The stone building in front of the white haired teen was large. It reminded her of the castle she recently bought in Greece, butnow she was stuck at this boarding school in the middel of no where, USA. She gave an exasperated sigh, her onyx colored eyes looked down at the keycard in her hand. It was shaped like a credit card, with a letter and number on it, telling her she now lived in dorm A7. With a deep breath, she pulled her two suitcases behind her as she headed to the west side corridors, where her new dorm waited for her. The design was spacious and modern. Most places had one bedroom, a hall that shared a bathroom, and a general common room. But this school was different, and the student body was unusually small. A total of 300 students came here, and only 60 rooms were available. So, when she opened the door to her new home, she was a bit surprised. There was two bedrooms, a small living room, a small kitchen, and a bathroom. It wasn't huge, but it would give her space. She nodded slightly in approval as she walked around, a small smile spreading across her face. She could get used to this. She made her way to one of the doorms and took a quick look in the mirror. Her skin was pale and her complextion perfect. She had the hourglass figure every girl dreamed of, and was around 5'7" tall. Today she wore a black tanktop and dark blue jeans, coupled with black heels. But thee was something odd about the noise her shoes made, rather than heels it sound more like metal, and every once in a while if they hit something just right it sparked. This was because she had special shoes, the heels of them were metaal, sharpened to be blades. She smiled a bit as her eyes scanned herself. She knew she was attractive, and she liked to flaunt it. But one part of her always made her grimace, two little, almost unnoticable marks on her neck. Those marks changed her life... She blinked a few times, pushing those thoughts out. No, she wasn't like that anymore. After her last job, she was released from their service, and now she was going to have a real life, as normal as possible. She made herself smile again before starting to unpack, humming quietly under her breath.