Author: kitten195 PM
Lucy is Dean's beloved baby sister. What will happen when they stay in a town where her friends pressure her into doing drugs. Will he be able to notice and save her before it's too late.Rated: Fiction M - English - Tragedy/Family - John W. & Dean W. - Chapters: 2 - Words: 1,365 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 4 - Updated: 04-03-09 - Published: 03-28-09 - id: 4954997
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"Hey Dean, you better stop that, you can't afford to give yourself anymore brain damage. You need as many brain cells as you can get at this point,"she joked as she slid into her place in the passengers seat.
Dean let out a sarcastic laugh and started the impala, that was now his since his eighteenth birthday. Metallica came blasting out of the speakers to the the point where it was at ear shattering levels.
Lucy immediately reached into the back seat and got out her favorite album of all time. It was a Kenny Chesney c.d. and she absolutely loved it. Her dad and brother always teased her for being a 'Country girl,' but she didn't care. She knew she was, and besides, it was so much better than the constant playing of classic rock.
She started to put it into the player when Dean saw what she was trying to do.
"Oh no little sister, don't even think about changing the music, or your walking," he warned.
She just rolled her eyes. She knew that he wouldn't actually leave her in the middle of nowhere unless he was really mad, and even then he would circle around to made sure that she was safe. He didn't think that she knew he did that. She wasn't stupid, she knew but didn't point him out.
"Please Dean, your music always gives me a headache and you know you like Kenny here," I said, lifting up the c.d. in my hand. She also put on her cute smile that got him everytime.
"Oh, fine, just don't get used to it," he relented with a sigh.
She smiled knowing that she could get him to listen to her music anytime she wanted, which was almost always, as she placed the c.d. into the newly installed player next to the cassette's place.
Suddenly the music changed to Summertime, and Lucy starting singing along to it the entire way to school. When the car pulled up in front of her current highschool, Dean seemed grateful to turn off the music.
Lucy gave a little huff, but let it drop at that. She reached in the back and grabbed her stuff. She quickly gave Dean a hug then got out of the impala. She walked a few yards then heard the rumble as her brother drove away.
She looked around and saw about ten seperate groups scattered around the lawn. None f them seemed to notice the new girl. Not yet that is, she thought as she made her way to find her locker.
As she walked in the building, she never saw the group that DID notice her. They all watched with smirks on their faces at their soon-to-be newest member of their group.