Fandom: The Vampire Diaries
Word Count: 220
Summary: Elijah wants her under his complete control
A/N: Dor a tvd_rareships Comment Fic Party prompt by mistress_britt. Originally posted HERE.
His kisses are rough and painful and more often than not, he bites until he tastes blood. (Then he bites again.) He doesn’t care that she cries, doesn’t care that she screams, doesn’t care because she whispers his name over and over again when he touches her just there.
She’ll play the I didn’t want this card until the day he stakes her, but they both know the lie. (I hate you is way too close to I love you.) She likes their encounters just as much as him—if not more—and he’s only rough because she asks it of him.
She never speaks the words, of course, but he knows she wants rough so she can deny until her dying day. If he was gentle, if he kissed her softly and took her with whispered words of sweetness, she’d have to admit to loving such a creature of darkness, and the part of her that still knows human rights and wrongs will not allow that.
So he’ll continue to slowly corrupt her and she’ll continue to let him—because the part of her that fell for Damon understands the part of her that desires Elijah. And he’ll smile against the soft skin of her breasts when his name escapes her lips.
He doesn’t have long to go.
Fandom: The Vampire Diaries
Word Count: 330
Summary: After her parents death, Elena needs comfort. Tyler provides it.
A/N: For a tvd_rareships Comment Fic Party prompt by amoenavi. Originally posted HERE.
The death of her parents was the end of innocence for Elena Gilbert. No one really new why, though. Elena had a story she told everyone, but it wasn’t the truth. The truth was a lot less simple, a lot dirtier, and a little more wrong than anyone would have believed. Only one other person on the planet knew the truth, and she knew he wouldn’t speak.
Everyone thinks Elena just broke up with Matt because she needed space, but that was not the case. The truth was that Elena couldn’t be with Matt after what she had done in her grief-clouded haze after her parents’ funeral.
Tyler had come by that night—snuck in her window—with a half full bottle of vodka, and the two downed that silently. She wanted more after, so he took her back to his house where he snuck a full bottle from his father’s stash.
When a quarter of that was gone, Elena had kissed him and Tyler had let her because she was grieving and he thought he could comfort her.
Elena didn’t realize when their clothes had disappeared, but she had pulled him to the bed and he had gotten on top of her and neither really knew what was happening, but he had pushed and she had screamed into his mouth and tears had fallen down her cheek. He had wiped away the tears and asked if she was alright, and when she had nodded and told him to keep going, he did as she asked because he thought he was comforting her.
He held her afterward, and neither acknowledged the blood on her thighs and his sheets or the condom in the trashcan. She cried and kissed him and cried some more and he just held her because she asked him to.
And when she left, in his tee-shirt and her pajama pants, he asked if she was alright.
She had nodded, but they both knew it wasn’t true.
Title: The Consequences of Power
Pairing/Characters: Bonnie, Jeremy/Bonnie
Word Count: 380
Summary: Bonnie learns too late the meaning of the witches' warning.
A/N: For tombofchallenge's Character Bingo Challenge.
She paid no mind to the warning at first. After all, Jeremy is alive and, as far as she can tell, perfectly healthy. What possible consequences could there be?
It was ridiculously stupid to believe there wouldn’t be repercussions. People are not supposed to be able to come back from the dead. Death is sacred and final. But vampires come back from the dead all the time, and they’re all just fine, from what she can tell. It took a lot for her to realize that vampirism does come with consequences.
In any case, things are fine at first. Bonnie is working with Jeremy to help track down Stefan because, while she does not want to help vampires, she does want to help the defenseless humans being preyed on. Her, Elena, and Caroline are starting to get along again. And, even though the reality of Jeremy and Bonnie has set in with Elena, no one seems to feel the least bit uncomfortable.
But then Jeremy starts hanging out with Matt, and he starts trailing off in the middle of conversations to stare at walls. Bonnie lets it go because she figures he’s grieving.
It’s when she and Elena are in her bedroom and Jeremy starts screaming angrily and throwing things at walls that she starts to put the pieces together. That her boyfriend is yelling at thin air as if his ex-girlfriends are standing in front of him tips her off.
What do they want?” she asks one night, the only light between them from a flickering candle.
Jeremy shrugs. “They’re not sure…either that or they just don’t want to share. They just seem to speak in riddles about power and the past and how we have no choices.”
Bonnie files away the talk of their riddles. She doesn’t know a lot about spirits—Grams never go that far—but she does know they possess knowledge of the future. At this point she is certain it isn’t good news, but it is important to know anyway.
“The worst is that they blame me…for their deaths.”
Bonnie’s eyes go immediately to Jeremy’s. “Neither of their deaths were your fault, no matter what they say.”
Jeremy’s eyes are so full of pain and fear that she shivers. “They say you’re next.”