyes, and a little bit of magic. But she couldn't use her magic as freely as she wished anymore- at least not so publicly. So now she had to just has to rely on her personality. Which was almost as good...almost.

    Once Aurora had pulled on a crop top, black skinny jeans and her pink pumps. She used her magic to curl her hair, and do her make up. For a moment, she looked in the mirror to ensure that her eyes were a bright green instead of their natural color, which would give her away as a witch. Then at that point, she grabbed her purse and was on her way out of the door.

    When she arrived at the club, the bouncer let Aurora in immediately. She headed straight to the bar, wanting to get a good spot to see Charmaine at work. Her music was always brilliant, especially with her siren's voice. Aurora managed to find a spot towards the end of the bar, by a guy, where she was able to see her friend perfectly.
    Triston sat at the very end of the bar when he came in from work. It had been a good day so far, and his clothes haven't ripped yet so that was a huge plus. After all, it was difficult not to have to do some transforming during the day, especially when dealing with some of the difficult animals. But all of them had been good, which was quite a surprise and a pleasure. So when he did arrive to the club, Triston had been in a fantastic mood.

    The bouncer let him in with no hesitation and once he was there, his seat was free. It was a spot at the end of the bar. Since he was there quite often because of Bennie, it basically was his. To the point that some of the bartenders even tried to keep it free for him during the times he normally came. He leaned into the bar, trying to wave down Bennie once he was there. Triston wanted a drink, and to see how his friend was doing. Though as he did that, he noticed the gorgeous girl sit down next to him, and a small grin came across his face. Damn he loved this club. They always got the best looking girls in the city. Even the DJ was beyond attractive - which seemed unusual for DJs since they were normally guys. Plus, there was something about her music that was amazing.

    Once Bennie finally made eye contact with him, Triston's grin widen. "Bennie! What's up? How is the day going? And is there possibly a drink on the house for me?"
    March 12th, 2017 at 02:10am
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    Charmaine knocked back two shots before wiping her hands off and heading backstage. The other DJ on stage was wrapping up and she needed to get set. He set a playlist to go while she got ready. She was nervous which was unusual since she had equipped her music to be a surefire success. The unfortunate truth was, that she couldn’t get too famous lest the Hunter find them once again. She needed a sure fire way to hide her identity on stage and in this weird mortal world, it was actually pretty normal to hide your face as a DJ. At their last place, Charmaine had not been so careful so this time she would be. Before heading onto the stage, she slipped on a black bird-cage veil to cover her face and shrugged off her embroidered jean jacket.

    Once a stage, she put on her headphones, tied her noticeable blue hair up and glanced into the crowd. No one was exactly paying attention, but that was to be expected. She was new in town and no one even knew her name (she had yet to decide on a new stage name), so she tried not to let it bother and to just get into the music. Before long, she was flowing in between songs pretty much perfectly and she had the entire crowd jumping, grinding and moving to the music. She was sweating, but couldn’t get her hands underneath the veil, so she just let that happen too. At the very end of her set, the club went dark and a mystical blue light (like the ocean) settled across faces. “Thank you very much,” she breathed.

    She ripped off the veil, wiped her face and let her hair fall around her shoulders. She took a swig of the water backstage, cringing a little at how fresh it was, before throwing her jacket back on and going to find Aurora. That was not a difficult task as Aurora was already leaning against the bar, talking to a guy which is exactly how she expected to find her.

    “Hey,” she said, looking for the bartender and giving Aurora a small smile.
    It felt like ages that the sub-par DJ was on the stand and even longer for Triston to arrive. By the time he did, a new DJ was spinning and her music even had Bennie bumping along to it. Though, he didn't do it too noticeably. Besides, it was frantic tonight and the longer this DJ played, the more rambunctious and sexually charged the crowd seemed to get. It was only 11:00 at night, but the club felt the way it did at 2:30 when everyone was trying to decide who to go home with. Bennie made his way around the bar to Triston's usual seat and was already pouring Triston a whiskey drink before he even asked for the free drink. On slower nights, Bennie couldn’t get away with this, but the club was so packed tonight that he was sure no one would even notice. He poured the drink into two glasses and smiled.

    “Of course, mate. Bottoms up,” he said, slugging his drink backwards. “It’s going brilliantly. You know how much I love this new-age music,” he said, a little too sarcastically. Before he could say anything else, someone started waving a twenty dollar bill and Bennie dashed away. He made a few rounds of drinks, bumping into a few of the other bartenders before grabbing his specially made cocktail and heading back to his friend. He threw his rag over his shoulder and smiled. “At least busy keeps me distracted though that wasn’t too bad,” he commented as the other DJ wrapped up. He picked up the conversation where it left off with little regard to see if Triston was even available to continue the conversation as it was.
    March 12th, 2017 at 04:29pm
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    "Yeah, I thought she was great! But you gotta stop only listening to that old school music, Bennie. Otherwise you're never going to like anything but." Triston said, He was used to Bennie disappearing for a bit and then coming back to keep talking like he had never left. So he always tried his best to rejoin Bennie into the conversation, especially if someone new showed up. So he nodded to the girl that he had been talking to for most of the night, opening his mouth to introduce her. "Anyways this is-" Though at that moment, the DJ came up and started to talk to Aurora.

    Aurora smiled widely once Charmaine came to join her at the bar. "Hey! You sounded great. Though I am sure that you knew that." She gave her a small wink before nodding out to the club. Many of the guests were already pairing up, making out and leaving to head somewhere else. Though that was one of the powers of a siren's voice. Aurora passed Charmaine a drink she had ordered for her when the set was done. She knew her friend would come find her, and ultimately want something. Leaning back a bit, Aurora revealed to Charmaine the boy that she had been talking too for most of the night so far. "This is Triston." She said with a smirk. "And Triston here, told me that not only does he like your music, but that you are also pretty fucking hot." Aurora gently nudged Triston before letting out a small laugh.

    Triston looked at them both with some surprise before a bit of embarrassment soaked in. "Well hey, that seems a bit unfair. I didn't know that you knew her, or that you were just going to out me like that." He said, rubbing the back of his neck before letting out a light laugh. Overall, he wouldn't mind if the DJ found it flattering rather than creepy. But one never knew. Plus it would suck if Aurora had just ruined his chances. So deciding to move on a bit, Triston cleared his throat before giving her a light wave. "Anyways, I am Triston. And you are an amazing DJs. Definitely one of the best that this club has seen for a while."

    He then nodded to Bennie. "This is Bennie, he is my roommate and the best bartender here." Triston chuckled a bit. It was easy for Bennie to be the best bartender considering he was a vampire. He was able to move a bit faster and memorize more than the other mortals here. "And Bennie, this is Aurora and her friend, the DJ."

    Aurora smiled widely at Bennie. She had been sneaking looks at him throughout the night, because damn was he hot. And somehow, Aurora had picked the right guy to sit by. "Hey. I have to agree with your friend. These are probably some of the best drinks I've ever had." She said smoothly, giving him a light, almost teasing little smile. She then looked to Triston for a moment. "And the Dj happens to be my roommate. Her name is Charmaine."
    March 12th, 2017 at 05:14pm
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    Charmaine casted wary eyes towards Triston as he rubbed his neck. He was scruffy but in a handsome way. He was nervous clearly and to an extent, it was cute. Charmaine glanced at Bennie then and wondered what kind of magic Aurora used to trap two very handsome men. Either way, she graciously took the drink that Aurora gave her and downed it in two sips; she was always thirsty. She was trying to let the nerves roll off of her and to let Triston finish babbling nervously. She was used to men falling all over her for her voice alone and she was, in fact, wondering why Triston and Bennie seemed more in control than most of the humans around them. Either way, his control and his nerves coupled together made Charmaine smile softly.

    “You’re cute,” Charmain said, laughing lightly and setting down her now empty glass. “Bennie, lovely to meet you. Can I have another?” She asked before dropping her other hand onto Triston’s arm. “Well, you know what I do, what do you do?”

    Bennie watched his friend with a mild interest, grabbing the glass to clean it before turning his attention to the black haired woman standing in front of him. He started making Charmaine another drink, tequila he recalled. “How lucky are we to live in such a small world,” Bennie commented. In truth, despite his years of experience, Bennie was horrible at flirting. He was a great listener, which is helpful for a bartender, but he was never good at actually beginning conversations. It's why he has never been in love or found a mate. He was simply a loner until he met Triston. Even then, it was strange to find a companion in a species he's suppose to hate. Either way, Aurora was far too beautiful and her eyes were almost hypnotizing, even for a vampire. “Another?” He asked, nodding towards Aurora’s drink
    March 13th, 2017 at 12:26am
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    Triston felt instantly less nervous once Charmaine had called him cute. Thankful that Aurora hadn't accidentally ruined his chances by being much too truthful within the first five seconds. Some girls did not like it when men were straightforward right away, but she seemed to not mind it. So maybe he should continue with it? Though that was not quite his style. Most woman tended to melt around him once they knew what he did for a living, which always made it a lot easier. "I am a veterinarian." He told her with a grin. "Half of the time I deal with farm and zoo animals. Otherwise, I am at the clinic with the at home pets." Triston was the vet that was always sent to deal with the large, more dangerous animals. He always did well at it, and that was partly due to him being a werewolf. Most animals did not want to square up to his species.

    "Very lucky indeed." Aurora nodded to Bennie when he asked if she wanted another. She enjoyed drinking quite a bit, but was unable to drink anywhere near the amount that Charmaine did. While she was a witch, unfortunately, her alcohol tolerance was more human in nature. As Bennie poured her and Charmaine another glass, Aurora watched him closely. She couldn't tell if he was aware that she was flirting with him or not. Aurora hoped that he was, but it was hard to tell. Once he set down her drink, Aurora moved so her fingers brushed against his before she lifted it up to her lips and took a sip. After setting it down, she leaned a bit closer to him. "So, Bennie." Aurora purred his name. "Tell me a little about you. What do you do when you're not at work?"
    March 13th, 2017 at 01:50am
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    Charmaine smiled, sliding a little closer and placing herself in between Aurora and Triston. She fit nicely in between them both, though it did allow for her to be a little closer to Triston than he may be comfortable with. Not that it should matter, he may be stronger than other men, but nothing could stop him from getting a little mesmerized by her voice - or at least that was what she had to assume. She knew it was possible for their to be other magical creatures who could resist her if they really tried, but it didn’t seem like Triston wanted to try to resist her. She had to wonder what she would do with him? Suck him dry, keep him around for a little, or genuinely enjoy his company? She smirked a little at her own thoughts; as if. It was in her nature to sing until there was no soul left in the man and perhaps she should feel guilty for this, but it was within her nature. Alas, Aurora did not let her ever completely succumb to her nature because they both know how that works. Plus, they agreed to try to be good. It was just really quite difficult.

    “A vet?” She said, raising a brow. She stirred her drink and humming softly as she did. She then popped her finger in her mouth to lick off the extra alcohol (never waste alcohol). “Riveting. What’s your favorite animal?” She added, letting the humming carry on softly.

    Bennie did his best to seem detached from Aurora, but she had his full attention. He wiped the counter once more and then, Aurora’s scent was as close to him as it possibly could be. She was magical, yes. He could tell now. She had a certain smell to her of another creature, not mortal. Her heart beat differently now that she was close enough for him to filter out the sound of the music. He glanced up at her, studying her features as quickly as he could without pausing for too long that it felt unnatural. He smiled, one that should dazzle, but it probably would not affect her. He glanced over to Triston and the other girl wondering if she too was magical. He didn't feel in danger and clearly, Aurora was not trying to harm him so he could and should play along. Triston always said he was a little paranoid, but being chased by stakes for almost a hundred year did that someone.

    “I sleep during the day because I work all night, you see. What do you do? There is something different about you,” he said.
    March 13th, 2017 at 02:04am
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    With Charmaine moving in closer to Triston, he was thrilled. Somehow, this was going extremely well for someone he had only met moments before. Triston then moved in closer to her, trying to close the gap between them a bit more. He took a long sip of his drink before setting it back down onto the bar. His eyes stuck on hers the whole time, and he was listening intently to that beautiful voice that she had. It was just so alluring. Triston was hoping he could get this girl to his place tonight. He was sure that they would have plenty of fun.

    "My favorite animal is a dog." Triston said with a chuckle. "What can I say? Man's best friend right?" They were also the species that was closest to werewolves. And since he was one, it was much easier to communicate with dogs than it was with any other animal that came through the clinic. So they were the best to deal with. Besides, who didn't love a big fluffy animal? "How about you? Any animals in general that you prefer?"

    Aurora's eyes lit up once Bennie said there was something different about her. The way he said it made her wonder if he somehow knew that she was a witch, or that she was at least of magic. Perhaps, maybe there was something different about him too? Otherwise how would he seem to know so easily? Of course, Bennie could be saying that for other reasons but he seemed so sure that she was in fact different. It just had to be that. Without asking, Aurora leaned over the bar, suddenly grabbing onto his wrist as she looked into his eyes. Her own eyes had a sudden flash of white go through them as she checked Bennie for magic. It was a quick and easy spell. She could sense magic when she used it and there wasn't even a need for an incantation, which was unusual for spells.

    With the quick check, Aurora could sense that he was indeed a magical creature and her smile widen more as she let the true color of her eyes come through. They could stay for a while now she knew who he was. "And you and your friend are quite different too aren't you?" She slowly let go of his hand, making sure her fingers brushed against his skin as she moved back into her stool. "I knew there was something that I liked about you. Not too hard to figure out what you are, considering the sleep all day comment." Aurora raised an eyebrow at him. "Tell me if I'm wrong, but your friend is certainly not one of you..." She looked to Triston. "But what matches well with a vampire?" Aurora let out a small hum.

    With Triston's attention on Charmaine, he almost didn't notice Aurora grab onto Bennie. But once he did, he looked over and heard what she said. Triston immediately looked to Charmaine, wondering if she was magical before looking to Bennie. He raised an eyebrow, trying to figure out if these two girls were suddenly a problem or a happy coincidence. But whatever Bennie did, Triston would be quick to follow his lead.
    March 13th, 2017 at 03:27am
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    Charmaine smiled, assuming that man’s best friend was just another human phrase. Charmaine did not really consider dogs to be pleasant; they were loud and required a lot of attention. They were too warm and attached. No, she definitely preferred the ocean, the sea and its creatures. They were (mostly) quiet and serene, aside from when they needed to eat. They mostly just existed in the ocean, exploring the vastness of it all. The ocean’s creatures were also smarter than other creatures because they were completely self-sufficient, just like she used to be. Though, she has never owned or spent an extended period of time with a dog, so who was she to judge.

    “Um,” she said, biting her lip, “Probably a shark.” She laughed lightly. “Not the crazy killer shark that everyone is afraid of, but like actual sharks. These massive strong creatures. Did you know that sharks used to be called sea dogs?” She said, a little sparkle in her eyes.

    Bennie focused in on Aurora’s eyes and he smiled. She was quick and that was something Bennie could appreciate. Bennie’s hand stayed open as a result of warmth and pressure of her fingers. Her flash of magic was enough evidence; a witch. Bennie and Aurora were equally creatures in history and that was something that Bennie appreciated. Though, he has not been hunted in some time. He perfected the way to hide in plain sight and to appear normal. He smiled at her, even though her uttering the words in vampire in public made him feel a little nervous. She caught onto Triston as well and he shrugged, “Not really a conversation for a public forum. Don’t you think, love?”
    March 14th, 2017 at 12:10am
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    Aurora let out a light laugh as she softly moved back into her seat. "I suppose that it is not, love." She teased before glancing around the bar. it seemed that no one was paying to them, which was good. "It has just been a while since I meant anyone different, so I let my excitement get the best of me." She rewrapped her fingers around her glass, but her eyes stayed on Bennie, watching him closely. "But now that you mention it, maybe there is somewhere more private we can all go to talk?" Aurora did want to get Bennie out of the bar, and really be able to talk to him. Plus, if it was just the four of them, it meant that Aurora would be able to show them some magic and she missed entertaining greatly.

    Running her finger around the rim of the glass, Aurora batted her eyelashes. "It would be nice to be able to talk to someone more like us." She said warmly as she re-leaned closer to Bennie. "What do you think, Bennie."

    Upon seeing that Bennie did not seem concern about Aurora, Triston immediately started to calm down. If Bennie was fine with what had happened, it was probably all good. Though now at least he knew that there was something going on with these girls, whatever it was. But even so... "It would be fun for us to hang out outside of the bar." Triston said, looking at Bennie and Charmaine to see what they would say about that. Of course, he wanted to just some more alone time with Charmaine. Though from the way Aurora was batting her eyes, he had the feeling that she wanted some alone time with Bennie.

    He then looked to Charmaine. "What do you think? Maybe we could talk about your favorite animals the sea dog." He grinned larger. "I actually have a few sharks that I am the vet for at the zoo.'
    March 14th, 2017 at 02:13am
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    Bennie ran his fingers through his hair nervously. Aurora was beautiful and clearly she was powerful. Bennie understood hunted creatures, but was unsure if he would understand a witch. If anything, she is not completely repulsed by him nor has she questioned why he’s alone. More often than not, vampires travel in some sort of group. It’s rare for vampires to not have some companion or to be living with their Sire. Bennie was a rare exception, but Aurora seemed to be too. Where was her coven? He pushed these thoughts of his head. He was being paranoid and anxious which Triston always told him to stop doing. He was not very good at being relaxed and free, which may be surprising considering his occupation. He simply did what made sense. He found a skill set and he decided to make money. He checked the clock, nodded to a few patrons desperately trying to get his attention and then sighed.

    “Well, there’s still an hour left before this place closes and I have a job,” he said, focusing on the person just to her right as they shouted a drink order. He looked back to her and smiled, “You’d have to wait for me,” he said, sliding the drink to the other person and speeding away to help his coworker that was struggling with an influx of customers.

    Charmaine tracked Triston’s eyes to his friend, Bennie. He was clearly looking for approval and Aurora was lusting after the bartender. If there was anything that Aurora and Charmaine were skilled at, it was both sex and pretending like nothing was wrong. Should they be more responsible and in control of their actions? Probably, but tonight seemed like an exception. Charmaine's adrenaline from her set was still pumping. If Bennie didn’t say yes, he’d be a fool and she and Aurora would be very disappointed. He did delay them, but he was right. It would be rude to ask him to skip out on work. They had just a little while left in the bar before they could escape to someone’s apartment. Charmaine turned back to Triston. “Well, I think it all depends on how Aurora feels about waiting. Honestly, I don’t have much patience. Sort of a fly by the seam of pants, moment to moment kind of girl,” she said, finishing her drink and sliding a little closer. “Maybe we can go dance."
    March 14th, 2017 at 04:30pm
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    Once Bennie headed off down the bar, Aurora's eyes filled back with their green color, hiding the unnatural color her eyes normally had. She had felt safe enough to show Bennie them, but the whole bar? That was much too big a risk and one that she couldn't really afford to take...Even if this country didn't outlaw monsters, there were more than enough hunters lurking around that would try to kill them off one by one.

    Slowly, she turned her head, looking at Charmaine and Triston when she heard Charmaine say her name. Aurora moved her head over Triston's shoulder, smiling widely at the two of them. "Don't worry, Charmaine. I have a little patience tonight. So you two go have some fun." Aurora gave Charmaine a wink before pushing Triston away from the bar and towards the dance floor. Oh Aurora would certainly wait for a magical creature. Even if he wasn't part of her species, it had been long enough that Aurora would be happy to be with anyone that might understand being magical.

    Triston was able to catch his step as Aurora pushed him away from the bar. He quickly turned, taking Charmaine's hand and pulling her with him. "Then lets go." With a large, toothy grin, Triston headed out onto the floor with her. It seemed that Bennie was willing to spend time with the girls after work and fortunately, Aurora was willing to wait for him. That just left him needing to entertain Charmaine for the next hour. Though despite her apparently not being one for patience, Triston thought he would be able to satisfy her for now. So grabbing onto the small of her waist, Triston started to show her what he got.
    March 14th, 2017 at 06:23pm
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    Bennie continued working through the night, eyeing Aurora from the corner of his eyes. She was sparkling and in more than just a magical sense; her aura and her energy were magnetic. Perhaps she was using magic. Across the bar, he almost had to watch her. His eyes were drawn to her in a way he had not been drawn to a woman before. Perhaps he was lonely and a little desperate, but this seemed like the night to avoid and ignore his moral compass. He saw Triston dancing with the other girl and he was affirmed. Tonight would be a good night to be a little more fun and a little looser than he would usually be.

    Charmaine moved to the dance with Triston on her heels and she smirked. The music was not hers or as good as hers, but she was riding a different kind of energy now; the kind of energy her species lived on - sexual energy. She honed in on it as the danced, their hips rocking to the beat of the music. He was good, better than he let on at first. He was good enough that she was distracted for long enough. No words were necessary all the way until the lights turned on. She laughed, pulling her hair into a messy knot and laying a hand on Triston’s chest. “Well, it’s nice to spend the night with someone who knows how to dance,” she said with a wink. “Let’s grab water.”

    The crowd was trickling out and Bennie was wiping down the bar and cleaning up glasses when Aurora’s friend came back. He set the glass down and waved goodbye to the other bartender. Bennie always stayed late, so tonight was a night of exceptions for him. “Are we ready?” He asked, corking a brow to them both. “Bennie, by the way,” he said, extending his hand to Aurora’s friend. He was not entirely sure that manners were being used all night (which he noted to remember for tomorrow).

    Charmaine took Bennie’s hand and smiled. “Nice to meet you. Your friend Triston here is quite the guy,” she said, a little song in her voice.
    April 6th, 2017 at 05:39am