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Chapter two -Fangtasia
I made my way straight to the bar, “The Usual please Chow?” The Asian looking vampire gave me a nod as he poured my rum and coke. “Thank you,” I said as I handed him a five.
I was feeling giddy as I made my way to our usual booth, flanked by my friends.The music started to play and since I had finished more than half my drink I was up and headed to the dance floor. Tina followed suit and Mickey watched our drinks.
Caught up in the moment Tina and I had started grinding and dancing against each other. We had both taken dance classes and were well-skilled in the art of seductive dancing, even if only one of us used those lessons.
“Don’t look now but that hot man at the bar is staring at ya. I wonder what he wants?” Tina said
as we kept in perfect step with each other.
I snorted a laugh, “Probably checking out you in that dress,” I teased. Feeling kind of brave I made eye contact with the mysterious stranger, making sure to sensually move my hips from side to side before turning to face Tina and sliding my body against hers.
Strong and gentle hands slid to my waist and I could feel hips grinding against mine. From what I could feel pressed against me, I guessed it was Mickey behind me. Seriously, I often forgot he is bi-sexual and who could blame me? It had been years since he had been with a girl. I leaned back against him, enjoying his caress as we swayed on the dance floor.
Bringing my arm above my head I slid it down to rest on one of his hands. His cold hand! No, his ice cold hand. I looked around for the first time since I had started to dance. I saw that the whole bar was watching us and sure enough, Tina and a very stunned Mickey were gaping at me. Trying to keep my cool and not make a fool out of myself, I turned to face the man I had essentially been sexing up.
I was light headed as soon as I met his eyes. Those beautiful bluish-gray eyes. I had not noticed that I wasn’t breathing.
“I’m sorry if I startled you miss.You looked like you were having such a good time that I wanted to join you.”
I flashed my ‘save me before I make a fool of myself’ smile at my friends, “Well I enjoyed our dance, Mister. I think I’m going to go finish my drink and maybe get another.” He smiled and my heart thumped in my chest.
What was wrong with me! How was this man making me feel like this? He made my body react in ways it had never done before. I have been turned on by guys before but not like this. I felt like I knew him somehow.
His eyes never left me as I started to walk away. I felt as if his eyes were trying to drink in my appearance. “May I buy you a drink then? If it is ok with your friends that is?”
I smiled wider, “I wouldn’t mind if you joined us. I doubt they will either.”
He smiled, leaning closer and whispering “I’ll be right back.” I just nodded. I knew he didn’t glamor me since I could not be glamored. I turned to face Tina and Mickey who were still in shock as I walked over.
“You are going to catch flies guys,” I giggled, “ And you better snap out it, I am going to need you both.” As if I had glamored them to do it they closed their mouths. Mickey was smiling like he had a secret and Tina could not have looked any prouder.
“You play your cards right honey and you won’t be a cherry much longer,” Tina pointed out, sounding almost giddy.
By the heat in my cheeks, I knew I was now beet red. “None of that talk! Either of you! I just met him. Sheesh.”
They just laughed. “Hookah, you didn’t see the way you two looked at each other: Like you were the only ones around.”
I swayed my head in utter astonishment, “You are so drunk, Mick. It’s not even one in the morning. We do have work tomorrow you know,” I tried to remind him and being true to himself, he not so quietly responded.
“So? Shit girl I will be fine and sober by the time we have to go to work. I’ll just take an aspirin and drink water when we get home.” With a sigh and a shrug of my shoulders, I let him go back to what he was doing. I could never understand how people can just party, get trashed and just get up the next day to go to work.
It’s true I don’t get hangovers but there is something about over drinking that makes feel sluggish and just wrong.
With a slight movement, Tina had my attention. “Heads up girl! Prince charming is on his way.” Rolling my eyes at her cliché I glanced to the side and saw the slight figure that was now seconds away. He was a god. He had to be.There was no other way to explain it. I was falling for a vampire god! I noticed a little too late that I was gaping. I pulled the remnants of my self-respect off the floor and regained a modicum of composure.
“I hope you like rum and coke. I took the liberty of getting your friends drinks as well,” he said as he put the drinks down on the table. I smiled, staring into those bright eyes.
* Sorry for cutting it short . At this point I have the next chapter close to being ready.*