Hello faithful readers, I return after a short absence of writing to bring you the sequel to So Far So Great, Or Not. This one's a little different; it's written from Sonny's perspective, although that will change for one small section of the story later on. Hope you like it and please review :)

Btw I do not own SWAC.

The wedding was a secret. Only our closest friends were there, which included Tawni, Nico, Grady, and Zora. They were happy for us, even if they didn't think it was the best idea. I wasn't even sure if it was. Scratch that. I wasn't sure if Chad leaving a week after was. I looked down at the silver wedding band on my finger, marveling at how beautiful it looked against my white skirt, and remembered the promise ring that Chad had given to me three years ago which now resided on my right hand. Back then I wouldn't have thought marriage would have so come so soon, when I was just barely nineteen and he was only two months past his twenty-first birthday.

"Chad, do you have to go?" I asked for the sixth time, looking up at him. I instantly lost myself in his sparkling blue eyes, still unable to believe that they were forever mine.

Chad sighed and brushed my bangs out of my eyes. My skin tingled with warmth where his fingers touched it, and I immediately forgot everything, even the limo we were riding in. "We've already been over this, Sonny. I have to go to England. South of Cambridge is going to be the biggest blockbuster of the year. I can't miss this opportunity."

"But why do you have to be gone for six months?"

"Now don't start that, Sonny," Chad said, seeing my pout. That expression, which he affectionately referred to as my stupid-cute face, always got him. "Won't you reconsider coming with me?"

"I already told you, So Random! can't spare me right now. You know Marshall. If he could make something happen where I could go he would, but this is our most important season."

"Yeah, I know." Chad sighed again. Gone were the days when he and I worked right across the lot from each other. Mackenzie Falls had bombed ages ago. I guess the public saw Portlyn's stepfather come back from the dead one time too many. Ever since then Chad had been acting in movies, which he was much better at. I was proud of him; I really was. I just didn't want to lose him to South of Cambridge for half a year.

"I'm going to miss you," I said softly, intertwining my fingers with his.

"Hey, we still have a week together. Let's try to make the most of it," Chad said, kissing me. Right then I began to think of all the ways we could 'make the most of it' and smiled. "You know, I remember when I first saw you in that silly waitress costume. That was the moment I fell in love with you, I think," Chad whispered in my ear.

I laughed. "Yeah, definitely not a moment when I was looking my best."

"You look beautiful no matter what you have on."

I giggled as his breath tickled my ear, and I couldn't help thinking that I was the luckiest girl in the world.

Chapter two coming soon :)