Weekly Soap Opera Spoilers for July 31 – August 4, 2017

Week of July 31 – August 4, 2017

The Young and the Restless

Monday: Nick and Chelsea meet a mysterious stranger; Cane refuses to be a victim of blackmail; Abby and Zack share a charged moment.

Tuesday: Billy and Victoria retaliate against Cane; Sharon’s attempt to help Crystal backfires; Hilary questions Jordan about his feelings for Lily.

Wednesday: Lily reaches her breaking point in her marriage; Lauren calls a truce with Sharon; Phyllis wants Billy to keep his distance from Victoria.

Thursday: Nikki defends her relationship with Jack; Victor worries about Victoria’s behavior; Mariah puts her heart on her sleeve with Tessa.

Friday: Phyllis schemes to get Victoria out of Billy’s orbit; Mariah opens up to Devon; Nick puts Scott in his place.

The Bold and the Beautiful

Monday: The course of Thomas’ life is changed by one call from Caroline and Douglas; Bill holds the results as everyone awaits word on who won the Forrester vs. Spectra fashion challenge.

Tuesday: Katie and Wyatt push the boundaries of their attraction to each other; Zende is hurt when Nicole decides to skip out on a party commerating Zende’s accomplishment.

Wednesday: Quinn is thrilled when she receives a call from Eric stating that he’s ready to return home; Katie fills Wyatt in on her suspicions regarding Zende and Maya.

Thursday: Quinn’s world is rocked when Eric makes a declaration about their marriage; Katie becomes uncomfortable when Wyatt broaches their flirtations in Monte Carlo.

Friday: Wyatt gets excited about a possible new relationship when he’s asked out on a date; Ridge becomes defensive when Steffy confronts him about his intentions toward Quinn.

General Hospital

Monday: Sonny begins to lose hope; Nina is on the defense; Nathan delivers a strong warning.

Tuesday: Carly lashes out at Jordan; Avery is inconsolable; Ava takes pains to hide her appearance.

Wednesday: Griffin is cautiously optimistic; Oscar offers his support; Nelle scrutinizes a gift.

Thursday: Valentin deals with an intruder; Julian tries to raise Ava’s spirits; Carly seeks out Michael.

Friday: Dante helps Carly; Sam struggles with reality; Ava gets a proposal that could change her fate.

Days of Our Lives

Monday: Abigail is seriously hurt when she saves Chad’s life; Marlena finds herself in deep trouble; John helps Paul develop a strategy to suss out Victor; Steve’s suspicions about Trip setting up Kayla begin to grow.

Tuesday: Chad, Jennifer and JJ hold vigil over Abigail; Hope and Rafe hunt for Dario; Roman wonders if Eric has developed feelings for Nicole again; Brady is upset by a conversation he overhears between Nicole and Maggie.

Wednesday: Jennifer and JJ await word on Abigail; Anjelica has trouble keeping her cohort in line; Gabi reveals to Chad that Abigail’s marriage to Dario was for green-card purposes; Marlena finds herself in a familiar place.

Thursday: Abigail makes it out of surgery, but Kayla warns everyone she’s not out of the woods yet; Chad informs Andre that he intends to turn himself into the police; Tripp is determined to make Kayla pay; Brady can’t shake his suspicions about Nicole and Eric.

Friday: Eric comforts Jennifer; Gabi overhears Chad declare his love for Abigail; Tripp confronts Kayla, accusing her of killing Ava; Brady is upset when Nicole lies to him.

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Days of Our Lives

A heated argument between Chad, Dario and Abigail puts Chad in the path of an oncoming vehicle.

Hattie and Anjelica continue their scheme to have Hattie and Bonnie take over Marlena and Adrienne’s lives.

Brady grows suspicious of Nicole and Eric.

Steve also grows suspicious of Tripp as he continues his investigation into Kayla’s suspension.

General Hospital

Josslyn and Oscar unknowingly ride their bikes to the site where Sonny has been left abandoned by Sam and Garvey.

Garvey taunts Carly and Liz as Carly seeks answers to Sonny’s whereabouts.

Jason, Julian, Alexis, and Kristina sit vigil on Sam’s condition as she falls into a coma; yet celebrate that Scout seems to be unaffected.

The Bold and Beautiful

The fashion competition between Forrester and Spectra begins in Monte Carlo, despite Thomas’ growing concerns over Caroline’s health, thanks to Bill’s machinations.

Eric continues to hide with Sheila while Quinn wonders about the state of her marriage.

Katie and Wyatt flirt at the Spencer Summit in Monte Carlo.

The Young and the Restless

Cane fights the blackmail as Billy stumbles onto his secret that could change Cane’s life.

Lily struggles to keep her marriage and family together.

Tensions rise between Charlie and Reed concerning Reed’s intentions toward Mattie.

Sharon grows concerned over Crystal and works with Paul on a sex trafficking crime.

Charles in Charge: The New Career

Synopsis

10 years later, Charles has graduated from Copeland College as a securities broker on Wall Street for a Fortune 500 company. The Powell Children, Jamie, Sarah and Adam, are grown up, leading lives of their own. Sarah is a hair and makeup stylist for the stars out in Hollywood, Sarah is a married mother of twin girls, Gwendolyn (after Charles college girlfriend, Gwendolyn) and Jamie (after her sister), and Adam is starting his freshman year at Copeland College. Charles’ college pal, Buddy Lembeck, is engaged to Charles’ ex-girlfriend from college, but sparks fly when Charles, Buddy and Gwendolyn reunite after going in different directions after college. When Charles is accused of embezzling funds from his new Wall Street employer, Sarah takes his defense. But is Charles guilty, and will it affect his renewed blossoming romance with Gwendolyn?

Cast

Charles – Scott Baio
Buddy Lembeck – Willie Aames
Gwendolyn Pearce – Jennifer Runyon
Walter Powell – James T. Callahan
Ellen Powell – Sandra Kern
Jamie Powell – Nicole Eggert
Sarah Powell – Josie Davis
Adam Powell – Alexander Polinsky
Anthony – Justin Whalin

Chapter 1

Charles took one last look at himself in the mirror before heading off for his new job with Scheffer & Sons Investments. It was his first job after just graduating from Copeland College.

Charles reminisced about his time with the Powell family, taking care of their three children, Jamie, Sarah, and Adam—now grown and leading lives of their own.

Jamie was in Hollywood working as a hair and makeup artist to the stars. She always told Charles who she had been working with—stars like Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Matt Damon…she seemed really happy in her job.

Then there was Sarah. Sweet, precocious Sarah. An attorney and mother to twin girls.

And Adam—Adam was a lot like him—mischievous—now in his freshman year of college at Copeland College. Charles was choked up when Adam told him he was going to his alma mater.

But the main reason Charles was glad to be working was his college pal, Buddy Lembeck. It broke Charles’ heart to learn of Buddy’s engagement to his college sweetheart, Gwendolyn Pearce. He always thought he and Gwen would marry. Even had the ring picked out to propose. But now it was dead in the water. She was Buddy’s girl now.

Charles pulled into the parking lot of Scheffer’s and dried his eyes, as he tearing up from the memories.

Now composed, Charles headed inside for his first day on the job.

A Little Less Conversation: An Elvis Presley Fanfiction

Introduction

Charity Sullivan loves long talks in the night. So when she gets the chance to meet her idol, Elvis Presley, she has the most amazing conversations with her idol. As the two become closer through these talks, the two fall in love. But an unexpected secret from Charity’s past threatens to destroy her new-found friendship with her idol and friend. Will love win out, or will Charity’s friendship be over?

Chapter 1

“C’mon, Steve.” Charity pleaded. “I don’t want to do this.”

“Baby, I need you so bad right now.” Steve continued kissing Charity hard on the lips as he pressed his hand harder on her breasts.

“Please, Steve, I just want to talk.” Charity persisted.

“That’s all you seem to want to do these days!” Steve said angrily. “Get out of my car!”

Charity did as Steve said as she was afraid of his anger and what he might do. As soon Charity got out, Steve pulled away from the side of the curb where had parked his Chevy ’56 to make out, leaving Charity standing there bewildered. Not knowing where to turn, Charity began walking, but it was only 10 minutes when she got a ride from a kind stranger who took her home.

Charity got home and went to the kitchen hungry after her ordeal with her so-called boyfriend. She didn’t understand why he always wanted to have sex. All she wanted was to talk. Why couldn’t they just talk, Charity wondered. Isn’t there a guy out there who just wants to talk?

Charity finished pigging out from being depressed and went up to her room to listen to her favorite idol of all time, Elvis Presley. Listening to him croon on her record player always made her feel better. As she listened to Elvis sing, Charity opened up her favorite magazine and saw an advertisement for a contest that would allow the winner one night with Elvis. Shelby immediately tore out the contest form and sent it in. She just had to win that contest.

2 weeks later, Charity came home from her job as a waitress at Hughie’s Diner to find a letter lying on her pink bedspread. Charity immediately tore open the letter when she saw it was from the contest she entered.

“Congratulations, Miss Sullivan! You have been selected as the winner! You will be spending one fabulous night with the King himself! You can meet Mr. Presley on Monday, July 14, 1961!

Charity was excited! She would get to meet and spend the night with Elvis Presley! Her 25th birthday!

Then she noticed the date and suddenly realized she would be working. She would asked her boss if she could have the day off. She just couldn’t miss this night!

Chapter 2

“C’mon, Mr. Standish!” Charity pleaded with her boss to have her birthday off.

“This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I get to spend the evening with the King himself!”

“No, Charity! Absolutely not!” Mr. Standish affirmed. “I can’t afford to have you take off work that night!”

“Mr. Standish, I can work instead!” Tina, another waitress offered.

“No way, Tina.” Mr. Standish flat out said. “I don’t want you working. I want my best waitress there and Charity is that person!”

“Well, if you won’t give me the night off, then I’ll just call off!” Charity threatened. “Because I’m going no matter what!”

“If you do, you’re fired!” Mr. Standish threatened back.

“Fine!” Charity angrily said. “I quit!”

And she walked out of Hughie’s Diner for the last time.

Charity was so excited to be one of Elvis Presley’s guest, it didn’t sink in the ramifications of quitting her job. She couldn’t wait! Two days and she would be onstage with Elvis Presley!

Two days later, Charity was getting ready for her night with Elvis Presley, when there was a knock on the front door.

“I’m here for Charity Sullivan.” Elvis’ chauffeur, Reid, said when Charity’s mother answered the door.

“Just one moment.”

“I’ll be waiting in the car, ma’am.” Reid told her.

“Charity, there is a chauffeur waiting outside for you!” Charity’s mother called up after her.

“What? A chauffeur!” Charity said with excitement as she ran down the stairs.
“Yes, darling. He’s waiting out in the car for you.”

On the ride to the studio, Charity couldn’t stop thinking about this night. A night with Elvis Presley. And on her 25th birthday! When Reid pulled up to the studio doors, Elvis himself was at the front doors to escort her to the studio. Imagine a big star like Elvis was waiting for her. Charity Sullivan: nobody!

Elvis led Charity to the room where she waited for Elvis to announce her arrival onstage.

“Ladies and gentlemen, I have a surprise for you!” Elvis began.

Applause came from the audience as Elvis patiently tried to make his announcement.

“Thank you.” Elvis began when the audience calmed down. “Now that I have your attention.”

Charity waited impatiently while Elvis made his announcement as Elvis’ manager led her to the stage.

“I have the winner backstage and they will be making their debut here tonight.”

Elvis said as the audience waited in anticipation. “Ladies and gentlemen, please give a warm welcome to the winner of the contest, Charity Sullivan!”

As Charity walked onstage, but she was clueless as to why she was there. She didn’t realize she was going to sing. She thought it was just an interview. When the audience cheered for her to sing, Charity stood frozen. Then suddenly ran from the stage.

Chapter 3

“Ladies and gentlemen.” Elvis announced. “Please calm down.”

Recordings played in the background as Elvis ran to find Charity to see what was happening. He finally found Charity in the dressing room crying.

“Miss Sullivan!” Elvis pleaded with Charity to open the door. “I’m here to help.”

“Go away!” Charity yelled back. “I won’t do it!”

“Do what?” Elvis asked.

“Sing!”

“Ah, come on. It’ll be alright.” Elvis said, trying to encourage her.

“I didn’t know I would have to sing!” Charity quizzed. “I thought it was just an interview and an evening with the King.”

“It’s okay, Charity. Please come out.”

Charity opened the door as Elvis came in to see her.

“My what a pretty woman.” Elvis said when he got inside the dressing room and shut the door. “Now, what’s wrong?”

“Sing something.” Elvis encouraged her.

“What?”

“Sing with me.” Elvis told her as he began to sing, “Love Me Tender.”

“Love me tender. . . .” Elvis began crooning.

A few minutes later, Charity joined in singing with him, finishing the song with Elvis.

“See, I told you you could do it!” Elvis encouraged Charity when they finished singing.

“B-b-b-ut, I’m scared!” Charity stammered.

“What are you scared of?”

“That everyone will laugh at me?!”

“Here’s what you do.” Elvis began. “Just pretend I’m the only one in the audience.”
“How will that help?”

“Just pretend it’s only us in the auditorium.” Elvis advised.

“Okay, I’ll try it.” Charity said, feeling a bit more confident thanks to Elvis.

Elvis escorted Charity back on stage and announced Charity’s debut. Although Charity still felt butterflies in her stomach, she walked onto the stage frightened but confident and began to sing “I Can’t Help Falling in Love” as the crowd cheered her performance.

“Thank you for this moment!” Charity said gratefully when she finished singing.

As Charity walked offstage, Elvis gave her a congratulatory kiss on the cheek, “See, I knew you could do it.”

The rest of the evening was spent having dinner at Elvis’ favorite restaurant where he presented Charity with a surprise.

Chapter 4

Charity hungrily ate her dinner that Elvis had ordered for her. Normally, she detested having her dinner ordered for her, but this was The King, Elvis Presley. Somehow, it didn’t matter. She was having dinner with Elvis Presley. And Charity didn’t want to ruin this night by bickering with her idol.

“My you have a hearty appetite!” Elvis exclaimed.

“I’m sorry, Mr. Presley. Am I being rude?” Charity apologized.

“No, no, not at all.” Elvis encouraged. “I love a woman with a healthy appetite.”

Charity had finished her plate of tacos, her favorite meal—how did Elvis know it was her favorite meal—as the server was bringing a chocolate fudge sundae by. As good as it was, Charity just couldn’t eat one, could she? And before she knew it, Elvis was ordering two chocolate fudge sundaes.

“I hope you don’t mind me ordering a sundae for you?” Elvis asked.

“No, not al all.” Charity said, despite how much she really wanted one.

As they were waiting for their sundaes to arrive, Elvis sprang his surprise on her.

“Charity, I have something to ask you.” Elvis said, as Charity wondered what it could be.

“Yes, Mr. Presley?”

“As you know, you won the contest and it was nice to spend the evening with you. . .”Elvis began.

“I really enjoyed this night with you. it was an honor to spend this night with you.”

“That’s not all.” Elvis said.

“What isn’t all?”

“Charity, the real prize was to come on tour with me.” Elvis revealed. “That’s why you had to sing.”

Charity’s mouth dropped as Elvis’ confession sank in with her. She couldn’t believe that Elvis Presley was asking her to sing with him, let alone go on tour with him.

“I don’t know what to say?” Charity said surprised.

“You have a really nice voice.” Elvis told her. “The audience loved you.”

“How do you know?”

“You didn’t hear the applause you got?!”

“I thought the applause was for you.”

“No, they were applauding you.” Elvis told her.

“I don’t understand?” Charity said, confused. “You’re the big star. You’re the one they were listening to?”

“Charity, my fans want more of you. That is why I want you to come on tour with me.”

“Okay. I accept.” Charity said, not wanting to disappoint the King.

“What do you say we finish these sundaes and go pack your things so we can head for my bus.” Elvis told her. “We leave in the morning.”

Charity gulped as she finished the last of her sundae. Leaving tomorrow? What was she going to say to her family?

Chapter 5

Charity walked home after eating dinner with Elvis. She had to now had to tell her family that she was going on tour with Elvis Presley. She just knew her mother and father were going to flip out at her news. But she didn’t expect what was coming next as a car stopped just ahead of her.

It was her boyfriend, Steve…….and he looked mad as hell. Charity didn’t want to get in his car when Steve was in a mood.

When Charity walked on by Steve’s car, Steve got out and grabbed Charity’s arm and drug her inside his car.

“Just who the hell were you having dinner with tonight?” Steve raged at her.

“A-A-A f-f-f-riend.” Charity stammered, afraid of facing Steve’s wrath.

“Yeah! You screwing him too!” Steve said loudly, getting in her face.

“No, Steve, he’s just a friend.” Charity pleaded with him to believe her.

“I’m warning you, Char, I’m watching you!” Steve warned her, shaking his fist in her face. “If you so much…..”

Steve started up his car and drove to a secluded spot at Lover’s Lane. Turning off the ignition, Steve grabbed Charity and began stroking her breast rough and kissing her lips.

Charity tried to resist his advances, but he only squeezed her tighter.

“Steve, please. . .stop!” Charity pleaded with him, not in the mood for what was coming next.

But Charity’s cries fell on deaf ears as Steve groped her between the legs and after several minutes of groping her roughly, Charity felt pain in her groin as Steve pleasured himself inside of her.

When Steve was finished, Charity, hurt and humiliated by Steve’s violent act on her, pulled her torn blouse around her and sat in his car while he drove her home.

Once home, Charity was getting out of Steve’s car, and in what seemed a “tender” moment, Steve said, “I do love you, Charity.”

Charity just ignored Steve’s apology and slammed his car door and went inside her house. Not wanting to see her parents after Steve’s attack, she ran upstairs and shut herself in her room, and cried.

She cheered up when her phone rang and it was Elvis telling her how happy he was that she was coming on tour with him.

After hanging up with Elvis, the night’s event haunted her: how was she going to tell Elvis what had just happened to her?

From the Ghetto to Stardom: An Elvis Presley Fanfiction

Introduction

Tammy Sue Porter has always had a crush on Elvis Presley and been a fan of his music. She has followed his career from the beginning. When Elvis’ manager runs a contest for a background singer after one of his singers is hurt, Tammy Sue enters the contest just for fun and is shocked when she actually wins. After doing a few shows with Elvis, fans love the two of them together. Will Tammy Sue remain the same person after her recent success singing with Elvis, or will success go to her head?

Chapter 1

Tammy Sue rolled over and hit the snooze button on her alarm. Another boring day at The Happy Tomato, an Italian Restaurant where Tammy works as a waitress. Tammy is sick of her boring life with her boring boyfriend, Tom, whom she has been dating practically since birth. Okay, it’s only been since high school. Tammy Sue has known Tom since they were babies playing in the sandbox. Their families have been friends since before Tammy Sue and Tom were born.

The only real joy Tammy Sue gets is when she listens to her all-time favorite, Elvis Presley. She just melts when she hears his voice. Her favorite songs are “Can’t Help Falling In Love”, “In the Ghetto”, and “Kentucky Rain.”

Tammy Sue switched on the radio and the DJ has just announced an Elvis-Free-For-All. Tammy Sue is delighted that the station will play only Elvis songs for the day. The DJ puts on “Kentucky Rain” and Tammy Sue sings along as she knows the words by heart.

After the song is over, the DJ comes on with a shocking announcement: “I know there are many of you Elvis Presley fans out there. So I have great news from Elvis’ manager. He has just informed the radio station that there will be a contest for a backup singer to sing in Elvis band. Come down to the station today if you wish to enter the contest. The winner will get an all-expense paid trip to Graceland.” Don’t miss this one chance to sing with your biggest heartthrob.”

Tammy Sue can’t believe it. She calls in to work to say she won’t make it. She has decided to enter the contest just for fun. She knows she can’t sing, despite what everyone tells her. She just wants to do this for fun.

After calling her manager to tell them she won’t be in, Tammy Sue hops in her ’57 Cadillac, a gift from her uncle, because of her love for Elvis, and drives down to the radio station.

Chapter 2

When Tammy Sue arrives at the radio station to enter the Elvis contest, she wasn’t surprised there would be a long line to wait. . .she just didn’t expect it to be over three blocks long. “Oh well, better get in line and wait.” Tammy Sue said to her self.

As she waited patiently in line, she couldn’t believe the nerve of some people. Some of the people were yelling and demanding the line speed up. They were even calling the radio station staff names. But Tammy Sue toughed it out and stood there patiently for her turn to audition.

She only had to wait a half an a hour to audition. That’s when a gentleman in a dark blue suit came up to her and asked her to step to the front of the line. Tammy Sue could hear the crowd yelling and screaming as she was escorted to the front of the line.

Then the worst happened. . .the angry crowd started throwing anything they could get their hands on at Tammy Sue and the gentleman. That’s when the gentleman pulled Tammy Sue quickly inside the radio station and get away from the angry crowd.

When Tammy Sue was safely inside the radio station, the gentleman introduced himself as Colonel Tom Parker, Elvis Presley’s manager.

“Colonel Tom Parker?” Tammy Sue said, feeling as if she faint.”

“Yes, I am. And Elvis is right inside with the station.” Colonel Parker tells her.

“What? I didn’t know Elvis would be here?” Tammy Sue said, about ready to pass out.”

“Yes, ma’am. He is. That was the surprise for his fans.” Colonel Parker said. “It was a surprise for his fans. Can I get your name?”

“What? Oh, I’m sorry. It’s T-T-Tammy Sue.” a nervous Tammy Sue said.

“Great, Tammy Sue. The other surprise is there was never going to be an audition. You see, we were looking a certain type to sing backup with Mr. Presley, and you fit the bill especially. I knew it when I saw you standing patiently in line.”

“What? I’m the one you picked. But you don’t even know if I can sing?” Tammy Sue said.

“I’m sure Mr. Presley will be pleased by my choice. Now c’mon before we make him upset. He doesn’t like to be held waiting.”

Colonel Tom Parker led Tammy Sue down a long corridor that seemed to take a long time to reach. Tammy Sue couldn’t believe she was about to meet Elvis Presley in person.

Chapter 2

Tammy Sue nearly fainted when Col. Parker opened the door to the recording booth to find Elvis crooning Tammy Sue’s favorite song, “Can’t Help Falling in Love.” Before she could fall to the floor, Elvis jumped up and scooped Tammy Sue up in his arms and gently laid her on the sofa until she came to.

A few minutes later, Tammy Sue opened her eyes and thought she must have died and went to heaven.

“Is this heaven?” Tammy Sue asked, groggily. “Am I dead?”

“No, beautiful.” Elvis said, gently rubbing her head with the moist cloth. “You fainted and I laid you on the sofa before you could fall.”

“Oh my gosh!” Tammy Sue said, embarrassed. “I feel like such a fool, fainting in front of Elvis Presley!”

Elvis just smiled and looked down at Tammy Sue, lovingly, gently caressing her shoulders.

“Well, we should get started.” Elvis said, trying to deny his sudden attraction to Tammy Sue.

“Yeah, sure. What do you want me to do, Mr. Presley?”

“Please, call me Elvis.”

“Yes, Mr. -er Elvis.”

“I’m going to sing “That’s All Right” first and I want you to just listen. Then you and I will sing it together. And after that, I want to hear you sing it alone.” Elvis instructed.

“Yes, Elvis.” Tammy Sue agreed.

“That’s all right, Mamma. . .” Elvis crooned, while Tammy Sue listened to the words.

When Elvis finished the song, Elvis and Tammy Sue sang the song together, as Tammy Sue got a feel for the lyrics.

Elvis was getting ready to sit down and let Tammy Sue sing the song solo, when the angry mob outside the radio station began throwing rocks at the window to the room that someone had saw Elvis and Tammy Sue sitting in.

Before Elvis to get Tammy Sue out of harm’s way, a rock had hit Tammy Sue in the head and knocked her unconscious. As Elvis tried to frantically revive Tammy Sue, he called the paramedics to have Tammy Sue looked at since she wasn’t responding.

Feeling responsible for Tammy Sue’s injuries, Elvis rode with Tammy Sue in the ambulance to the hospital and waited there for doctors to find out Tammy Sue’s prognosis.

Chapter 3

When Tammy Sue woke up, Elvis’ face looking at her with adoration was the first thing she saw.

“Where am I?” Tammy Sue said, groggily.

“Sh-h-h!” Elvis told her, holding her hand to keep her calm. “Just relax. Don’t talk.”

“But—-”, Tammy Sue tried to speak, but Elvis gently placed his finger on her lips.

“It’s okay, sweetie. You’re in the hospital after suffering a concussion from the mob outside the radio station.” Elvis told her.

“I was about to sing a solo.” Tammy Sue said, regretfully. “Now I’ve lost any chance of winning the contest!”

“You can sing the solo when you get out of here.” Elvis promised.

The phone rang in Tammy Sue’s room and Elvis answered it.

“Hello?”

“Elvis, I’m glad you picked up.” Tom Parker said. “You need to get to the station right away.”

“What’s wrong?”

“The radio station would like you here to do a press conference on what happened here at the radio station.” Tom Parker told him.

“Okay, Tom, I’ll be right there.” Elvis said, as he hung up and placed the phone back in the cradle.

“Sweetheart, I gotta go for now. I have to clear up some business at the station.” Elvis told Tammy Sue. “I’ll be back later to see how you are doing. You get some rest while I’m gone.”

Elvis gave Tammy Sue a kiss on her cheek that sent butterflies to her stomach as Elvis left her side to head to the radio station.

While Elvis was gone, Tammy pulled out her journal from her backpack that she carries around with her everywhere and began jotting down her thoughts.

“Dear Diary,

I had the most amazing day today! I got selected by Elvis Presley to sing a song for him. It was amazing! The worst part was when I got ready to sing a solo for him, the angry mob outside the radio station began throwing rocks at the window and one hit me in the head, sending me to the hospital. Elvis is such a great guy, he said that I could sing the solo for him when I get out of this hospital. Life couldn’t be any better! Thanks for listening!

Then Tammy Sue put her journal away in her backpack and settled down in bed and fell asleep dreaming of Elvis.

Chapter 4

Tammy Sue woke the next morning to find Elvis asleep in a chair next to her hospital bed. “Why would a star like Elvis stay by her side all night in her hospital room.?” Tammy Sue thought.

Tammy gently roused Elvis from his slumber, “Mr. Presley.”

“What?” Elvis said, startled.

“It’s me, Tammy Sue, Mr. Presley.” Tammy Sue gently reminded him.

“Oh, gosh, I’m so sorry, Tammy Sue.” Elvis apologized.

“Hey, I’m just surprised you spent the night in my hospital room?”

“I was worried about you and just wanted to make sure you were okay?”

Tammy Sue touched his hand and smiled, and it was then that Elvis realized that he was falling love with her.

While the doctors were getting ready to discharge Tammy Sue, Col. Parker had just arrived at the recording studio to find the same angry mob that had thrown rocks at the radio station and hit Tammy Sue Porter and delayed her solo.

Before he managed to get inside the studio, he was hit with a newspaper. He picked it up only to discover the headline: “ELVIS PRESLEY SPENDS NIGHT IN HOSPITAL WITH CONTEST WINNER! WAS THE CONTEST RIGGED?”

Col. Parker calls Elvis at the hospital when he gets to his office.

“Hey, Boss! What’s up?” Elvis says, as he answers the phone in Tammy Sue’s room.

“We have a huge problem, Elvis?”

“What kinda problem?”

“There was a article written about you in the paper.” Col. Parker explains. “It’s accusing you of rigging the contest so your “lover” can win.”

“What?” Elvis rages. “That’s a lie!”

“I know it is, but the angry mob doesn’t think so.”

“Well, Tammy Sue is about to be discharged from the hospital any time. I’ll be there to do some damage control.”

Elvis hung up just as the doctor had come to discharge Tammy Sue. Elvis took Tammy Sue out the back way away from the angry mob so she wouldn’t see or find out what the angry mob was saying.

Chapter 5

Elvis managed to get Tammy Sue out of the hospital and to Sun Records before the angry mob got wind of Tammy Sue’s release from the hospital.

“Elvis, I’m so glad you two got here alright.” Col. Parker said, gratefully.

“Lucky no one spotted us leaving.” Elvis said.

“What are you two talking about?” Tammy Sue said confused.

“Nothing for you to worry about, sweetheart.” Elvis told her. “Now, let’s hear that solo you were going to do.”

Tammy Sue sang her favorite song, “Can’t Help Falling In Love” as Elvis sat back and listened. He liked what he heard and loved Tammy Sue’s voice.

“Bravo, Tammy Sue.” Elvis said, clapping his hands as she finished her solo. “You will make a fine addition to the group.”

“I got in the band!” an ecstatic Tammy Sue exclaimed.

“Yes, dear. You’re in.” Elvis said, hugging her and holding her tightly in his arms. The closeness made Tammy Sue feel awkward and she backed away, shyly.

“What’s wrong, Tammy Sue?” Elvis asked. “Did I offend you?”

“Nothing.” Tammy Sue said, timidly. “I think I need to go home now.”

“I’ll drive you home.” Elvis said, not wanting one of the angry mob crowds to hurt Tammy Sue.

Elvis escorted Tammy Sue out the front door of Sun Records and to his Cadillac where he opened the passenger door and helped Tammy Sue in. Then he went around to the driver’s side, got in, and started the ignition. Elvis didn’t like chauffeurs and preferred to drive his own car.

The two of them drove in silence as neither knew what to say. Finally, Elvis pulled up in front of Tammy Sue’s apartment building, a run-down slum her single mother worked three jobs just to pay the rent. Tammy Sue got out of Elvis’s Cadillac before he got offended at the sight.

But Elvis spoke before she could get out, “I’ll pick you up in the morning at 6:00 a.m. Sharp so we can be on the road for the tour.”

“Okay, Mr. Presley, I mean, Elvis.” Tammy Sue said, as she got out.

Elvis watched Tammy Sue go inside before he pulled away from the drive.

When Tammy Sue got inside, she was asked a barrage of questions by her mother and her baby sister, Kathy Sue.

“Tammy Sue, you’re late.” Tammy Sue declared.

“I’m sorry mother.” Elvis took me home from the hospital, where I sang my solo.” Tammy Sue explained.

“What happened, Tammy Sue?” Kathy Sue asked.

“I won the contest and I am one of Elvis band members.” Tammy Sue said, ecstatically.

“Oh, Tammy Sue, I’m so proud of you, darling.” Tammy Sue’s mother said proudly.

“I leave in the morning with Elvis and his band.” Tammy Sue said, sadly.

“Oh, Tammy Sue. That soon?”

“Yes, mother, I’m afraid so.”

“Well, let’s all have dinner and then we can retire for a good night’s sleep.”

“Thank you mother.” Tammy Sue said, hugging her mother.

“I’m going to miss you while you’re gone.”

“I know. And I’ll miss you too.”

Tammy Sue and her mother and sister, Kathy Sue sat down for her last meal before she had to leave with Elvis and his band in the morning. Tammy Sue hoped this was the start of a better life for the three of them.

Chapter 6

Tammy Sue was up 2 hours before her alarm was set to go off. She couldn’t sleep a wink. She didn’t know if it was the excitement of going on the tour with Elvis and his band, or the strange feeling she got after Elvis hugged her. But she just shrugged it off, thinking it was just a friendly gesture by Elvis. He probably hugged all his fans that way.

Tammy Sue packed her beat-up suitcase with the best clothes she had―her 3 best dresses: 2 flower-print (1 blue and 1 yellow) and a blue pleated skirt and light blue blouse with matching tie that she kept from her years at the Academy (it was just a public school, but they called it the Academy to make it appear like a private school).

As soon as Tammy Sue packed her suitcase, she headed out to the living room where her mother was making breakfast.

“Mother dear, your up awful early?” Tammy Sue greeted her mother.

“I wanted my baby girl to have a nice breakfast before she headed off on her big adventure.”

“Thanks mother.” Tammy Sue said, giving her mother a kiss.

Tammy Sue sat down at the broken 3-legged table that her mother temporarily fixed with duct tape to make the 4th leg sturdy, but the table still shook whenever they sat down for a meal.

The doorbell rang and Tammy Sue hoped it wasn’t Elvis as she didn’t want him to see the way she and her family lived. Before Tammy Sue could get up to get the door, Tammy Sue’s mother had left to answer the door. A few minutes later, she came into the kitchen with Elvis as Tammy Sue looked embarrassed, polishing off the last of her mother’s delicious pancakes.

Tammy Sue got up to grab her suitcase, embarrassed to have to bring along the beat-up suitcase in front of an important man like Elvis. Tammy Sue just wanted to leave, but Elvis wanted Tammy Sue to say a proper good-bye to her family before he whisked her off on the road tour.

“Mrs. Porter, I just want to let you know, that I will watch over Tammy Sue while she is on tour with me and my band.” Elvis said, reassuring Tammy Sue’s mother.

“That’s nice to know, Mr. Presley.” Tammy Sue’s mother said, thanking him.

As Tammy Sue’s mother watched Elvis take her daughter away, she cried tears of joy for Tammy Sue’s happiness. She was glad Tammy Sue was getting this chance of a lifetime. She wished Tammy Sue all the best on her journey.

Chapter 7

Tammy Sue was getting dressed in her best outfit, her school uniform, when Elvis knocked on the door to her private dressing room. Tammy Sue wrapped her robe around her before answering the door.

“How’s my little star doing?’ Elvis asked gleefully.

“Just getting dressed.” Tammy Sue replied, getting the school uniform out of her closet.

“You’re not going to wear that, are you?” Elvis asked her.

“It’s the best dress I have.” Tammy Sue announced, shamelessly.

“Well, it’s a good thing I happened by with this.” Elvis adds, pulling out a glamorous, rhinestone-shimmering, white gown from his dress bag.

“Oh, Elvis, I just couldn’t.” Tammy Sue politely refuses.

“Nonsense!” Elvis tells her. “It’s a gift for you.”

“Thank you, Elvis.” Tammy Sue tells him gratefully.

“Now go try it on for me so I can see how it fits.” Elvis said, giving Tammy Sue a kiss on her cheek.

Excited, Tammy Sue did just that and went and put it on. When Tammy Sue came out of the bathroom, Elvis was taken aback by how beautiful Tammy Sue looked in the gown. He couldn’t take his eyes off her.

“Shall we go meet the fans!” Elvis said to her, offering her is arm as Tammy Sue gladly took it.

Elvis waited with a nervous-Tammy Sue as the announcer announced Elvis and his band, even announcing Tammy Sue’s first performance with the band, which made Tammy Sue even more nervous. Holding Tammy Sue’s hand, Elvis walked onstage with Tammy Sue as they sung their first duo song “Can’t Help Falling in Love” together for fans.

As Elvis and Tammy Sue sang for the crowd, fans were envious of the looks Elvis gave Tammy Sue while they were singing. They ooed and aahed over the performance. Fans couldn’t get enough of Elvis and Tammy Sue.

After the first song, Elvis let Tammy Sue off the hook and sang something a little less intimate with the song, “Jailhouse Rock.”

After the concert was over, Elvis led Tammy Sue offstage as the crowds pushed and shoved to be the first to see Elvis and Tammy Sue walk out of the building. As Elvis shielded Tammy Sue from the barrage of fans pushing and shoving just to get whatever souvenir they could get their hands on of the concert, Elvis got Tammy Sue inside the bus as someone pulled on the hem of Tammy Sue’s gown and ripped it right down the middle, getting one of the rhinestones from the gown.

Tammy Sue covered herself and ran to the bathroom so Elvis wouldn’t see her crying.

“Tammy Sue!” Elvis spoke loudly through the door. “Don’t cry!”

“I’m not!” Tammy Sue replied in between sobs.

“Please open the door, honey. I have a surprise for you.”

Tammy Sue wrapped the ripped gown around her and opened the door. She cried tears of joy as Elvis had managed to have a candlelight dinner set out for the two of them.

“I had dinner ordered for us after the concert because I’m always famished after singing.” Elvis said. “I thought you might want to join me too.”

Tammy Sue sat down at the table and enjoyed a lovely meal with Elvis. Tammy Sue had to admit it was a pretty eventful night. She was surprised that fans took so well to her first performance with Elvis and his band.

Chapter 8

Tammy Sue was in awe during her candlelight dinner with Elvis. She was more in love with him than ever, but kept it to herself, as she didn’t want to shock Elvis. But Tammy Sue was in shock when Elvis moved in for a kiss. Not wanting to upset Elvis and desperately wanting to kiss him at the same time, Tammy Sue gave in to Elvis’ kiss.

It seemed like hours before Elvis and Tammy came up for air after their first kiss. Tammy Sue didn’t want it to end. But a knock on Elvis’ tour bus ended the kiss as paparazzi began taking photos of the two when Elvis opened the door to the bus.

Elvis gave the paparazzi a quick press conference to satisfy their needs before heading back into the bus to enjoy the rest of the night with Tammy Sue.

As Elvis kissed Tammy Sue again, two made love for the first time, as the two of them celebrated Tammy Sue’s first performance with Elvis band.

The next morning, Tammy Sue woke up in Elvis’ arms thinking it was only a dream, then realizing it was for real.

That’s when Tammy Sue jumped up out of Elvis bed, wrapped a sheet around her, and ran into Elvis’ bathroom, startling Elvis awake in the process.

“Tammy Sue.” Elvis said, knocking on the bathroom door. “What’s wrong, sweetheart?”

“Go away, Elvis!” Tammy Sue cried.

“Honey, what’s wrong?”

“Please, Elvis, just go away!”

“Baby, did I do something wrong?”

“No, Elvis, you perfect!” Tammy Sue assured him. “It’s me.”

“Please let me in, sweetie, and let’s talk about it.”

Tammy Sue relented and unlocked the door. Elvis saw tears stream down Tammy Sue’s face.

“Sweetie, don’t cry.” Elvis said, as he dried her tears with his kisses.

“Elvis, I’m afraid I took advantage of you last night.” Tammy Sue cried.

“Honey, if anyone took advantage, I am afraid it was me.” Elvis apologized. “But to my defense, I just couldn’t help myself. You just looked so sexy in that dress I gave you.”

“You’re not angry at me?”

“Angry?” Elvis asked. “Honey, I’m in love with you.”

Tammy looked relieved as she let Elvis kiss her again. As the two them kissed passionately, they made love again on the bathroom floor, then again in the shower as they jumped into the shower together.

After Elvis and Tammy Sue had gotten the sexual tension out, they got dressed and went to meet with the rest of the band before they set out for the next city for the next performance.

Chapter 9

Blissfully happy and in love, Tammy Sue sang her out at the next concert, which happened to be in Houston, the very city her aunt lived in.

Tammy Sue had went to stay with her aunt when her aunt became too ill and Tammy Sue agreed to stay a few weeks so her aunt could recover and get back on her feet. It was during that visit that Tammy Sue met her first crush, Tommy Jones, who she experienced her first kiss with. But Tammy Sue dumped Tommy shortly after because she didn’t want to continue on with a long-distance romance when she went back home to her family in the ghetto of New York.

Tammy Sue was in shock when Tommy noticed her out on a date with Elvis in between performances. They were performing a series of five concerts before they left Houston.

“Tammy Sue!” Tommy called out after her.

“Tommy?” Tammy Sue said, when she turned around to see who it was.

Tommy went up to give Tammy Sue a kiss on her cheek before Tammy Sue introduced him to Elvis.

“So, I hear you’re a big-time singer now!” Tommy said, congratulating her.

“Yes. I won the chance when I entered a contest Elvis put on.”

“Well, I’m happy for you.”

“Thank you.” Tammy said, not knowing what to say. “Oh, I’m sorry, Tommy, this is Elvis Presley. But I’m sure he needs no introduction from me.”

“It’s nice to meet you, Mr. Presley.” Tommy said in awe. “I’ve been a big fan of your music for years.”

“Well, thank you, Tommy.” Elvis said, politely. “Any friend of Tammy Sue’s is a friend of mine.”

“Well, it’s was nice chatting with you, Tommy, but as you see, Elvis and I are extremely busy.” Tammy Sue said, wanting to get Elvis away from Tommy.

Tammy Sue didn’t want Tommy to know her secret that long ago. That she turned up pregnant and gave the baby up for adoption because an abortion was definitely out of the question. Only Tammy Sue’s mother knew the truth.

Chapter 10

“You’ve been awfully quiet ever since you left your friend, Tommy? Is anything wrong hun?” Elvis asked with concern.

“It’s nothing. . .” Tammy Sue started to say. “I have a confession, Elvis.”

“What is it, baby?”

“Tommy was the first guy I made love with.” Tammy Sue began.

“I’m not worried, dear.”

“There’s more.”

“You’re married?” Elvis said, jokingly.

“No. But after my first time, I turned up pregnant.” Tammy Sue admitted.

“I never saw you with a child?” Elvis asked, confused.

“I knew abortion was out of the question, so I gave the baby up for adoption after it was born.” Tammy Sue continued.

“I’m sorry you had to go through that, dear.” Elvis gave Tammy Sue a kiss to show his love and support.

“Tommy never knew about the baby.” Tammy Sue admitted.

“I thought you grew up with him?”

“No, I met him when I stayed one summer with my aunt while she was recuperating from an accident.”

“Oh, I see.”

“I found out after I went back home to the ghetto. My mother is the only one who knew about the baby I gave up.”

Elvis didn’t say a word. He just kissed Tammy Sue tenderly, giving her more love. The two ended up making love all night long.

Two months later. . .
“Is something wrong, Tammy Sue?” one of the band members asks.

“I’m just feeling a little sick is all.” Tammy Sue says, as she runs to the bathroom on the bus to vomit.

Chapter 11

Tammy Sue planned a romantic dinner for Elvis on the bus and Elvis’ band members were so sweet to make other arrangements so she and Elvis could have a romantic dinner on the bus alone. Tammy Sue couldn’t wait to tell Elvis her news. She just hoped he would be as excited as she was.

But when Elvis came back to the bus, things didn’t go as Tammy Sue had expected. For one thing, Elvis didn’t notice the romantic candlelight dinner Tammy Sue had cooked for the two of them.

“Where’s my bandmembers?” Elvis asked Tammy Sue. “We need to practice for our next gig.”

“They made other arrangements so we could have dinner alone.” Tammy Sue told him.

“They can’t do that?” Elvis said angrily. “Not tonight of all nights?!”

“Why? What’s wrong with tonight?” Tammy Sue asked him.

“Tonight we have to rehearse for tomorrow night’s gig.” Elvis said irritated.

“Elvis I made dinner for us. I needed time alone with you. I have news to tell you.” Tammy Sue explained.

“Well, you’re news will have to wait. I need to find my bandmembers and get them back here for rehearsal.” Elvis said as he picked up the telephone to try to find where his bandmembers were and get them back to bus for rehearsal, leaving Tammy Sue feeling rejected.

Tammy Sue couldn’t believe that Elvis was acting the way he was. Now, she couldn’t even tell him the news about the baby she was carrying. Well, if that was the way Elvis wanted it, she wouldn’t bother to tell him. In fact, she would just go back home. Obviously Elvis didn’t care about her and he wouldn’t care about this baby. She would quit the band and go back home and raise the child alone, without Elvis.

Tammy Sue packed a bag and then went to bed to get a good night’s sleep before heading back home.

Chapter 12

Tammy Sue boarded the bus for her journey back home. She bid one last good bye to the life she thought she would have.

The bus took off back to Pigeon Hollow, West Virginia. Tammy Sue wiped her tears and put her and on her stomach.

“Well, little one, I may not be rich and famous, but we’ll make it just fine back in Pigeon Hollow.” Tammy Sue said to her unborn baby…Elvis’ baby. “It may be a poor life, but we’ll get by.”

6 hours later, Tammy Sue’s bus arrived in Pigeon Hollow, where her mother was waiting for her at the bus station. Her mother hugged her just as she getting off the bus.

Tammy Sue waited for the bus driver to hand her her bag and she and her mother walked to her mother’s car.

The drive home was a quiet one, mostly because Tammy Sue didn’t know how to brooch the subject of her pregnancy. How could she tell her family that she would be an unwed mother. Being an unwed mother in Pigeon Hollow was the kiss of death. Everyone kept their distance. Tammy Sue remember the story of one girl, Bobby Sue, who became an unwed mother at the tender age of 15. She ended up homeless and her and her little girl were starving because no one would give an unwed mother a job.

Is that what Tammy Sue’s fate would be? Homeless and starving because she wouldn’t be able to get a job?

The family was greeting her when her mother pulled into the family driveway happy to see their sister back home.

Rumors flew around Pigeon Hollow that Elvis had beat Tammy Sue and that’s why she came back home. Tammy Sue didn’t want Elvis’ name tarnished by the rumors, but she didn’t have the heart to tell her family the truth of why she was back home.

Later that night after Tammy Sue retired to bed after the family had a welcome-home party, Tammy Sue laid in bed and thought about what her life would be now that she would be an unwed mother.

Back on the tour bus, Elvis was in a bad mood after learning that Tammy Sue left the band. He demanded his driver turn the bus around and head to Pigeon Hollow and get Tammy Sue, despite the heavy touring schedule he already had.

Twisted Universe: A Buffy the Vampire Slayer Fanfiction

Plot

Everything is changed as Buffy does not turn back into a human. Instead she is captured by Vampires and used as a slave until the Master is told of this and saves her on the request that she promises to stay with him forever even though she has a soul. She agrees and eagerly kills, losing herself everyday until the soul is gone. Now, she can’t ever have it cursed because she chose to be without the soul and killed with it.

How will she summon Angelus in Season 2 to be her partner and become his Queen because the new Slayer Faith arrived and took out Nest? Will they resurrect him because the Master claimed her as his childe to the Demon population and because she WAS technically his to begin with in the dream, just never sired her in reality. Now, she is bonded to him through their blood link once he gave her some from his cut wrist. She drank from the black milk.

Chapter 1

Buffy longed to escape the Master’s clutches, linked forever to him because she drank from him. Everyday she did the Master’s will, Buffy lost her soul. The Master beckons and Buffy does the will of the Master. To the glee of the Master. If only. . .if only Angel were here. How Buffy longed for Angel. To be Angel’s sire. His lover. Forever. But it wasn’t possible. Angel was dead. Or so the Master informed Buffy of this.

Elsewhere, in Sunnydale, the new slayer, Faith was glad to be in Buffy’s place—that sanctimonious little bitch. Buffy was gone. Thanks to the Master. Now she was the slayer. And her target: Angel. And Buffy couldn’t stop her!

There he was. Gorgeous hunk of man—er, vampire—that Angel was. Her heart did flip-flops as she watched Angel from afar. Soon, my love. Soon. We will be together.
Back to the Master’s lair…

Buffy looked for a way to escape the clutches of the Master. She tried to summon Angel, but it didn’t work. Angel was really dead. But Buffy didn’t know that she wasn’t a vampire. The Master only let her think she was. Built her desire for human flesh and blood so she would eventually love it and do his will.

Chapter 2

Buffy kept doing the Master’s will unbeknownst to her that she wasn’t really a vampire. For days Buffy drank human blood believing she was the Master’s childe.
Longing for Angel, Buffy lived in torment as she did the work of the Master…….
And Faith was the Queen Bee in Sunnydale. She took over Buffy’s house and even managed to get Dawn to admire her. Joyce even began showing some admiration for the new Slayer.

But it only lasted a week and Faith had become a slave driver, making Dawn do the household chores while she went out hunting demons all day.

Dawn wished Buffy were here………

And there it was…Buffy’s connection to Sunnydale, that would help her come back—Dawn!

Chapter 3

Buffy helped Dawn with the chores that Faith had forced her to do. At least until she could come up with a plan to save them from Faith and the Master.
Longing for Angel, Buffy watched Faith make love to him. What did he see in her? Faith was horrid in her role as Angel’s new love.

Buffy was interrupted in her thoughts when Dawn broke the glasses she was washing. The crash alerted Faith and Angel, as Faith left his bedside to see what the crash was.

“What’s going on in here!” Faith demanded when she saw the broken glass on the floor.

“I’m sorry.” Dawn told Faith, who berated her.

“You dumb b—–“ Faith started to say, but Buffy interrupted.

“Don’ call my sister names!”

“What are you doing here?” Faith demanded.

“I’m helping Dawn with her chores.”

“If I wanted Dawn to have help, I would have invited a party!” Faith yelled.

“I was only helping. What’s the big deal!”

Angel came down to see what was taking Faith so long.
“Faith, where are you?”

“Baby, go up stairs. I’m busy with these two nitwits.”

Angel, who unbeknownst to him, was drugged by Faith, hence the reason Faith became his girl.

As Faith was busy chiding Dawn, Buffy watched Angel go back upstairs.

“Funny how Angel just obeyed Faith like that?” Buffy thought to herself, as she followed him back up to the bedroom…her bedroom. Faith was having sex with Angel in her bed?

She found Angel lying in her bed asleep. It was weird that he was down stairs one minute and asleep in her bed the next.

“What was going on?” Buffy whispered to herself. She vowed to get to the bottom of this.

To the Past: A Buffy the Vampire slayer Fanfiction

Synopsis

Buffy wishes to be Angel’s sire and the wish is granted, she is whirled back in time where the Master finds her, is attracted to her more than Darla, and picks a new childe.

Chapter 1

Buffy, the sick girl was lying on her bed.

“Miss Beth,” said her chamber maid sitting down the China and tea. “Where am I…,” she asked with her eyes closed.

She was in her own body but from a different era and dimension. This Beth had gotten aids for being a whore. She was in prostitute in this life, also a former Slayer objecting the Council. She objected their sick ways of using Slayers as toys.

Someone came into the room, a robed figure hidden under a hood. He had watched her through her bedroom window a few nights ago, immediately forgetting about Darla. No, this is the one, a unique Chosen one whom had rebelled against her calling and piqued his interest. She dared to rise against the Council test. She would not let them use it on her. She had seen horrors done to the girls, younger ones would be subjected to different tests such as the Cruciamentum where a demon would rise to fight them without their powers, powers ripped without their consent. Beth would not let them, she stood up and demanded that they release the girls and send them back to their parents. They tried to have her killed and humiliated to the public claiming she was crazy.

“Who are you…,” she could hear him walking around the room, but couldn’t see him because she was blind.

“My name is not of the importance dear childe however it is Heinrich Nest.”

Nest, Nest, Nest, why did it sound familiar like coming home after a long adventure?

“What do you want!?!”

“To give you the gift of eternal life…”

“God…?”

“God’s not here dearie!” He pulled off the hood and she gasped.

“I am the Devil!”

Chapter 2

“I am alive.” ‘I am dead!’

“The last Vamp that turned a Slayer had been older than me. A failed experiment.”

Alive. Dead. Alive. Dead. It was overwhelming.

“W- what did you do, what happened!?!”

“I told you, you are a creature of the night.”

“You’re the Master!”

He frowned.

“Do you know me…?” She made up a lie. “I saw you in my dream. We Slayers, we have these dreams, they’re prophetic.”

“Care to define…?”

“A Chosen One is supposed to have these dreams and they develop as the Slayer reaches that age.”

“Oh, I see,” and sat down. He grabbed her hand. “What do you feel right now…?”

“Hunger. Painful hunger. That and seeing different colors. And I can smell things… Things like mice and blood.”

“Glinda, go bring her someone to eat, make it tasty…”

Chapter 3

Buffy ate. Ate whatever it was that Glinda brought her. She didn’t care. She just wanted to eat. Needed to eat. The smell. The blood. It was all she could taste. Was she? No. She couldn’t be. A vampire? But the meat. It tasted so good.

As she slurped the last morsel of the meat and blood, Buffy licked her lips as the Master came in to see how Buffy was doing.

“Did you enjoy your meal?” the Master asked her.

“No.” Buffy lied. She couldn’t admit that she enjoyed it, could she?

“Well, that’s okay. You will. In time.” The Master told her.

“No I won’t!” Buffy shot back, not wanting to admit that she did, or would. She enjoyed being a vampire. “So, did you sire me?”

“No, it was Angelus.” The Master told her.

“Angel?” Buffy said, secretly happy inside, not wanting the Master to know how happy she was.

The master left Buffy alone and she plotted her escape. She had to find Angel and let him know how glad she was to be his sire.

Chapter 4

Buffy made her escape after she had conned the Master she would be with him. Really? How stupid could he be?

Now that Buffy was out in the night air—she couldn’t believe she was a creature of the night, not to mention, Angel’s sire/childe—she had to find Angel and thank him.
As Buffy was searching for Angel, she felt hunger pangs. She desired meat—fresh blood! A poor lonely guy had the tenacity to be outside. It was as if he was put there for her to devour.

Buffy sank her teeth into the poor victim and drank his blood until the guy went limp in her hands. Then she tossed him away like trash.

She didn’t get far when she heard a familiarvoice calling her.

“Buffy!” the voice called out.

It sounded like Willow. Buffy turned around and sure enough, it was.

“Buffy!” Willow called out.

“Willow!” Buffy said as she hugged her friend.

“I’m so glad I found you.”

“Why? What’s been going on in my absence?”

“You won’t believe it?” Willow said, filling her in on the day-to-day activities of Sunnydale.

“What won’t I believe?”

“Angel is with Cordelia.” Willow began. “And Spike is with Harmony.”

“No? Really?” Buffy asked with disbelief. “Angel and Cordy? Spike and Harmony?”
“Who’d a thunk it, huh?”

“What about Xander? Is he with Anya?”

“Yah? That was a no-brainer.”

“And you and Tara? Are you two together?”

“Huh? You knew I was into women?”

“Hell yeah, girlfriend?” Buffy told her.

“Yeah, we’re a couple, but we’re taking it slow.” Willow confessed.

“So, who you been with?” Willow asked Buffy.

“Uh, no one.” Buffy lied not wanting to admit to Willow she was a vampire.

Just then, Spike had spotted them.

“Buff!” Spike said cheerily. “I’m so glad you’re back.”

“Thanks. I heard you’re dating Harmony?”

“Oh, you did?”

“Yeah.” Buffy said, when Harmony sidled up to them and grabbed Spike’s arm.

“That’s right, Buffy, so stay away from my man!” Harmony told Buffy.

“Hey, I’m not here to take Spike from you, Harms.”

“Good!”

Buffy let the others go off on their way as she went in search of Angel. She had to find him. Warn him. He was in danger. From the Master.

Chapter 5

By the time Buffy found Angel, it was too late. The Master had found him. The Master had him in chokehold and was about to stake him. Buffy, grabbed the nearby object, a tree branch that she managed to break off a tree and slammed it down on The Master’s head, sending him to the ground, unconscious.

Angel got up and hugged Buffy to show his thanks for saving his life.

Things got hot and heavy between them and they gave into desire. . .

After ten minutes of passionate kissing. . .Spike happened by. . .became jealous and broke up the two’s lovemaking.

“Hey, what’s up?” Spike asked, as Buffy and Angel stopped kissing and tried to contain themselves.

“Nothing.” Angel said.

“It looks as if you two were kissing?” Spike hinted.

“I was. . .just. . .thanking Buffy for saving my life.” Angel covered.

“Buffy saved your life?” Spike questioned.

“Yes, The Master had me in a chokehold. . .and Buffy hit him knocking him unconscious.”

“So, she didn’t kill him?” Spike asked.

“There wasn’t time?” Buffy joined in.

Their conversation was interrupted when Cordy found them.

“You have to come!”

“What’s wrong, Cordy?” Buffy asked.

“Gile’s store is on fire!” Cordy told them.

The four of them rushed to Giles’ store to see what could be done.