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Moon: Chapter Two

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Under the Double Star - Chapter One

      "I can't believe you just did that!"

       "Why not? I gave him a chance to better himself. When a girl says no she means no!" He agreed then walked up to an old mustang. I gawked at it. Then realized he had gotten in. "Is this really your car?"

       "Well I wouldn't have the keys to it if it wasn't."

       "Good point."

       "Are you going to get in, or are you just going to stand there?"

       I opened the door and slowly got in. I felt like it was too old to pricey to just plop down on the seat. No it was too nice for that. "Sorry, I was just a little surprised is all."

       "Would you prefer we take your car?"

       I shook my head and waved my hands in front of me. "Oh no! My cars an old metal death trap. An accident just waiting to happen and thats without being drunk." He laughed this amazing laugh that sounded so sweet to the ears and was rich enough you could taste it in the air. It was all i could do not to melt, on the outside at least. "So where are we going?" I asked almost excitedly. Was I excited? From the tone of my voice and the thud in my chest it sure seemed like I was.

       "It's a surprise."

       I glanced over at him, his face flashed under the passing street lamps. "I really don't like surprises."

       He smiled over at me. "Well I guess you're just going to have to deal with it for once."

       "Make me laugh."


       "I have really bad anxiety problems and I need something to take my mind off of the fact that I have no clue where we are going. Now make me laugh unless you want me to go into a panic attack right next to you!"

       "Please don't, I'm really not that funny."

       I began yelling. "Then talk to me, do something! Cause if you don't find some way to distract me I will go into a panic attack and I dont have my inhaler."

       "I don't know what to do! Why didnt you bring your inhaler?" He was panicking now.

       "Why would I bring my inhaler? I didn't plan on doing anything that would require me to need one! I don't care what you do just do something, anything!"

       He pulled the car to the side of the road, and turned to me. I looked at him like he was crazy for pulling over to the side of the road on a highway. "What are you doing!" I screamed franticly.

       He leaned close to me. "Shhh." He put his hand on my cheek and slid it down my cheek to the back of my neck. I looked into his eyes, they screamed for me to kiss him. He was searching for my reaction, I could tell. I knew my heart was beating fast and you know what they say the eyes being the gateway to the soul? Well his are more like garden gates. On the other hand mine were like big pearly gates, you knew what was waiting behind them. His movements were slow and his eyes darted nervously from my eyes to my lips.

       My cheeks were heating up, I wasn't sure if it was because of the heat coming off of his palm or my own doing, but it was getting hotter and hotter in the car. It didn't help that the car seemed so much smaller than before. A shiver shot under my skin, I tried to stifle it but I couldn't. His hand fell to my leg, and he bowed his head. I layed my hand on top of his, and gently caressed the top of his hand. I wasn't sure why, but it just felt right. He quickly pulled his hand away, started the car, and pulled into traffic.

       It was silent in the car, completely and utterly silent, and not the comfortable silence either. It was the suffocatingly odd silence. The kind that made the car feel smaller yet again. It was absolutely agonizing to just sit there in that deadening silence. Quietly, to myself,I begged for it to end. For him to say something, anything, even the smallest word would do.

       "I'm sorry." He spoke softly and never looked away from the road.

       I looked at him confused. "For what?"

       "It was stupid of me, I just got carried away, plus it's my designated position. I mean I know how I feel about you but I'm sure you only see me as your little sisters boyfriend. Again I'm sorry."

       "Designated position? What are you talking about, and there is no reason to be sorry." I paused and looked down as I fiddled with my hands. A nervous tick i've had ever since I was little. "Besides, I wanted you to."

       I felt his gaze shift slightly to me as my cheeks grew warmer. "Good, then the rest should be relatively easy."

       I looked at him confused, then something dawned on me. "Wait! What about you and Paige?"

       "There is no Paige and I anymore." Give voice had gone cold and flat. There was no emotion in his words.

       "Oh my god! I just stole my sisters boyfriend! What kins of sister am I?"

       "I used your sister to get close to you. I was never your sisters I was and will always be yours."

       "That's horrible! Why would you say that? What would make you think I would even want to be with you after what you just said, and I couldn't do that to Paige that's just wrong!"

       "We were destined to be together, and the sooner you accept that the easier it will be fr the both of us, and the better too."

       "What is wrong with you? Did I say something wrong because you aren't the same as you were in the bar, and frankly I liked that side of you better."

       He let out a sight but didn't look away from the road. "Sorry, I just get a little uptight when I think about-" He trailed off. "well, us.'

       "What do you mean, us? Will you please explain everything to me." The conversation had gotten alot softer. I had lost all of my anger, all that remained was confusion. "I just don't understand."

       "Can you wait till we get to our destination?" He turned and smiled at me.

       "Only if you keep me company." I smiled back at him

       "I think I may be able to do that." He spoke as he turned his eyes back to the road.

       I'm sure you can." I smiled and grabbed his hand. He quickly turned toward my hand, clearly thinking about pulling away. However something changed his mind, and he squeezed my hand instead. "Thank you."

       He didn't look at me but I could hear the surprise in his voice. "For what?"

       I layed my head on his shoulder and closed. "For this, and for making me feel comfortable. It's been a while since I could just let go, and go with the flow." As I spoke I snuggled closer to his arm.

       "You're welcome. It was my pleasure." My eyes were closed but I could feel him smiling down at me. The trip was long but peaceful, the heat coming off of him was comforting and the pure bliss I felt when I was with him made the trip pleasant and sweet.

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