Warning: This is STILL a slash, but there will be some hetero in here. If you don't like that stuff, just do me a favor and leave.
Disclaimer: I don't own these characters. They belong to Disney.
A/N: This is the sequel for Memorize Her Smile. If you want to read this, it'd be a good idea to read that one first if you haven't all ready.
This story is going to deal with a lot of mature themes. I'd tell you right now, but then that would just ruin it. All I can say is that if you are immature (you know who you are), then don't read this.
"This is it," Raven said as she looked up at the enormous school building with Eddie and Chelsea on both sides of her. They were now 12th graders, and felt it necessary to stop for a moment and take it all in.
"It's kind of sad, isn't it?" Chelsea asked.
"A little bit, I guess. I mean, one year from now, we won't be here. But we'll still be friends, right?"
"Best friends," Raven assured him.
"Well, what are we waiting for? Lets go in," said Chelsea. The three of them walked straight ahead to the rusty double doors that they had gotten so used to. Chelsea took a deep breath of Bayside High air. "I can't believe I was about to leave this place!"
"Well I'm so glad you stayed," Raven said to her girlfriend before kissing her on the cheeks. "I love you."
"I love you too."
"And I'm gonna be sick from all this love," Eddie said.
"Aw, you're just mad because Piper moved to LA with her dad. What you need is a new girlfriend," Chelsea said.
"I don't want a new girlfriend. I just want Piper back." Eddie began to mope.
"Well, maybe that can be arranged," a girl said.
"Piper?" He turned around.
"Eddie!" She wrapped her arms around him.
"Why aren't you in LA? What happened?"
"Well, I was having a great time living with my dad, but I missed you. So, I'm back to live with my mom. I couldn't take only emailing you. I had to see your face." Eddie looked happily at Piper and couldn't help but notice there was something different about her. He examined her. Her hair was still chestnut brown and so were her eyes. She was still just a bit shorter that him, so he knew that height wasn't what was different.
"You've changed, but I can't figure out how. Hug me again, would you?" He asked. Once again, Piper put her arms around the boy. He looked like he was trying hard to figure out what it was as he enjoyed her warm embrace.
"Eddie, there's something I have to tell you," she said.
"What is it?"
"Do you remember the night we met?"
"Do you remember what we did the night we met?"
There was a blank look on his face and once seconds had gone by and Eddie didn't say anything, Piper knew she would have to spell it out."
"Ed, are you listening?"
"I'm…I'm...listening," He said, beginning to realize what she was talking about, but still too stunned to speak whole sentences.
A/N: I know this chapter focused more on Eddie than on Raven and Chelsea, but bear with me. This is all going to come together in the end. Please review.