Santa Carla Twilight
I had just moved to Santa Carla, California from New Mexico with my family. It was my first night in town, and I went to the Boardwalk to look around. The energy of the place was strong, and I couldn't help but get excited at all the lights and action going around everywhere. I felt like a little kid, going around to all the shops and watching the people on the rides that I wouldn't dare go on.
I wondered into a small video shop that was remotely empty, except what looked like the one employee, his dog, and one or two costumers. I looked around for a little while, but stopped when I felt someone watching. I turned and saw a boy standing in the corner. I hadn't even noticed him when I walked in. We stood there looking at eachother for a good minute until he finally spoke up.
"Wanna go for a walk?" He asked. I smiled.
"What's your name?" he asked coolly. He had a certain charm that captivated me right from the start. He lit a cigarette and paused to look at the beach. Surrounding us were different bonfires; kids our age partying and drinking. Celebrating for whatever reasons.
"Star," I answered, not looking at him. I didn't want him to see that I was attracted to him.
"Star's nice. I like it. I'm David."
"David's nice, I like David," I didn't mean to laugh when I said it, but I did. I bit my lip, knowing that I now probably looked like a giggly schoolgirl. He let out a slight laugh and turned to me, asking, "Do you wanna go for a ride?" I gave him a questioning look, so he pointed to his bike parked up above the beach. With it were 3 more bikes, all with other guys on them. They were all watching us, which made me even more nervous than I already was.
"I think I have to be getting home, actually.." I said, almost regretting it right after. He nodded, thinking for a bit.
"See you tomorrow?" He asked. Even if I had wanted to, I couldn't say no. Something was making me nod, and with that, he turned and walked away.
A/N: There's the first chapter! I don't know, I might re-type it later. It's kind of short, but that's all I can get out right now.