The Guardian Angel

Sixteen year old Caitlynn lost both her parents and her younger brother in a car accident. She has now been adopted by her aunt and uncle. She is looking forward to a hard life, but what happens when she meets Tedd, a kind but quite weird boy, and the mysterious Audrey, who tells her a story about different worlds, a kingdom, angels and God?

Note: I put the chapters up as pages - so each chapter is approximately one page in my Word document. AND, sorry for typos and mistakes - I rarely look back at it, so please forgive me.


32. Page Thirthythree

Like this? I managed to send him. This was not hard at all. It felt very natural, actually. This is easy. But will this cover any distance?

No. Only as long as you are in the same world as me, will we be able to communicate this way. I can still feel you if you wear the necklace, though. That will always work. He told me. This was fascinating. His voice was even more clear inside my head than if he had open his mouth and had spoken out loud.

“Now, I will contact Zara. It will take a little time for her to get here, since we cannot just open the passageway wherever we want. She will most likely end up many miles from here, and will have to fly for the rest of the way. I’ll leave for a moment,” Audrey said, now for both Tedd and I to hear. Then he went for the window. “When I leave, close the window after me.” He said, opened the window and left. I could see a faint zap of pure white lighting and knew that he had materialized his wings. Tedd went for the window and shut it tightly. He looked at me with eyes so filled with confusion; it folded the skin between his eyebrows. I knew that this was confusing for him, it was for me too. But deep in his eyes, I saw the recognition. He knew that this was true the same way that I did, and I was so happy that I was not all alone about this. I knew that somehow this was all up to me, but the thought that I was not the only person that had to learn all of this was comforting.

“It scares you, doesn’t it?” he asked, sitting down on the chair beside the bed. I looked at him.

“Yeah it does. But, at the same time, it is quite satisfying to know that the one who murdered by parents are going down on my premises.” I told him, and I felt horrible by saying it. The childish thought She was the one who started it jumped into my mind and I suppressed a smile. It was a terrible thought, but it was true. And I was pretty sure that being honest was very important right now.

“I get that, man. That bastard lady killed both of us 4000 years ago, and she’s gotta pay for still charging us. I feel so awesome, you know. This is just like in the movies or something.” He told me, slightly smiling. It was only at this moment that I realized that he was quite good-looking. His madly curling hair was very short, but it was there. His eyes were black and deep like the ocean. His long, slender limps were all over the place, the muscles very visible on his naked arms. His t-shirt was a bloody red with black writing on it. I could see him in a different body, but just alike this one, 4000 years ago, dressed in leather and beautiful fabrics. I nodded, pulling the blanket closer around me; I was still shaking with cold. Tedds brows wrinkled even more.

“You are really cold, aren’t you?” I nodded once again. Then he got up and sat down on my bed, crawling across me, sitting with his back towards the wall at the head end of the bed. Before I could react, he pulled me onto his lab and pulled the cover around both of us, his arm locking me in a tight embrace. He started rocking me back and forth like a child, humming softly in my ear. I could feel how conscious he was about not hurting me, especially not the ribs, which he knew from experience was as good as my Achilles heel. It felt nice, sitting like that. Nice and familiar. I felt so safe, knowing that I was not alone and that apparently that Tedd wanted to protect me even if he would get beaten up himself. Even though the school offered me non-existing friends, I had found two great friends. I had not heard anything from my friends at my old home. I had texted them on facebook and from my phone. No answer. It was scary, actually, that they were supposed to be my best friends and as soon as I became too much to handle, they ditched me. But I had found friends now. One of them had been searching for me for 4000 years without stop. The other just told me that he would have fought a gigantic beast for me.

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