A Change In My Life Part One

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A Change In My Life


Hello, my name is Angel. I am five foot, five inches, one hundred ten pounds. I have waist length midnight black hair and odd blue-green eyes. My real parents had left me in a social workers office when I was only a few days old. I was put in to a foster home where I lived up until a few months ago. I met a boy six months ago. That was a weird day. A lot of people don't believe in fate or destiny, but I do. I believe all things happen for a reason.

Chapter One

I bumped into a tall, handsome, hard-bodied stranger in the hall. He caught my wrist before I could fall clumsy as usual. He looked at me with light blue eyes. His lips curved up into a smile as he looked me over. He was dressed in cloths that matched his midnight black hair. His angel's face contrasted oddly with all that black.

"Are you okay?" he asked.

"I'm fine," I said, feeling oddly light headed. I turned and headed to my class.

When I got to English, I was late. Mr. Benjamin glared at me as I took my seat. The door opened and the guy from before came in and showed the teacher a piece of paper, who then pointed to the seat next to me.

"Hi, there," he said smiling. "My name is Lucas Sage."

"Nice to meet you, Lucas," I said, trying to ignore the dizziness that almost over came me. "I'm Angel Walker."

"Angel is a pretty name, a pretty name, for a pretty face." He said. I blushed. The bell rang and I jumped up and nearly ran to my next class. Lucas was in that class, too. It turned out he was in nearly all of my classes.

At lunch, he sat across from me. He said he wasn't hungry, when I asked if he was coming with me to the line. He was waiting for me when I got back.

After I finished, he asked, "Would you like to go for a walk with me?"

"Umm ... sure, I guess." I said brillantly.

He matched his stride to mine and opened the door for me. As we walked, he asked me about my family, my house, the places I'd been and where I wanted to go as well as other things. When we got back to the school, the bell rang and I moaned. It's time for gym.

"I'm not going to dress for gym today. Are you going to?" Lucas asked.

"No, I'm not. They're playing volleyball and I'm horrible at it."

We walked to gym together. Everyone stared at us. Mrs. Messner glared at us.

"Walker, Sage, get walking." She ordered as we got to the track.

As we walked in silence, I began to feel light headed and dizzy again. I paused to take a break.

"Are you alright?" he asked, concern in his tone.

"Yeah, I'm fine." I said as I started to walk again. We talked about the book I'd been reading, Twilight, a vampire romance. I noticed Lucas acted funny when I said the word 'vampire.' 'Could he be? No, it's not possible. It is daylight and sunny.' I thought historically. I felt like a fool for even thinking he could be a vampire.

I paused as the dizziness got worse. I felt light headed and a little sleepy. "Ugh," I moaned wrapping my arms around my stomach.

"Are you okay?" Lucas asked, as I nearly collapsed. He put his arm around me so I wouldn't fall.

"No, I don't feel well." I mumbled. Everything was fading. It was as if I was sinking into a dark pool of water.

Then it was compleatly dark.


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