[size10 [b Your pack] has just relocated to the small town of Crescent Falls. You're starting college and pretending to live a [I normal human] life. Things appear to be going fine and with being a newcomer, no one questions your past as of much.
[b She] is a human and attending college, living the everyday life of a twenty-something year old. That is until you meet [i him] and things start to get a bit weird.
[b Love] blooms between the two of you, but it is forbidden for a werewolf to date outside of the pack in fear their secret will be revealed. What's worse is a coven of vampires come through town and the leader has his eye on your girl.
[b The] town is suddenly the hot spot for murders and kidnappings, threatening the existence of the supernatural kind. Can they manage to eradicate the town of the vampires? Will he had to leave the pack in order to keep his love?
-so, pretty simple plot. I pretty much got the idea from twilight lol but we can go different routes - I just feel like I need to get back into fantasy for my rps
osting is at least once a day or if [i possible] twice every other day. life yes yes I know hectic and all that jazz, this doesnt need to be fast paced but if I have to wait weeks for a post or if you keep promising to post and never do, id rather you not apply
-mature theme; cursing, romance - I do describe intimate scenes but basically timeskip - and sometimes there's violence.
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Christian was trying his hardest to make this transition into a new life easier and better for Jenny. He knew she was nervous, and he felt bad that things were escalating beyond their control. That didn’t mean that they couldn’t have the normal pregnancy like other couples. It’d taken a lot of work, but Christian was proud of his pack members for stepping up and helping. After all that had happened, it was clear that Christian and Jenny would remain loyal to their pack and in return they had to show that same energy. The pack had been through so much and it was finally a possibility that the brutal shedding of blood was over. Christian had no clue then what would happen with the vampires. Would they remain there? Or, would they leave in fear that the hunters could possibly return, but this time with the vampires on their radar?
Christian had wrapped his hands around Jenny’s waist loosely, placing another small peck to her lips, glad to see those green eyes alit with joy. He knew how depressing it had been for her to be cooped up, considering Jenny was always hands on when it came to the pack responsibilities. Christian had paid special care in the crib manufacturing, wanting the detailed carvings to resemble special moments, tokens that would protect her. There was the image of the moon, two hearts waving in a way before finally intertwining as a representation of him and Jenny.
“I’m glad you like it,” he said to her as the men had started to take it into what would be the nursery. Eventually the room would have much more character. “I can’t wait to meet her,” he finally admitted as his had pressed against Jenny’s stomach. He didn’t want her to feel like she was alone, or to think that he would harbor any bad feelings for the child as they knew what it was. Christian had finally come to understand that this child was and would always be [I their] child and he would love and protect her just as much as he did Jenny
Lauren was right, honestly. There were perks to this happening so quickly and there were no rules on having a name decided before the birth. She gave a small smile to her,
"You're right, I guess." She admitted after a moment. Lauren had always been such a steady and calming presence, a born mother with how she acted and it was always heartbreaking to know the woman had no kids of her own. But she had Christian and Cecilia. She had done wonderful with them, even if Cecilia had hated her guts.
Jenny glanced up, she hadn't been expecting anyone today and Christian wouldn't knock. She was shocked to see Dana and wondered if anything had happened. She was usually only called on if something was wrong and being cooped up could be a real pain because she felt like she wasn't pulling her weight. She watched people filter in and stared at the crib. She looked to Christian and then Lauren, surprised indeed.
"Oh my goodness." She said and looked to Christian, returning his kiss as she got to her feet.
"This is wonderful!" She breathed out, inspecting and it she knew it would be perfect. It was beautiful and she couldn't believe they had come together to do such a sweet gesture.
Lauren knew that Jenny needed a friend, or at least someone that could understand what she was going through and why she made the choices she did. Loyalty to one’s pack and to the Alpha wasn’t to be taken lightly. Sure, what had happened was unconventional, but the sacrifice Jenny and Christian made shouldn’t be taken lightly and Lauren was not going to blame or judge her for her decision. She couldn’t help the joy that sprouted on her face when she placed her hand against the bump.
“He’ll come around more, trust me.” She said as she looked up at Jenny. “We never could have children.” She admitted. Cecilia and Christian had been adopted into their family and were treated as though they were blood, which is why Marcus was so protective of them. “You know how it is, he’s old school. This treaty is good, and he knows that, but his past causes trust issues. I have no doubt though, when the baby is born, he will be much nicer.”
Lauren sighed, a small smile on her face. “Well think of it this way, you get the shortcut some mothers dream of.” Lauren was trying to make light of the situation, but she did understand how scary it was to become a mother so soon; Jenny and Christian were still pretty young. “A name will certainly come to you,” she promised. “Maybe when she’s finally in your arms or she will come to you in a dream.” There was a knock at the door then. Dana popped her head in, smiling at the two women.
“I didn’t mean to disrupt, just the girls and I were working on something for you.” She said as she opened the door wider. Following her were a few young members of the pack carrying a handmade crib, Christian soon following.
“Surprise?” he said with a smirk as he entered then. He winked toward Lauren. “Thanks for keeping her distracted.” Christian leaned down to kiss Jenny.
Lauren was a breath of fresh hair in this situation, it was relaxing and nice to have another woman around who was excited. It aided in Jenny getting excited about the pregnancy rather than dazed, confused and almost dreading it. She smiled a little, glad to see the woman was doing well. Lauren's hand holding hers was an affirmation that the pack were still on their side and even if they weren't, Lauren was. She just nodded when she spoke of Marcus, she didn't expect Marcus to approve but she just hoped he wouldn't treat the child any differently.
"Marcus can be a challenge." She murmured and she meant it in the nicest way possible, "Took him all this time to warm up to me." She gave a small laugh at that because it was amusing to a point. She respected Marcus, she always had and she understood his family came first and Jenny wasn't family, she was an outsider who Christian had fallen for. It had been a lot to take on.
She looked to Lauren's outstretched hand and shifted the cardigan she wore and nodded,
"Sure, it's still a bit strange. I just figured we would have more time to prepare for all this." She said but Lauren's excitement was contagious.
"I'm not even sure of a name, we haven't spoken. I don't think Irene would suit." She murmured quietly.
Lauren hadn’t seen Jenny since the day of the fight considering she had been on bedrest. It was truly amazing and astonishing to see how big she had gotten in such a short amount of days. It did worry her; this was such an unusual pregnancy and Lauren could only pray that Jenny would remain safe through the pregnancy and labor. She seemed to be faring well from what she could see, but Lauren knew that Jenny was a strong woman. She had been a powerful Luna at Christian’s side and there was nothing she couldn’t handle; hut she didn’t want her to think that she had to go through this alone. Jenny had already sacrificed so much.
“Well you’re looking quite plump,” she said playfully as she entered the cabin. She followed her toward the window and took a seat with her. She hugged the pillow to her stomach. “I feel better, well a bit sore. I love to sleep but being sedated and stuck in a bed for so long isn’t really ideal.” She chuckled a little, leaning her elbow on the windowsill then. Things were moving so fast and she knew Jenny was probably disappointed to find time was moving too quickly for them to get everything settled before the baby arrived.
“This is a community Jenny, you know that.” Lauren said as she reached her hand out to grip her hand softly. “I’m sure the pack is working on a surprise for you. You know Christian loves you and would do anything to make this easier for you.” Jenny and Lauren had always gotten along so well. She knew Marcus was very traditional and it was hard for him to understand Christian’s relationship with Jenny. Though, she knew that behind that tough exterior, he was a nice man and he cared for Christian so much.
“Marcus is fine, he’s well you know Marcus,” Lauren said with a chuckle. “He’s a bit more worried about me since the fight, but well I guess we don’t have to worry about that anymore.” She looked down to Jenny’s stomach then. “May I?” She asked as she outstretched her hand.
Gentle reassurance was what Jenny got instead of the rejection she thought would crop up in it's place. She looked to Christian and was at least glad he wasn't repulsed by her as he settled at her side for the night. By the time morning came around, he was gone and she figured he still had to maintain his duties, regardless of their own situation. She got up and changed into something comfortable, just in time to see Lauren visiting.
It was a relief to see the woman, in all honesty, she was grateful that she had come to visit.
"Hey, good morning." Jenny said and looked her over. She at least looked to be a lot healthier than she had been.
"You look better." She said to Lauren, knowing she had sustained some hard blows at the battle. Lauren had become the mother she had lost in many ways, when it came to Marcus, she wasn't overly sure what the man thought of her half the time.
"I was going to start working on the nursery today." She explained but figured it probably wasn't for the best given her physical strain.
"How are you? How's Marcus?" She asked as she gestured for them to both sit by the window and it would be nice just to have company again, just to relax and not feel like a spectacle to be stared at.
Christian knew that when it as first discovered Jenny was half vampire that he hadn’t taken the news very well. He saw how that had hurt her and he didn’t think that it was fair to treat the woman he loved any differently for something beyond her control. Of course, it was hard for Christian still to know that Jenny was a [I half breed] and then to know that their child had the soul of Irene, a girl bred from their enemy; it cause a conflict of emotions. His love for Jenny outweighed that, however. “I love you more,” he told her with a grin.
“You’ll always look beautiful to me” Christian said with a raised brow. Seeing Jenny’s growth in a short amount of time surely had been surprising, but Christin only had to look her in the eyes to know that his Jenny wasn’t lost. Glad that Jenny wasn’t fighting him on rest he soon joined her in bed. “I’m not going anywhere.”
He himself had to reconvert from the fight still and he did worry about leaving Jenny alone. He knew that she was feeling overwhelmed and if he had to be the strongest from the both of them then that was what he was going to do. Christian had woken up early in the morning then to check on the other wounded men and assure they were alright. Despite still being a bit woozy, Lauren had decided to get out of the bed and try to return to normal. She also wanted to check on Jenny after having a very tense conversation with Marcus who was not happy with the idea of the child being born but having to allow Christian to make the right decision for his family.
She knocked on the door then to see if Jenny was awake and ready for company. She was already in her second day of pregnancy and Lauren could only suspect she felt more nervous or scared. Either way, Lauren couldn’t help but be excited, Christian was the closest thing she had to a child of her own and after the loss of Cecilia, welcoming a grandparent would fulfill her heart.
“Knock knock,” she said as she entered the room.
Jenny looked to Christian and tried to read his expression. He didn’t look like he thought less of her, he certainly didn’t act like he did either. Jenny looked down at herself. She was still going to have their child, a child that would never have been without Christian but she did worry. What would their child face? Living in a pack was difficult but trying to fit in was even worse. Jenny has been through that, being a half blood, how difficult it was to be accepted by Marcus and Lauren. But here she was, still going strong with Christian. She watched Christian and she sensed no lie from him.
“I love you.” She murmured softly, as if giving voice to some massive secret.
Jenny pressed her lips against his,
“How can you look at me like this?” She asked him, still amazed at how strong he could be. He had always been strong, never faltering but this was a different strength. A private strength that Jenny felt so privileged to see sometimes, it was a tender moment and she just couldn’t believe that throughout crushing he had stuck beside her. Jenny reaches up to run her thumb along his cheek. Sometimes she really did wonder what had possessed him to ever be with her but she was grateful every single day.
He was right though, she did need to rest as she settled amongst the blankets and she was at least glad Christian hadn’t seen her feeding on the deer from earlier, she wasn’t sure he could cope with that. That would be too much vampire for him no doubt and she understood. Jenny kissed Christian’s cheek as she settled and looked to Christian,
“Are you staying?” She asked him quietly, half afraid of the answer if she was being honest. Then again this was so much to get used to.
Christian as a bit unsure how to go about being around Jenny. What if her vampiric side took over while hosting the child? Would she feed into such advances? He tried not to think of that or negatively. Jenny was still his Jenny, and this would still be their child; wouldn’t it? He knew he couldn’t show any worry or else it would possibly draw fear in her, and Christian didn’t want to cause any more stress or worry for Jenny, knowing she was already going through a lot.
“Hey, hey relax.” Christian said, sighing as he drew her in. “I mean, well I guess that’s hard to ask of you.” They both were on the same page when it came to feeling unprepared. This was a moment many had to cherish, months to prepare themselves and parties – a nursery to be built and filled with items carefully chosen. He could see why Jenny would feel overwhelmed, even roe so considering she was carrying their baby.
“I’m sorry,” he said not sure if it would do any good as it was out of his control. He thought about his conversation with Marcus then. Of course, he wasn’t happy, and this wasn’t what e would’ve accepted, but Marcus had made it clear that this was a decision made by Jenny and Cristian with the intent it would bring better than harm.
“I’m exceed and terrified.” He admitted to Jenny as he looked down at her. His hand gently brushed back the dark red hair, “but you are not alon. We will get through this okay?” He promised her. Christian was surprised to find that he was excited despite knowing that the child had been replaced. Still, no matter what this child would be born from them and they would love the child no matter what.
“We will get through this together,” he promised her. ‘C’mon you should rest. I’m sure the pack is already getting things together – soon the room will be overflowing with gifts and furniture,” he said with a small smile, trying to find the good in the situation. “No matter what I love you and just like every other obstacle, this is not going to stop us.”
Jenny has helped where she could with preparing lunch and everything else, she didn’t want to be useless and she looked to Dana as she approached,
“Jen, you look miserable.” She said quietly and Jenny sighed and gave a small smile,
“I don’t mean to. I just... I thought we’d have more time to adjust to everything. I didn’t expect to wake up and be heavily pregnant.” She explained and Dana gave a small smile at that.
“I don’t think anyone can prepare for all that. I wouldn’t worry about it. Besides, regardless of the details, the pack get to welcome you and Christian’s child.” She explained and Jenny was at least glad for the most part the pack were accepting.
Dana made herself scarce when Christian approached and Jenny looked over to him as the door closed.
“Hey.” She said, feeling a little awkward. She bit her lip and was at least glad he hadn’t seen her feeding on a dying deer. Things were weird enough already.
“Sorry, it’s been uh... a bit freaky lately.” She mumbled and rested back amongst the pillows, watching Christian and trying to read what was going through his mind right then. Was he scared? Did she disgust him?
“Christian I know this is weird, I didn’t expect it. Arthur said the baby will still be ours in every way, we still have to shape who Irene becomes and such...” She said, trying to find some outline of hope in it all.
“And I’m sorry you have to see me like this, it’s a shock. I know.” She expressed. She didn’t expect anyone to just get over their partner suddenly becoming a pregnant monster.
“I just wish we had more time.” She murmured and looked to the spare room,
“We haven’t even set up the nursery.” She lamented and ran a hand through her hair. She would have liked to do the nursery as a couple and maybe even decorate it when she was around six months pregnant, something to get excited about and now it just seemed like everything was being thrown together too late.
“I don’t think anyone’s excited for this. I know Marcus and Lauren aren’t exactly excited, I’m excited I’m just... terrified.”
Christian headed toward the other males where they were sitting and enjoying a little snack after a run. For the most part the vampires had disappeared, back into the shadows that they once came from. Though, Christian had seen Arthur walking around. It was odd to him how he had become comfortable with the male’s presence. Christian of course knew that he really couldn’t hate the male as he had only provided what seemed to be a solution to a century long issue. Peace would finally come for the two species and that was all that they had asked for. He knew for the most part that he couldn’t complain about how things were going considering that everyone had been saved from having to go through another war.
Everyone was safe ad Christin was happy about that, but that didn’t stop him from worrying. He knew that things were happening very suddenly and eh was worried about Jenny. They were still so young, barely managing to get a hold of the pack once more and now and less than a week they were expected to eb parents. He felt terrible and some part of him wanted to blame himself. He knew Jenny was the type of woman who wouldn’t admit vocally her weaknesses or her fears, but she had to be terrified.
“What’s on your mind?” Marcus asked him as he took a seat outside. Christian was trying to take it slow, considering he had barely made it out of the battle alive. “The Frankenbaby?” Marcus asked which earned him a. Look from Chri=istian. Marcus cracked a smile which Christian returned, knowing that Marcus was trying his hardest to be respectful, despite the fact that eh wouldn’t have made the same decision.
“Do you think I made the right decision?” Christian asked as he leaned back, trying not to agitate his wounds.
“Is it the decision I would’ve made?” Marcus asked to which Christian looked toward him. “Absolutely not, but that’s the thing about alphas Christian. Not each one is the same. We make decision based on what we know would be good for our pack. This is your pack Christiana and not mine. I think you did what would work for you and give permanent protection for you and your family.”
“I feel like I forced Jenny into it,” he said, his shoulders sagging.
“You both did what you thought was right. Sure, this is a bit sudden – I mean no one’s really prepared for parenthood. What matters is that you are there for one another. Trust me, as long as you can trust your partner, there is nothing you can get through.” Christian looked to Marcus, watching his eyes look toward the med wing where Lauren was still resting.
“I should go check on Jenny,” Christian said as he came to a stand. “Thanks Marcus, for everything.” Christian had soon headed back to the cabin.
“Jenny?” he called out as he closed the door behind him.
Jenny gave Dana an apologetic look, wiping around her mouth.
“I know, sorry Dana. It’s just-“ She sighed out and thought for a while about what she was going to say and how she was going to say it.
“I’m not really used to this, I figured I had nine months, time to get used to it. I didn’t think I’d be waking up the size of a whale and within three days having a baby.” She murmured and ran a hand through her hair.
“What if I’m just a bad mother? Right now, I’m not even sure if I want a baby. It just seems so... rushed.” She explained quietly and she knew that made her sound terrible.
Dana raised an eyebrow as she listened to her.
“You need some fresh air. Besides, every mother has thoughts like that. You and Christian will do great. Although, I think we will have to put together a nursery a little quicker but there’s some paint and spare bits and pieces from other people.” Dana said and she helped Jenny to her feet. Jenny got dressed into something more appropriate and joined Dana outside.
She felt awkward, like she didn’t belong and she was grateful Dana was at least trying to keep her busy within reason. Jenny helped prepare lunch and the thought of food turned her stomach before she managed to sit by the fire, thinking for a while. After a moment she got up and headed back to the cabin, eyeing the spare room. They didn’t have a cot, they didn’t really have anything in all honesty. They thought they had months to prepare but now it was just a few days. Jenny felt like somehow this was just one big failure waiting to happen. What if she gave birth and she hated the creation they had made? And Jenny didn’t have her father or her own mother to help her through this.
Sabrina wasn’t sure what to say, but she was glad that jenny accepted the blanket as a gift and maybe as an apology for the trouble she had caused with her brother.
“Oh, dear God,” Sabrina had announced at the sight of Arthur. He seemed a bit unaware of how dramatic his entrance had been. Sabrina was timid as she began out of the cabin, her back against the wall and her eyes on Arthur the whole time.
“My apologies,” he said. “I figured since it being your first day, it would be easier for me to bring the food to you.” Dana despite it all had stayed in her spot in the corner of the room. She was oddly curious, but she wanted to make sure that Jenny was okay, that she wouldn’t be lost to this vampiric side of her.
Once Jenny had finished feeding, Arthur retreated the cabin to properly discard of the deer. Dana swallowed thickly, thinking back to Jenny and how her teeth sank like butter into the deer’s neck, the way the blood dripped from her lips. She could still smell the scent of metal in the air. Dana came to a stand then to hand over a tissue for Jenny.
‘Well, I can honestly say I never want to see that again.” Dana said with a joking tone. She knew this certainly had to be a lot for Jenny. The good thing was that this wasn’t to last for long at least and when she gave birth, her child would still be her and Christian’s child.
“I can’t believe you got so big already,” she said with a smile. Dana looked up at Jenny then. “Are you alright Jen?”
Jenny stepped out the bathroom in a robe, looking to see Sabrina, something she didn't expect. She sighed out quietly and looked the girl over, spotting the blanket in her hands and she gave a small smile. It was truly odd, the emotions going through her. She wanted to be excited, and to be happy but she wasn't very good at this. Everything had happened so fast.
"Thanks, Sabrina." She whispered quietly as she ran the fabric through her fingers. Some small part of her was excited, was brightened slightly. They were still going to have a baby.
Jenny looked to Arthur standing at the door with a deer. She shuddered slightly.
"Arthur." She murmured and she knew what this was. She looked to Sabrina,
"I'll be out , later."She promised and let the girl out before shutting the door, she didn't want anyone to see this. It felt shameful.
Arthur looked to the woman and nodded to her, setting the deer down.
"Drink slowly, this is your first time. It can get a little strange." He explained before revealing a sharp, scalpel like knife. He sliced into the jugular of the deer and immediately blood welled up and the scent was intoxicating. Everything in Jenny wanted to turn away but she couldn't.
"Feed." Arthur commanded. Jenny looked at the thin line of ruby before leaning down and clamping her mouth over the gushing wound, drawing in deep mouthfuls of the blood. Arthur watched, careful to be sure she got her fill but didn't overdo it. After some time, he removed her from the corpse, Jenny looked wild, her eyes flashing a deep crimson red as she hissed, revealing sharp fangs and Arthur raised an eyebrow.
A few moments later and Jenny was back to normal. Arthur nodded to her and retreated with the corpse of the deer, nodding to Dana politely and Jenny was left sitting on the bed, satisfied but horribly ashamed as a small smudge of blood at the corner of her mouth.
Of course, Christian wanted to take back his suggestion the minute he mentioned did; Jenny wasn’t going to be [I eating] much of anything. His stomach had turned thinking about her drinking blood, and he was glad her back was turned to him as he made a face. He was trying not to be difficult, knowing that this wasn’t easy for Jenny, especially with the fact she was with child. He watched her head to the shower then, coming to a full stand and trying to clean the place up. Thankfully it seemed Dana had read his mind and had come by the cabin. She let him know that Marcus and the others were having breakfast and she was here to watch over Jenny.
“Thank you,” Christian said to Dana, she had really become a great friend to hm, and Jenny and he knew at this time, maybe a bit more female energy would help Jenny through this pregnancy. He was exiting just as Sabrina was coming by, carrying what appeared to be a blanket. He rose a brow at her, a bit suspicious considering that when Sabrina and her brother arrived it wasn’t on good terms and technically, they had been the ones to bring about the trouble of the hunters in their way.
“I made a blanket,” she explained softly, her eyes casted downwards. He knew she was still more than likely upset with herself for the trouble that had been caused. Though Sabrina and her brother were incredibly thankful that Christian and Jenny had been willing to let them stay. “For the baby as a gift.” Christian was silent for a moment before smiling and thanking the young girl. “Jenny’s just having a shower but go ahead inside.” Christian had started to meet the men.
Dana was still on her guard at the presence Sabrina, but it wasn’t her place to dismiss the girl. She could hear the shower running then and took a seat. There was a knock then, Arthur at the door and asking for permission to come in.
“Dear God!” Dana announced as she looked at the deer in his hand, still breathing, but paralyzed it seemed. She could see the fear in its eyes.
“Uh, Jenny, almost done in there?” She asked over her shoulder.
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