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"And that's it, I think," Cam said, finally ending a half hour explanation on how I had powers and what they were. My mind was in a whirlwind to say the least.
So the way Cam described it, I could apparently make anything happen with my mind if I just thought about it. Well not anything, but a lot of stuff was possible. For instance; if I thought about water and wanting rain, it would miraculously start to rain because of that. Or if I wanted to protect myself I could randomly create a barrier around me that would not allow anything I didn't want in, in; I could even save myself from a bullet.
There were also spells, like from Harry Potter, which we could perform. Now I thought that was pretty cool because me being the huge Potter nerd that I am, always thought it would be wicked to do magic! But these spells weren't short little spells that would happen with the flick of a wand. No, apparently they took years to master and you had to have incredible mind strength to perform them, like my Dad, who could perform the most complicated of spells apparently. I was far from this; I could only do the basics according to Cam, which made perfect sense considering I've had my powers hidden from me for sixteen years.
I still couldn't help the shiver that passed through me as the thought of me having powers sifted through my mind over and over. What made it even worse was the fact that there was that mysterious prophecy that I was suppose to fulfill. I had already ran that through my head a hundred times trying to decipher any other meaning to it but Cam, and supposedly the rest of the covenant, were pretty convinced it was me the prophecy was referring to.
I was brought back to my porch with a clap in front of my face. "You just zoned out there for at least five minutes and I swear you didn't even blink!" exclaimed Cam.
I smiled, "Sorry, you try getting information like that and not zoning out about it."
"Yeah I guess you have a point there." There was a long pause before he continued. "Are you alright Mel, honestly?"
I looked over at him and squeezed his hand that was still in mine. "Yeah I think I'll manage. Plus, my eyes are pretty much dried out so you don't have to worry about that anymore."
Another pause before he finally asked, "Do you want to try something." He asked this with a huge grin on his face so I couldn't deny him.
"Fine, what do you want me to do?" I sighed.
"Stand up," he said while getting up himself and going down to the bottom of the stairs. I followed and stood in front of him.
He took a step back. "Close your eyes, it'll help since this is your first time. Now think about protecting yourself and creating a barrier."
It was weird to think of but I did it. I wasn't even sure if it was doing anything; I didn't feel any different. "Okay open your eyes now Mel," said Cam.
I opened them slowly, expecting to see some kid of bubble around me; there was nothing. "So I didn't create a barrier?" I asked him disappointed in myself.
He stepped towards me and asked, "What do you think?" Then he started leaning towards something and stopped, resting his arm on an invisible wall separating him and I. I had done it; I had actually created a barrier. The smile that spread across my face was huge. I may have still been a little freaked out by all the information but this was cool.
"Are you going to let me any closer?" he asked with a sly smile.
"Hmm should I?" I asked him.
"I think you should because you look awfully lonely in there."
"Do I? Well then why don't you just break through it? It can't be all that strong, after all I only know the basics." Okay I was attempting to flirt, but I wasn't doing a very good job.
"If that's what you want," he said. That's when I actually saw the barrier around me and the opening Cam was creating. Once he was inside it went invisible again but I felt it now. He closed the distance between us and put his arms around my waist.
"So now that you've experienced it how does it feel?" he asked with a smile.
He was so close that it made it hard to think, let alone talk. "Honestly, it feels weird still. I'm still trying to get used to the idea."
"Just take your time, you'll grow to love it, trust me."
He then brought his lips down to mine and I forgot about it all for that moment. The kiss was unfortunately short lived and Cam broke it. "I remembered, I still have more to tell you."
I groaned. "Are you serious? How much more could there be?" I asked him.
"Well you have to meet the other three guys, find out who is actually after you and aren't you curious as to what Seth is?"
Seth's name brought back everything that I had done to him and what he was keeping from me.