Wolf Girl

Kim is just a normal girl, she is an orphan and is from England. She has moved back and forth from care home to care home and has now ended up in America. She now stays in a big care home called Loving Friends but do not take the name seriously! Miss Trout, the most scary woman Kim has ever seen is in charge and she is not going to be kind!
Kim is soon to find the beautiful jaw dropping Ethan. Who soon falls for her. Electricity tingles when they touch. But Ethan has a secret, and that secret can not be known or Kim's life could be in danger.

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Hi I’m Kim. I’m a tall lanky brunette teen. I am smart and homeless. Well not homeless more.... abandoned, unwanted and in care.

Care is not a happy place for me. I have a continuous schedule:

·       Wake up

·       Get ready

·       Breakfast

·       Care school

·       Lunch

·       More Care school

·       Homework

·       Housework

·       Tea

·       Bed

This is every day of my boring life.

 

I was born and raised until I was 14 in a small village in England. It was quiet, peaceful and tranquil. Just how I liked it. Then I was getting passed back and forth from care home to care home.  Cardiff, London, Newcastle, Edinburgh then Dublin. I’m 16 now.  As I was passed back and forth City to City I found the reasons why I was here. The trouble I had caused, the disasters. It changed my whole life, the way I saw things.

 

I liked to keep to myself in the care homes. Kids came up to me curious I seemed to always shake them off. Hide in an un-used room. Find a place in the garden for myself. I wrote and drew the things I saw. I keep it in my notebook. It is private and no one is allowed to touch it. It is by my side everywhere I go. In fact it is next to me now in a murky taxi heading to my destination.

All morning I have been travelling, my eyes have started to droop with sleep, my clothes crumpled from the plane seats.

I landed at 7:00pm, in Boone County Airport. The plane touched the ground as a small cheer erupted from the passengers. I walked with Joan, my care worker, to the taxi stop.

Here we are now on our way to the Loving Friends care home for kids. The road is bumpy and nausea is sinking in.

I have seen pictures of Loving Friends. Joan says it is a lovely place. Everyone who works there is happy and joyful, no frown in sight. There are vast fields at the back of the building where rabbits and wildlife is kept. Flowers spout out everywhere you look. Happy children waving out of windows smiling.

I arrived with a pathetic smile on my face. I stepped out the car. My face slid down as a huge raindrop splashed onto my face.

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