Wheeee! New story!

This first chapter, and probably the next one, are kind of awkward because it's... basically kind of like a prologue... kind of... I don't know, it was just awkward for me to write... and things in here may leave you confused, but it's supposed to do that, questions don't get answered until later chapters.

And yes, I added a new character... two new characters actually, but only one is actually in the WHOLE story. But don't worry, I added them for a reason, they are VERY important. Like I said in other stories, I wouldn't just add a new character for no reason...

So read on

Chapter One

I'm tired of writing the same old song

'Cause there's no way out, there's no way out

'Till you let me in

Sam looked out the window at the familiar scenery, even if it was a blur as it passed her. She's been longing to come back here ever since they moved in the first place, but now it just felt... different. Could it be she's been away for so long? She didn't know. But Amity Park did not carry the same vibe to her as it did before.

She sighed and leaned back in the car seat. Her mother and father had gotten divorced, her mother remarried and moved in with the new hubby, forcing Sam to leave her home, only for her mother to get divorced, again, and move back to Amity Park. Well, no one knew why Pam had gotten divorced again, except for her, Sam, and her step brother Mason, who was moving back with them, and she planned on keeping it a secret; no one had to know.

The car stopped in front of their house, the same house they've had since they first moved to Amity Park. When they left Amity Park, Sam's grandmother kept the house, and a good thing to. They would be coming back to nothing if she hadn't.

"We're here." Pam said as she parked the car in the drive way.

"I know Mom. I have eyes, I can see." Sam retorted. Pam gave her a look but got out of the car anyway. Sam's behavior lately has been unacceptable, but Pam let it go considering what she's been through in the last couple of months. Sam looked behind her in the backseat where Mason was. "Home sweet home." She said. Mason leaned forward, examining the house.

"It looks like Barbie's giant mansion grew and came to life." He said. Mason has been Sam's best friend ever since she met him, despite the fact that he was her step brother. He was the same age as her, but a little bit older, and had light brown eyes and brown hair, but always wore a blue hat or beanie over it. They've been attached to each other's hip ever since Sam and Pam moved in with Mason and his dad. He always tried his best to protect her and help her and be there for her. Apparently, his best wasn't good enough.

"I'll take that as a compliment." Sam said as she unbuckled herself and got out of the car. This was Mason's first time actually seeing the house in person, besides the time he helped them fill up the moving truck with all their clothes and items they needed when they were first moving in with him. "Mason! Stop fooling around and help us move this crap into the house!" Sam yelled from outside the car. He got out of the car and took as much stuff from the trunk as he could and followed Sam inside the house. They placed everything in the living room before going back to the car. But as Mason went out the door, he saw a certain picture sitting on top of one of the corner tables. He picked it up and looked at it. It was a picture from a while ago, when Sam was about fourteen. In the picture with her were two boys her age, one with black hair and blue eyes, one with blue eyes and dark brown hair, covered by a red Barrett. Sam came in as he held the picture.

"What are you doing?" She asked. He pointed to the boy with black hair and blue eyes.

"This one's Danny, right?" He asked. She crossed her arms and nodded. Mason scoffed and put the picture down. "What an ass."

"Hey, you don't even know him." She defended.

"I don't have to. Once you move away, your so called 'best friend' doesn't even keep in contact with you? That's an ass move." He now crossed his arms and leaned forward towards her. "And that broke your heart."

"Shut up."

"So, you're not denying it?"

"Mom! Mason's hysterical!" She shouted out to her. Pam said nothing but rolled her eyes as she walked past them and out the door to retrieve more of their belongings. Sam left and went upstairs to her room, the one she hadn't been in for months. She walked inside to see nothing had changed since she last saw it, which meant her old books, posters and pictures were still here. She went over to her dresser and picked up a picture. It was another one of her, Danny and Tucker when they were fifteen. That was one year ago, and a lot of things had happened within this one year. Before Sam had left, she was so sure that her and Danny were just a move away of being together. Then when she moved, Danny didn't even make an effort to keep in touch, even Tucker did, and they would talk to each other occasionally, but not as much as she wanted to.

She heard a knock at the door and turned around to see Mason in the doorway. He went over to her and took the picture, placing it back on top of her dresser.

"Don't worry, you'll see them in school... If they remember your name." He added harshly as he left her room. She had almost forgotten that she'd see them again once she started to attend Casper High once more. As much as she wanted to see them, she also didn't want to see them. Especially Danny. Because even though she pretended like she didn't care, she knew Mason was right.

He broke her heart.

Confused? Most likely. Don't worry, you'll get what's going on soon. I personally like books or stories that leave you with questions because it keeps me reading... Well, that's just my opinion...

I don't know if I'm going to continue this... so leave your opinion if I should in a review please :D THANK YOU