Title: You Are What I Was
By: Bridget McKennitt
Word Count: 300 (100x3)
Challenge: supernatural100's prompt demon
Contains: Non-con, knife play, mild early season 4 spoilers
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Screams echoed off the walls of Hell and Ruby screamed along with them. Alastair was talented with his tools and he could make her body sing with pain. Lilith wanted her to suffer for her betrayal.
After years of torture under Alastair's hands, he finally let her off the rack. "I'd keep you further, but Lilith thinks you've learned your lesson. You should screw up again, I have plenty of lessons to teach you."
Ruby stumbled off the rack, tumbling onto the first soul in her way. She grabbed onto it to steady herself and found herself looking at Bela.
Bela had only been in Hell for a few months on Earth, but decades down below. Her beauty long faded away and there was despair in her eyes that hadn't been there since her father began molesting her as a child. Ruby thought her gorgeous, all sullied innocence in the face of absolute horror.
She was free of the rack, but she'd never be free of Lilith. Seeing Bela made her demonic urges rise to the forefront, and she was free to do whatever she wanted to do.
Ruby grabbed Bela, ignoring her screams, and slammed her onto the rack.
Ruby smashed her lips against Bela's as she strapped her in, swallowing her angry screams like it was a feast. Grabbing a sharp knife off the tray next to her, she straddled Bela's struggling body and winked.
She alternated between cuts and fondling Bela, not because she wanted she wanted to give her pleasure, but because she wanted her to feel pain as pleasure. Bela would never escape Hell, but in this Ruby could give her some relief.
Her fingers danced on Bela's clit as her knife worked her hard. A final thrust had Bela coming.
Ruby licked the knife.
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