A/N: After an extremely long wait, I finally am updating this story. I hope
that you enjoy it.
A couple of people reviewed, and mentioned how they wanted Aaron and Morgan
to not be related. I am considering this, but as of now Morgan and Aaron
are still related. I mean, this is supposed to be an incest fic....
*Warning, aside from this being an incest fanfic, this is also one of my
infamous "Filler Chapter". That means that this chapter was written to help
develop the plot, and is not that exciting...You have been warned....*
A Forbidden Love
Chapter Three: A Lost Girl
Morgan continued to stare into space. She felt as if her whole world was
collapsing around her, and everything that she had known for so long was
She no longer knew who she could trust; for Aaron....was so different.
"Morgan!" she gasped, and clutched at her heart. She opened her eyes, and
was met with her best friend's piercing green eyes. She shivered under the
open scrutiny that she was receiving.
She had met Chloe back in fifth grade when Chloe had transferred to her
school. They had instantly hit it off, finding that they had so much in
common. Over the years they had their ups and downs, but ultimately they
had remained the best of friends. She knew that she could tell Chloe
anything, but still...
How do you tell your best friend that you nearly kissed your brother? She
could just imagine the look that Chloe would give her, and she was pretty
sure that Chloe would leave her all alone. Aside from Chloe and Aaron, she
only had a few scattered friends....she wouldn't be able to survive without
Morgan blinked away her tears, and lifted her head up once again. "Yes?"
she croaked, feeling her face flush at her abnormal behavior.
Chloe sighed and ran her hand distractedly through her short cropped brown
hair. "What is up with you? In all my years of knowing you, you have never
once day dreamed before. Are you okay, I mean, it looked like you and Aaron
Chloe was cut off by the bus stopping in front of Grayville High. She
quickly jumped up, and ran down the steps, glad to be away from the
claustrophobic bus. She turned around and waited impatiently for Chloe to
catch up with her.
Chloe did, and the earlier conversation was forgotten, as the two friends
walked into the looming doors.
Throughout the day, Morgan found herself loosing focus, and day dreaming
about what had nearly happened with her brother. It seemed that no matter
what she did, Aaron was never far away from her mind. She was constantly
yelled at by her teachers, and was nearly sent down to the office for not
Morgan was also aware of Chloe watching her, obviously curious about her
state of mind. She knew that Chloe had a reason to worry, Chloe had never
seen her so distracted before, and she knew that it must be worrying her
beyond all belief.
Yet, it was not her fault. She had nearly been kissed by her brother! She
was so confused, and she had no idea what she should do about the whole
situation. Should she tell Chloe, or keep this gigantic secret to herself?
And if she did tell Chloe, what would the consequences be?
Finally it was lunch time, and after a horrible Science class in which she
had to work with Jeremy and his new snotty girlfriend, she was more than
willing to relax with her best friend.
She walked to the table that she always shared with Chloe, and looked at
the Vegan meal that Chloe was eating. Though she tried very hard, she could
not hide her disgust at the meal.
Chloe laughed and shook her head, raising her eyebrow at the meal that
Morgan was eating. "Is that a hamburger?" she asked, sounding pretty snotty
Morgan laughed and shrugged her shoulders. "I think so,"
Chloe motioned to the celery sticks that she was contently munching on. "At
least I know where my food came from, and what it is. That is more than I
can say for you."
Morgan laughed, and picked up the brown soggy mess that passed as a
hamburger. She hesitated before taking a small bite, which she promptly
spat out. Chloe laughed, and once again motioned to the celery stick in her
"Don't bash it, until you try it." Morgan just sighed and shook her head.
Chloe reached across the table, and grabbed Morgan's hand.
"Hey, are you okay?" she asked. "You've been out of it all day, Mor. Did
Jeremy say anything to you?"
Morgan looked down at the table, and slowly shook her head. She kept her
face down to the table, and mumbled, "Nothing more than usual. I'm okay,
Chloe simply shook her head, and waited until Morgan reluctantly raised her
head. Morgan sighed, and met Chloe's eyes, and was surprised to find
genuine worry in them. This only made Morgan feel guilty, because of her
Chloe was needlessly worrying.
"Morgan, why can't you tell me what Jeremy said to you? Do you not trust me
or something?" Chloe asked her, and Morgan frowned when she heard the hurt
in her best friend's voice.
"No...it's not that, Chloe! I do trust you, it's just that today's been a
very strange day. I don't know what to do anymore!" she cried, bitterly
wiping away the tears that were beginning to cloud her eyes.
Chloe gave Morgan a quick hug, and when she sat down across from Morgan,
Chloe weakly smiled. "Than, please, tell me what is bothering you! If it's
not Jeremy, than does it have something to do with Aaron?"
Morgan looked down, a blush beginning to stain her cheeks. Chloe laughed,
and shook her fist triumphantly, obviously pleased with how astute she was.
"I don't want to talk about it, Chloe." she whispered.
Chloe froze, and fixed her with a sharp stare. Morgan flinched, but held
herself in check. She was not going to tell Chloe anything; she needed to
figure this out for herself before she could talk about it.
"What?! Why can't you tell me Morgan? I thought that you trusted me!" Chloe
cried, this time the hurt more clear in her shrill tone.
"I just don't, God! Can't you please drop it!" Morgan cried, her face
rapidly becoming flushed with anger.
Chloe stood up, and cried out, "God, Morgan! I tell you everything! I'm
supposed to be your bestfriend, but you can't tell me what his bothering
you! What kind of friendship is that?!"
Morgan was now beyond angry. How could Chloe say something like that to
her? She had been Chloe's friend for years, and friends were not supposed
to hurt each other!
"Chloe, it's just one little secret! I just need to think about it for a
little while, and than I will tell you. I promise." Morgan said, trying to
make Chloe understand, but she knew that she was failing miserably. She
could tell by the way Chloe was refusing to meet her eyes.
"Fine, Morgan. Be that way. When you want to talk, you know where to find
me." And before Morgan could say anything, Chloe turned on her heel, and
disappeared into the crowd of student's walking around.
Morgan fell onto the bench with a low moan of disappointment. She had no
idea what was wrong with her, why was she pushing her best friend away? It
wasn't like she wanted to hide anything from Chloe.
But still, for some reason it felt wrong to tell Chloe about what had
nearly happened with Aaron. It was wrong, like it was her own private
moment, almost akin to a private daydream. Except it wasn't a daydream, it
Morgan sat there just thinking, about anything and everything. She thought
about her past experiences, about past fights with Chloe, and moments with
Aaron. And throughout her memories, Aaron was always there in the back of
her mind. It seemed that no matter what, Aaron was there.
And as she finally wrapped up her thinking, Morgan realized one thing. She
The bell rang for the last period of the day, but Morgan did not hear.
She was going home to confront Aaron, and figure out was going on between
End of chapter: A Lost Girl
Next Chapter: Coming to Their Senses
A/N: That was not the best chapter that I have ever written. Sorry that it
was kind of sucked, but that was one of my infamous "filler chapters". I
will update as soon as I can, and get to the good stuff.
Please review, and I will get the next chapter up as soon as possible!
3+ Reviews and I will continue!