The Avengers: The Newcomer

Meet the newest Avenger, Rosabella. Well, maybe not. Only being apart of the vigilantes team because of her 'accident', Rosabella, more commonly known as Rosie, has now got to not only adapt to the powers given to her through the nuclear explosion, but has to adapt to being known as someone she is not.


6. I'm Sorry.

I stormed off angrily. Everyone was making me mad now. Talking about me like I wasn't there, saying I was something I'm not, and now expecting me to be some kind of amazing superhero like Steve himself. No. Just no. This wasn't me. I guess I was just afraid to admit it yet, but yes, this was going to have to be my new life. I would have to just calm down and let everything work itself out.


The door to the room I was in slowly creaked open. I thought right away that it would be either Steve or Nick. But I was wrong. Ironically, it was Tony. He was looking down, grimly. How did he know where to find me in the first place? I didn't care, as long as he kept his rude, selfish trap shut. I wasn't an animal to be persuaded with a sweet silver tongue. I grumpily frowned at him, automatically feeling like a five-year-old and stopping myself. 


"What? Come to mock me again? Or just pick on me?" I growled at him. His expression didn't change, he was already looking hurt as he had walked in the door.


"No, I came to apologize for acting like I did earlier." Tony mumbled. Earlier? It wasn't but ten, twenty minutes ago! 


I wasn't satisfied. "Go on then." I hissed. "Apologize." I looked at him, my face a lot less stern than my face.


I have always been a person who automatically jumps to a dumb conclusion and ends up being the one getting hurt in my situation. This is why I was so harsh on Tony. I didn't trust that I was going to be the one coming out on top through this fight. My life had always been a loss.


Tony sighed, knowing that I would never trust him or do any work with him until he did it. "I'm sorry for being such a jerk to you. I should've not jumped to a rude conclusion by yelling at you and Steve." I was about to accept his apology when he continued on. "I'm sorry I haven't been welcoming to you and I'm sorry I hit you when you went on a rampage back at the hospital." He took a breath. Was there anything else to apologize for? Not in my book. We were even. "There. You happy?" He grumbled. 


I stood up from the table I sat on and looked up, smiling at him. He was a lot taller than me and really dreamy from my position. "Apology accepted!" I said cheerfully. Soon enough, without me even realizing it, I was locked in a hug with him.


How long the hug lasted, who started the hug, and why we were hugging were all dumb questions. We had no clue, and the only reason we pulled away was because Steve accidentally walked in on us. He did and my cheeks flushed as I untangled my arms from around Tony.


What was this new feeling I had toward Tony? I looked at him and tingled with happiness. What? No. I promised myself I wouldn't have a relationship with anyone I was going to have to work with.


I soon realized two things as I stood in that room alone, thinking. One, I already was looking forward to being a hero. And two, that promise I made to myself wasn't one I was going to keep. At all. 


Wait, Tony was the one who hit me back at the hospital?

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