“Y/N! You’ll never believe the amazing news!”
You were tackled back by your overly excited mate. Never in your 500 years had you seen
Demetri this energetic over something. His cherry red eyes were bright with a
glee that only appeared when the two of you spent time alone.
“What’s the fuss about? We have to get ready
for the mission, Dem.” You reminded gently. You hated to be the one to shoot
down his good mood, but the guards were already supposed to have left for the
Amazon to take care of a coven that was drawing unwanted attention.
Demetri took your face between his hands, his
smile never fading. “Y/N, we don’t have a mission anymore. Don’t you feel it? Can you still feel
your loyalty to Aro?” Now that he brought it up, you felt strange. Lighter. You
didn’t feel the need to please your master as you once did. “Dem, what
happened?” Your eyebrows furrowed in confusion. What happened to Master Aro?
“He’s dead Y/N. We can leave the Volturi. We’re
not bound anymore. The coven is disbanding, only a few will stay behind. We’re
The word echoed in your mind. Free. We’re free. We can roam as nomads, or
we could go to Egypt so Demetri can see Amun again… Your face lit up. “We’re
free!” You repeated. He nodded and took your hand in his,leading you towards the exit of the castle. Now it was just you and Demetri against the