front foot catch

anonymous asked:

Could you do a vampire!seungcheol plz?

I’ve been having RIDICULOUS seungcheol feels so I’m so stoked to write this hehe thanks for your request! <3

To the Rescue
Vampire AU

Pairing: Seungcheol (S.coups-Seventeen) x Reader
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Word Count: 1,401

Originally posted by imbangnzelo

Your feet were trying to run as fast as they could, but it felt as though you were running through quicksand. The grass beneath your toes was cold from the night air and was pricking you, feeling like tiny little bee stings. But you didn’t care…you just had to keep running. 

Your breathing was becoming uneven and ragged as you pushed a tree branch out of your way so that it wouldn’t hit you in the face. The branch scratched at your hand, and you knew it had just added yet another cut to your body. You weren’t sure how long you had been running for now, but based on the stinging sensation in your chest, it might have been for a while. Then again, you probably weren’t in the best of shape and the stinging could have been from running for only two minutes. 

Adrenaline was coursing through your veins as you quickly looked over your shoulder to check if you were still being chased. Fear clenched at your heart as your eyes only saw darkness and the faint glow from the street lights that were getting further and further away. 

When you had decided to walk through the park on your way home from work that night, you thought it wouldn’t have been a problem. However, you also hadn’t thought that a vampire was going to be lounging nearby, waiting to drink your blood. That had been your mistake.

Now you were running for dear life, hoping that you wouldn’t become his dinner for the night. You knew that the vampire apocalypse had become a problem, but you only heard about it in the news and thought it was a bigger problem other places–not your own hometown. You cursed yourself for being so naïve. 

Just as you turn your head back to face the front, your foot catches on a branch and you’re sent flying into the air. You land hard on your side, momentarily knocking the wind out of yourself. You attempt to push yourself up and out of the dirt you were lying in, but as soon as you get back on your feet, you collapse again. Cringing in pain, you look down to your ankle which has swollen to an unhealthy size. Crap. 

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