"But Andrew I need this, it won't be like last time o promise." I begged.
"I don't want to hear it Blake." He said before stomping away from me.
I walked back into the front of the shop. I didn't feel like staying here any longer, besides Trent wasn't coming out of the restroom anytime soon."Come on Louis." I paused as I spoke those words to him. Maybe I was getting too used to him going places with me. Or maybe it was something else.
"You mean me right?" He asked as he pointed to himself.
I rolled my eyes."Is anyone else here named Louis?" I respond sarcastically. A smiled lit up his face as he began to walk towards me.
We were silently walking towards the stable when Cece popped up out of nowhere.
"Louis." I covered my ears as she screamed his name. He smiled as she hugged his waist. I didn't even know they were so close, I thought as she rambled on about something. I watched as Louis listened to every word she said. None of what she was talking about was even interesting, and I'm not even being mean just telling the truth. What boy his age wants to hear about how she liked a dress her mother bought her.
"That sounds nice Cece." He replied with a smile. I smiled as I watched him talk to her; I didn't realize that he was so good with kids. But then again I didn't really know him, and I haven't even tried to get to know him. It wouldn't be so bad if I did actually try to be his friend would it? It's not like I'm talking about that dick harry. But if I get to close to him I could get hurt and I didn't want that.
"Louis do you want to learn how to ride Midnight? I questioned, I don't even know where that question came from but I was waiting for an answer.
"That monster tired to kill the last time!" he exclaimed loudly. I couldn't help but chuckle at his outburst, midnight wouldn't hurt a fly unless he was swatting at them. I don't blame him for not wanting to get back on my horse.
"But since you're teaching me then I'd love to try to tame the beast." He said with a smirk on his face. We were still taking about the horse right? I opened my mouth to ask but ended up closing it back and shaking my head. If I didn't ask then I wouldn't get mad at his answer.
It didn't take us long to walk to the stables, I put midnights gear on him and made sure it was secure. Louis looked nervous when I gave him a helmet to wear. I didn't need it because I knew how to ride midnight but I had a feeling that he hadn't ridden a horse before. Not counting that time when midnight threw him off that would be more like falling than riding.
"I think I'm going to need more than this." He mumbled to himself. I'm pretty sure he didn't mean to say it out loud.
"You know if you're scared th-."
"Do I look like I'm scared?" He pounded on his chest with his fist, "I'm all man over here baby." He said as he mounted the horse again. Me and Cece looked at each with raised brows before looking at Louis again. He had this look on his face that was hard to describe, it was in-between a scared and confident look.
"We okay all man, were going to take this slow so you won't end up on the ground again." I teased as I handed him midnight's reigns. With a light tap I had midnight moving while Louis began be panic." Louis don't worry I'm not going to let anything happen." I assured him as I showed him a little bit of the basic things he needed to know. He wouldn't become a pro after this one lesson but at least he wouldn't make a fool of himself when it came to horse riding.
"So how was your first lesson?" I asked as we both brushed midnight's coat. He had done well even though he didn't want me to let go. So basically all I did the whole time was make sure midnight didn't go to fast or else he would have freaked.
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The town of Salem, Louisiana is a quaint little town. No more than forty people live in it. To most, Salem doesn't even exist, in fact it's not even on the map. It's been six years and five days since a single traveler passed through. So when five s...