I struggled with my concentration, as I made a sketch of Thomas’s perfect features. After that, I needed to add every curve and detail that made him so hot and irresistible…or maybe he was that alluring only for me because of the way he was treating me, and the sparks he ignited with only a simple touch or intense glance in my direction.
I knew I had a huge crush on him, and he had some feelings for me. Thomas wasn’t aware of how attractive he was for me. I was ready to let go of my defenses and let him in my heart. I wasn’t going to confess anything like that, or at least I wasn’t planning on it. Just next time when he wants me as his girlfriend--I would not hesitate to show him how my feelings towards him had evolved.
Fighting my thoughts, I was making precise moves on the canvas with my right hand. My eyes were stopping on every part of his face, my breath
Standing in front of the mirror, I was amazed at Tina’s never-ending ideas to pick the wrong style for me. I had long leather pants, a long-sleeved top, matching and both snow-white. Some gold-ish zippers were closing tiny pockets over my breasts and under my waist. I felt like a white snake or something. I love white, but without the black, I felt like half of me and like I was a magnet for random stares at school.I put on tar eyeliner and mascara in a futile attempt to help even the fight between my favorite colors. I kept my hair in a ponytail, happy Tina wasn’t able to push her hairstyle ideas on me today.It was another cold morning and chills ran through my body, causing my hairs to stand erect. Unhappy with the thin leather clothes I had on, I climbed in my car, turning on the heat and the radio. I was in a mood to find a new favorite band o
I gaped at my step-brother, but no words came out of my mouth. So I am not good for a spy. “Why were you following me? Did you tell someone?” His face morphed from threatening to worried and angry. “What do you think you saw?” he tilted his head with a menacing glare. Behind Steven, I saw Samuel coming our way, and I came to my senses. I did not want to cause a scandal, I wanted to be finished with this right this second. If we had to go out for this--we would go out. “I saw enough to know you might be in trouble, but I--” I started confidently, but he rudely cut me off. “It’s not your fucking business to know what I do! Stay out of it, do you hear me?” He raised his voice, some people turning their heads in our direction to steal a look. “Why are you standing in the dark?” I asked Thomas, trying to take a step towards the switch to turn the light on, but he made a move like we were playing basketball, and I was running with the ball. “What are you doing?” I breathed out when our faces nearly touched. “I don’t know…it’s beyond me,” his warm breath caressed my chin, his eyes were burning with passion. He looked like a vampire or a bloodthirsty werewolf from a movie--barely being able to control himself. I bit my lips to prevent a smile and joked, keeping my voice low. “Don’t eat me, please.” Thomas narrowed his eyes at me, taking a step back to come to his senses. I giggled, still holding my towel tightly. “Eat you?” he finally asked. “Yeah, like in a scar
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“Why are you standing in the dark?” I asked Thomas, trying to take a step towards the switch to turn the light on, but he made a move like we were playing basketball, and I was running with the ball. “What are you doing?” I breathed out when our faces nearly touched. “I don’t know…it’s beyond me,” his warm breath caressed my chin, his eyes were burning with passion. He looked like a vampire or a bloodthirsty werewolf from a movie--barely being able to control himself. I bit my lips to prevent a smile and joked, keeping my voice low. “Don’t eat me, please.” Thomas narrowed his eyes at me, taking a step back to come to his senses. I giggled, still holding my towel tightly. “Eat you?” he finally asked. “Yeah, like in a scar
“Um, yeah! You should be more careful and not run in the halls. Didn’t your parents teach you that?” she smirked, looking down at me, as I collected my things from the coldfloor. I shot her a glare, but then groaned and threw my hands up in the air. There was no point in arguing with someone who was so quick to put the whole blame on me. It would only piss me off, and I didn’t have the energy or time for this. “Think whatever you want,” I sighed and hung my bag on my shoulder, leaving Olivia behind me. Her icy, narrowed eyes haunted me until I went into Biology. There, Thomas was grinning stupidly when he saw me, and my worries melted away. I took a new seat on a desk near the door, not wanting to be seen as someone who came in after the bell. My breathing incr
Lately, I was agreeing a lot to do stuff against my will. I was going on dates, throwing home parties, dressing up to someone else’s taste, and now, I was about to step in the obvious trap Olivia had set up for me. What was wrong with me? I put on my favorite black jeans and a long sleeved sweatshirt, Three days grace, happy to wear them again. My hair was in a tight ponytail and I had a little fun placing black shades on my eyes, leaving my lips pale with colorless balm. It was awkward, I had no phone to take with me and I had arranged a meeting in front of a grocery store twenty minutes before seven. Thomas wanted to drive us to the spooky place. Linda was also coming,
My blood was boiling from anger and a chill ran down my spine, seeing how much effort someone put into making me a character from a thriller. “Say that you are leaving my future boyfriend alone, or I will never let you out of this maze. I am waiting!” the message in the card ordered. I looked around for a camera, but saw none. Then I looked up to where the three-meter fake cave walls ended to the ceiling of the building. I could see a small, dark glass room from where you could observe the whole maze. “It must be some kind of control room,” I whispered under my breath. “Alice, what is going on?” Linda’s worried voice reached me from not that far. “Oh, nothing! Basically, I found a note telling me I will stay here for di
Even though I had accepted Linda’s invitation to sleepover at her place, instead of being alone in my room, I barely slept. My mind was plotting ways to release myself from Olivia’s trap, to prevent her from leaking my provocative photos and whatever else she got from my mobile. Exhausted, I got up really early and drove to my house in the morning. After a refreshing warm shower, I put on some of my old clothes and a black jacket. My reflection stared back at me with a sad look and baggy eyes, but I ignored it and went to school. Last night I had nightmares, today I got no sleep. I was feeling miserable, but somehow I was still functioning. Thomas was already in the parking lot, a worried look on his face when I parked near the school. He was nervously walking in front of the bench where Linda often waited
I gave a small smile, passing an acknowledging nod. Thomas and Steven gave each other a quick greeting, before my step-brother turned his attention back to me. “Help you with what?” he narrowed his eyebrows at me with unhidden curiosity. We never had a real talk. He had no idea what I liked or what was happening in my life. We were just like distant neighbors, forced to sometimes dine together with father and Tina. “There is one girl, Olivia. You surely know her--curly brown hair, glasses… geek-ish?” I described her with my lips lifted at the corners. “Maybe I have seen her. What about her?” Steven questioned. “You have connections. Can you dig some information about her…please,” I looked at him with pleading eyes. I cou