Author: CovenantGirl PM
Kiegan is new to SA and almost immediately she becomes friends with the infamous Sons. Is her life going to be turned upside down? What about when she falls for the lost Son? And what happens when she can no longer keep her secret hidden?Rated: Fiction T - English - Supernatural/Romance - Chase C. & Pogue P. - Chapters: 4 - Words: 13,769 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 24 - Follows: 31 - Updated: 07-13-12 - Published: 04-06-12 - id: 7996853
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Hey everyone, so sorry that it has taken me SO unbelievably long to get out a new chapter, I sincerely apologize with my whole heart.
I don't know if those who have been reading this are still interested after I've made you wait forever. But I do hope you are cause I really would like to see this fic go well and be well liked.
Anyways, I'll just let you get to the chapter that I have FINALLY gotten around to finishing.
Previously on Angels Eyes:
"Yeah, yeah. Try not to get into anymore girl fights, Parish." teased Pogue.
Kiegan stuck her tongue out at them childishly and ran off towards the front doors of Spencer.
The boys both looked at her retreating form, cocking their heads to the side simulaneously.
"Dude, we are so screwed." said Pogue as Kiegan disappeared into the school.
"Pogue, I need to talk to you about something." said Caleb, turning his attention back to the steering wheel as they drove off.
"I saw something at the Hospital.." Caleb replied, his eyes hard.
"What do you mean you saw something at the Hospital?"
Caleb took a deep breath before answering; "Kiegan... I don't think she's human."
Chase looked into Kiegan's eyes, her strange and beautiful silver orbs. He'd never seen anything like them, and he was sure that he never would. She was unique in everything that was about her.
Her eyes, her smile, her hair and the way it smelt, her personality... she wasn't like anyone else and never would be. She was better.
He could feel that familiar pull towards her, the want and need for her to be closer getting more and more pronounced, he couldn't explain it. Though, he had tried on many many different occassions. But no matter how long he tried to, he never would be able to explain it and he knew that. Deep down.
"You're staring." she said with a giggle.
"I know." he replied calmly.
She instantly became serious, staring right back into his green eyes, his mysterious green eyes.
She noticed that there was something off about Chase, something that she could tell was dark and potentially dangerous, but she didn't care. He didn't show any sort of darkness towards her, although she didn't exactly know why, she could feel the dark right there on the surface but it couldn't reach her.
It was as if it were afraid. Afraid to go for her, to try and wrap istelf around her like a caccoon and sucking every ounce of light from her soul. She liked Chase, that was for damned sure, her body was just dying to get close enough to touch. Her light was calling out to his, but it couldn't yet reach it for it was too deep in him, hidden away from the world. Blotted out by the dark.
She let out a soft breath, her eyes darting down to his lips, which didn't go un-noticed by Chase but he kept his distance. Afraid of scaring her if he moved in. But he didn't have to move for she was the one moving closer, her eyes still on his lips before flashing up to his eyes, seeking approval for a connection.
Getting the go-ahead from his eyes, she moved in even closer, their lips nearly thouching but stopping as an annoying buzzing and beeping noise ruined their moment.
Kiegan's eyes opened to see Chase sleeping next to her, she must have dreamt the whole thing last night, ugh!
She looked down at his sleeping form and smiled, even if she hadn't been able to finish her dream it was still one of the best that she'd had in a long time and suddenly wished that it had all been real.
But wishes didn't come true. Not for her. Not ever.
She couldn't help but wonder though, what if they did? If there was a wish that could ever come true, she wanted it to be that one. Deep down she knew that the dream had held deeper meaning when it came to how she was feeling about his darkness and her light.
But the only part she could concentrate at that moment was the part where their lips had nearly touched and that was something she really wanted to happen, no matter what the consequences would be.
She laid her head back down on the pillow she had been sharing with Chase and placed her good hand over the hand that wasn't under his head before closing her eyes again, beckoning sleep to overtake her and hopefully drop her off at the nearest Chase-kissing dream.
Chase slowly opened his eyes as the sun became too much for him to handle, why did it have to always shine in his face in the mornings! Stupid star!
Once he opened them completely, he noticed just how close Kiegan was to him, her small hand over his bigger one causing him to smile softly.
He nuzzled the back of her hand, his smile never wavering. He loved the way her skin smelt like mint and cherry blossoms, a perfect mixture of scents that matched so well with who she was. He could get used to the way she smelt, and he could also get used to waking up to find her next to him, sleeping peacefully.
After using to pull the shades completely closed, his eyes followed suit and he drifted to a deep sleep.
Kiegan's eyes snapped open as soon as his were closed, she had just felt a spark, she knew exactly what is was but looked around the room for the source before her eyes landed on Chase. He was exactly the way she had dreamt. His darkness, she had just felt it up close and personal and she didn't like the way it felt.
Chase awoke two hours later to find the other side of the bed empty and cold which caused him to frown, he looked around the room to have his eyes land on Kiegan's hunched form sitting in a rocking chair by the bed, holding an old and warn leather bound book in her good hand and using her cast-laiden one to prop it up while rocking back and forth softly. She looked so absolutely focused but he could see how rigid she really was and this confused him to no end.
"Hey, you okay?" he asked, his voice heavy with sleep.
She finished whatever sentence she was reading before her silver eyes focused on his green ones.
"Yeah, I'm fine." she replied shortly before turning her eyes back down to her book.
Chase looked confused for a moment before looking around the room, it had been too dark the night before and he was too focused on Kiegan and spending time with her to get a good look at his surroundings.
There was a big oak desk to the left of the door, stacked with many different books and notepads and other papers thrown about it half-hazardly as if someone had been searching for something and was in too much of a hurry to bother keeping it somewhat tidy. There was just one blank spot where a purple Toshiba laptop sat closed with many little stickers and a couple of sticky notes scribbled with messages stuck to it.
Her walls were painted the same dismal blue-grey as his own room, and undoubtedly everyone elses, there were no traces of pictures of people or posters of famous bands or movies, nor were there any paintings or drawings. Nothing.
There were a few pairs of different shoes and a couple beanies laying around the floor but other than those few exceptions the floor was rather tidy. No dirty socks, jeans, shirts or any other pieces of miscelaneous clothing items.
On the right side of the room there was just an empty bed, no sheets or pillows to be seen.
Kiegan noted his silence, marking her spot in the old book with a hot-pink sticky note and stood up, placing the ancient book on her chair.
"Did you sleep alright?" she asked quietly as she sat on the very edge of the bed, as far away from him as she could be without him thinking something was up.
He finished his assessment of her room and turned his head in her direction with a smile on his handsome face.
"Slept great. You?" he replied, his smile unwavering.
She couldn't help herself and smiled back at him brightly.
"Not bad, really." she said, her smile still intact.
Neither of them said anything for a while, the silence slightly awkward. At least that's how it felt to Kiegan.
"So, did you want to maybe go and get some breakfast?" asked Chase with his smile back on his face.
Keigan scratched the back of her head, causing her already pretty messy hair even messier.
"Actually, I have to go and meet Pogue in the Library. I promised him that I would help him with homework. Next time, maybe?" she said calmly, trying not to alert him.
Chase looked at her for a moment before a look of disappointment wormed it's way accross his face.
"Oh, sure thing. I guess that I will let you get ready and will talk to you later?" he asked, slowly getting off the bed, pausing only a moment to pull on his discarded shoes.
"Alright. Sounds good." she said before letting out a yawn. "Sorry."
"It's alright, really." replied Chase with a quick smirk and turned to leave.
Kiegan stood there, watching his retreating form. He stopped momentarily at the door, his hand pausing on top of the knob before throwing one last quick smile her way. The door closed with a small thud behind him causing Kiegan to let out a breath of relief.
Now all she had to do was get cleaned, dressed and call Pogue to make sure she had a plausible 'alibi' in case Chase went to ask him. She didn't want him to find out that she had lied to him. She didn't know how he would react to that and she was a little scared.
An hour later Kiegan stepped back into her dorm room wearing a pair of black skinny jeans, black converse, form fitting white long sleeved top and a deep blue off-the-shoulder oversized sweater.
She had decided to curl her hair in loose ringlette's, a few curls having been pinned back and out of her face so she could actually see.
Quickly checking the time she pulled out her RAZR and pressed the #3 on her speed-dial and waited for Pogue to answer.
Surely enough, two rings later his voice boomed through the ear piece.
"Kiegan, what's up?" he asked, his voice still carrying traces of sleep.
"Hey, Pogue, did I wake you up?"
"No no. I needed to get up soon anyways." he replied with a yawn.
"Okay, good. Uhm... I was wondering if you would meet me in the Library in about fifteen minutes?" she asked, scratching the side of her nose with her left pointer-finger.
There was a long pause on the other end of the line, causing Kiegan's heart to slightly speed up in wonder. Was he going to say no? Was he going to make her explain?
"Yeah, sure. I actually need to talk to you. In private." he replied after a few more moments of waiting.
Kiegan let out a soft breath of relief but then held her breath once again. He needed to talk to her in Private? What could he need?
Please don't be something bad. Please don't be something bad. She said to herself.
"Okay. Uh, cool. I guess." she said softly.
"Woah, woah. It's okay, nothing horrible. I promise." he said with a laugh.
They talked for a few more moments before hanging up as Pogue needed to shower and get dressed. She didn't want him to show up naked or anything. Now that would be pretty embarrassing.
Well that's the long awaited chapter... Not sure if I really like it and to me it seems a little short... But I couldn't think of what else to put tonight so I'm going to make next chapter longer, hopefully.
Also, I'm sorry that I'm not giving you one of my "Next Time on Angel Eyes" this time but I couldn't think of what I should show you and what I shouldn't. Plus the fact that I haven't really worked on the next chapter yet and it may take me a little while, hopefully not as long as this chapter took me but I can't be sure. I'm just going to have my fingers crossed that my muse shows his gorgeous face. I'm thinking I really need to watch The Covenant again and some other sci-fi, supernatural, horror etc movies to get my words flowing for the next chapter.
I will tell you all, however, that there is going to be a new face/character in the next chapter. I got a good idea from someone on what to do and I'm going to run with it and I hope that you will all like it.