Chapter Twenty-Three

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 Twenty-Three

Garrett couldn’t tear his eyes away from the smouldering ashes of the Tracker. He had seen a lot of things in his long life but never has he seen someone burn a vampire inside out or even how that was possible.

There was no Venom spilt to ignite, nor a lighter to do so… she just brushed her fingers across his face.

“WHAT DID YOU DO?” Victoria screamed while the other tried to escape, panic written all over his face.

Sabel just smiled, a smile that had Victoria pausing and then shuddering in horror as she realised that this would be her end. She could not escape and her gift only now decided to work, but she will die trying just for the taste of the bitch’s venom upon her lips for the death of her mate.

“I told the Tracker long ago when my Mistress allowed him to leave that if I were to see his face again, then I would kill him but I did not kill him as slowly as I promised.” Sabel hissed before jerking forward, hand wrapping around the woman’s neck tightly. “But what should I do with you?”

“She was just following…” Laurent tried, only to snap his jaw shut with a click as the woman’s hand shot out telling him to be quiet. He knew better than to speak against or over someone with scars like she.

Sabel cocked her head to the side and hummed. “I can’t let you go now, that’d be stupid on my part. I’ve had several vampires after my head because I killed their mate and I’m not in the mood to deal with another.”

Bared teeth was all Victoria saw before pain wracked through her body, she could feel every burning cell the very track of the flames that ate away at her bone, venom and flesh. It was excruciating even though her head was no longer attached, a silent scream marred on her face before she blissfully knew no more.

Author Note: There you go.



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