Chapter Sixteen

Title: Flash Fire

Pairing: Garrett/Bella

Summary: She sacrificed a lot for her brother so he could escape hell. Now in isolation, will she find her own happiness or will war come knocking once more?

Author Note: this is going to be a drabble, so chapters will be anywhere between 100-600 words.

Chapter Sixteen

A scream tore across the barren snowscape sending the animals scattering in fear as her throat finally fused together. Parts were torn and scattered, now whole once more. Besides the disorientation and sheer agony, there was a thirst like she hadn’t felt since her rebirth.

She lay exhausted in the snow and wondered where she was, how exactly she got there and waited for her strength to return. A deep rumbling laughter had her head tilting and eyes narrowing to the vampire responsible for her current predicament.

“Now, now querida, you knew what to expect.” Miguel stated from his spot against the dead tree.

He was right, though she didn’t wish to give him that satisfaction. She didn’t expect him to place her back together again, after all she was the one who singlehandedly desiccated the majority of his army on multiple of occasions.

“Where am I?” She growled out painfully and through gritted teeth.

“Somewhere in the mountains, it took you a few years for your parts to make their way to your head.” He chuckled before pushing off from the tree. “Now that you are whole again, I shall return to my home. Your demise has been widely spread, Enyo is no more.”

Relief filled her; she can go and find her brothers, her coven. No one really knew what Enyo looked like, she rarely ever left people alive and there were only her three children left that knew her looks beyond her coven.

“Thank you Miguel, let’s hope I never have to see you again.” She grunted out, pushing herself up, she needed to hunt and hunt now.

Miguel chuckled as he began to make his way back to his territory. “I agree Enyo, this favour was your life, next time I won’t be as courteous. ”

Isabella watched Miguel go, she was thankful but knew that her punishment by his hands would have been worse and drawn out over many lifetimes if she didn’t surrender her post to Maria’s army and state she was never coming back. It was a long meeting of negotiations and a few charred vampires to prove her point but she was free now.

Time to go find her brothers.

Author Note: MWAHAHAHAHA, did you really think I killed her?



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