A/N: Sorry, once more, for being drowned in homework and being pressured into memorizing dances for my musical at school. Its over now, so I can finally have some breathing room to do stuff for fun and stuff for you, such as this and my other fics. Thanks for being so so patient! Alright, what shall we do next with these lovely characters that I didn't think up (except for Rain)?

Disclaimer: The covenant belongs to the amazing moviemakers who created it, but Rain is completely mine, just so you know.

"Good morning, babe," Reid said when Rain opened her door in the morning, rubbing her eyes from tiredness.

"Good morning yourself. Why are we waking up this early?" she asked, remembering it was a Saturday.

"We have to train you, remember. We talked Caleb into helping, so we're gonna do it. We're going to his mansion, they have this huge backyard for you to work on your powers in, got it?" Reid asked with a smile.

"Yeah, but can't I sleep a little longer?" she asked in a winy voice.

"Nope, we need all the practice we can get, or you need it, I guess. Now get dressed or I'll have to take that into my own hands too," he said with a mischievous smirk. Rain rolled her eyes and slammed the door in his face. "That was harsh," he said outside her door.

"It's a harsh world, babe, I'm just preparing you for it," she laughed.

"But…but," he began.

"Nope, no buts about it, hun," she said, opening the door and emerging in a pair of ripped up jeans and a hoodie. She smiled and took hold of his hand. "And I'm driving," she said, pulling him towards the door.

"But you don't know how to get there," he objected.

"And you do, and you can guide me," she said with a smile.

"No fair," Reid objected in a winy voice.

"Once again, life's not fair," she said, pulling him to the parking lot and getting into the driver's seat. Reid made a show of slamming the passenger door when he got in, trying to seem angry.

"That's not gonna help you, ya know," Rain said when Reid had clicked the seatbelt noisily.

"I know," he said, leaning over the console and kissing her, his mouth opening in a laugh against her lips.

"You've gotten bad at kissing," she joked when he had leaned away.

"I was laughing," he objected, taking the insult very hard.

"I know, but about what?" she asked.

"I don't know. But…Rain, I think I love you," he said warily.

"You think?" she asked, her eyebrows knitting together in confusion.

"No, I mean, I do love you. It's just I'll be positive I do if you love me back," he said, digging his grave deeper.

"You mean you're not sure?" she asked angrily, her voice rising a few octaves.

"No…I…I mean…you…and I…we…I'm…not positive unless I know the feeling is requited," he sputtered out.

"Reid Garwin, until you're absolutely without a doubt positive, you can leave me alone!" Rain said, getting out of the car grabbing her keys. She stormed back towards the building, Reid running after and grabbing her shoulders, spinning her around.

"Baby, I…I wasn't prepared for that, that's all," he said.

"Then say it, and mean it, I can be a human lie detector with my powers, don't forget that," she said angrily.

"Rain…I…I love you…I think," he stuttered.

"Well, until you don't have to think about it, you won't see much of me," she said, her eyes going white as Reid's arms slammed back down to his sides, letting go of her. She stormed back to her dorm and slammed the door, locking it. She threw herself onto the bed and clicked on the television and then hit the play button for the music player on her laptop. She had a play list going that matched her mood, angry. It was mostly punk rock, or screaming. There wasn't a single love song in it. Her phone went off and she simply glared at it. Her eyes turned white and it opened and zoomed to her ear.

"I don't want to talk to you!" she yelled into the phone.

"Please, Rain, calm down," Reid begged on the other end.

"Only when you are sure about your feelings, because I am absolutely sure about mine, but you won't know that until I know you're sure!" she yelled at him, closing the phone and turning it off. She tossed it across the room and it landed perfectly on her desk. She got up and changed into a pair of extremely short shorts and a blue tank top to sleep in. She returned to her bed, rubbing her temples in frustration. She sighed, pulling down the blankets on her bed and getting down and going back to sleep with the TV on and the music blaring.

When Rain woke up the music had stopped and something was tugging at her memory, trying to break through. She looked out the window and saw that it was dark out. She grabbed her alarm clock and saw that it was midnight. She waved her hand and her phone zoomed into her hand. She turned it on and it vibrated to life in her hand, startling her. Who could be calling? She ignored the call, not even bothering to see who it was and then saw that she had two-hundred and thirty-three missed calls and one-hundred and twenty-seven messages. She checked one of them, wondering what could be going on or what she had forgotten while she was asleep.

"Babe, it's Reid again. Sorry for leaving so many messages. Please answer, please talk to me. I really need to talk to you. And I understand that you're mad, but you're being unreasonable because I don't know for sure how I feel. Please call me back, baby. I need you."

Then she remembered and turned the phone back off as she got up and walked over to her door. She opened it, seeing Reid asleep in the hallway. She rolled her eyes and stepped overtop of him and went to the parking lot, still in the slutty outfit she had slept in. She got to her car and pulled out her keys and drove over to Wendy's and through the Drive Thru. She ordered a greasy burger, some fries, a Frosty, and a coke before driving back to the school and eating the meal in her car. When she finished, she took her coke inside and saw that Reid was still asleep on the floor outside her dorm. She rolled her eyes yet again and went back inside, slamming the door and hearing him wake up on the other side.

"Baby, please open the door," he pleaded from outside. She pretended to not hear him and turned the TV up. She could clearly her him stand back up. She knew he was using because the door fell in a few seconds later and he walked on top of it to get into her room.

"Leave me alone," she said, standing up. He kept coming towards her, shaking his head. His eyes weren't black, so he wasn't too angry. He looked upset though. She backed up and he kept coming, his arms twined around her waist as he pressed his lips against hers. At that moment, she melted. He pushed her against the wall and continued to kiss her, his tongue going inside her mouth as hers snaked into his. His lips moved to her neck and to the base of her throat as she tried to breathe evenly, which she couldn't. He lifted his head to look right into her eyes.

"I love you," he whispered. She smiled and lunged her mouth back to his quickly before pulling away.

"I love you too," she said, smiling.

"Thank goodness that little spat's over," he whispered.

"Little spat?" she asked. "We almost broke up," she said worriedly.

"Well, it's a good thing we didn't, huh?" she asked, smiling broadly. She leaned forward and kissed him again before she ushered him out of her room and got dressed for class. She met him outside her room in her uniform.

"I love you," he said again.

"I love you too," she laughed as they walked to class.

A/N: Short, I know. Sorry. I finally was able to sit down and finish this chapter I had started before I got the news about the musical. I'm pissed about the show too, seeing as my iPod and camera were stolen out of my purse at play practice a while ago. Thank goodness the play is over though, so I can finally update more. So aggravating. Cheer me up with some reviews please.