Part 191 – Hildreth’s Backstory

Hildreth came over to her. “We should probably go after him and force him to leave.”

“Hildreth.”

He looked down at her. “What’s wrong?”

“That story about your parents.”

He turned to face the door.

“Was that true?”

“Yes.” he said softly.

“And…your master.”

He opened the door.

“What happened to him?”

“Changed.”

“I’m so sorry.”

“I couldn’t stake him. I knew I had to. I knew…But I couldn’t. I ran away.”

He watched Donadill try to hit it off with the bossy looking redhead.  “I was dishonorably discharged from protecting that city. So, I took a job as a security guard at Mark Caten’s Extraordinaries Display Park in Davisburg. Caten and I didn’t get along tOo well. So, I had put in my notice. Then, my path collided with that vampire.”

Redhead folded her arms across her chest. He made broad sweeping gestures as he talked. She cracked a smile and unfolded her arms.

“And we know how that story played out.” Hildreth smiled at her. “So much better than it started.”

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6 thoughts on “Part 191 – Hildreth’s Backstory”

  1. I like this addition to his story, but what really catches the eye here is that fairy cat trying to hit on the redhead 😉 Sorry , the image in my head is just so humorous. I have really missed your story. It is great to be back reading again 🙂

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  2. It’s always neat to get a peek into the lives of these characters before this story began. A lot of intrigue in these snippets and a little insight into why they are the way they are now.
    I really liked this line “ ‘And we know how that story played out.’ Hildreth smiled at her. ‘So much better than it started.’ ”

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