So sorry that it's been so long! I have had the busiest year so far! This was over half written for some amount of time but I hadn't really had time to finish it. (more from me at the end of this chapter.) BIG CLIFFHANGER AT THE END!

Disclaimer: I don't own Glee or PLL.

Ch. 26

Tina was so sick of this hospital. She was so sick of people worrying about her. Tina was positively sick of people thinking that she was crazy because of that woman that showed up. That girl in the red coat had been there!

"Hey again," Tina jumped when she heard a sweet voice drifting through the room. She knew that voice.

Tina's head snapped up, but she didn't see who she was expecting. Quite the opposite. She saw another girl standing there, one with dark hair and tan skin. This girl was in a candy striper's outfit. She was definitely not the girl she'd seen before. Maybe she was going crazy.

"Again? Have I ever met you before," Tina asked, sitting up.

"I've been in and out of your room through the past week," the girl told Tina. "I don't think you were ever awake though."

"I'm Mona," The girl extended her hand and after initial hesitation, Tina shook it.

"So how are you feeling?"

How could she answer that without sounding like a needy child? Her head still hurt, her throat was sore and, due to some of the medication that they had given her, she was always tired.

"I've been better," was the answer that Tina came up with.

"Oh sweetheart. It'll get better" Mona smiled sweetly. There was something a little off with this girl. She reminded Tina a little of the evil queen from Snow White. She seemed nice enough though.

Tina looked at the basket Mona was carrying with a curious expression. Mona, noticing this made a little sound of remembrance and reached into in, pulling out a pink card.

"I almost forgot, I had one of these for you as well. I make them for all the patients that I go see." Mona handed the card to Tina. "Here you go."

Tina smiled, "Thank-you."

Mona nodded and exited the room. Tina couldn't help but wonder how she had so much pep in her step. She was also wearing heels in the hospital. That was a little odd.

Deciding not to think about it anymore, Tina ripped open the card and chills ran down her spine. In almost identical curly letters her name was written. If that wasn't enough, the message written inside topped it all off.

You're not crazy.

Finn and Puck sat waiting for Mona to give them a ride home. They hadn't been able to find her the last block. They hypothesized that she had probably skipped class to go to the mall or something along those lines. That wouldn't be a huge shock.

Over the course of the day, Finn had noticed the changes in Puck's behavior. Puck was losing his edge and it worried Finn to no end. Sure, he may not be good with people or emotions and stuff, but, due to the fact that Puck hadn't made a move on a single girl that day, Finn had realized that something was wrong with his best friend.

"Dude, are you okay?" Finn asked as they edged on the half hour mark of sitting in front of the school.

Puck almost growled his response, "Fine. Why wouldn't I be?"

"You seem, I don't know, a little upset about something."

"Well I'm not okay!" Puck stood up and towered over his friend, who was still sitting down.

"Okay," Finn threw his hands up in defeat, "forget I said anything."

"Hey boys! Need a lift?" The pair looked up to see Hanna, Kurt and Blaine sitting in Hanna's car.

Puck was about to say no when Finn answered yes for the pair. Since Puck didn't really feel like being alone, he nodded along and the two entered the vehicle, squishing Blaine into the middle seat.

Kurt chuckled as he looked back at his boyfriend who was giving him a pleading look. He blew Blaine a kiss which caused Puck and Finn to exchange looks. Hanna caught their look in the rear-view mirror causing her to smile and giggle. This made Puck and Finn even more confused.

"She knows," Blaine filled in the boys on either side of him.

Both boys nodded and Puck asked the obvious question; "So who won the bet?"

"No one," Blaine answered.

"Not yet at least," Kurt clarified. "We decided that Hanna doesn't really count."

Hanna decided to change the subject. "So, what's the reason you two were sitting around in front of the school? Aren't you two like Mona's new toys?"

Puck shook his head, "Yeah, well, that bitch forgot both of us today. And she doesn't own us. I hardly even like the girl."

"Watch what you say," Hanna warned. "She still is a friend of mine." Hanna handed off her cell phone to Kurt. "Text her for me and tell her she can pick your friends up from my house."

Kurt did as she asked before handing her back the phone and going to stare out the window. Puck could tell the guy looked distant, even from where he sat. He looked a lot like Puck felt, minus the anxiousness. He looked to Blaine and saw that he looked as if he hadn't slept very well in some time.

The whole car ride was fairly silent. By the time they got to Hanna's house less than a dozen more words had been spoken. Finn was a little weirded out by it. He wasn't going to ask though. He wondered if maybe Kurt and Blaine were in a fight, but then again, they hadn't seemed to be very angry at each other. They seemed fairly close still when Puck and him had entered the car. Maybe he needed to talk to his step-brother about it. He thought about that for a minute and decided against it because Kurt probably didn't want to talk and when Kurt didn't want to talk, he didn't want to talk.

"Home sweet home," Hanna said with a smile as they walked through the door. "Make yourself comfortable in the living room while we wait for Mona."

"Actually, can you tell me where the washroom is?" Puck asked.

"There's one just down the hall," Hanna answered.

Puck nodded and went to find the bathroom. As he was washing his hands he noticed a red envelope sitting in the trash. On the front was Blaine's name in curly writing. Despite the fact he knew he shouldn't read it, curiosity got the better of him. He soon discovered that the letter wasn't at all what he'd expected. He clenched his fists as he finished the last sentence. He needed to talk to him.

"Where's Blaine?" Puck asked as he stalked out of the bathroom.

"He went for a walk," Kurt replied in an icy tone. "What do you need him for?"

"I need to talk to him. Now!"


"Hey Blainey. Did you think it over?" Blaine stood face to face with a person clothed in all black. He smiled slightly as he lips formed his answer.


A/N: Okay so again, I'm sorry for the wait, but hopefully it was partly worth it! Please review, I want to know if you guys are still reading! Next chapter (so far) is Quinn and Rachel. Here's a short preview:

"You're delusional," Quinn scoffed.

"No, I'm driven."

When the two of them were about to start getting at each other's throats, the lights flickered, causing them to jump. They then heard footsteps coming from downstairs. The pair looked to each other, realizing that no one was supposed to be home until later that night.

Anyway, please review and follow/favourite if you haven't. Hopefully I'll be able to update this sooner and more regularly. I'm really going to try for you guys!