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Chapter 2; Help! <br>
"Help! Somebody!" I cryed out. Suddenly i saw a light. "Desiree?!" It was Parker. "Parker! No! Get out! Theres a demon! Go!" I fell to my knees, holding myself tightly. I felt something flowing down my hand, blood. <br>
"Desiree! Your hand!" Parker dident seem to care about the demon part. He rushed over to me abd pulled me to him. "Des..this is deep...how did this happen?" He ripped off a piece of his clothing and tied it around my hand. <br>
I looked terrified, "I dont know Parker! I dont know!" I breathed hevily now, and Parked pulled me into him. His arms wrapped around me as he held my head on his chest. "Im calling an ambulance...you need one." He murmured. <br>
I shook violently, and i nodded. "Desiree? You okay?" "Yeah Des?" I heard Marley and Tara. I watched the door open and Marley's jaw dropped. "Des! Your hand!" She screeched. I shivered. "I...know." Then. I blacked out. <p>
I awoke in my house, my right hand felt numb, stitches spead across the palm. "Mom?" I groaned inwardly. My mother hurried down to me. "Yes sweetie?" I saw a flash of black behind my mother, and my breathung immediantly turned to choaked sobs. "Mom! Theres a demon! Run!" I cryed. My mother looked confused. "A demon..?" <br>
"Yes! Yes!" I cryed in horror as it neared my mother. "First pain you will feel." The Demon laughed, And he appeard to my mother. "Hello, Mrs. Bryans." The demon chuckled cooly and all of the sudden, vanished with my mom. I heared a scream...then...nothing. <br>
"M...mom?" I got to my feet, slowly walking towards the kitchen. My moms hand lay limply, bloodied. Then the rest of her body. The Demon had killed my mother. "No.." I started to cry. "No!" Now that i was 16, i could live alone...but life without my mother was no question. <br>
I called up Marley. "Hello." Her voice answered. Thank goodness! "Marley come qu-"Then the phone cut off. "Marley!? Marley!" I screamed. "I told you child." A laugh came, a demons laugh. "We have taken your frinds as prsoners." And the phone line was cut. <br>
I sunk to the ground. "Parker!" I cryed in relife when i saw Parker standing quietly in the front door. But he was still. "Parker...? Say something? Please?" "Im your worst nightmare. I will kill you, Desiree Bryans." It was a harsh cold tone...then a cough and a struggled voice. "Desiree...run.." It was Parker. And the Demon had posseced him. "No Parker!" <br>
"Please...i love you..Des....i dont want to see you..killed." Then the Demon had taken over. "Choose! You, or him." The Demon barked. "Me!" I pleaded. "N..no..Des." Parker spoke agakn.."D..dont choose." He whispered. The Demon pushed me down. "Choose!" "I...i have no answer." I studdered. <br>
"Then ill choose for you." The Demon had slowly faded from Parkers body, but dident leave without choosing. "I...love y-" Parker sunk to the ground, his blue eyes looked up at me. "I.." He fell silent. <br>
"PARKER! No!' <p>
Chapter 4; Revenge. Coming soon.
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