|Jump City High
Author: Nkcandygirl PM
The Goths were in the corner being creepy. The wannabes were pining. The loner was being annoying. The geeks were being weirdoes. The populars were being popular. I guess you could say it was a normal day at Jump City High. That is, until she walked in. My name is Kori Anders and this is the story of how one girl took everything from me. BBTer Cybee Hotgent RaeX KFJinx RobStarRated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 5 - Words: 3,579 - Reviews: 43 - Favs: 15 - Follows: 23 - Updated: 03-22-13 - Published: 01-05-13 - id: 8879101
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Don't own the Teen Titans…
As stated before, this story is dedicated to Raven's Dark Master! You're amazing! :)
By the way, TTTTTTTTTTTT means a POV change!
Detention was not fun. There was really nothing else to say. I don't belong here, I didn't really do anything bad! I forgot to lock my locker for Pete's sake! Since when was that a detention punishable offense?!
I'm Jason Todd. I can't be in here. My brother was perfect. My rich dad would kill me to put it in simple terms.
I looked around. Most people in this room about scared me to death. Goths made up the majority. There were about three of them. My brother had always been around to shield me from the weirdoes of the school. I felt a little helpless without him.
"Hey handsome." A girl leaned over her desk. Black hair, red highlights, mildly attractive I guess.
I tried to remain calm. "Fuck you."
"Please do." Toni smirked. The door burst open.
"Oh come on, Principal Wilson! I didn't do anything that bad!" A girl exclaimed as she was thrown into the room.
"Last time I checked, stealing all the male teachers pants was bad." Was all the principal said as he slammed the door shut. I desperately wanted him to come back, and get me out of here but of course that didn't happen.
I gulped. It was Rachael Roth. Apparently, she got detention every Saturday, and for bad shit too. I'm sure stealing pants was one of the least harmless things she's ever done.
Even the Goths tensed at her presence, all of them avoiding her gaze while she passed to take a seat. She was feared alright.
"Where were we? Oh yeah, you were about to fuck me." The girl from before started her antics again.
"Leave him alone Monetti." A feminine voice rang from the back of the class. It was none other than Rachael Roth with her legs crossed on top of her desk, relaxed as ever.
"Why don't you just stick to your own damn business Rachael?" The Monetti girl was clearly annoyed.
The other girl simply raised an eyebrow, "What did you just say?"
Monetti squeaked, "Nothing!" And was quickly back to her own desk. Looks like she wasn't so tough. Ha!
Rachael merely nodded at me. I took in her features: long, straight black hair, grey eyes, skinny. She simply wore a black tank top, black flat ankle boots and jean shorts.
I shrugged, she didn't seem as scary as everyone thought. Maybe she was even nice, I mean she did just save me from a lust attack.
And that sums up my day at detention. Though, Rachael Roth did catch my eye, I was intrigued.
It was just another normal day for me. Being gorgeous and popular as usual.
"Oh Kori, you look so gorgeous!" Cheerleaders fawn around me. Oh, how lovely I am.
"Hey baby." And the final touch. My boyfriend of course, Richard Grayson. That's right, the Richard Grayson, school quarterback, perfect boy, was my boyfriend! Eep!
Life was perfect. I was perfect.
"Mom, you're kidding me, right?!" I exclaimed to the older woman across the counter.
"Tara, Jump is a nice city! Trust me, you won't miss Steel that much!" She replied.
"So you're serious?" I asked in defeat, my knees giving out under me as my body connected with the sofa.
"Look Terra, I know it's hard. It's been tough on both of us. The divorce took a toll on me too-" I couldn't listen anymore. She had already driven my dad away, and now she was trying to destroy my life. Didn't the witch have anything better to do than make me miserable?
So I ran. Ran up the stairs. To my room, my sanctuary. The one place in this house away from her. What was she trying to do? I didn't need to move. I didn't want to move.
So, as I was writing the next chapter, I found Star/Kori's POV to be the most interesting actually. She refers to everyone by their school "social status". It's weird, Raven's my favorite but I'm kind of avoiding her POV.
And of course, the characters' back stories are nice to think of and write since I can relate people I know and myself. Of course, every character has more than one layer to them so it'll be nice to see what's behind Terra's scorn for her mom or Kori's large ego in the future. Anyways, review!