Okay I know I said I would update a long time ago, but as you know, that didn't happen. I have had MAJOR writer's block with this story. This chapter is short and not very well written. I know I didn't change the other chapters like I said I would, but when I looked back on them I didn't see any way to change them that I would like. I know they are sorta out of character but I'm not Melissa Mar, nor have I ever claimed to be her. So I hope you like this chapter (even though it stinks) and continue reading.
"Did I ever tell you that unlike most of the world's population I actually like school?" Aislinn wondered. She glanced behind her to see if they werebeing followed.
"No you didn't. Mind if I ask why?" Seth asked. Aislinn may be his best friend, but in his opinion sometimes she could be a little crazy.
"Well, I mean I don't really like the school work and the teachers can be a drag sometimes, but for eight hours of the day I get to hang out with my friends in a," She leaned closer to him so she could whisper in his ear. "Faery free environment." While Seth still wasn't completely sure on the whole 'liking school' thing he did understand, or at least to the best of his abilities he did, seeing as he couldn't actually see the fay.
"I guess that's good since that's were your going now. But I can also see where that might be a bad thing." It was Aislinn's turn to be puzzled now.
"Why would it be a bad thing?"
"Because it means you won't be able to see that boy you have a crush on."
"Oh." Aislinn replied dejectedly while glancing behind her once more. "You never did finish telling me about that girl you met the other day." She needed a subject change fast before all of those thoughts that she pushed away just yesterday made their way back into her mind. Seth smiled one of those cheesy I'm Helplessly in Love smiles.
"Yeah I never did. You sure you want to hear?"
"Okay well sorry to disappoint, but there's not much to tell." Sadly, he added in his head. "I only met her once and we didn't get to talk for long. The only things that I know for a fact are that she lives on the outskirts of the city, her name is Donia, She is really hot, and I really want to meet her again. I've looked for her everywhere and even asked around to see if anyone else had seen her, but it's like see never existed."
"Oh I'm sorry. That must really suck. I'm sure you'll see here again somewhere since she said she lives on the outskirts. She's bound to come back into town sometime right?" Aislinn tried in a desperate struggle to cheer her friend up.
"Yeah I'm sure you right," Seth mumbled. "She'll have to come to...town…again." Aislinn glanced worriedly at her friend and was surprised to see him staring at one of the faery that had been following her. Only the faery was in a glamour and there was no sign of her wolf companion anywhere.
"Is that the girl you've been talking about?" Aislinn asked. She glanced around a third time to see if there were more of them.
"Yeah that's her," Seth replied, already walking towards the faery.
"Seth you'd better be careful," Aislinn called after her friend. "She's not who you think she is."
Aislinn hurriedly grabbed her books from her locker trying not to be late for first period. She slid into her seat beside her best friend at school just as the bell rang and the teacher walked in. She was so caught up in day dreaming about the faery boy that she didn't realize the teacher was talking to her until her friend elbowed her. "Yes." Aislinn replied hoping that yes was the right answer to the question.
"Splendid! Well then Mr. Keenan I leave you in the capable hands of Ms. Aislinn. Please take your seat." Aislinn finally noticed that Keenan a.k.a Faery boy was walking towards her. Oh shoot! What am I supposed to do now? Aislinn started to panic.
"So I guess we'll be spending a lot of time together since your showing me around school," Keenan spoke making butterflies go off in Aislinn's stomach.
"Yeah I guess so."
Seth walked quickly across the street leaving Aislinn to walk herself to school. Aislinn was a tough girl and he knew she could handle herself so he wasn't worried. He wasn't sure what she meant about the whole 'she's not what she appears' thing but he would worry about that later. For now he was going to focus on the girl in front of him and finding out more about her.
"I haven't seen you in awhile," Seth said casually as he stood in front of Donia.
"Yeah sorry about that. I've been busy. You know how life is." Seth laughed. Yeah he did know a little thing or two about life. "Well I was just headed to the Library. Wanna come?" Donia offered.
"Good because I've got some things to tell you." Seth walked with Donia two blocks down Fifth Avenue to the library. Once inside Donia grabbed his hand and pulled them over to an empty section. "It might be best if you sit down." Seth was confused but sat down like she asked. "Your friend was right when she said I'm not what I appear. I don't know if she has told you about fay or not, but before we go any farther I think there is something you should know," Donia took a deep breath. "I'm a faery, too."
Like I said before, it's short, horribly written, and even more out of character than before. I'll try to update as soon as I can, but I don't know when that will be. Unlike most of the stories I write, I don't know where I'm going with this or what will happen next, I just write/type whatever comes to me and right now not much is coming. Hope you all will forgive me. I'm going to do my best to update next week but no promises.