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This story is No. 8 in the series "Consequences". You may wish to read the series introduction and the preceeding stories first.

Summary: Two vampires, a slayer, and a human walk into a bar... It should've been the set-up to a joke, and all things considered it probably was, it just wasn't a funny joke.

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Movies > Dusk Till Dawn
Television > Moonlight
EmmaLoveFR18310,5341113,86411 Jul 1027 Jul 10No

Chapter Three

Warning/Note: This chapter contains the tentacle sex. However, if you're looking for outright tentacle p0rn you're going to be disappointed, because of the way I wrote it... Well, if you're looking for erotic tentacle p0rn this won't be the scene for you, because with the way I chose to tell/show it just doesn't come off erotic.

Consequences VIII - The Titty Twister
~Chapter Three~


Coraline felt her eyes open, and was grateful when she realized that she was still herself. Whatever these vampires were had not infected her. Hopefully now that everyone knew this they would leave her alone. If not, she would have to disappear, leaving Buffy, Xander, and Spike alone here, which was something she wasn't eager to do.

Had she been human she might have sighed. It wasn't that she really cared about Buffy, Xander, or Spike, but she had a mission. Her mission was to observe them, and then report back to her elder on how best to remove Buffy and Xander from Spike.

All ready she didn't exactly have good news to report, and she couldn't observe them more in hopes of making her report better if she was forced to flee. Worse still, if she had to report to her elder that she'd let harm come to Buffy and Xander her life (such as it was) would probably be over.

On the other hand, her elder might not be upset with Buffy and Xander being vampires, but she since she couldn't be sure of that she really didn't want to be forced to spend much time away from them.

Out of the corner of her eye, something across the room caught her attention. When she turned to look fully, her mouth almost fell open. Buffy and Xander was in the process of draining a very large man.

That was when Coraline realized that she'd been seated at the far end of the bar, and she started to wonder if she'd been here since passing out.

She looked back across the room at Buffy and Xander, and found herself hoping that they would take to being vampires better than Mick had. Otherwise, Spike would have his hands full with them, not really a problem for her, but if they didn't take it well, her elder would make it a problem for her. On the other hand, considering that Buffy and Xander weren't just feeding, but toying with their victim suggested that they was, at least at first, taking to things pretty well.

Coraline couldn't remember what the hunger was like for a new vampire, but she'd watched enough newly risen vampires over the years to know that they always woke up hungry and violent. And she suspected it was worse for vampires in this reality then it was in hers, because Buffy and Xander weren't just feeding, they were torturing. They'd feed a little, pull back, appear to give the man an escape, and then they'd start feeding again.

The weaker the man became, the more twisted Buffy and Xander's little game became. But that didn't mean they'd always be like this, once the extremes wore off, it could be that their actions here would turn them against being vampires.

That was, of course, if Buffy and Xander eventually become more themselves. Looking at the others, Coraline had to admit that it was possible that the change had completely washed away the people they had been. If it was the latter, she had no hope of surviving when she finally reported back to her elder.

Coraline frowned, because watching them right now, the latter seemed to be the case. Her only hope was that because she didn't know everything about the vampires of this reality that just maybe Buffy and Xander would become more like themselves again, but it was fast becoming a small hope.

Finally, she spotted Spike, but while something about the way he held himself told her he was sad, the lust was clear in his eyes. Still Coraline had to give him points for self-control, because he hadn't, as near as she could tell, joined in their little game.

Coraline was startled out of her thoughts by the sound of bats. She looked up, and realized that a horde of bats was coming in from the outside. That was when she realized that the sun was rising, which meant that she'd been out for an entire day. She hadn't, as she'd first assumed, woke the same night she'd passed out.

Which meant that she'd probably missed more then a few things, and she wasn't happy about that. On the other hand, there wasn't anything she could do to change it either.

"The sun has risen," the Queen announced. "Today we sleep, and then tonight we feed again."

Everyone started moving toward a door, off to the side of the main room. Coraline followed, trying to make her way to Buffy, Xander, and Spike. Even though she couldn't get close to them, she had to admit that she was impressed with the way Spike was taking care of Buffy and Xander, though she suspected Spike was being to soft with them. They were vampires now, which if this world was anything like her own, meant they would need a firmer hand now.

However, his treatment of them seemed to prove her elder completely wrong. He believed that Spike was simply using Buffy and Xander, and he thought that Spike would eventually get bored and more on. Watching Spike now, Coraline was starting to suspect that her elder was wrong.

Finally, in the catacombs she managed to get closer to them, but still kept her distance. She wanted to be near them, but didn't want to appear to be with them. Not just yet, anyway, she wanted to know how accepted they were by the natives before she started appearing to be with them.

The way Buffy and Xander were acting now, after having fed, made Coraline believe that just maybe they would start being more like themselves as time went on. That might also explain why Spike hadn't joined in their sick little game. When they came back to themselves Spike probably didn't want to be forced to explain himself. Somehow, she suspected, Buffy and Xander simply wouldn't accept "vampire" as a valid reason.

And Coraline wondered if she might be wrong about how Spike was handling them, because they seemed to remember and respond to Spike almost as they had before, so perhaps treating them so gently would not turn around and bit him on the ass.

The downside to these new revelations was that her elder would be even less pleased with the report she would be giving him. She knew he wanted both Buffy and Xander for himself, but it was becoming clear that Buffy and Xander's affections lay elsewhere. Even with her elders power to influence the mind she was starting to think it would still be impossible to win their hearts.

Maybe, Coraline thought with little hope, her elder wouldn't want them anymore. After all, he did have a thing for humans, and they were no longer human now, but it was admittedly a slim hope. It also largely hinged on how much time would pass in her reality while she was off in others. The more time that passed the more likely it was that he would take the news better. However, she wouldn't know that until she returned to her reality.

Sadly, spending just over seventeen years observing them hadn't told her as much about their relationship as she was learning now. Sure, those years had shown her that they cared about each other, but because they hadn't kept their relationship exclusive she had started to believe that her elder at least had a chance. Watching them together now, after everything, if she was being honest, she knew her elder didn't stand a chance, but she really didn't want to be the one to tell him that.

Buffy and Xander had drastically changed, and yet it was crystal clear that despite the loss of mind that Buffy and Xander still loved each other, and more importantly as far as her elder was concerned was that they still loved Spike. It was also clear that even if Buffy and Xander hadn't remembered him, Spike would not have left them. Of course, the fact that they remembered him probably kept Spike from being more upset about their turning.

Coming out of her thoughts, Coraline realized the crowd had started to thin, and it appeared that the other vampires knew who she belonged with, because none made a move to show her any where else to bed down for the day.

She wondered if the other vampires didn't trust her because she wasn't one of them, and wasn't really close to being one of them.

Coraline frowned. They were, of course, right not to trust her, but it was annoying all the same. If they didn't trust her that meant getting information wouldn't be easy.

Coraline watched as Spike moved Buffy and Xander off to the side, and that's when she realized that the spaces in the walls looked almost like upright coffins. Apparently, these vampires slept on their feet, thankfully on closer inspection, she realized there was enough room for a vampire to lay down, which was good. Not as good as it would be if she had ice, but at least down under the ground was much cooler than up in the main room.

When she looked back to Spike, Buffy, and Xander, she saw that Spike was sitting on the ground with Buffy curled in his lap, and Xander curled into his side.

For a moment, Coraline felt warmth try to fill her. They presented a lovely picture, but it shouldn't affect her this way. It wasn't that she didn't like Buffy, Xander, or even Spike, but she didn't like them enough to truly care what happened to them. She'd made sure to hold herself back, not let herself get close, because she knew when this was over, she'd be returning to her own world, and that it wasn't likely she'd ever see them again.

Before she could think about that more, another thought caused her to panic. Without being cooled overnight, she'd probably wake as hungry and out of control as Buffy and Xander. She would have to do something, with Buffy and Xander being so out of control she would need at least as much control as Spike to help defend them if it came to that.

As Coraline started to try and make her space slightly more comfortable (hadn't these vampires ever heard of beds?) she realized that Xander and Buffy were all ready asleep.

Spike looked at her, and smirked.

"Cute, aren't they?"

Coraline grinned, but she knew it was strained. The worry about her control, as well as her appearance, wouldn't go away now that she'd thought about it.

Spike seemed to realize something suddenly, and for a moment he looked a bit sheepish.

"Sorry, love," Spike finally said. "I forgot."

Coraline wanted to rant, but couldn't, because she knew Spike had more important things to worry about. And, no doubt, he considered her old enough to take care of herself.

Coraline smiled. And he was right. It wasn't as though they were trapped in the past, though it might (she couldn't be sure) be 1980 something instead of being 2000 and something, but it was still basically the modern day, which meant that she would be able to come up with a plan tomorrow night.

"No matter," she replied. "Though by nightfall you may wish I'd chosen somewhere else to sleep."

"You'll be okay though, right?" Spike asked, and Coraline found herself touched by his concern.

"Of course, though I may be little more than a corpse by nightfall. The smell will be unpleasant," Coraline paused. "I'll wake very hungry, but hopefully not completely out of control."

Just before closing her eyes, she looked over at Spike. He was still awake and holding Buffy and Xander.

"I assume you have a plan."

Spike smirked. "You know what they say about that, right, love?"

Coraline almost chuckled, and they talked for a little while longer, before Coraline felt her eyes drifting closed. Then her eyes flew open. After having had one of the longest sleeps she'd ever had, since becoming a vampire anyway, she should have woken up starved and corpse-like, instead she'd woken as though she'd fed properly the night before.

Apparently, she'd been slightly more affected by the Queen's bite than she'd originally thought.

~ * ~ * ~

Despite what he'd said to Coraline, Spike didn't actually know what to do. He did not actually have a plan. He finally fell asleep still hoping against hope that by nightfall Buffy and Xander would be human again. After that it would simply be a matter of getting them out of here before the other vampires realized they were human again.

However, when his eyes finally opened again, Spike realized that he'd been dreaming of escaping with a human Buffy and Xander, but he could tell two things without even looking at them. One, that they was still asleep, and two that they was still vampires, and the longer they remained vampires, the less likely it was that they would ever be human again.

He rolled his head, and saw that Coraline was gone, but a deep sniff told him she hadn't been gone long, because the odor of death was still strong.

Spike shrugged putting his focus back on Buffy and Xander, as he tried to sense whether or not they'd completely changed. And, as with last night he couldn't pick up anything human remaining. That meant that his Buffy and Xander might be gone forever.

Suddenly, both Buffy and Xander's eyes opened, and while they was still wearing human faces, their eyes were glowing with an eerie glow, but at least that seemed to because they were hungry.

"Hungry," Buffy confirmed, though her voice was demanding. And Spike decided it was unfair, with that low level growl in her voice she should not be able to sound like her normal cute and pouty self.

"So," Xander said rising to his feet. "Lets eat."

Buffy smiled up at him, and for a moment Spike was jealous. That was new. Never before had Buffy and Xander interacting caused him to feel jealous. Or, at least, not since Sunnydale, back then he'd been jealous of all the Scoobies at various times because of the relationships they'd had with Buffy. But since getting together with Buffy and Xander, Spike hadn't felt himself jealous from that point.

But Spike realized that it wasn't that they were interacting, but it was because they were different from him. While they was vampires now, they weren't vampires like him, which meant he was excluded from what they currently shared, and that's what made him jealous.

Buffy took Xander's arm, and Spike rose to follow them. For now Spike was not going to let them out of his sight. Maybe soon he'd be more comfortable with that idea, but at the moment he still didn't trust any of the other vampires not to hurt them.

On their way up, the Queen, as Coraline dubbed her last night, stepped into their path. Spike almost frowned. He'd have probably chosen a different title for her, but she was clearly the strongest vampire here, so calling her the Queen was at least accurate.

"How are my babies this evening?"

"Hungry," Buffy repeated.

The Queen laughed, then she looked at both of her vampires.

"I cannot have you attacking before the time is right," she informed them. "So lets see if we can tide you over."

Spike could only watch, as the Queen made two cuts over each breast. He felt himself licking his lips. The smell spoke of age and power, more power then he'd ever felt before from another vampire. She reached out to Buffy and Xander, and placed her hands gently on the back of their heads and drew them to her wounds.

Again jealously reared its ugly head, because once again Buffy and Xander was sharing something that he wasn't a part of. However, before Spike could be overcome with the emotion, the Queen opened her eyes and smiled at him over their heads.

"Come," she said, and Spike didn't have the will-power or the desire to hold himself back.

His fangs went into her neck as Buffy and Xander continued to suck from above her breasts, and shockingly it felt a whole lot better than he'd expected. It almost felt as though he'd finally found home again.

~ * ~ * ~

Coraline was glad she'd woken before the others, though at the time she hadn't really cared about that, all she'd cared about was getting blood. She'd slipped out and into the desert to find some food. Thankfully, she'd found a small village relatively close to the club, and she'd managed to only take one of them.

Still as Coraline made her way through the catacombs to find Buffy, Xander, and Spike, she was happy, though somewhat ashamed, as well. Happy because waking normally meant that whatever the Queen had done truly hadn't affected her in the long-term, but ashamed because she hadn't needed to kill in centuries. By the time she'd taken enough blood to restore her appearance as well as her control the human would've died anyway, so she'd continued to drink.

At least one good thing had come of her trip, she'd found a deep freezer in the village, and it had come from one of the richer inhabitants, so she didn't feel guilty about having taken it. Currently it was sitting outside the bar, off to the side. Later, perhaps when the other vampires started their feeding frenzy, she would bring the freezer down into the catacombs, and hook it up. Sleeping in the freezer would allow her to wake with a more human appearance, and less extreme hunger from now on.

She turned a corner, and the sight before her took her breath away.

Buffy, Spike, Xander, and the Queen were writhing on the floor, and in all her life Coraline couldn't recall ever having seen a foursome. Outside of an orgy, anyway, but even then she'd still didn't think she'd ever witnessed an outright foursome.

It made her happy, because it meant that she could tell her elder that he might still have a chance with them, as long as he was willing to put up with Spike, which, Coraline thought with a smile, might be a deal-breaker. He hadn't said anything about Spike, but something in the way he'd looked at the other vampire told Coraline that her elder did not like him.

Are those tentacles? Coraline blinked.

Tentacles coming from the Queen's body roamed and played over the other three. As far as Coraline was concerned that was more than a little disturbing.

However, the sounds coming from Buffy, Xander, and Spike told Coraline that while it might look nasty, whatever the tentacles was doing felt good. Still it was freaking Coraline out, she resolved to herself on the spot that she'd do her best to avoid any situation that could possibly lead to a tentacle roaming over her flesh, and certainly any situation that would lead to one of them entering any part of her body.

Coraline shivered, and not just because Xander took one of the disturbing things in his mouth. The Queen clearly loved it, but Coraline wanted to run away, especially when she saw that Buffy had one of the things moving in and out of her vagina. Buffy was clearly trying to encourage the thing to move deeper inside her.

It was only through iron-clad self-control that Coraline managed not to make a sound of disgust. After a moment, Coraline tried to look away, because she knew if she'd been human she would've been losing her breakfast.

At least, Coraline could almost ignore the thing in Buffy's vagina, and focus on the fact that Spike was behind Buffy, Coraline suspected he was enjoying himself, even though the things seemed to be avoiding him. Buffy was actually on his lap, and she looked happier then Coraline could ever remember seeing her. Clearly Buffy enjoyed having both holes filled.

Coraline gagged, and then found herself surprised. Up until this moment, she hadn't thought vampires had a gag reflex, but clearly they did.

But what really made Coraline sick was that she could tell that something was going on with tentacles behind Xander's back. Frankly, Coraline wasn't sure being a vampire was going to keep her from losing her breakfast much longer. She could almost feel the contents of her stomach twisting and turning.

She suspected the only thing saving her was that fact that she couldn't see everything the things was doing, and for that she was grateful.

Still, despite her personal feelings on the matter, she couldn't deny that those on the floor before her was clearly enjoying themselves.

Coraline realized that she was trying to look away, but couldn't manage to do so. Then Spike looked up, and Coraline almost gasped. His eyes were bloodshot, she wasn't actually sure what it meant, though she suspected he'd fed from the Queen.

Once again, Coraline shivered. While she hadn't been affected or infected by these vampires, it was clear that Spike had been affected. The question was how much had he been infected?

He winked at her, and Coraline found herself relaxing, at least a little, because he seemed to be his usual charming self. Hopefully that meant only power had been exchanged.

Thankfully, the things finally started to withdraw back into the Queen, and Coraline almost jumped for joy. She also had to stop herself from laughing when Buffy caught sight of one of the tentacles, and grimaced. Then they was gone, and Buffy looked disappointed, leaving Coraline to wonder if she'd misread Buffy's expression.

After a moment, there was no sign that those things had even been there, and the Queen looked perfectly human again.

On the other hand, the vampire was peeking out from behind Buffy and Xander's eyes. They also looked as though they could use a cigarette.

The Queen was the first back on her feet, quickly followed by Spike, but Buffy and Xander remained on the floor.

"I must apologize," the Queen said as she moved toward Coraline.

Coraline tensed, not sure what to expect.

"I saw you this evening, and I realized that you really are one of us. You're disguise is simply better than ours."

Then the Queen was gone, and Coraline understood why the other vampires hadn't trusted her. Apparently, she felt to these vampires as humans felt to her, so despite knowing that she wasn't human they hadn't accepted her because they'd thought she was more human then the others.

"What did she mean?" Spike asked.

Coraline shrugged. "I told you I would wake as little more than a corpse. However, I found everything I need while I was out to have a better time of it tomorrow night."

Both Spike and Coraline jumped as the sound of bats filled the walkway. Coraline laughed as she realized that Buffy and Xander had become the bats in question. They seemed happy and playful today instead of hungry and violent, though Coraline couldn't exactly read a bats expression, but going by the playful way they moved about, Coraline would assume they weren't going to be as violent as she'd first feared.

After a moment, Coraline found herself wishing they would change back, she apparently found bats almost as creepy as tentacles.

Finally, one of the bats flew low, and then suddenly Buffy was standing there, and the bat was thankfully gone. Xander followed a second later.

"That's just neat," Xander said happily.

Buffy giggled, and Coraline wondered why she seemed almost childish. Going by the actions Coraline had witnessed, Buffy was clearly more violent, but she also seemed more childish somehow.

Coraline looked at Xander, and wondered if (or when) he'd start acting more like Buffy.

Coraline was distracted from her thoughts when Buffy made a high happy sound before grabbing one of Spike's hands.

"Lets go upstairs," she said happily. "I feel like dancing."

"You two should clean up first," Spike said firmly. "You go up there with blood all over you and the humans'll panic."

Buffy giggled again, but to Coraline's relief, Xander simply smiled darkly. Finally, he nodded, though Coraline suspected he wanted to go upstairs all bloody just to see what might happen.

Spike waved them off, and Coraline was glad, because she needed to speak with him.

He turned to her expectantly.

"So, what is your grand plan?"

Spike smirked. "Shot to hell, love. Shot to hell."

She blinked.

"The only thing I had was the hope that once the change completed they'd revert back to human. They aren't supposed to be able to die," Spike said, then frowned.

"The change is complete," he continued. "They're still vampires, so I got fuck-all now."

For a moment, complete silence filled the space.

"What now?" There had do be something they could do, while Coraline didn't mind being around vampires, there was just something about these vampires that put her on edge, even when they weren't trying.

"I wish I knew, love," Spike replied. "I think now all we can do is play this thing by ear."

Coraline realized that she didn't have a better idea, so for now they were stuck here. Yes, Coraline could break the spell that had attached her to Spike, and return to her own reality, but at the moment, all things considered she was probably better off remaining here, which meant Spike was right. All they could really do was wait and see.

~ * ~ * ~
tbc


Author Note (Friday, June 29, 2012): I'm so sorry about the delay(s) on updating. The truth is that I had been moved to full time work and after that I simply didn't have the time/energy to work on fanfic. I'd love to promise that all these fics will eventually be updated/finished, but my current mood won't allow me to promise that. So I'll just say that I haven't actively given up on ANY of them, but in some cases it will be necessary for me to reread what's all ready been posted before moving on to writing more of the story, because in one case I had gotten close to finishing a story chapter (and I won't say which story) when I realized that while the chapter itself was good it did not actually fit with what had come before. So, I am sorry, but it's probably gonna be awhile before any of my stuff sees any updates.

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