Babysitting Struggles: PrologueBabysitting StrugglesBabysitting Struggles: Prologue by boundbymywords
The barren, rolling fields seemed to run forever as the two-door coupe sped furiously down the country road. On each side, frost clung to the dead grass as proof that the last days of winter still had a grip on the rural country-side. Though it had been a harsh season of cooler temperatures and dreary days, evidence that spring was right around the corner was apparent by a few of the trees beginning to bloom off in the distance.
The towering skyscrapers of Pearl City became smaller and smaller in the rear view mirror as the babysitter’s foot pressed down hard on the accelerator. She was never known for her punctuality and once again she was late for another commitment. Glancing over at the clock on her dashboard, she cursed in her delectable British accent as the destination appeared to be nowhere in sight. “Where in the bloody hell is this place?! It feels like I’ve
Cyan Wings and Crimson Chains - 4Chloe spent quite a while in the company of Lady Blackfire and her daughter. Long enough to get a good picture of a demon's daily work. That particular phrase didn't really fit though, considering that this demonic sanctuary functioned without a sun or a sky for that matter. The demons usually referred to their working routines between periods of rest as Cycles.Cyan Wings and Crimson Chains - 4 by Hiveminder
Here and there, demons wandered through rifts leading to other worlds, probably with the intent of causing trouble, starting conflicts or simply messing with people's daily lives in selected planes of reality.
“I don't really understand why you're doing this...” Chloe wondered. “Just why do you torment the mortals like this?”
Jordan immediately put on a smug, know-it-all grin. “Don't they teach you anything up there?“ She asked, cynical. “Or has Lord Sylvarant forgotten the reason himself, perhaps?”
Not exactly the clear answer Chloe had hoped for. Her thoughts wandered off