I can't believe its been four whole years since I've seen my best friend, Eddie Duran. Most girls would kill t even see him. But not me. To me he's just plain old Eddie who lives down the street…well, used to anyways. Ever since he got all famous, he hasn't been around as much…I miss him sooo much. So much it's scary. It's kinda funny when you think about it though; when we were kids, even though his parents were rock star legends Max and Katy Duran, he would always miss out on their tours and concerts just to hang out with Ian, Mel, and I. Now, it seems like he's filling in their shoes.
I was interrupted from my thoughts when Mel came into my room.
Mel: Daydreaming about Eddie again I see. *devious smirk*
Loren: Mel, stop it. I've told you a million times, I don't like Eddie!
And I meant….I think I did…
Mel: And I've told you a million times, you're lying!
She walked over to my laptop and after a minute or two she turned around with a shocked look on her face.
Loren: What is it?
When I saw Eddie's name on the screen, my stomach did this weird flippy thing; that's never happened before.
The article read:
Rock star idol, Eddie Duran, is finally coming home to L.A.! He decided he was going to end his tour early but to do one last concert at the Avalon.
He stated: "I can't stand being away from home for one minute more. The tour was great and I love my fans, but there's someone back home I just can't wait to see. I hope you guys understand…"
Whoever this is, they must have quite the hold on him…
Mel: OMG! He's talking about you!
Loren: Whoa, slow down! How do you know he's talking about me? He could be talking about anybody.
Mel: Like who?
Loren: His dad?
Mel: Loren Tate, if you don't stop doubting yourself I will knock you into next Tuesday.
I put my hands up in surrender.
Mel: Now, his concert his is in one week…and we're going
Mel: We are going and I don't care what you have to say about it. It's not like you weren't going to see him anyways. He was prob-
Mel was interrupted by the ringing of my phone. I didn't recognize the number but reluctantly I answered the phone.
Person: Hey, Loren!
Loren: Who is this?
Person: This is Eddie.
I didn't know what to say. So, I stood there looking like an idiot.