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.


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3. Whisper Your Hatred

I could feel it begin, the stares of pity and disgust. Passing by people quickly I eagerly aimed for the school doors. I passed by a group of chattering teens only for them to fall silent and burn holes into my back. My eyes flickered towards them as one finally spoke to another, though it was harsh and too loud for a whisper.

"Looks like it finally showed up", venom laced through her voice as she stared accusingly at me. The truth is I was expecting this to happen, it has been that way since the news spread like a wildfire.

"She's a mess", another one snickered whilst another laughed sarcastically. Just when I found the doors only a few steps away from me, a shout echoed throughout the car lot and all eyes fell on me once again.

 

"Kayla", Maddy came running towards me with a sly grin on her face. I flinched at the sudden impact of her body against mines causing me to stumble onto my butt. This girl may look small but she is one hell of a demon.

"Oh my gosh! I totally forgot you were coming today, oh how awesome will it be to have you back! The three amigos return to reek havoc throughout the school", the hyper girl continued to gush on and on. 

Some people just never change, then some people become an entirely different person.

Nodding a little I pushed myself off the ground and wiped the marks away from my sweats. What? I may be dressed like a slob - it doesn't mean I want to have marks all over me!

I didn't get much time to think about anything because Maddy went on a rampage at the group of girls who had bothered to call me a freak. There was four of them and one of Maddy, sad to say that the four wouldn't last long.

If it had happened before that day, I would be the one using a girl as a stick to beat up her friends for calling me a freak but not this time.

 

"Maddy, put the poor girl down! She isn't a weapon of choice to use to beat up her friends", Stephen called out, appearing out of no where in particular. "Kay, help me out here please", Stephen pleas making me sigh in defeat.

These two never change, in fact you could say they have gotten even more immature. Clutching one of Maddy's arms whilst Stephen got the other we dragged the hyper girl away into the school whilst she yelled all the words under the sun and moon.

"Kayla, why didn't you do anything? That bimbo called you god knows what and you just let it happen", Maddy yelled, over-dramatically. Shrugging I leaned against the wall waiting for the bell to go, and as if on cue the screeching sound bounced off the now busy corridors.

 

Feeling myself being dragged away into my Drama class I made my way to the back of the class where I could avoid people. Or at least hope to avoid them. The drama teacher however had different plans when she started going on about how we would be doing a new play and decided to show some unwanted sympathy.

"Now Kayla dear, don't feel like you have to do anything if you don't want to. I know you have gone through a hard time so I want you to feel free to leave if you need some alone time", this of course made the class turn around to face me and once again break into whispers.

Maddy of course glared deathly at them, causing everyone to turn back at the risk of becoming a human weapon.

 

"Okay so this years play is an exciting one my lovelies! On your desk you will see script, read over it and decide what you want to do. There will be auditions of course for my dear actors, also there will be effects crew, costume designers, the band and advertisement", Mrs Higgins laughed before telling us to go ahead and read it with a glint in her eye.

 

The play sounded familiar- it is about a girl who went through a dramatic change when she joined a new school. She went from being a quiet no body to one of the most popular girls in school but there was a reason behind it - it was so she could bring down the popular empire and show the people of the school that it didn't matter who they were. The whole meaning of the play being it didn't matter who you are because each person was equal.

That of course is when it hit me, I was the one who wrote that for a previous project a month before that accident. Looking towards my teacher, I found her smiling happily at me. Why did she have to do this?

 

The bell rang and the day dragged on, the normal whispers followed everywhere I went up until lunchtime came where I was sitting at a faraway table in the cafeteria with Maddy and Stephen when the true disgust began.

Heels clicked through the doors and I could feel a burning glare on my back causing me to curiously turn around to find not only the worse person to make an enemy of but the one person that could destroy you for good - Charlotte Knotting, the queen of the school.

"Hello Kayla, kill anybody lately", she snickered causing me to freeze.

Of course she would hate me, it was my fault after all.

 

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