Dying To Dance: Chapter 36
Dying To Dance
"Don't fight!" Lil pleaded, biting her lip. She glanced between Frazer and Kael for a moment, glaring at Luska again for good measure. "It makes no difference," she declared finally, "who's the better kisser. Luska only did it to wind Frazer up."
"Bit more than just winding him up," the demon laughed, gazing into the night where Alice had disappeared, ignoring Lillith's "hmmph". He looked quickly at Kael, to see if he hadn't gotten the same idea, before pushing away and beginning to pursue the demoness.
Kael's gaze followed Luska as he hurried after Alice. He sighed and shook his head- Luska had alot of making up to do. Knowing he hadn't necessarily do anything wrong, he shrugged off the idea of running after the demoness.
Alice sniffed, plonking herself onto a nearby bench and crossing her arms and legs with a huff.
Luska soon found the demoness, sitting down crossly while the moonlight shimmered on her hair, outlining her f
Dying To Dance: Chapter 35
Dying To Dance
**ALMOST kiss scene warning!**
A while later, seated in the window booth of a warm diner with steamy windows, Luska was scowling heavily while Lil beamed at him, much to his annoyance. She and Alice had all but frog-marched the boys inside, hushing all protests which were mainly from Luska. The walls were covered in pink and white check tiles, the seats constructed of mauve vinyl, each table complete with a vase of daisies. It was a girl's dream, and a boy's nightmare.
An apron-clad waitress with dark, curly hair and pink hoop earrings came bustling up to them at that point, chewing gum, her arms laden with porcelain plates. She laid them down haphazardly in the centre of the table, rather than serve each person individually. Her brown-eyed gaze wandered between the three lads a few times, heart fluttering ecstatically, ignoring the two females. Luska caught her eye and winked, a devilish smirk crossing his features, a
Dying To Dance: Chapter 34
Dying To Dance
"What the hell are they?!" Frazer called over the noise of both the bikes and the thunderous rhythm of feet behind them.
"No idea!" Kael called back. Though the demon could hardly care. He was having way too much fun. The fact they were ragging the motors of some gnarly AT bikes was exhilarating enough, but that they were being chased by a herd of colossal Rhinorses only added to the whole adrenalin rush.
Despite the dangerous situation he was in already, Kael still took the risk of taking every jump, bump and near-miss possible, hollering loudly as he soared through the air.
Luska, though wishing he could've been the one to speed away from the stampeding beasts, was enjoying himself nonetheless as he clung to Alice, his hands locked tight- and not out of fear of falling off. Had they not been travelling at dangerously high speed, pursued by a herd of bizarre creatures, he may've just accidentally-on-purpose let his hand slip