HER POINT OF VIEW Did I miss the opportunity that the Gods had given me? When the Scandinavian frère had revealed himself; my own plans had gone the way of winds. His name was Chrestian; though I suspected it was changed when his culture had quit being pagan, his surname was Stone and I was positive that too was not who he was. I had only laid eyes on Chrestian twice. He had pail green almond shaped eyes in an oval shaped face that was chiseled. His cheekbones were defined, a straight noble nose, and full man lips. His hair was white blonde, that could fall into his eyes or be brushed back. The back was cut, "high and tight", short on the bottom and sides and longer on top. I used my teleportation with my mind after I made certain no mortals were about. Kitu growled a little and barked. "That unsettled you little one? You must get used to it, HaHa (mama) ports often." I chuckled softly. My mind wandered to Chrestian's long elegant fingers as I set Kitu in the grass, I walked forward with my mind wandering to our second meeting, the first had been when he had been spying as well as taking photographs. I shut my eyes a moment and saw Chrestian as I had seen him; pressed black dress slacks, white button down with collar, dark grey cashmere sweater, light grey cashmere infinity scarf, and polished black dress loafers. No one would realise that neither he or myself, ppwere not mortals. My mind wandered to meeting him after the camera incidence. "My name is Chrestian." He said nodding his head. "You attack me for what reason?" I snarled. "You intend damage I think but I tasted your blood. You have a little of us in you." He smiled. "Ramanga?" I retorted angry. "Yes." He nodded. "You bastard!" I hissed, trying to get up. "You are in pain. I could help, you know." He said standing. He said he had found the idea of giving me a domestic inu, cute he had said. I had stared upon the long, silk fur coat of my pet, that reminded me of the silver inu. The domestic had a slight smushed face with big round brown liquid eyes. I had looked up on my laptop computer on the internet; his breed was called Shi Tzu. I looked down at my domestic inu yapping, and my long fingers went through his mostly white with some brown fur. "Hello Kitu." I said scratching the little male's head. I figured the domestic inu needed a park as well as exercise. I dressed quickly in blue jeans, black cashmere sweater with cowl neck, and black leather jacket. I left my silver locks flow freely down my back. I put on patent leather ankle boots and grabbed the leash that the frère had brought to me with Kitu. "Your damn frère turned wrecked my penthouse and you brought me an inu." I muttered softly to myself chapter iii: THE RED TELLY-BOOTH:HIS POINT OF VIEW, already posted as enemies become frenimies?
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Part 2 of ongoing series, daemons walk amongst us. They live, they love, they too can fear. When they love? That can be for all times.

HER POINT OF VIEW Did I miss the opportunity that the Gods had given me? When the Scandinavian frère had revealed himself; my own plans had gone the way of winds. His name was Chrestian; though I suspected it was changed when his culture had quit being pagan, his surname was Stone and I was positive that too was not who he was. I had only laid eyes on Chrestian twice. He had pail green almond shaped eyes in an oval shaped face that was chiseled. His cheekbones were defined, a straight noble nose, and full man lips. His hair was white blonde, that could fall into his eyes or be brushed back. The back was cut, "high and tight", short on the bottom and sides and longer on top. I used my teleportation with my mind after I made certain no mortals were about. Kitu growled a little and barked. "That unsettled you little one? You must get used to it, HaHa (mama) ports often." I chuckled softly. My mind wandered to Chrestian's long elegant fingers as I set Kitu in the grass, I walked forward with my mind wandering to our second meeting, the first had been when he had been spying as well as taking photographs. I shut my eyes a moment and saw Chrestian as I had seen him; pressed black dress slacks, white button down with collar, dark grey cashmere sweater, light grey cashmere infinity scarf, and polished black dress loafers. No one would realise that neither he or myself, ppwere not mortals. My mind wandered to meeting him after the camera incidence. "My name is Chrestian." He said nodding his head. "You attack me for what reason?" I snarled. "You intend damage I think but I tasted your blood. You have a little of us in you." He smiled. "Ramanga?" I retorted angry. "Yes." He nodded. "You bastard!" I hissed, trying to get up. "You are in pain. I could help, you know." He said standing. He said he had found the idea of giving me a domestic inu, cute he had said. I had stared upon the long, silk fur coat of my pet, that reminded me of the silver inu. The domestic had a slight smushed face with big round brown liquid eyes. I had looked up on my laptop computer on the internet; his breed was called Shi Tzu. I looked down at my domestic inu yapping, and my long fingers went through his mostly white with some brown fur. "Hello Kitu." I said scratching the little male's head. I figured the domestic inu needed a park as well as exercise. I dressed quickly in blue jeans, black cashmere sweater with cowl neck, and black leather jacket. I left my silver locks flow freely down my back. I put on patent leather ankle boots and grabbed the leash that the frère had brought to me with Kitu. "Your damn frère turned wrecked my penthouse and you brought me an inu." I muttered softly to myself chapter iii: THE RED TELLY-BOOTH:HIS POINT OF VIEW, already posted as enemies become frenimies?

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