"I'm different," I said, looking down at the dancing city lights cascading beyond our gaze. "How?" Dawson said, touching my cheek. I looked at him in surprise, shivers running down my spine as he trailed his fingers across the length of my face. "Why are you asking like you don't know?" I said. "Didn't we play Differences? You're the most popular guy at school. I'm...not." "And?" he said slowly grinning, his chocolate brown eyes staring and holding mine. I looked at my palms, the crisp breeze circling about us. "You don't under-" "Understand what, Destiny?" he interjected. I kept mute. "Understand that you're being bullied?" I widened my eyes; how'd he know? "That everyone hates you? Because if I know, I might hate you, too?" His fingers felt cool as he rested them on my chin, his eyes directly across from mine. Then he whispered: "Because I don't care."
When the Masons came to live with the Elnes for 6 months, Devin and Daniella - who goes by Danny - are stuck together as roommates. Danny absolutely hates Devin, and he's just a 'good' bad boy. What happens when Danny's nightmares start again and Devin decides to be her protector? Will their crazy relationship turn into something even more or disperse as soon as Danny's nightmares are gone? Those Nightmares Gone is a story based on two teenagers who fall for each other, but don't know it. Will they remain friends who 'hate each other' and flirt with each other, or will they finally admit their love for one another?
Eve Evans didn't believe in love or cheesy fairy tales, but she couldn't help falling for Caspian Cage, the living proof of red-eyed demons and knights in shining armor. She was warned to stay away, insulted with wry humor, and driven between puzzling emotions all by he whom she hated, but came to love. She was oblivious to who Caspian was--he was inhuman, and could possess power with a single touch. He knew he was a threat to Eve, but broke through his restraints to be with her. With the help of her father, Eve began to unfold facts that defied reality and fathomed strange creatures called 'Energy Gods'. It wasn't until then she could explain Caspian's peculiar behavior and learn the truth about him. The truth about all of them.
Alistair Carlson. I've known him since kindergarten, but never once talked to him. He's the spotlight, the most gorgeous guy in school, but the most feared. He rejects girl after girl who muster the courage to approach him and repels all but his own group of uncanny friends. He's the strangest person I've ever known, with a story well hidden. Everything changes when our school schedules get revamped. With him in all my classes, I start to discover some truths about him. But is it for the better, or for the worse? He knows--I'm sure of it--that I've have noticed him for as long as I can remember. But then again, has he noticed me?
Moving is either a teenage dream or a haunting nightmare, but for Arial, it's a spell of mystery and confusion. It's a journey from her first love to puzzling city ordeals. Her mysterious neighbor, Arian McCoy, has a strange inclination to protect her. For a person so cold-hearted and unapproachable, he does the impossible by showing interest in someone--especially a girl who is the polar opposite of him. Through Arian, she learns about the strange rivalry between Brilliant Cove and its neighboring city, Nightingale, the two cities which are the biggest struggle in everyone's lives. Arial must adapt to her new, hectic lifestyle in Brilliant Cove, or she will face vile consequences due to her innocence and disobedience to Nightingale's cruel agency. How will Arial, with the help of Arian, reach peace and get all the answers she needs?
Who should she trust? A feared monster who protected her, or a family who backstabbed her? Abandoned by her parents at birth, Scarlet grew to be a lonely, emotionless 21-year-old who has given up on life. Upon her mother's death, she's taken to a mysterious island to her newfound family. Little does she know the evil conspiracies waiting for her and the truth behind their parents' deaths--their mission to tame deadly shape-shifting creatures plaguing the island. A mysterious stranger in the forest, Ausmane, who donned an unusual cloak and mask, was her only solace. Though dangerous and unadvised, he protected her and vowed to send her back home. Can she trust a stranger? Does she have a choice? What if Ausmane was the very creature she must avoid? Scarlet must fight to find her purpose, her will to live, by continuing her parents' legacy, as much as she must fight from hopelessly falling for the creature whom she is forbidden to be with.
With their homes obliterated, their love for each other undefined, Arial and Arian cross the border to enter a different world. It's a different dimension, drowning in corruption and masked with ruins. There they fall in love, an undying glow in the darkness of reality. There they must fight with sacrifice and tenacity, for the home they once had. Along the journey, they must endure the pain of love and death, and prepare for victory and defeat.
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