Blood, Blood. Part 5!!! Tell me if you like!

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Blood, Blood. Part 5!!! Tell me if you like!

“Well, how do you think we will get home, then?” I asked.
“I am not sure, but the first thing I would suggest is visiting the mansion in which you were found and seeing if the way in is also the way out.”
I nodded, knowing it probably wouldn't work, since we sort of tried when backed against the wall when the Vladimir was after us. “What after that?”
“Well, I think that one of the Vladimirs will come to capture you tonight, so if we capture him instead, we can question him in what he knows, and go from there.”
Wow, first day here, and we were already assigned as bait. I looked at Maddie, whose face was pale. She didn't do well around danger. I had lived in LA before, so I wasn't as scared. “Well, we will go now to the mansion, and look around.”
The older one, I had to ask his name soon, shook his head. “May I remind you the mayor lives there and would not be happy to give a tour to two young girls. No, you will have to do it tonight, and we will have to get you some respectable clothes before you go out. Your friend...Miss...”
“Madison”
“Miss Madison may go out, with an extra pair of gloves and a hat we had lying around here, when a vampire girl was in our midst. You, Miss Elaine, though, must stay here. I will go with Miss Madison to get you some clothes.”
I blushed and Maddie came over to give me a hug. I stood up and hugged her back. I knew she really wanted to get out and tour the city. It would give her an awesome exam paper in the end also, if we ever got back. I reproached myself for thinking such thoughts. I knew better then to be so pessimistic. But one thing I knew was I really didn't want to be left alone with the four young and hot looking vampires. Maddie knew this and raised her eyebrows. I sighed and rolled my eyes. That's our sign for Maddie saying, “I have dibs on Frank.” and I rolling my eyes saying, “No worries.” She smirked, and left with the older one. I looked over around nervously at the other guys. They were all getting up off the chairs and couches. I watched as Frank got up and walked to the freezer, Ray and Gerard went back into the rooms, and Mikey got up and walked toward me. At first, our gaze wasn't connected, but he looked up and suddenly all I could see was him. I couldn't breath, not barely, at least. I felt myself blush deep red. Mikey smiled a little at that. Then he was at my side. I looked down a little, and a little bit of sanity came so at least I knew I could be coherent if he talked to me. He stood there for a couple seconds, but it seemed like hours. I waited for him to talk, and finally he did.
“Do you want me to show you around?”
I looked up, he was staring at me, curious, but cautious. “Alright.” I said, and gave a small smile. I stomach was doing 360s and my legs were like noodles, but he took my hand we started walking. His hand was very cold. From bad blood circulation, I assumed. He showed me each of their rooms, the outside tunnels, and the ones that led to the underground.
“Not much, you see.” He said as were walking back into the living room.
“It's nice.” I smiled. He smiled back at me, hoping to be more pleasing. I sat down on one of the chairs, and he sat across from me. He looked at me cautiously.
“Will you tell me, what it was like, before you came here? What were you doing?”
I laughed a little. “You wouldn't believe me if I told you how I got to the mansion and how I got here.”
“Please? Tell me?” He looked at me with innocent eyes, but I really didn't want to tell him he was the reason we were backed up into the wall that sent us back here.
“Well, I went to a frat house, I'm sorry, a fraternity house that was hosted as a haunted house.”
He looked confused. “The house was haunted?”
“No, but they decorated it and set traps to make it look like it was haunted.”
“Why did you go there, then?”
“For fun.” I answered. Though that was not the full truth.
“I do not see why you would go for fun, but I understand that can be a new thing.”
I nodded. He smiled, “So did the house send you here?”
“No, a wall did, sorta. It...well...it turned intangible and we fell through.”
“Why were you leaning against the wall?”
“We were...uh...” my heartbeat quickened. I couldn't tell him the real reason, so I made it up. “just resting after all the scares.”
“That's not the truth.” Mikey said teasing scorn. I blushed really hard. “I can tell because when someone is not telling the truth, their heartbeat quickens, and since you are not scared of me, then there is no other reason.”
“Well, actually, you can't tell if I was scared of you or not, can you?”
“Well, you fainted before you saw me, and Gerard and Frank had both been there, so I assumed they told you about us before you saw me.”
“What if I saw you before I fainted?”
“That wouldn't be possible, unless....” He paused and stared at me. I could tell he figured it out. “You saw me in the future?”
“Yes.” I said. Looking down at my feet.
“What was I like?”
“I shouldn't tell you.” I whispered.
“Why not?” he sounded scared himself.
“I...I have to go...get some fresh air.” I said, running out of the room and into the sun. I knew he couldn't follow me, so I was okay. The porch had a little shade, but I went out and I saw we were in a forest, and this really was an entrance to a cave, it was just too decorated to tell without really looking. I backed up against a tree and sat down and cried. I didn't just cry because I couldn't tell Mikey, but also because of all the stress time travel can put on you. I sat there for what seemed like hours. I walked inside just as the sun was setting, knowing that Mikey would come out to me, if I didn't come in soon. So I came in, and there was Gerard and Frank on the couch, talking. They both looked up at me, and Frank smiled. Gerard did too, but both looked worried immediately at my red eyes.
“Are you feeling alright?” Gerard got up, and started walking toward me.
“Yes.” I said, trying to smile. “I think I could use some rest, though.
“Ray and I are sharing a room, so that you and Maddie can sleep together. How does that sound?”
“That sounds great.” I sighed with relief.
“Good.” He smiled as he led me into the room. There were two small beds, right beside each other. I chose one and sat on it. Gerard looked at me, smiled and asked, “Is there anything you need?”
“No thank-you.” I answered, my eyelids already drooping. “I'm good.”
He walked out and I fell right asleep.