Ella is a seemingly normal high school girl. She gets good grades and she's in the drama club. She blends in pretty well. But she has a crush on one of her best friends, ultra popular Charmont. He is class president, and he belongs to the richest family in Frell. Full summery inside. R&R.
Ella is a seemingly normal high school girl. She gets good grades and she's in the drama club. She blends in pretty well. But she has a crush on one of her best friends, ultra popular Charmont. He is class president, and he belongs to the richest family in Frell. But her older step-sister, Hattie, likes him to. So she forbids the obedient Ella to be around him. This makes Char wonder. So what happens when they both get the lead parts in the school play of the year?
"Oh, dear Charmont!" Hattie was pestering Char as usual. "I seem to have failed my spelling test. And since you always get 100, I was wondering if you would grace me with you presence in a study session."
"Well I would love to, but I don't know. I'm not much of a teacher," Char replied.
"Please. I could use any help I could get. My grade is so horrible!"
"Hmm. Hmm..." Ella was looking at a peice of paper with an annoyed look on her face. "This paper says 95 on it. That's a better grade then mine and Areida's put together."
"Ella! That's mine! You cant just go and read someone else's test without there permission!" Hattie swiped the paper from Ella.
"Ow! Oh, paper cut." Ella put her finger in her mouth to numb the slight pain.
"Don't do that, Ella." Char said "It could get infected. Here."
He grabbed Ella's hand and wrapped it with a bit of a handkerchief from his pocket.
"You didn't have to do that. It was fine."
"No. It would be better if it didn't get infected." He put the rest in his pocket "Besides, it matches your eyes."
"Ella!" Hattie stormed up to her. "Go home."
"Wha-!" Ella's feet started to move her. "I-I'm sorry guys. I have to go. I'll talk to you later. Bye!" She walked out the school doors.
"Ella, wait!" Areida went after her.
"Ella?" Char started out the door also, but was stopped by Hattie's incessant clinging to his arm.
"Forget about her, dear Charmont. We have a student counsel meeting in less then five minutes. And it takes a good four on a good day. Lets go!" She began pulling him again.
"B-but Ella..." Char tried to stay in place.
"She'll be fine, trust me!" Hattie managed to get him to move.
"O-okay, if you say so. But would you please let go of my arm now...?" He followed her.
'Of course not,' she thought. "But if I do, you'll run off again." 'After that ungrateful Ella. What does he see in her? I'm better, and more popular, and smarter, and way, way better looking than she will ever be!'
End Chappy 1!
Thanks for reading and please review! And if anyone knows where I can find a good on-line spell checker, would you tell me? I can't seem to find a good one anywhere!