D.I.D- a rising starD.I.D- a rising star19 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Sweat was rolling down Roxanne's skin as she walked through the hallway full of people, instruments, boxes with props, racks with clothes, etc. Her chest was heaving rapidly up and down, adrenaline was running through her veins and she was still slightly panting…but she felt great. She just loved the feeling she got after a great performance. As she was on her way to her dressing room people kept on congratulating her.
"Good work today Red!"
"You guys were awesome! The crowd was absolutely going wild!"
"Yet another great performance! Well done!"
She grinned at them and nodded her head in a thanking way, before she arrived at her room at last. She closed the door behind her and started undressing. Quickly she removed that damn tight black corset together with the black leather hot pants, the wine colored open skirt and her long boots. She sighed and flexed her muscles, feeling light and relieved without the tight clothes. "Freedom~" The singer dried herself off and put on her bath
Amber Silverblood: Chapter Sixty SevenAmber Silverblood: Chapter Sixty Seven20 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Chapter Sixty Seven
I couldn’t move as I watched Edgar pick himself up off the ground. His glasses were skewed, and he fixed them while giving me to most pitiful look I’d ever seen.
“Amber, I swear, I didn’t—”
“Edgar, what have you done?” I screamed. I and grabbed me mom’s shoulder and began to back away.
“I didn’t!” I insisted. His skin was pale, and his eyes were red, like he’d been crying the entire time he’d been in Hendricks’ car. “He knew I was going to be there, and he caught me! I swear, I…”
“The poor boy was lost in the middle of the big city,” Hendricks gloated, looking immensely proud of himself. “I took it upon myself to bring him back to his friends.”
Ed reached up to rub a bump on the side of his head. His little suit jacket was missing one of its sleeves, and I couldn’t see his scepter anywhere