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    Dinah couldn't remember much of her nightmare, but she counted herself lucky. Her heart was pounding fast inside of her ribcage, her pulse racing as she tried to catch her breathing. She had shot up in her bed do fast, a thin layer of sweat perspiring across her face. All she could remember were those eyes. Red hot, like fire. She still felt like she was being watched. Pushing the blankets off of her body, Dinah crawled out of bed, tying her silk robe around her waist tightly. The clock on her end table read 3:32 am and it felt like eyes were watching her every move.

    Creeping into the hall, she kept the lights off, not wanting to wake anyone as she tiptoed into the kitchen. The house was quiet and Dinah was doing her best to move silently, keeping her gaze lowered to the ground, watching out to make sure she wouldn't accidentally bump into anything. She praised herself when she made it to the sink, her eyes finally adjusting to the darkness. That and she had the the help of the moonlight coming through the kitchen window. Grabbing a glass from the cabinet, Dinah poured herself some water and out of the corner of her eye, saw red flashing lights from across the street. Not fast enough though, the second she looked up, there was nothing.

    Except... Her heart dropped to her stomach, fear paralyzing her in place staring at the shadowy figures of two men just standing on her lawn. They were dancing the house, just standing, just watching. Dinah took several minutes before she could force herself to move, bringing her hands up to her eyes, rubbing the sleep from her eyes. When she lowered her hands, opening her eyes once more, the men were gone. Just vanished.

    "I'm seeing things..." Dinah whimpered, feeling like she was trapped back in her nightmare again. Glancing out the window around their front yard again, just making sure she didn't see anything weird, Dinah finally relaxed and retreated back to her bedroom.
    "This is it?" Levi looked up at the house, dipping his hands in his trouser pockets. The princesses of hell lived in a little one story flat suburban home, with lawn gnome outside? There adoptive parents had such great taste, he couldn't wait to see the inside decor. The red flashing lights that lit up the neighborhood for a brief second was the powerful prince of hell discarding the house next door of it's occupants. The two brothers would need somewhere to stay while they figured out how to sink their claws into the girls.

    Noticing movement in one of the windows, Levi cocked his head and stared dead straight at the dark haired girl. There was no question about it anymore. He could smell morningstar blood running through her veins. Lucifer had spawned that child and if she had a sister, the same was true for her. "This is it," Levi confirmed for himself, before a small smirk settled on his face. "C'mon, brother. We have a busy day ahead tomorrow."
    The next morning, Dinah woke up, unable to shake the uneasy feeling that remained from the night before. After showering, getting dressed and brushing her teeth, she flung her door open and could hear her sister watching tv. Would Asher believe anything she told her, or would she sound insane to her sister?

    "Hey.. how did you sleep last night. O-Okay?" Dinah was still carrying her nightmare around. Every time she blinked, those red scalding eyes were sharing back at her. "Did you happen to see that red flashing light last night? That came from the neighbors? ..It woke me up," Dinah lied, shuffling over to the window in the living room. Picking the curtain back, she stole a look outside, seeing a strange man she'd never noticed before smoking outside of the neighbors. He was tall, with dark brown hair and a thick mustache, but that was all she could see from across the street. New neighbors? In the house where the flashing lights had come from?

    "We have new neighbors.. Think we should go say hi?"

    The man looked much older than she was, but still, it was polite wasn't it? After her sister agreed, the two pulled their shoes on before heading outside and crossing the road. Before walking up to the house, a second man appeared from inside. Both men were huge, muscular and intimidating. Chiseled features and gleaming eyes, like they were related to the gods. They were the most beautifully handsome men she had ever laid her eyes on. It almost seemed unnatural.
    Levi stepped outside after Bee, sensing that the girls were about to make an appearance. He couldn't blame them, they were bound to feel a pull towards their big brothers after all. They shared the same blood, and if Bee or himself were ever going to rule over Hell, they had to have their princess. Otherwise, they'd never be king. That was the rule and so they had left the safety of their fire and brimstone, instructed by their father not to return without their sisters. But the girls had a long way to go before they could enter the gates of hell, a lot they had to learn. They were practically fully human, it was pathetic.

    "Look how easy," Levi smirked, almost wanting to rub his hands together maniacally as the girls crossed the street. His golden hazel eyes ran up Asher, his tongue grazing over his bottom lip. She was a bombshell, beautiful emerald eyes, pouty pink lips, flawless skin... It almost felt like a sin that they had been kept apart. She had been raised on Earth by adoptive parents, he had been in hell under the watchful eye of his father. But seeing her now, she had to be his.

    "Hello, girls," Levi called, smirking as they came up their driveway. Tilting his head to the side, "We just moved in, but this might sound strange. You girls seem awfully familiar... I'm Levi, this is my brother Bee," he smiled, motioning towards Beelzebub behind him.
    May 5th, 2020 at 10:56am
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    Another night, another nightmare. Almost never the same one though. No, sometimes it was just blackness with screams surrounding her. Screams of pain, of fear, followed by laughter. Deep laughter, light laughter, a chorus, as if the screams were amusing. A show that the ladder was enjoying. Other dreams were filled with fires, the smell of smoke filling her nose and almost choking her. Others, of red eyes, of strong hands, fangs that could rip her throat wide open if she dared to allow it. That last one always stayed with Asher well into the morning, keeping her awake. It was so weird, but she almost always looked forward to that one.

    A gasp escaped from Asher's lips as she once again bolted upright. Her hand reaching over to her stuffed cat. A small dinky little pink thing that she couldn't get rid of since she was a child. The soft fur always caused Asher to calm down, it reminded her of home. Which was weird, because she was already home. She can't do sleepovers or she'll have a nervous breakdown, always, so while her sister had fun at sleepovers, Asher slept at home with her stuffed animal. "It's a dream, Zeke. Just a dream." Asher mumbled quietly, holding her stuffed animal to her chest and rocking for a moment. The screaming nightmare, that's the one she had.

    A flash of red flashed across Asher's cieling. So fast she was certain she had just imagined it. Breathing hard, Asher reached over to her nightstand to grab her anxiety medicine. Ever since she told her parents about her dreams, they had sent her to a psychiatrist. They gave her pills that were supposed to help, but they never did. So, she just pretended. Acted like nothing happaned. She couldn't even tell her sister, her twin. It was to embarrassing. She wasn't put together right. Her sister would think she was just as crazy as their parents. She took a pill.

    "I-It's okay Zeke, it was just a dream. Just a dream." Asher repeated, over and over. Her words getting quieter as she laid back down on the bed. She rolled onto her right side and held the child's toy to her chest. Her eyes closed as she tried to calm herself. Her fingers running over the toy in a petting motion, trying to get her mind to focus on that instead.

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    Seven AM, on a freaking Saturday. It was like clockwork, Asher would wake at dawn and then lay in bed for a half-hour. Even on the weekends and in summer. She just couldn't seem to sleep in. Getting dressed, Asher made her way out of her bedroom and into the living room. Laying down on the couch with her legs over the armrest, she flicked the TV on and put The WB on, watching the new episode of Pokemon that aired earlier this week. Her bright green eyes focused on the kids' show as she relaxed. The sun outside was starting to rise from where Asher could see through the cracks. Sun was good, the sun was safe.

    Not shifting from her unladylike position on the couch, Asher listened to footsteps coming down the hall and to the living room. Dinah was up, she could tell just from her footsteps. Watching her sister from the corner of her eye, Asher's eyes slowly narrowed at the questions that escaped from her sister's lips. "Like a baby." Asher lied, a lie that surrounded their life. Looking back towards the TV, she chose to ignore the topic of red lights. That was just a car passing by. Nothing out of the ordinary. Right?

    "New neighbors?" Asher mumbled boredly, turning her gaze to Dinah once more. She didn't need much prompting to go and see them. Where ever Dinah went, Asher liked to follow. Acting like a terrible protector even though they were the same age. Their birth mother had died in some abandoned barn or something and having only been found naked and crying by a man who was out walking his hunting dog. The fact that they were alive was a miracle.

    Outside, Asher wrapped her arms around her middle as she walked a step behind Dinah. Her green eyes roaming over the men. Tall, dark, and handsome, they looked like models. How they ended up on the poor side of town was beyond Asher. "Hi," Ash said quietly as she looked the guys over once more before slowly lowering her eyes. Her stomach was getting uncomfortably tight. Something was off, but she couldn't tell what. Lifting her head when the man named Levi continued to speak, the pull-in Asher felt more like a tug. His words seering into her mind. Causing her lips to slowly move into a frown. She's never seen this man before, yet, her body is calling to his. Casting a confused look Dinah's way, Asher pursed her lips as she looked at Levi. She couldn't tear her eyes away from him.

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    This house was like the size of his bedroom back at the estate. It was tiny, cramp. After ridding the old occupants and doing some work on the inside, this place still felt stiff. How could humans live in something so small? How could his sisters live in such squabble? Were their servants? Who cooked for them? Please tell Bee that they didn't cook for themselves, that sounded preposterous to him. A small snort escaped from the Prince of Hell as he took in the house once more as he walked through its narrow halls. Small, way too small for the Princes. He couldn't wait to be home, with his little Princess on his arm no-less.

    Stepping out onto the porch after the tugging in his chest intensified. A casual smirk worked its way onto the Prince's lips. His blue eyes roamed over the two girls as they moved towards their brothers for the first time. No dought feeling drew to them. "Sup," Bee said casually, using human slang when Leviathan introduced themselves to the young girls. His eyes roamed over Dinah, her delicious curves, those ample breasts, she had a body to kill for and Bee happily would just for a taste.

    "And who might you both be?" He asked, tilting his head to the side for a moment. Of course, they already knew the girl, but they couldn't know that. Observing the two girls as he leaned against the doorframe of the house. His jean-clad legs crossing at the ankle as his arms crossed. Casual, relaxed, so unlike how Bee usually was at home. How either of the brothers acted. They were knights, they had to always be on guard. Here, they were top dog. No cowering to daddy dearest while above ground.
    May 5th, 2020 at 03:51pm
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    Dinah hadn't expected the weird sense of familiarity to wash over her, but once they were right on their neighbor's porch, it was practically drowning her. Something told her she knew these men but she was certain she had never met either of them, not even in passing. But it wasn't just a warm, welcoming sense of familiar. No, there was dread behind it too, worry. And when one of the men opened their mouths, saying just what she had been thinking, a pit opened up in her stomach.

    "I'm Dinah," the darker haired sister forced herself to speak up, before gesturing towards her sister. Only older than her by only a few seconds, though she was used to speaking for the both of them in odd situations. "This is my sister, Asher." Taking a step closer towards her sister, Dinah was beginning to regret coming over here. Why hadn't she just minded her own business and forgotten about those red flashing lights? She just couldn't and she was sure they she had seen them come from this very house. How strange to wake up and find the Johnson family just gone, as if they had been whisked away in the middle of the night. Or perhaps, Dinah just hadn't been paying attention and had missed the moving vans over the last few days. "Sure this is obvious, but we live across the street. I didn't know we were getting new neighbors, just thought we'd come over and be nosy!" Fighting through her nerves, Dinah was trying to put her best foot forward and not come across as the awkward, clumsy idiot she really was.

    Nervously, her hand flew to the back of her neck, rubbing it out of an anxious habit. This was a new, strange feeling, one she hadn't ever experienced before. Looking past Levi's shoulder, towards the more brooding of the two, she felt something tug at her heart, causing it to miss a few beats. Was she mistaking infatuation for something else? She was certain she knew neither of these men and was almost just as positive her sister wasn't acquainted with them either. Looking towards her sister out of the corner of her eye, she noted the same look of confusion that they shared.
    Levi knew that the two of them had separate goals, but they were both using the same plan to get there. Of course, both boys wanted to rule over their fathers kingdom, exchange their princely titles for kingly ones, but... there could only be one king of hell. And unfortunately, it wasn't solely based on their own supernatural abilities and smarts. What was a king without his queen? Nothing. But if he made a mistake and picked the wrong sister, a strong king was equally just as worthless if weakened by a poor queen. The brothers were in competition. Both had to figure out how to weasel into the girls lives, feed them the truth without scaring them off and then, tirelessly try to teach them what they already knew, but just had forgotten.

    But Levi had already decided which sister had caught his attention. The quiet, meek little Asher. Stumbling over her own name, and besides that, Levi could see behind her eyes to the nightmares that still plagued her mind though she was wide awake. Those monstrous red eyes and gnashing fangs, hounds of hell were coming to her in her dreams. How terrifying that must be for her, he felt a pang of guilt, of failure. Having been absent from her whole life, Levi felt like he had betrayed the two young sisters. It was his job to protect them, and he couldn't even help Asher from the demons who plagued her in her sleep. It was something he had to just get past, telling himself that he was here now. He'd never leave her side again, and soon, he knew they would rule.

    "Lovely names, girls." He smirked, his tongue gently grazing over his bottom lip, though his eyes never left Asher. Don't you recognize me? Just a little subliminal message to her subconscious. Something Levi wondered if she'd even pick up on. "By all means, then, by nosy. What horrible hosts we are? Would you girls like to come in for a drink?"

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    May 5th, 2020 at 11:36pm
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    A shiver ran down Asher's back as Levi spoke. His dark tone had an edge to it. One that made you not able to help but to focus on. What made you want to pay attention when he spoke. Commanding in away. Ash wanted to hear him speak more, to listen to him talk about anything, everything. Levi's tongue moved across his bottom like drawing Asher's bright eyes. They looked so soft, so full. She wondered what they'd feel like against hers. The mere thought of kissing a stranger caused her brows to furrow. Asher's never been interested in kissing strangers before. So why Levi? Why him, of all people?

    Then, an echo sounded in Asher's mind and her eyes widened in confusion. Levi's voice echoed, sounding almost like a whisper as it bounced around in her skull. Did she remember him at all? Her lips parted slightly, almost wanting to voice her answer but couldn't find the will power. What would Dinah say or think if she randomly spoke the word no? Did she hear his voice, or was it her anxiety making things up again? Asher's brows furrowed, something was odd about these guys. Something was very odd.

    Blinking out of her thoughts as Levi spoke again, Asher's back straightened. Her eyes blinking back into focus as she once again focused on the man's lips. Not once did she look at his brother, Bee. He was non-existent to her as she only had eyes for Levi. "Yes, we'd love to." Ask mumbled, her eyes still focused on Levi's lips before raising to the man's golden browns. Getting lost in them. "Thank you." She mumbled quietly, and then followed the brothers as they were led into the house. Not bothering to look back at Dinah to see if she was going to follow along or not.

    Walking into the house, the first thing that Asher noticed about the place was how cold it felt. The floors were a dark wood color, almost black. The walls a stile white, like a hospital, it resembled cleanliness. Then, the L-shaped black leather couch that was to the left of the room, facing the back mentally with a large TV hanging from the wall. There weren't any pictures, making the place seem quite dull, boring. Then, a china cabinet near the entrance to the kitchen ahead of them caught Asher's attention and she was instantly drawn to it. "Wow." She mumbled quietly as she moved towards the cabinet, her eyes focusing on the crystal skulls that filled the cabinet.

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    As it seemed like Levi was doing most of the talking, Bee just stood back and relaxed. Taking everything in. Examining his target, the more curious of the two. The bold Dinah, she'll be a challenge. To convince that is, getting close to will be quite easy. She looks like she could use someone to lean on. Someone to vent to, someone who could ease her worried. Bee could be that he will be that. He will become Dinah's world, she will worship him like the King she was going to help him become. An in return, he shall show her how to be a true queen. With the power to make the men under them to their knees.

    Stepping to the side, Bee held the door opened and motioned with his free hand for the girls to go inside. "Come on, I make a mean tea." He lied casually, the words slipping past his lips like silk. He didn't know shit about teas, potions, on the other hand, he knew quite a bit about. Charms, summonings, child's play for the ancient demon. He wasn't a Prince of Hell in name only after all. He's tortured, tricked and killed his fair share of souls. He's as much a monster as their father. They both were. Cruel to the bone, with not a shred of guilt in their bones. If their father ever senses a thread of guilt in their souls, they'd be dead.

    Walking towards their kitchen, Bee went to the cupboard's that was near the sink and pulled out a teapot that the had conjured with a flick of his pointer finger. Filling it with water and setting it on the stove to warm, Bee went to the cupboard where he got the teapot and started to pull out a few nameless jars. Of course, he and Levi new what each herb was with just looking at it. Grabbing a stick of cinnamon, some dried apple, a few sprigs of thyme and some rowan wood for good measure, and tossed everything into the blender that they had to make the herbs into a nice fine powder to put in a cloth that he'd soak in the water.

    Usually, Bee would have just summoned everything, but this was the human world and they were entertaining two mostly human girls. Meaning, that Bee had to watch what he did around them. For now, until Dinah and Asher remembered what they were. Who they were. So, playing human was going to be fun. Until Bee gets bored that is and starts an uprising. He still got a laugh remembering the Salem witch trials that happaned because he and Levi were bored. Whispering things into those girls' ears, it was a fun time. Lots of delicious souls were offered to them. Looking over his shoulder, Bee spotted Dinah, a small smirk playing along his lips as he got the cups out for the tea. "Do you like sugar or honey in your tea?" He asked, trying to make conversation. His powers flickered against her mind, trying to wiggle its way in to get a glimpse of what she was thinking.
    May 6th, 2020 at 02:33am
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    Dinah was ready to refuse the invitation, sure that Ash felt just as uncomfortable as she did. No matter where she looked, down at her feet, towards Levi, or over at her sister, she could feel Bee's stare on her. Something was very off about these guys, something that seemed malicious. But before she could open her mouth to decline, her sister was already walking into the house after Levi. Great. Taking in a deep breath, Dinah swallowed thickly before following in after them.

    The house looked bare, like the men didn't own much. As if, they just showed up out of nowhere, with only the clothes on their backs. It was strange, she couldn't shake the weird suspicion that something terrible happened to the family that used to live here. Dinah watched her sister follow after Levi like a love-struck pup and even he seemed to be staring her sister up and down. What is going on here? Stepping through the living room, Dinah thought it was odd that the only furniture in their living room was the L shaped couch and television, no personal touches anywhere. Looking up, she watched Bee disappear into the kitchen and started to follow after him. Asher seemed preoccupied anyway and if she wanted to get to know the new handsome neighbor, she wasn't about to stop her.

    Following him into the kitchen, Dinah looked up, admiring the hanging lights before mindlessly answering his question, "honey." Dropping her eyes back down to him, she watched the older man move around the kitchen, putting the tea on. It smelled sweet and fruity and suddenly, she realized just how thirsty she was. "Where are you guys from," she asked, moving around the kitchen towards the sink, so she could peer out of the kitchen window. "You moved in so quickly, didn't even really notice the other family move out..." She wasn't afraid to poke him, to try and figure out if something weird was going on here or not.

    Dinah turned around to face the tall man, leaning back against the counter and crossing her arms over her chest. "It's like you guys just appeared out of thin air, weird," she laughed, a playful smile on her face.
    Levi watched Asher move around the living room, and while she was preoccupied wondering why there was so little furniture, he was grinning from ear to ear watching Dinah follow after Bee. Leaving the two of them alone. While her back was turned, with a little spin of his pointer finger, he made a curio cabinet appear, filled to the brim with crystal skulls. Something for her to admire if she needed some sort of decoration. All handcrafted, molded by the fires of hell. "Wonderful, aren't they?" Levi smirked, closing the door behind him quietly, letting the lock fall into place.

    It was so obvious to him that she had a darkness brewing inside of her. Evil ran through her veins and he just knew the moment she could tap into it, she'd be so willing to use it. He watched her face light up, admiring how her eyes seemed to glow looking at something that impressed her. Soon, she'd look at him like that, with love in her eyes and not just the lust filled look she gave him now. Begging to feel his lips on hers, taste his tongue... Little Asher was a naughty thing, with dirty little thoughts and he couldn't wait to push her over the edge.

    Finally catching her eye once she looked away from the cabinet, Levi's eyes had gone a deep crimson red, but only for a second. He blinked, and upon opening his eyes again, they were back to normal. Just a little bit of his true form slipping through, something that happened every now and then when he was using his powers. "Why don't we give your sister and Bee some privacy, while he makes our drinks? It'll take the tea few minutes," his words fell off his tongue, coated in persuasion as he willed her to follow his lead as he headed back down the hallway, towards his bedroom. It was the one room he had put his own spin on. A large king sized bed with black silk sheets and a wonderfully crafted gothic headboard. The walls were painted a dark black, and curtains decorated the walls, giving it a very vampiric, elegant look. Something that reminded him of back home.

    Opening the door for her, Levi motioned for her to step inside first, wanting to make sure there was no possible escape for her. That was funny to think of anyway, in her current state, a pathetic little human, there would be no escaping him at all. "You know, Asher, I'm sure you feel this pull, don't you? Tell me I'm not the only one..." He stepped up behind her, letting his hand gently brush the hair off of her shoulders. He could smell her blood, sweet, mouthwatering, tantalizing... One little bite wouldn't do any harm and then she'd be his, his little pet...

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    May 6th, 2020 at 03:54am
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    There were so many beautiful crystal skulls in the cabinet. Red ones, blue ones, clear ones, and some of them were two tones. Crystals always fascinated Asher. When she was younger, she remembered always growing sugar crystals in the kitchen until her mom threw them away for bringing in fruit flies. After the tenth one she made, she just gave up. Not wanting to make anymore and then watch her work go into the garbage. Sticking to reading or watching TV, two other habits that annoyed their mom, but oh well.

    The squeak of the floorboards behind her squeaked as someone stepped on a loose one and called to Asher's attention. Turning to look at Levi as he neared her, she could have sworn she saw his eyes turning red. Blood red, to be exact, but as soon as she saw them they were normal. Almost like a trick of the eye. Magic. "Okay." She mumbled quietly, her head nodding once at Levi's request to give Bee and Dinah some privacy. Passing the kitchen, Ash noticed that Dinah was quite close to Bee. Maybe she felt this weird pull as well?

    As Levi opened the door to a bedroom, Asher didn't think anything of it as she walked inside. Her bright green eyes roamed over the decore. It looked very gothic, spooky, evil. Goosebumps formed on Asher's body as she felt Levi's hand brush the hair from her shoulder. It wasn't fear that she was feeling though, but, excitement? The wonder of what was going to happen? Could happen? "How'd you know?" She asked quietly, not denying that she's felt a pull since she laid eyes on him. Slowly, she turned around to face Levi, Her eyes raising to look into his. "Why? What is this pull?" She asked, narrowing her eyes slowly, slowly becoming skeptical.

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    Glancing towards Dinah through the side of his eye, Bee couldn't help the twitch of his lip. What an observant little girl Dinah was. "We're from the city of sin." He said casually as he grabbed the honey from a cabinet near the sink and then set it on the counter as he leaned his hip against the counter. His eyes gazing down as he listened to Dinah continue, finding these girls questions to be quite funny. "We didn't move in actually." He started, standing up and moving to stand in front of Dinah instead. "We're house sitting, you see. our Uncle's job sent him away for work, my uncle and cousins decided that it'd be best the whole family moves temporarily to stay together. My brother and I are in the process of remodeling our own homes, so we said we'd stay to keep the place clean." Words as smooth as silk, as sweet as honey, lying, an easy sin to commit. A bitch to get out of and twist if caught.

    "That's probably why you didn't notice much. They didn't take a lot." Bee said, his hands reaching out and resting against the counter. Successfully caging Dinah against the counter. He used his mental power and brushed against Dinah's mind, he could feel something there but wasn't fully sure. "Are you into fairytales or something?" Bee asked, looking down at Dinah and doing his best to hide his amusement. "People don't appear out of thin air, Angel. An I certainly am no white knight." Raising a hand, Bee brushed a stray strand of hair behind Dinah's ear. His blue eyes looking into her beautiful light greens.

    Then, being brave, Bee quickly reached down and grabbed onto Dinah's hips and picked her up. Placing her on the edge of the counter, his crotch pressed against her knees, allowing her to decide on her own if she'd let him be close, or if she'd like the small speck of distance. Although, he was still in her head, able to control that she didn't want to push him away as badly. He didn't want to force her. He wanted her to want him. To need him, and that was something that he preferred to not use his powers for. It was more fun to do the old fashioned way. The human way. "You know, you seem so familiar. Like something's pulling you to me." He murmured, his eyes going to Dinah's lips. Willing her to lean forward to kiss him, to want him as badly as he wanted her. He wouldn't fuck her right now, but a nibble would be quite enjoyable.
    May 6th, 2020 at 04:52am
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    Levi decided to act innocent, as if he was just voicing his own confusion at the situation. "I don't know, you tell me..." He whispered, his voice dropping as his hand lowered from her shoulder, only to caress down her side. The playful demon stayed hidden behind her, almost close enough to lower his head now and take a nice, slow bite. It was always best to enjoy ones meals, savor every last drop... Hazel eyes began to deepen, tinting a crimson red once more as he thought about plunging his fangs into her sweet neck. "After all, you came to me, didn't you?" His hand stopped on her hip, resting gently against her curves. How he'd love to get lost on them.

    "Just a weird coincidence?" Levi continued, his other hand reaching up to hold her by the elbow. Seemingly a gentle touch, but all Levi was doing was simply holding her in place. There'd be no getting away from him once he decided to take what he wanted. No flinching or jumping... "Feels like we were fated to me, doesn't it...?" His voice continued to soften, even now as Levi leaned down, lowering his head towards her neck. His breath kissed her skin before he could, sending goosebumps running down her back. Levi could see them. "Stay still for me, won't you? No screaming."

    Opening his mouth wide, his fangs seemed to grow a few centimeters longer before he sank them down into her throat. Easily, without thought like taking a bite from an apple. Her blood was sweet, warm, but he wasn't focused on the taste, but rather how it made him feel. He could feel excitement coursing through his veins, his heart, that otherwise remained still indefinitely, gave one solid thump, something he'd never experienced. "Mmm," he groaned against her neck, his eyes gently closing as he enjoyed himself.
    Dinah felt her face heat up when the stranger convinced her of believing in fairy tales. Scoffing, her eyes dropped to the ground when he brushed her hair back. The way he called her angel, it turned her stomach. "Didn't say anything about you being a knight," she tested, crossing her arms over her chest as she brought her gaze back to his. Blue eyes, piercing, they reminded her of little jewels the way they sparkled. It still didn't make any sense to her, she would've seen something at some point... Deciding it was best to let it go, though the pit in her stomach only grew, filling with dread.

    It only worsened when Bee swiftly moved forward. In one quick motion he pushed her up onto the counter, his hands firmly holding her hips. She was so on edge and it scared her so much, she felt like her heart stopped. Her hands had flown to his shoulders and she gasped, luckily hadn't screamed. "Woah," she laughed, trying to shake it off, though a bright pink blush covered her face. Before she could even think about telling him off for touching her, he was speaking again. Talking about some pull and Dinah couldn't deny it. She certainly felt something and just looking into this man's eyes made her nervous.

    "Oh?" She whispered, her eyes dropping to his lips as if someone had suggested to her that she kiss him. The thought had just randomly popped into her mind, but there was no force to it. It was her own thought, it had to be... It was being suggestive enough, leaning so close to her despite her knees against his groin. Slowly, nervously, she parted her thighs, allowing him to move in closer on her. "Don't know what you're talking about," her tongue grazed over her bottom lip, trying to play coy, but it didn't matter either way. Before she knew it, her hands were cupping his cheeks and her lips were pressed softly against his.

    @ FallenHope95
    May 7th, 2020 at 12:46am