|Full Moon Magic
Author: stuckbeingrachel PM
Alexis Monroe and her friends in Cold Stone go through some strange things when a biker bang, The Grey Wolves, make camp in the town's forest. A new student. A new love. Relationships torn apart. What will happen? Read & Review! T, cuz I'm a teen. *ON HOLD*Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Fantasy - Chapters: 10 - Words: 17,060 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 4 - Updated: 06-05-12 - Published: 05-13-12 - id: 3022220
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The New Kid
"You know what you need?" Jessica asked while setting her yellow book bag on her desk at the front of the class. She sat down and turned the two girls on her right. Couri looked down at her notebook and began to doodle, bored out of her mind while Lexi rolled her eyes. She has heard this speech a million times since Jessica started dating Nick. "A boyfriend." the green eyed girl finished.
"Really? I hadn't noticed." Lexi murmured.
"Maybe Jay can set you up with someone from the football team."
"No, no way am I dating a football player…again." Lexi retorted.
"Oh right…" Jessica muttered and turned towards the front of the class.
Class would not start for a few minutes so they just sat there, different things going through each of their minds.
The class room door opened a few moments later and the class looked up expecting to see the teacher. Instead of their pretty, blonde teacher a boy with black hair entered. He had a black leather jacket and a black t-shirt underneath, dark ripped jeans and black biker boots were on his feet. He looked around the class room for a moment with his brown eyes before spotting a empty seat in the back of the room. On the way to the back he took off his jacket revealing that his shirt was very tight and showed off every muscle. Some girls swooned and the guys rolled their eyes.
Lexi rolled her eyes, she hated when guys thought they were all that just because he had a good body. Couri also rolled her eyes, girls being all lovey-dovey and giggly over a guy made her sick. Jessica was little star struck, she loved guys with great bodies, she would put Twilight on just to pause the movie when Taylor Lautner was shirtless. Otherwise, she hated the series. She didn't believe in such things and thought the plot was stupid. Lexi and Couri both agreed with her, another reason why the three were best friends.
"Alright class." Miss Gray sang as she entered the room, closing the door quietly. Her name did not resemble her, she wore a bright blue dress with yellow and pink flowers in her long blonde braided hair. She had yellow wedges that clicked against the black and white tile and a white jean jacket around her shoulders. She was Jessica's favorite teacher, and also everyone else's. She was fun but firm and was always in a good mood. She was only twenty-one when she decided to teach history and that was a great choice.
"We have a new student." she announced. "Cole Blackwell." she motioned to the back to where the boy in the black sat. To Lexi he looked sort of embarrassed by all the attention but tried not to show it. A few people mumbled 'hellos' and 'welcomes' before turning back to the teacher. This was really the only class anyone paid attention in.
Lexi, Couri and Jessica were linked by the arms as they walked down the hallway to their lockers, which were by each other's. Jessica had squealed the day they got them and started chanting 'locker besties, locker besties' which had annoyed Couri very much.
The girls were tightly knit but they weren't cliquey, they always invited people to join their group if they were new since all the other students had their own groups. When Lexi had been dating Kurt and Couri with Jay, while Jessica and Nick were still single the six would hang out together all the time. Soon the separate six had become a sixsome and were always together. Until Kurt had broken Lexi's heart and left the group soon after leaving them at an odd number.
"What do you think of the new kid?" Couri asked twisting the lock while reciting the combination in her head.
Lexi looked over to Cole's locker where he stood reading a book. She couldn't see the title but he looked very engrossed in it. "I think he seems nice." she said tearing her gaze from him and focused on her friends.
"We don't even know him yet. I'm not going to judge until I know more." Jessica stated. She was always like that, she wanted to make sure someone was worth her time before judging them and deciding how she should act towards them.
"Well, well, well," said a voice behind them. It was evil yet sickeningly sweet. "If it isn't the three mustcateers."
The three turned slowly to the girl who possessed the voice. Sadie McBride, her bleached blonde hair was straight and her grayish blue eyes bore through them. She wore too much make up and her freckled nose was small. Smaller than it was in sixth grade. She had gotten a nose job when she turned seventeen, something that she always bugged her dad about and the girls knew it. She wore her green, gray and white cheerleader uniform and white designer tennis shoes. She was popular and pretty, she could be overly sweet and really mean. Her hair gave her a ditsy look, which described her perfectly. She had flunked seventh grade and never tried hard in school. Her father was rich and could sue the school if they expelled her, so she did what she wanted, when she wanted.
"What do you want Sadie?" Couri asked coldly.
Sadie shot her a look and then smiled widely again, showing her toothpaste-comercial worthy smile. "I'm handing out flyers to for the Winter Formal."
"We've seen the posters." Lexi told her pointing to a big bright pink poster on the wall. The day it was hung up Couri had complained for ten minutes of how it was way to pink. Shockingly Jessica had agreed, she loved pink, but that poster crossed the line.
"Well not everyone has seen it." she retorted sweetly. "I'm hoping everyone will attend."
Couri rolled her eyes at her sweet tone. Sadie was an evil girl, she could ruin your life in an instant if she had her phone. She would spread one stupid, untrue rumor, the whole school would go berserk and you would be humiliated.
She handed them a few fliers. "Hope you can come." she squealed.
"Oh, we'll be there," Couri replied just as sweetly and just as forced. "Gertrude."
Sadie gasped a rich girl gasp and put the tips of her perfectly manicured fingers to her chin in shock.
"Yeah, that's right, I know your real name." Couri sneered before crumbling the paper, throwing it in the trash and turning back to her locker.
Sadie shot a glare at the back of her head, stuck her nose up in the air and continued down the corridor.
Jessica sighed and turned to her brightly colored locker and began to check her hair in the small blue mirror that hung on the door.
Lexi watched as Sadie strutted up to Cole and batted her eyelashes. She began talking to him in a flirty tone and would flip her hair every so often. She handed him the flier and smiled sweetly at him while she touched his arm gently. He looked down at the paper and jumped slightly as she touched his upper arm.
"Toodles." she giggled, blowing him a kiss and strolled back down the hall.
"She irks me." Couri muttered bitterly.
Cole looked slightly embarrassed and very unimpressed. He crumbled the paper and walked over to a trashcan and threw it in gently. Lexi didn't expect him to do that. She thought he would be like most of the other guys at the school who would throw the paper at the barrel, miss and not pick it up, leaving it for the eighty year old janitor to clean it up.
She was ripped from her thoughts when a locker slammed. She looked to the cause of the noise and saw Jessica and Couri waiting for her patiently.
Lexi grabbed the book for next period quickly and shut her locker. She linked arms with Jessica while Couri stood on the other side and they made their way down the hallway.
The ref blew the whistle, signaling half time. The full moon shown above the football field and the bright stars danced around it. Sadie was cheering loudly for the team with her clique of snotty girls to the side of the field. Sadie didn't know gymnastics and didn't even do the splits. How she got on the squad and got to be cheercaptian was still a mystery to everyone. Couri had gone down to the field to coach Jay and tell him he was doing well.
The Wolves were eight points ahead but the Rattlesnakes were tricky, they could make Cold Stone's team slip up easily. Jay looked worn out, from where Lexi was seated, and a bit discouraged. He didn't like losing but wasn't a sore loser either. Jay looked down at the grass and took a sip of his water. Half time was almost up and he still needed more energy. Couri looked up at the night sky and mumbled under breath before grabbing Jay's face and giving him a kiss, full on the lips.
When she pulled away his eyes were wide and a smile grew on his face, that seemed to have woken him up. He ran out into the field and into the huddle of his team. Couri climbed the bleachers. She blushed lightly when she saw Jessica and Lexi looking at her with their eyebrows raised.
She didn't like public displays of affection and tried to keep from kissing him in public as much as possible.
"What? He needed motivation, and I gave it to him." she shrugged.
"Alright, okay," Jessica mumbled and turned towards the field.
The guests of the night cheered as the Rattlesnakes made a touchdown. Everyone of Cold Stone sighed, the score was one away from being tied and the Wolves needed a touchdown to win.
The players lined up at the forty yard line. Gary Morgan hiked the ball and Jay caught the ball, he threw the ball over the players and Mark Rainer caught it. Mark ran with all his strength to get to the end zone. The audience held their breath, everyone was quiet as the ball traveled down the field. The opponents raced forward and reach out to tackle Mark, who threw the ball at the last second to Jay who was waiting at the end of the field with open arms. The Rattlesnakes players looked over, beyond confused and watched in shock as Jay scored. The buzzer sounded and the Cold Stone High attenders cheered and whooped. They ran into the field to congragulate the players as the other team sulked while their coach practically cried.
The Rattlesnakes were known to confuse their opposing team, but tonight they were outsmarted for the first time in three years.
"Yeah!" the five cheered as they clanked their coffee mugs together. They sat in the Coffee House, a small shop on the corner of Main Street where they always hung out. It was their place.
"Congrats, Jay! You're going to regionals!" Nick applauded.
Jay smiled, "Hey, thanks guys. But, I couldn't have done it without Couri's lips." he smirked.
Couri blushed again and took a sip of her latte.
"I'm just kidding, babe." he gave her a side hug and turned to the others.
"Oh, yeah, it's alright." she sang. "You know, it was pretty cute watching you dance around the field like a ballarina."
Their friends rolled their eyes at their playful banter and laughed.
"Ha, ha." he retorted.
She kissed him on the cheek quickly as an apology and rolled her eyes when Lexi and Jessica awed in front of them. They could be such girls.
"That pass was awesome, Jay." Lexi gushed. "I didn't expect you too run to the end so Mark could throw the ball to you."
"Yeah, he came up with that last minute." he replied.
"And no one saw you, even the auddiance, the Rattlesnakes freaked out when they saw you!" Jessica informed him.
"The looks on their faces were pretty funny." Couri chimed in.
They all sighed and pictured the players faces once more before cracking up.
A howl shattered through the concealing brush. The pack of grey wolves ran, fast, following their next victim closely, hunger in their evil eyes. The prey tripped on a fallen branch and grunted as he fell into the cold, pure snow. The middle-aged man scrambled to get up but he wasn't near as quick as the hungry beasts before him, teeth bared aching to take a bite. He waited for them to launch forward but they stayed still, growling. Seconds later a figure in a black cloak appeared out of thin air. They signaled the wolves to behave and they backed away slowly. The man looked fearfully into the darkness of the cloaked figure's face, unable to see the person concealed by the shadows, if it was a person. The man watch horror struck as the figure stepped towards him, their hand lurched forward and everything went black.
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