All of this information Laura was just given kept running through her mind, trying to process it all and put logic into the situation was making her head spin, 'how could vampires exist? they're only myths.' she thought to herself, confused by the sudden shift in reality, but she stopped that thought when a more important question came to mind, that hurt her more than anything else, 'Why would her mother just trade her for something? what could be more important than your own daughter?' thinking about all of this stuff was making laura feel the cold touch of feeling unwanted and unloved, by the only person in the world who is suppose to love you no matter what, not just sell you.
Laurs almost didn't noticed that Jack was still following her, being wrapped up in her thoughts made her less aware of her surrounding, but by the looks of Jack his attention was on everything and everyone, 'probably a side effect from living in this god forsaken place,' laura thought bitterly.
Laura stopped at the sound of jacks quiet voice, she didnt stop because of the fact that he had spoken but it was just the fact of what he had said, this putting an all new worry in lauras head, one she didnt think about. Going home where the vampire was. "Jack what am I going to do? I cant go home and let that..." she stopped mid-sentence not want to say the word, "....vampire..." she finally spit out with a slight cringe as the word seemed to crawl under her skin making her feel weird, " feed off of me or whatever it is he wants with me." still looking at Jack with a pleading, laura knew he was the only one who could at the very least try to help her even though he had already stated that there was no way out of this horrible situation, Laura still felt as though he could help her, more than anyone else could, "Please." her voice quivered a bit as she said this, the cause was partly because of the cool rain hitting her skin and because she was crying. She felt the sudden need to seek warmth, shelter, and just a safe place where vampires werent real and mothers didnt sell there children.