Ivy slammed her head against the bar as a loud groan escaped her lips and a small whine, “He even killed me...” She was sobbing all over the place and extremely emotional. Devin was watching her from the corner of the eyes and felt slightly pleased with himself. It was a challenge to get Ivy to start drinking, practically impossible but once she started, the girl drunk until she reached her own tipping point, which wasn’t far. Devin knew exactly what would make her want to drink; all he had to do is mention Lias, blood whores, her family and himself. Dev patted her on the back, “I’m sure he had no idea what he was doing.”
“Dev... Why did you bring me back to life?” Ivy asked staring at him with half conscious eyes.
“Because I thought maybe being your knight and shining armour would get you to be a little nicer,” He snickered and remembered the hint of regret from it all. He never did like her that much, and now he was bonded with this girl.
“I saved you first...” Ivy slurred her word to recall the situation. Devin wasn’t too happy that he got saved by her, and that’s the reason why he wasn’t the one that was dead. Ivy was almost whole heartily out of it but somehow she managed to grip some of her conscious. Devin then had leaned into Ivy, and moved over to her throat, dying of thirst because he kept on constantly skipping to be fed. He never had time these days and he just wanted to destroy Ivy’s pride just a little bit when she woke up. Devin had almost jumped at the sound of Eli’s voice come into play. Devin moved back from Ivy and then managed a smile, “Hey man.” But then his eyes soon trailed off of Eli and onto the beautiful girl he had with him. The color red has never looked so good, but then again he was pretty hungry. He’s rose from his seat and moved to Tracy, took her hand and decided to be charming, to fool around.
He kissed her hand and smirked, “You’re a beautiful one. What are you doing with someone like Eli? Or are you his gorgeous guardian I’ve heard about it? Hey Eli, you think I can borrow her?”
“Don’t sleep with her Dev. I don’t want to see you fucking another girl tonight in my nightmares,” Ivy bluntly stated, he grew instantly embarrassed. Devin than had glanced back at Ivy and noticed her putting another glass to her lips. Devin had quickly snapped his hand over to her wrist, to pull the glass down again.
“That’s enough sweetheart.” Devin warned her and she had gave him a stare that looked like she was ready to kill. He moved his hand away from her and soon Ivy relaxed but then tensed up once more noticing the two people that had entered. She stared at them for a bit and then relaxed once more realising who they were. As long as they weren’t strigoi, she was fine with it.
“Say hi Ivy,” Devin told her. Ivy had scoffed but then Dev had picked up her wrist and forced her to wave. Ivy took back ownership of her wrist and then tossed the vodka at his face. Dev’s eyes were burning and he couldn’t help but swear underneath her breath.
“That’s what you get for trying to bite me again,” Ivy stated, “I’m not drunk to the point I don’t realize what’s going on Dev.” Ivy heavily sighed and grabbed a napkin, washing he could find away to lose her and then her eyes fell on the two people, “I’m Devin’s guardian and I apologize of how unprofessional I’m being but I promise that I can still keep any undead creature come and kill him.” Although she didn’t want to. Devin sighed, “She’s a little drunk and...a real bitch.”
“I heard that.” Ivy stated. Devin decided to ignore her this time, “You’re lucky that you don’t have someone like her around. How is everything going? I’m guessing probably easier than I have it.”