Tokio Hotel fanfiction - Rescued from loneliness


Regitze and Cindy are on their way home from a great party. Suddenly they find themselves surrounded by 6 really big guys. A lot of bad things happens, but then as suddenly as the guys turned up, they disappear. And that’s when the two girls discover those beautiful creatures. Who are they, and where did they come from?


Chapter: 1 (Cindy)

“Okay, I think I’m pretty drunk. Maybe it wasn’t such a good idea to drink a whole bottle of vodka all by myself,” I say and try to catch my balance.

“I told you twice, but you wouldn’t listen,” Regitze laughs and sits down on a bench. I sit down next to her and bent down to pull of my boots.

“These aren’t doing me any good,” I say and then start laughing.

“Why didn’t we call my dad?” she asks and gets up again.

“I don’t know we really should have. I don’t think I’m able to walk all the way to your place,” I answer and stagger to the other side of the street.

“It’s not that far. You’ve walked all the way last week,” she says and helps me, when I’m about to fall.

“I know, but I wasn’t drunk last week,” I complain. I feel like sleeping right on the spot, but I don’t think it’s such a good idea.

“I won’t wake my dad when we’re almost home,” she says and starts walking again. I follow her and try not to fall, but she is walking so fast that it’s difficult.

“Hey, wait for me,” I beg, but she doesn’t listen. She is starring at something or someone, but I can’t see anything, because she is standing in my way. When I reach her it feel like someone just hit me in my stomach. Six really big guys are standing in front of us, and it doesn’t look like they’re going to let us through. Okay, this is really bad. Why haven’t I seen them before? It’s like they was created out of the dark night. Slowly they form a circle around us, and their purpose hits me like lightning. This is much, much worse than I thought. It’s in the middle of the night, and I’m pretty sure that no one will be able to hear us even if we scream. I will not go into details about what happens, but I can tell you that much; it wasn’t pleasant. Almost as suddenly as the guys turned up, they disappears. I’m still lying on the ground, when someone covers the lamp-post over my head. I’m about to start screaming again, when the unknown person stretch his hand out. Hesitant I take it and he helps me to my feet. Regitze, who is standing a couple of meters away from me, is talking to another male person. I don’t think she knows any of them, but I’m pretty sure that she is as grateful as I am.

“Are you hurt?” the one in front of me asks.

“No, I don’t think so,” I answer shocked. I try to take a step but nearly fall … again. But this time it’s the unknown person who catches me.

“Easy,” he says and puts both his hands on my shoulders.

“Thank you,” I whisper and then start crying. Suddenly everything is clear and not covered in a thick mist of alcohol.

“Cindy, what’s wrong?” Regitze asks and runs to my side. Maybe she was able to fight against those guys, but I certainly wasn’t.

“I think she is scared,” a males voice answers for me. It must be the others; the one Regitze was talking to.

“Me too, I’ve never tried anything even close to that. I feel so… I really can’t describe it,” she says, her voice shaking. Okay, maybe she wasn’t as lucky as I though.

The next thing I remember is starring at a white sealing and an irritating beeping sound. I turn my head to the left. Regitze is lying there totally still almost like she was dead. But the same beeping sound is coming from a machine next to her. When I turn my head to the opposite side I stare into the most beautiful eyes I’ve ever seen.

“Hey,” he smiles and bends down to place a kiss on my forehead.

“Where am I?” I ask and look around to see if I can find out myself.

“You’re at the hospital. Can’t you remember anything?” he asks. I shake my head as an answer.

“No, nothing,” I say and try to sit up.

“Maybe that’s a good thing, right now,” he mutters and helps me.

“Who are you?” I ask looking at him. I don’t think I’ve seen him before.

“My name is Tom,” he answers with a smile.

“Sorry I ask, but what are you doing here? I mean, I don’t know you,” I ask confused. It’s not like I’m unhappy to have him here, because my own family won’t come to visit me. I haven’t spoken to them for about half a year.

“I actually don’t know, I just couldn’t leave you,” he explains and looks up, when the door opens. A person almost identically to Tom enters.

“Hey Bill, come and say hallo to Cindy,” Tom smiles. Bill turns around and comes over to my bed.

“Hey Cindy,” he says with a smile and sits down on the other side of my bed.

“You guys look a lot like each other,” I mutter looking from one to the other.

“That’s because we’re twins,” Bill explains and Tom nods.

“Yep, but I’m the oldest,” Tom grins. Bill just shakes his head and turns toward Regitzes bed.

“Is she hurt?” I ask in a small voice.

“No, I don’t think so. It’s the shock, just like yourself,” Tom answers and pats my hand. I smile at him and close my eyes. Soon after I’ve gone back deep into sleep.


About an hour or so later I wake up again. Tom is still sitting next to my bed, but this time Regitze is awake. She smiles at me and I smile at her.

“How are you feeling?” she asks in a low voice.

“Fine, I think,” I answer a bit uncertain, because I really have no idea about how I feel.

“That’s makes two of us,” she grins and then looks back at Bill.

“Regitze tells me that you have no contact to your parents,” Tom says when I turn to him.

“Yeah, that’s right,” I say without looking at him. I hate talking about it.

“Why?” he asks, and I look up at the sound of his voice. It sounds so different than before.

“It’s a long story, but I can say so much that I’m very angry at my parents. Maybe someday I’ll be able to tell you about it,” I explain while I’m fighting against my tears. I don’t want to cry about them anymore.

“Okay, tell me when you can,” he smiles and kisses my forehead again. I don’t know why, but I’m beginning to love the feeling of his lips touching my skin. I lean back against my pillow and start thinking about nothing. But suddenly some really scary pictures turn up and I scream in shock.

“What’s wrong sweetheart?” Regitze asks from her bed.

“Nothing, I just saw some really scary pictures,” I answer and try to shake them away, but they won’t disappear.

“What did you see?” she asks, jumps out of her bed and hurries to my side.

“Some scary faces which was laughing like a witch,” I mutter and hug my duvet.

“I think you’re starting to remember what happened the other night,” Tom says behind me, and I turn around to face him.

“The other night, how long have I been sleeping?” I ask confused.

“Two and a half day,” he answers.

“Two and a half day,” I repeat. I can’t believe it, how is it possible to sleep that long?

“Yes,” he nods and looks at the door when someone enters. It’s a nurse with a big tray filled with food. In that moment my stomach starts to rumble.

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