Hey Guys! Ok soo I've been writing this story for a couple weeks now, and I think I've come pretty far. I've yet to see anyone with a story line like this. I'm only gonna say this once, but I don't own Sister's Grimm, yada yada yada. OK so I proudly present to you, LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
"These next tests require cooperation. Consequently, they have never been solved by a human. That's where you come in. You don't know pride. You don't know fear. You don't know anything. You'll be perfect."
Sabrina Grimm sat by her window and watched the rain pour down outside. She hated the rain. She always had. It reminded her of that day. The day her parents had been taken. Knock knock knock! Her thoughts were interrupted by the realization that a visitor had arrived.
"I'll get it!" Daphne shouted from downstairs. Sabrina smiled, despite herself. Daphne could brighten almost anyone's spirits. Moments later, Sabrina heard quiet chatter from downstairs. She ran down the steps, seeing something unexpected. A girl about her age sat in the living room, surrounded by Sabrina's entire family. The girl had short brown hair and green eyes. Freckles grazed her cheeks. She seemed confused from all the questions being thrown at her.
"What's going on in here?" Sabrina asked, grabbing the attention of her family members.
"Well..." Uncle Jake started, "This young lady showed up at our door step. Apparently she doesn't remember anyone or anything from her past."
"What is your name sweetheart?" Granny Relda asked the girl kindly.
"Nadeen." The girl responded quietly.
"So lemme get this straight." Puck said, leaning back on the couch and kicking up his feet. "You don't remember anything-where your live, your parents, nothing. So you come knockin' on our door, out of all the places in the world?"
"Yes." Nadeen said quickly. "It was strange. I woke up behind a park bench, unable to remember anything besides my name- Nadeen Wilson. I walked for a while until I came to this house and I felt... I felt like something was pulling me here, drawing me to this home. So, I knocked." She concluded.
"Oh." Was Puck's brilliant response.
"Well your welcome to stay here with us, but it's a bit crowded." Veronica Grimm said kindly.
"Oh thank you!" Nadeen gushed. "I would greatly appreciate that."
Granny smiled. "You can use the guest bedroom upstairs, next to Sabrina's. Sabrina, why don't you show our new guest to her room?"
"Sure." Was all Sabrina said as she led Nadeen upstairs and to her room. Once she reached the top of the steps, Sabrina walked down the hallway and to a closed door, which she opened. She hit the light switch and allowed room for Nadeen to walk in. "This is your bedroom. Dinner should be ready shortly." Sabrina stated before leaving Nadeen alone in her room.
"So..." Puck said slowly.
"So?" Sabrina asked, raising an eyebrow. She was seated on the living room couch with Puck and Daphne.
"What do you think of that Nadeen chic?" He asked.
"She's alright..." Sabrina said slowly. "She seems quiet. Too quiet. People like that usually have something they want to hide."
"Oh c'mon Sabrina, really?" Daphne exclaimed. "You'll be the first person to judge someone negatively after you've known them for an hour."
"Well usually my judgement about people is correct. I'm telling you, somethings up with Nadeen, and I'm gonna figure it out." Sabrina said quietly before walking out of the room.
"What's up with Grimm?" Puck asked.
"I don't know... But of course you'd care." Daphne said slyly.
"Hey." Puck said, blushing slightly. "If Grimm's in a sour mood, I don't get her leftovers at dinner."
"Sure. That's why ya care." Daphne said, shaking her head.
Dinner that night was quiet. Everyone was sitting at the table, including Nadeen. This is how the night pretty much went:
Granny: (asks Nadeen a question)
Nadeen: Answers question
Daphne: "Did you know that dog's tongues are cleaner than people's?"
After ten more minutes of utter silence and Daphne sharing with the group that millions of mite crawl around on your pillow while you sleep, Puck stood up and cleared his throat, all eyes now on him.
"Well, not that this isn't fun, but I must be going." This comment earned a giggle from Sabrina, making Puck smile. Nadeen saw this and looked down at her purple spaghetti. Once dinner was over and Sabrina was in her room, a quiet knock was heard at her door.
"Who is it?" Sabrina asked.
"Nadeen. Can we talk?"
"Sure." Sabrina said, sounding confused.
"So...What's going on with you and Puck?" She asked, playing with the hem of her shirt.
"What do you mean...?" Sabrina asked, now completely listening.
"Well... It seems like you guys like each other."
"Me and Puck?" Sabrina almost choked. "W-what?" Nope. Nada. Sorry."
"Oh. Okay. So you wouldn't mind if I took a shot with him?" Nadeen asked innocently. Sabrina stumbled at this.
"Great!" Nadeen said smiling genuinely before leaving Sabrina's room and closing the door behind her. Sabrina just stared at the door, dumbfounded.
"It's not like Nadeen will ever have a chance with him anyway. She's so not his type." Sabrina said aloud.
Then what is his type?
That's easy. I'm his type. NO! I did NOT just think that!
Uh, yea you did.
Sabrina lay in her bed and slowly started drifting to sleep. Heh, that's funny. Sabrina thought to herself. 'I could've sworn Nadeen's eyes were green, not red.' And then she was asleep.
I'm sorry I know the beginning was confusing but you'll get it in the next few chapters. Oh! And Puck/Sabrina/Nadeen are 15, Daphne and Red are 12. Don't forget to review! (:
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