Because they were the only person to respond to my fan message. Thank you, and you'll soon find out whether you were right...or wrong.
Sorry for the ultra late upload guys!
But I'm sure many of you have gone through what I'm going through right now. It's the end of my school year and I'm a graduating senior. There's so much on my plate right now. Graduation. Yearbooks. Final projects. Tests. I'm sorry if I haven't gotten to uploading recently.
This is going to be my last upload.....as a high school student. I wish I could have made it better, but for now, this is all I have for you guys, so I hope you enjoy.
You guys filed my requests about the votes and comments, but I just took forever to complete my side of the bargain, but here it is!
Can you please give me lots of votes on this one? Somewhere in the 40's?
Oh, and enjoy the chappy
“I’m lucky you what?” Ian asked, snapping me out of my self-loathing thoughts. I looked at him confused before my previous words ran through my mind. My eyes widened.
“Oh my god!” I realized. I looked at Ian alarmed. I hadn't meant to say that. How could I say that when I myself wasn't aware of my own feelings? I wasn't sure. I really didn't mean to say that. How am I such an idiot? Why?
Ian, who was watching me through the whole thing, decided to intervene in my moment of horror. He put his hands on my shoulders, as if it was a small gesture to calm me down.
“Hey, calm down, Princess. It’s okay.” He said, slightly rubbing my shoulder to make me feel better.
“No it isn't ” I protested. “That was so mean of me. I’m not supposed to tell you my feelings unless I know them. I’m not supposed to be giving a guy false hope. That makes me feel like Talia. It certainly doesn't make me any better than her.” I said, guiltily.
“Relax, Princess.” He said, again. “It’s fine. I wasn't expecting you to love me...yet, and it’s completely normal to say that to someone. Girls say it all the time.”
“Just relax, okay?” He said, with a hint of resolution in his voice. I stared at him for a moment before I sighed.
“Okay.” I said, as I realized how lucky I was to have a guy like Ian. I never understood how Ian always understood me so easily. He seemed to be able to understand things that I couldn't even understand about myself. It seemed like he would know whether or not I had feelings for him before even I could. I was beginning to understand that our soul mate relationship was going to be pretty important, but I failed to understand how deep it was, too.
I watched Ian’s careful, loving gaze and began to question myself about how strong my feelings towards him really were. How possible was it that the words I'd subconsciously uttered were the truth? Was it possible that somewhere down the road, I'd really fallen for him?
Joanna stared at the door. They still weren't letting her see Cole, but she now knew that her second son was doing a lot better. Mr. Cavanaugh had already left so Ian and I came back to the waiting room.
Ian had left to take Callie home, but I offered to stay with Joanna just in case she needed me for something. I wanted to be here for her, since I already started feeling attached towards her--and more detached around my own, real mother.
“How long have you and Ian been together, again?” Joanna asked, thoughtfully. She was still staring at the door but her question was directed towards me. I opened my mouth to answer, but Joanna continued talking. Somehow, I expected something like that from her. “ You've been together since the full moon, right? It’s been a couple days since then. I’m pretty sure Ian’s wolf is at bay right now. Did he tell you about what happens at the next full moon?”
“Yeah.” I quickly answered, before Joanna could go off talking again. I wanted to answer her question. “He said if I don’t want to become a…like him, then it would be really hard, but I would be able to do it.” I told her, suddenly curious about Joanna’s story. I mean, who else could I talk to about this? Ian, Callie, and Cole were probably newbies and Dominic scared me to death. Joanna was perfect, well, almost perfect. She was crazy, but she would be able to provide the information I wanted, properly. That’s the best way to put it. Mothers knew best, right?
|Lily Collins||as Eira Bentley|
|Ian Somerhalder||as Ian Cavanaugh|
|Blair Redford||as Cole Cavanaugh|
|Jessica Stroup||as Callista Cavanaugh|
|Patrick Dempsey||as Dominic Cavanaugh|
|Kelly Preston||as Joanna Cavanaugh|
|Ashley Judd||as Jane Bentley|
|Gaspard Ulliel||as Reese Collins|
|Dianna Agron||as Mallory Thompson|
|Emma Roberts||as Nia White|