11. Epilogue STC

Rhodes, 1939

“Samuel Earl Northman, get yourself back here this instant!” Sookie called out to her unruly son as he ran through the ruins she had excavated nearly a decade before.

“Was it here that you saw the vampire, Father?”  Eric chuckled.

“Right over there,” he pointed and smiled as Sam sprinted off again.  If he knew his son he was hoping to find the creature still there so he could question her endlessly about the story as he did his parents.

“Sam!” Sookie called out again.

“Let him go,” Eric told her, pulling her close and kissing her softly.  “He wants to explore the place he’s been hearing about since he was in the cradle.”

“He’s like his mother that way.”

“A little bit,” he kissed her again.  When he felt her relax against him he moved to her neck.  “You think later you might let me rouge your nipples?”  She giggled.

“You wish.”

“I do, I wish it very much.”  Her arms went around his neck.  She squealed when he spun her around her feet leaving the ground.

“Oh, I love you!” she called out laughing as she had long ago when he tickled her in another time, in another life.

“Good, because I love you, too.”  He set her down, kissing the top of her head before taking her hand and heading in the direction of Sam’s voice calling out to them.

“You gotta see this!”

~The End~

8 thoughts on “11. Epilogue STC

  1. I absolutely loved this story during the contest!

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  2. Tynee23 says:

    Great story. Thanks

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  3. This was one of my favorites in the contest! And it was just as good reading it a second time!

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  4. lovinthevamp says:

    That was a fabulous story – I was on the edge of my seat the entire time! Loved it!


  5. read the story again…..loved it even more. 😀

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  6. Love this story! Greek mythology has always fascinated me and then we get two greek stories in one contest!

    I really like the time traveling aspect and the mentions of the other universes. The whole thing was just brilliant. You also left it open at the end, incase the mood strikes? 😉 lol. Just wishful thinking.

    Great Job! And thanks so much for sharing!!

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