Aiden smiled, shifting his gaze back to Idris. Idris just stood there. He knew Aiden wanted to get under his skin. He was up to something, but just what was it? Eyes glued on Aiden, Idris grapped Antonia's arm pulling her in close.
"Lets go," He mumbled, pulling her towards the door, shoving Aiden out the way. But Aiden just stood there grinning.
"What the hell was that?" Idris asked, making sure Antonia and himself were at a safe distance,"Why do you even respond to the like of Aiden? You know he means you no good. It'll only frustrate you-"He paused, obviously pissed. He yanked his arm away from hers, turned on his heels, "Lets go," He mumbled, securing his bookbag on his back. He was done with idiot number one, but to know Antonia had been so simpleminded made him even more on edge. Aiden.... Idris looked up into the sky, his hair moving over his eyes as the wind blew. It was getting late, and it would be time for him to eat-and fast.
xD Sorry I'm being lazy
Akahana continued to sit in the coffee shop. She sat on a high metal stool with a red cussion looking outside the wide front window. She had her elbows proped against the black countertops. Light shone in bouncing off her pale features.
I hate these stupid glasses.. she thought. Akahana desired to be accepted like everyone else. Vampires werent very accepted amongest the humans but they werent more of an outcast then half bloods. Half vampire and human, how was she supposed to help who she was, she was always running her whole life.
((Yeah, I'm still here. Sorry about the wait.))
Antonia couldn't really focus on the words, but she knew Aiden was hinting at something. He was telling Idris to tell him he was lying... "Aiden. We all know perfectly well you're too bad of an actor to pull off a lie like that." She looked up at him from the floor. She felt queasy, but she knew she couldn't be weak. She scrambled to her feet.
She stared at Aiden, but he was a blur. Like a smear across a canvas, she could not focus on the whole world around them. She kept seeing the images in her head... bright, dancing flames. "Stupid half bloods..." She hissed. "They're freaks of nature and deserve to all rot in hell..." She hadn't intended to speak aloud.