Flash and Micro Fiction, Him

Him Part Twenty

I screamed. But it wasn’t because I was in pain. The intensity of the sensations was just too much and I shattered, arching my back as much as Michael’s body would allow.

At some point, while I was still mindless and writhing around, his cool lips found the curve of my neck and bit me again, and it felt better than I ever thought possible. Even better than biting my nipple.

The warmth of my blood filled Michael’s mouth and the feel of his mouth moving, drawing more of it out made my toes curl. With every beat of my heart, my breast throbbed from where his fang pierced my flesh, and it just amplified what he was doing to me.

A growl, low and throaty escaped from him as he moved harder and faster, still drinking from me. My orgasms came one after the next and I lost all sense of myself, existing only to feel every bit of Michael I could.

Finally, as his speed increased beyond anything a human was capable of, he pulled away from my neck and hissed as he came, and I followed after him.

It was beyond my wildest imagination. Especially for my first time. And as much as I didn’t want to admit it, I knew that one encounter with him wasn’t going to be enough to satisfy that need that grew within me over the last several years. It amplified tenfold just in those last few minutes.

Before that day, I never thought vampires were real, but there I was, gasping for air after having mind-blowing sex with one.

And the thought never occurred to me that he might drain me dry after he bit me. There was something about him that made me trust him. I didn’t know what it was or why, but I did. I knew, deep down, that he would never hurt me.

Though I heard enough stories about vampires over the course of my life, the desire for that bite and in knowing that my blood fueled a vampire was never something I noticed before. And as my mind slowly returned, I knew that was exactly what happened.

My blood is Michael’s fuel. It is a part of him now.

I wasn’t sure why, but that thought excited me. It felt like on some cellular level that I would forever be connected to Michael, the first vampire I ever met.

But before I could continue with that train of thought, he shifted and collapsed to the mattress next to me, taking a deep breath — which was saying something for a vampire — and without hesitation, he lifted his hand to his mouth so fast, I almost missed it.

He held his thumb in front of my face, a tiny bead of blood was there, where he pressed it against his fang an instant before. “Here, this will heal you.”

“But won’t it…,” I trailed off.

“Turn you? No, that’s a much more complicated process. There has to be a blood exchange prior to your death, and then I would have to revive you as a vampire.”

“Oh,” I breathed and lifted my head, taking his thumb into my mouth. The taste of his cool blood was like an explosion of pennies, almost electrifying — and to me, it tasted sweet. Swallowing, I pulled back in a slow movement, letting his thumb slide out of my mouth.
I thought I heard him groan, but I couldn’t be sure, but then I forgot as pain exploded through my neck and my breast.

© Sarah Doughty

This is part 20 of Him. Read part 1part 2, part 3part 4part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, part 10, part 11, part 12, part 13, part 14, part 15, part 16, part 17, part 18, and part 19.
Want to read the whole thing in one place? Click here.
Stay tuned for more.

This was also published at UInk.ca.

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33 thoughts on “Him Part Twenty”

  1. Dear Sarah, the prose is so erotic, a sensual tapestry of flowers caught up in a wave of passion; overall beautiful and aesthetic. Anand Bose from Kerala

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      1. Indeed he is. You should hear the hoopla about Liam, he’s the wise, very old (though he doesn’t look like it), and very popular vampire from the main book series. There’s a very high demand for his own book. 😊

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      2. You’ve obviously been resurrected from another realm, to recall these tales. Nice. Glad you hit your stride, though your micro-p0etry has it’s own large following!! ❤

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      3. Yes I know. I’m hoping that my slightly longer pieces aren’t turning people away, when they’re so used to a one liner. It seems that those are becoming second nature and I want to keep challenging myself.

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      4. I would highly doubt that Sarah. Your work speaks for itself. Anyone worth their salt can read for than a line…for You. ❤

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      1. Thank you! Anne Rice has always been one of my favorites when it comes to vampires. But when I set out to write about them, I wanted them to be a little different than just undead with a desire to kill. I wanted them to be like humans, in a way, capable of being both good and bad, without leaving readers thinking about the fact that they have fangs and consume blood. 😊

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      2. To be honest, I didn’t really like them. Sure the books and the movies were fun, but if you liked beneath the surface, it was telling young women that it was okay to be helpless and controlled for their own good. Plus the venom in their teeth and the sparkling just didn’t seem right. Sure, my vampires are fast, and drink blood to survive (among a few other things), but beneath it all, they’re still pretty much human. It’s what they choose to do with their lives is what counts. 😊

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      3. I see now what an incredibly hot Vampire story you have here, so of course now the first two books in your series are on my to read list. I haven’t indulged in a fantasy foe a while, other than returning to my Yellow Fairy Tale book a couple weeks ago before writing Setting The Princess of Roses Free part I, which is part story, part analysis and self reflection, for I adore Jungian archetypal mythology and psychology.

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      4. I’m honored, thank you. I’m intrigued about your story. The entire premise of my series is that anything is possible. So intend to delve into old mythos, legends, and just about anything you can think of and I blend it all together. Plus dealing with opposition, and real life problems is like icing on the cake. It’s quite enjoyable.

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      5. That sounds like a great plan. It’s so exciting to be living in a time of cultural fusion. Having an eclectic family myself tends to guide me towards many traditions.

        So many of us postcolonial hybrids make this world a truly colorful place..

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