The Seer

When a new guy moves across from Rayne Warford, her life crumbles around her. When her aunt comes back to reveal a family secret to her, a couple days before her sixteenth birthday, she realizes that the world as she knew it, is no longer so simple. Her aunt teaches who and what she is, but most importantly, how to survive. Stuck trying to comprehend everything she has learned, she starts to form a friendship with the guy across the street. But as fate will have it, he too is hiding deadly secrets. Will Rayne be able to come to terms and except her fate? Or will she fade away from this world and die?

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   As soon as I closed the door I realized how desperate I must have sounded. Usually I wasn't like this, I was more under control and reasonable. But around him, I felt uncontrollable and brave. Daring even. Sighing I chalked it up to being tired. I grabbed a water bottle from the fridge with an apple and headed upstairs to shower and go for a nap. When I got upstairs I grabbed a towel and headed into the bathroom. A strange cold filled the room and surrounded me. The small hairs on the back of my neck stood up and fear shot down my spine.

   "Hello? Is anybody there?" I asked. I must be sounding stupid, talking to myself like this. The shower curtain moved a little bit and my heart missed a beat. Shakily I raised my arm and reached for the curtain. I slowly moved it and jumped as a small black ball moved out from the tub. I screamed and heard a familiar meow. "Jesus Bubbs, you scared the shit out of me."

   I cursed at my fat cat as he swished his furry tail and meowed at me again. Probably laughing at me for being a scardey cat. I nudged him to move with my foot and he just stared at me. "Go on with you. I need to shower." I laughed and he moved. Shaking my head I turned on the water and got ready.

   The feeling of water cascading down my back made me feel refreshed and relaxed. A while later I turned off the water and got out, steam filling the bathroom. I opened the window and noticed Bubbs outside laying on the grass. Confusion was the first thing I felt. How did this damned cat get outside? Quickly I put a towel over me and went downstairs to the backyard door. It was open.

   Worry laced my blood and I turned around, gulping. Either someone was in here and left, or they were still in here. No matter the situation, I did not enjoy this. Taking a deep breath I made my way to the kitchen. Luckily nobody was there, but a I grabbed a knife just in case. Silently I looked up the stairs. No scary figure was there waiting for me. I went up and looked into the first door that happened to be my bedroom.

   I slipped in and checked around. Once again, nothing. Still scared I got to into the hallway and went to aunt Liv's room. Clutching the knife I searched her room thoroughly. When I found no one I made my way into the music room. If someone would be here, it would be a hard place to hide in.  I silently opened the door and was relieved to see nothing but a piano and my music stand with the violin as the bottom.

   When I got downstairs I found the door already closed with Bubbs sleeping on the sofa. Did I just imagine this full thing? Surly I must have. Shaking my head I went into the kitchen. "You idiot. No one would try and break in here anyways." I talked to myself.

   My stomach growled and I put away the knife. Still shaken up, I grabbed a glass of orange juice and a bowl of cereal. After eating I would sleep and clear my mind. Once I sat down my phone vibrated. I picked it up and swallowed a spoonful. "Hello?" I asked.

   "Hey Rayne! Good news, my flight is coming in earlier than expected. Can you pick me up for two?" It was aunt Liv. I felt happy to have her come home sooner. Even though I was good by my own, I would still enjoy seeing her and not having to worry about being alone today.

   "Of course. I can't wait." I said.

   "Perfect. See you soon, I am boarding now. Love you." She told me and hung up. I smiled and finished up eating. There goes my sleep, but luckily I will be able to sleep peacefully when she come back. Hopefully she wouldn't be covered in bruises or wrapped in bandages like the other times before.

   Sighing I went upstairs and changed. When I looked out the window I realized that the girl from earlier was going out the door, looking kind of upset. Worried that it was my fault I closed my blinds and looked at the time. I could probably get an hour of rest before needing to drive and get aunt Liv.

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