Flash Fiction: Flirting With a Vampire

PHOTO PROMPT © Dale Rogerson For Rochelle’s Friday Fictioneers. Other stories featuring the prompt can be found here.

“That won’t keep vampires out,” said Alexander toying with the stand of garlic hanging on the wall.

“Then why the myth?” 

Alexander shrugged. “Created by the church… as contraception. Garlic reeks for anyone.”

“It adds flavour to blood?”

“Only if the vampire has a kink. I prefer sugar. Sweet and delicious.”

Sky dropped her partially eaten chocolate bar on the bench. “Do I need to fend you off with a stick?”

Alexander ran his tongue across his fangs. Cute. “You could try – staking or decapitation, lady’s choice.”

His human picked up a piece of paper. “Death by a thousand paper cuts.”

“Now, that’s just nasty.”

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