Caius marched in, letting the door swing shut behind him. Always one for the dramatic entry was Caius. He would march into anything, and sum it up in one sentence, making it so simple, when it in fact wasn’t. I wondered what he would come up with this time.
“Well,” he detto firmly. “This is quite a shocking and distressing situation we find ourselves in.”
“It certainly is, my friend,” Aro replied. “And I was hoping we could put our heads together and come up with some way to solve it.”
“I can only see one way to bring Jane back,” Didyme said...
This is a spur of the moment, random, outta the blue, fanfic bout The Volturi. It's probably no good... but i wanna try it out. Tell me if it's terrible, please.
I looked up as Felix and Demetri entered the room. Between them, they dragged a small figure. It was a child. At first, I thought it was a dead human body, that they had brought to me for some reason, perhaps as a gift.
I tried to remember what mistakes they had made in the past year. I could think of none.
But then, the child looked up. It was a vampire, that much was certain. How else could it be living without a heartbeat?...
I walked down the corridor, until I heard voices. I pushed the heavy wooden doors open, and on seeing Aro, Caius, Marcus and Didyme gathered in the middle of the room, I grinned. They looked so shocked; it was hilarious.
“Where’s Jane?” I asked, coming to a stop when I reached them.
No one answered me.
“Well?” I demanded. “Where is she?”
Aro cleared his throat, looking uncomfortable. “We don’t know. She left, and she’s not planning on returning.”
“No! No, no, no!” I shouted, my shock fuelling my anger, my despair calming my panic. I was...
"Felix, could te go and find Caius and Marcus and tell them I would like to speak with them here?" I asked him. He nodded.
"Yes, Master," He replied, turning and leaving the room.
"Thank you, Felix."
I hoped that either Caius o Marcus had even faintest idea of what we could do to save Alec, for I had no clue. I tried to hide my hopelessness from Jane, but I knew she saw it, and I knew it upset her further.
The silence in the room was deafening, like a heavy blanket, stifling me. Watching Jane’s eyes, as they changed, I knew how important it...
My hand dropped my side; I had no strength to hold it up myself. Like a puppet, I stood motionless and limp. My eyes, watching Aro, were the only things that moved. I tried not to think of what had happened, but I could erase the memory of Alec being taken from my mind… his silence, his desperate expression, his fear… his eyes, emptying of feeling as he was carried farther and farther away…
I felt like weeping, but I couldn’t. Trapped within my own body, I could do nothing except hope and yearn and remember things I longed to forget, things I wished had never happened....