out of townout of town by darkangel1819
The evening was dark and heavy, Jenny went walking along the road. The departure had not been easy, she had to hide with her best friend Kathleen Likens in three months. So Kathleen's cousin Brenda Brackett could provide her with a false passport so she could get out of town, she had gone much during the last 23 days. But it was worth it if it could lead her to her brother
The First Touch Part 5The First Touch Part 5 by darkangel1819
People do not fall in love with it immediately, Jodelle told him. If they do, then they do not know the person. There's such a thing called dating
"Now you see why I do not want you to find a boyfriend before you're 18," Bruce said with a dark chuckle. "Why do not you go home, take some time to think about this. We can talk tonight, if you want, or we can pretend this never happened."
Happy Birthday Part 3Happy Birthday Part 3 by darkangel1819
Alex took a pie from the fridge and followed Remus into the room. She sat down beside him on the couch. "Remus, what do we do?" She could not help but when her god father like this. It was fun to drive him up the wall.
Remus rolled his eyes. "For the last time, I tell you it is not until tomorrow. Not ask me again otherwise I hex you."
Alex took the threat seriously and reluctantly withdrew. She and Remus watched TV until about 22:00, when she decided to go to bed. But she was not ready to sleep.
They slept most of the night, but Remus was up 5:00. He showered and dressed in 6:30. The first real thing he did after wake up made breakfast
Oh manOh man by darkangel1819
The ship had a swaying side to side movement that was churning Angels stomach. She almost lost her breakfast at the sight of the shoal of Orcus s, or sea-whales, but they seemed passive enough and only mildly curious. Angel was finding it difficult to walk properly - she had to adjust her weight with every step as if walking in a storm, and found himself tilting to one side, in spite of his best efforts. With some difficulty, she climbed the stairs and reached the bow deck where Amelia stood. Amelia arched one eyebrow regally and allowed a small smile to curve her mouth. "A little surprising to set off at first, but within a week you'll be right as rain," Amelia told her. Angel nodded slightly and swallowed.