Leaving the Light By: Christine Schnell

Vampires.  There are many stories out there.  There are many mysteries surrounding this elusive race.  Each person has their own idea of what a Vampire is and what powers one would posses if they were to exist at all.  Some claim them to be created by the Devil, inherent in the blood, or some Pagan ritual, while other's believe it may just be some sort of strange virus that controls their thirst.

We may never know if there is truth to any of these stories.  Maybe, just maybe, all are correct each existing in their own world of darkness.

This is the story of Antoniette Aloise, a young woman who thought her life was rather boring, until she met the man of her dreams.  He changed her life forever, he and the vampires who took her prisoner.

This, in my own world, is the story of one's woman's rather long life, the prophecy that controls it, and her struggle for freedom from it.

I've taken the main story down, but that doesn't mean it's gone for good. I'm polishing it up and editing it to try to get it published so you all can read it as it's meant to be. I will post updates here when I have them. In the meantime I still have all my sides stories up and free for you to enjoy.

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Leaving the Light
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I hope you enjoyed reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it. Please send me any comments you might have, good or bad. Oh, and please remember this story and the characters in it are purely a figment of my imagination and are copyrighted 2008 by Christine Schnell. Go ahead and share it with others just keep my name with it. I'd like to thank you for taking the time to read this, and may all your wishes come true.