Lyndsy Fray | 18 [just turned] | Senior at Havensdale High | Vampire | FC: Jessica Parker Kennedy | OPEN
❝Choose your last words, this is the last time, cause you and I, we were born to die.❞
Lyndsy Fray was just another girl. You know, she was in her senior year worrying about college, worrying about the future- about fitting in, about whether or not someone was going to ask her to prom, whether or not those horrible mean girls were finally going to ask her to sit with them at lunch- the usual teenage girl stuff. You see she always felt like she was kind of stuck, like there had to be something more- better even- waiting for her out there. Surely this wasn’t all her life was going to be. Growing up in a small town only magnified her deep rooted worries that she was never going to amount to anything, not really. She’d just go to college in town, marry the boy next door, have a white picket fence and a couple of kids and never see any further than down her street. If you haven’t caught on already Lyndsy always had a bit of a flare for the dramatics. Over-exaggeration was practically her middle name but hey, might as well be overly passionate than not passionate at all, right?
Then she met a boy- it’s always a boy, isn’t it? At least that’s what she thought. He was perfect. No really, he was perfect. He told her how beautiful she was, how much potential she had, how he would happily show her the world. Paris, London, Tokyo- it was border-lining on a Klaus and Caroline scene from the Vampires Diaries. She was only eighteen. She was a romantic at heart. She’d never have admitted it to her friends but meeting a perfect stranger was one of her top dreams on a very long list. Her favourite guilty pleasure movies usually involved Rachel McAdams. If fairy tales could be real then she’d want to be in one so you can understand why she fell so readily for this seemingly perfect stranger.
Naturally this boy had a secret and a pretty big one at that. His name was Edward Carrington and as an Ancient vampire he was hardly a ‘boy’. Lyndsy didn’t have a chance when he sunk his fangs into her neck and almost drained the life right out her. Only he didn’t and just like that she didn’t have to worry about the future because just like that her future was infinite. She was going to be young and beautiful for all of eternity. She was going to see and do everything there was to see and do. She was going live- really live. What he’d done to her wasn’t a tragedy, it was a miracle. She was stronger, faster and sharper. Everything was magnified. Life was in HD through her eyes now and it was all thanks to Edward. Needless to say Lyndsy would have followed him to the ends of the earth, done anything he had asked so when he told her all about his War for freedom she was all to happy to agree and he even had a very special task for her. All Lyndsy knows is that they’re going to change the world together even if it does get a little, you know, bloody.
Additional Information ➜
- Once Lyndsy became a vampire she used a little compulsion on her parents- you know, a little ‘I’m going away to make all my dreams come true and you’re happy for me. You’ll miss me but you’re happy for me’ and then off she went
- For a month or so she and Edward went on a little tour of the world and it was the most magical month of her life. It opened her eyes to so many things
- In terms of her humanity it’s what you’d call a little a ‘numb’ in the sense that it’s not completely off but she doesn’t so much feel the guilt or shame because she’s too busy on the high of being a vampire and with Edward the blood never stops flowing
- Lyndsy is completely enamoured by her maker so when he told her that there was a very special vampire to him in Havensdale named Jessica Harvelle who he needed to come around to their way of thinking she was more than happy to volunteer to make the girl see sense
- On top of that she is aware that other vampires Edward knows or has turned are in Havensdale too. He’s told her to find Piper Renderos and Suzanna Compton when she gets there- they’ll look after her
- Lyndsy doesn’t miss her human life- her human life couldn’t compare to this one, not even a little and she wouldn’t go back for the world. She’s more than ready to fight for her new species