All For Kayla

Kayla Green isn't your typical high school girl, she lived for the soul purpose of being alive. That was until one fatal day where her entire life changed drastically. She blamed herself for the accident and lost her voice in the process. Every night she was followed by the memories burned into her mind, that is until she found her escape. Caleb.
Caleb Jones, the brother of one of the people Kayla says she destroyed. Caleb aka the king of hearts was well known for his player reputation until he finds himself feeling something towards the quiet girl.
With the help of her two best friends Maddy and Stephen, can Caleb show Kayla that it wasn't her fault, can he heal the deep wound in her heart, will Kayla ever speak again? In times of darkness can two prankster and a player show Kayla the light?
After all, everything they do is all for Kayla.


2. Six Months

Sirens blared around me as I stood clutching the knife in my hand, dozens of dead bodies all piled up in the middle of a dark room. Blood smeared all over my body and painted the wall, one body laid before me clutching to their stomach as if still alive.

Their white eyes gazed up at me and their mouth opened ajar, their blood on my hands, their tears in my mind ... then the sirens got quiet and the room became alive. Flashes flickered everywhere as I hugged into myself with tearful eyes.

In the crowd the body stood, limped lifeless but still alive and screamed my name.


"Kayla! Wake up", my door was banged on causing me to break away from the nightmare. It's been the same on every night for the last six months, ever since that incident.

Shaking my cover off me, I felt the sudden cold air hug me followed by  a wave of dizziness. Clutching onto the bed post I regain my balance and walk towards the mirror. The girl who stared back at me looked worse than she did the day before.

Her once silky brown hair was limp, her colorful rosy cheeks were pale, her once smiling lips were etched into an thin line and her eyes that once flickered with happiness were dull with barely any light in them.


Shaking my head I walked out of my bedroom and along the landing to the bathroom where I turned the shower up to a scolding heat and got in. The burning sensation seeped against my back waking my body up in a painful jolt. After washing my hair I climbed out with the towel around my body and disappeared back into my room.

It had been six months and now I was returning back to school, after six months I was going to face all those people and once more endure the pitiful and disgusted looks.

Drying myself off then drying my hair I found myself wondering if it was going to be the same before  that happened. Most likely not though.

Opening my closet I grabbed a pair of sweats, a over sized shirt and a jumper before throwing them on followed by a beanie. I really didn't see the point in dressing to impress anymore. No one even looked at me like that these days. Then again you were lucky if I even left me room, the only times I would leave my sanctuary was to get food, to wash or go to the bathroom. 

Shoving on a pair of pumps I walked down the dreaded stairs and into the family room. My eyes scanned over until they landed on my big brother. Kane had taken things in a different approach, he focused on becoming a lawyer, got into a serious relationship with Stephen and even changed his look.

Then again he wasn't the one to blame for ... that.


"Morning miss I'm-too-lazy", Kane smiled only to receive a nod from me. I don't ever talk anymore, why talk when no one will listen?

"Um lets get going, I have a meeting in a hour so I have to drop you off quick", he said in a quieter voice throwing an apple my way. Nodding I grabbed my bag from the table and opened the front door.

The sudden burst of light that hit my eyes caused me to stumble slightly, it had been over three weeks since I even stepped out of the house. Finding my way to my brothers car, I got in after he unlocked the doors.

The drive to school was going to be a long one, well perhaps a short one that would feel like it would last forever.


Of course I was right, the only thing that eased the uncomfortable silence was the low mummers of whatever songs were being played quietly on the car stereo. When we finally came to a stop outside the school I practically jumped out of the car.

"Kayla", Kane whispered grabbing my wrist softly, "will you be okay", he asked.

I had to do it at some point, I had already missed six months of school and did six months of online education so I wouldn't fall behind.

Nodding slightly I slipped away from my brothers grip and walked towards the car park, clutching my bag over my shoulder.


Just take a deep breath and face them, how bad can it be?

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