Lilah had a difficult life. She only wanted to fit in and be like the other werewolves around her. Little did she know she would never be like them.
I took a couple of deep breaths and tried to calm myself. “I’m fine. Can I ask you something?”
“Yes?” He stopped smiling and furrowed his brow.
“Why are you everywhere?” I asked.
“I’m not everywhere.” He chuckles. “I’m just where I am.”
“Okay, but in the hall, then we magically have the same class, but not just the same class I somehow manage to sit in your seat. And then again, we have another class together. That’s being everywhere.” I say all in one breath.
“Well, if I’m not mistaken, you ran into me in the hall. As for the class, it’s been full since last semester so of course you found the chair that was empty because I was doing other things.” He shrugged. “So I guess I should ask, why are you everywhere?”
I blushed again. I laid my head down on the table to hide it and I heard him laugh. “It’s not funny, you know.”
“Oh, it’s actually hilarious.” He laughed again.
“Why are you here?” I asked, gesturing to him in front of me.
“I have a free period, and you don’t know your way around.” He said, looking into my eyes. “Your eyes are purple.”
4 years later
I stood in the mirror after having spent the last hour getting ready. I smiled at myself and set out to the bedroom.
Alexander and Aurora were with their grandparents, who spoiled them at any chance they got. Kyra told me she couldn’t wait……
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