|Complicated Teenage Romance
Author: Sephirotha PM
Rainbow is the second daughter in a rich family. Vincent is the adopted son of a middle-class family. Both are similair in many ways but with their crazy families, would romance be as easy as it seems?Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Romance - Chapters: 4 - Words: 2,055 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 10-30-12 - Published: 12-24-11 - id: 7668647
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I stood in front of the class as the teacher introduced me to my new classmates. I couldn't help but stare at the young girl with turquoise hair and her bright magenta eyes seemed to connect with my blood red ones. I had never believed in love at first sight but these new feelings seemed too strong to just be a mere crush or infatuation. Wait, there's a spare desk next to her! My eyes zoomed onto the empty seat that was next to her. The girl was staring out of the window, watching the wild horses gallop past the school. I could see her chest heave in a wistful fashion and held back a soft sigh. She was beautiful. A little day dreamy but beautiful all the same. I can't wait to get to know her.
"Now, Vincent," the teacher said "If you could take a seat…"
I strode straight across the classroom and sat down next to the girl with long turquoise hair. A murmur of shocked comments rippled through the class but I took no notice, just focused my attention on the teacher's register and glanced at the girl.
"So," I caught her attention by waving my hand in front of her face "What's your name?"
Her magenta eyes flickered towards me and looked me up and down.
"Uh…Rainbow," she replied "So you're Vincent? That's a great name."
I felt myself grow warm from the compliment.
"Rainbow's a great name too," I said.
Rainbow snorted and shook her head.
"Please, everyone teases me about it," she said "And because I'm so reserved, I hardly make friends."
"Well, can we be friends?" I offered "I tend to seclude myself too. I never seem to get on with anyone."
"You're just saying that," Rainbow gave me a disbelieving look "With a face like yours, you could have the ladies come flooding in to have a piece of you."
I shuddered at the thought.
"No, I stay in my brother's shadow," I explained "I'm quite shy."
"That's cute too," Rainbow smiled and I felt warmer when I saw that dazzling smile.
"So what do you like to do in your spare time?" I asked.
"Write," Rainbow answered and glanced outside "Most of my books are to do with animals."
"What's your favourite animal?"
Rainbow turned and giggled.
"For one who's supposed to be shy, you're rather talkative," she commented.
I felt my cheeks flush and turn away.
"I'm like that when I meet a nice person," I muttered softly.
Rainbow giggled again. She had a cute laugh. I could listen to that laugh all day. Perhaps I should find different ways to make her laugh throughout the day. The bell rung for the first class and we stood up.
"I don't have my timetable yet," I said and followed Rainbow out of the classroom "May I follow you for a few days until I get it?"
Rainbow turned and tilted her head.
"OK, just don't follow me into the girls changing rooms."
I chuckled nervously.
"Don't worry, I won't," I said and followed her to our first lesson.