|Darker Than The Tides
Author: Angelheart96 PM
I had a normal life, just going to school and trying to get through each day. Well that was until these boys showed up, each one of them finding their way into mine and my cousins lives. Now everything's different... and very weird.Rated: Fiction T - English - Fantasy/Romance - Chapters: 8 - Words: 11,609 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 1 - Updated: 03-15-13 - Published: 01-29-13 - id: 3096487
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Hey guys, so this is the final time I change anything for this one, found ways to change it so much I can't remember what I started with.
Please review and tell me what you think, all opinions are accepted.
The street was quiet. You could hear the faint rustle of leaves on the few trees that stood. It was a dry night, the air was warm and the sky was clear. Not a cloud, star or the moon in sight. Every house was silent, apart from one.
He walked up to the steps. He wasn't planning on knocking, or letting the girl know he was there. He just wanted to know she was safe, he'd been waiting sixteen years to find her again.
The wind blew his dark hair back, bringing out his luminous blue eyes. He ducked down, if she walked past the door, she'd instantly see the brightness of his eyes. He couldn't afford to let her see him just yet.
The lights in the house were turning off, one by one. She was going to bed. He could relax, he wasn't going to be caught, and she wouldn't be harmed.
"I didn't know you decided to take up spying as a hobby now." A deep voice spoke. He turned around. The boy stood there, smirking.
"I had to make sure I wasn't too late."
"I know man, but Drake won't get to her this time, I won't let him." The boy climbed the steps, facing him. He was just a little bit taller, but not by much. "Besides, I don't think he's followed us here yet."
"I'm not losing her this time, he's won too many times." He spoke, his voice trembling. He looked towards the house. He couldn't bear the thought of watching his whole world crash to the ground for a fourth time. He had already lost his parents and the girl twice before. He wasn't going to let it happen again.
"Come on man, you not going to help her by staring at the door. We'll make sure he doesn't find her this time, we already have an advantage."
"We know where she is."
"And so do I." Another voice spoke in the background. Another boy stood at the bottom of the steps. He was still taller and stronger than the other two, but none were prepared for a fight. They couldn't wake the girl.
The second boy stepped down, so he was face to face with the third.
"Leave, you have no business being here Drake." The first boy answered. The second boy stepped down, so he was face to face with Drake.
"I have a lot of business being here, but I'll make it easy for you, tell them to let me back in." Drake smirked.
"You know we'll never do that." The second boy sneered.
"Then I'm not leaving."
"You won't get to her, you've made you point, now leave us alone." The first boy yelled, a little too loudly.
A light flicked on in the house, but by the time the girl looked outside, there was no one there.