POSTED WITH MACK CAUSE KIA AIN'T IN THE AU JOURNAL.
CHARACTERS: Kia and Benji (Probably Mack and Alex at some point too?? MAYBE EVEN TATUM? GOD WHO KNOWS.)
SETTING: The beach in front of the bar where Kia died on the anniversary of her death years later
CONTENT: NSFW PROBABLY
SUMMARY: Kia is drawn here for some reason and runs across Benji. TRAUMATIC DRAMA ENSUES.
She wasn't sure what had drawn her to this place among the tall grasses of the dunes. There was a bar behind her, the noise slowly drifting across the waving grass. Mack had told her once that this was where she died, and Kia thought it was a shame, it seemed so peaceful. It was a marvelous waste. Kia vaguely remembered that night, it seemed like a blurred dream to her now, something that may or may not have happened. She couldn't really imagine her life any other way than it was currently. She lived with Alex and Mackenzie, the tall blonde taking care of her more than her companion but Alex still had her moments.
It had taken some getting used to, being a vampire. There was the insatiable hunger for human blood that plagued her almost constantly. Mackenzie refused to feed on humans, and as Kia's creator had forced her to follow the same guidelines that she had been following since she had been turned as a kid. Alex, however, had taken Kia on a few different
hunting trips, ones that Kia was quite fond of. Mack hadn't been too happy when she had found out, and Kia had felt guilty, really, she had. Nothing compared to human blood though, and as much as Kia had been trying to appease her creator, it was had to deny Alex's persuasive tendencies. She supposed that was what had brought her out here tonight. Mackenzie and Alex had gotten in a fight again, or rather, the tall blonde had caught them trying to sneak out the back door. Either way, Kia had felt guilty and had decided to leave the two older women to their argument (and what was sure to be destructive make up sex eventually), and wandered until she had found herself here.
She had sat and watched the waves roll in for an hour or so, lost in thought, wondering just what her old life had really been like. Mackenzie had told her a little bit about her family and friends, but she couldn't help but feel like there was more. The tall blonde had made it seem like her old life was terrible, and Kia truly believed that the woman was telling the truth. After all, she had been murdered. There had to be more to her life than that though, it was like the memories were right there just out of her grasp. The wind picked up, and Kia subconsciously drew her hoodie around her tighter. It had been a while since she had really felt the cold but old habits died hard. There was something else that the sudden gust of wind brought, and she gave the air a experimental sniff catching the familiar smell again. She wasn't quite sure what it was, but it was familiar, comforting. She stood up from her spot on the beach and began to follow it, the wiff of scent on the wind carrying her closer to the bar.
The music was louder here, and she could hear loud chatter from the open windows. The front of the place was deserted however, the patrons preferring the back porch with it's Christmas lights. There was a lone figure though, standing in the shadows of the parking lot, leaning against a beat up Jeep. Kia's eyes narrowed, and she circled around a few of the cars parked opposite to get a better look. It was a blonde girl, a very familiar looking blonde girl, the one that had let her die. Mack had showed her the tall gangly girl from a distance once, and as much as Kia felt a tug at her heart strings when she saw her, she knew that the blonde was responsible for her murder. She frowned, and stood in the shadows just watching the other girl. She wanted to jump her, drink her blood, make her pay for making her this way. Something held the brunette back, and she stayed hidden for just a few seconds longer until a pair of headlights flashed in her direction, illuminating her hiding spot for what seemed like eternity. She stepped back into the shadows as quickly as she could, for Mack had warned her against being seen by the blonde girl, but the damage was done.