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If Only You Knew

If Only You Knew

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Beautiful Tragedies By beautifullyrare Updated Aug 31, 2017

"Wait!" Arabelle sprinted up from the swing. "Declan!" 

He stopped and turned around to face her. "What were you about to say about Elijah?" Arabelle was burning with curiosity at who this person might be.

His green eyes stared into her as a unknown emotion flickered with in them. 

Hurt? Disappointment? 

But it didn't matter. As quick as it came, the emotion had disappeared. Instead his eyes turned cold, unfamiliar.  

"Forget it, it's nothing." He turned around and began to walk again but Arabelle stopped him again, this time out of desperation. She had to know how he knew about Blake.

"How did you know about Blake then? I never mentioned him," she questioned Declan as she looked intently at his face, to make sure that he was telling her the truth.

"Noah mentioned how you kept mumbling his name under your breath during class. Something about how he reminded you of Blake." His face was blank. She knew there was more that he wasn't telling her.


"Listen Elle I'm sorry, but it's late and I really have to go," he gave me a pained smile, "I'll see you tomorrow okay?" She watched Declan as he walked out of the park and until he disappeared out of her sight.

Arabelle wasn't stupid. Okay, maybe sometimes she was, but she knew that he was lying and she was determined to find out the truth. 

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  • badboy
  • cliche
  • humor
  • love
  • random
  • romance
  • twist
Supernatural4568 Supernatural4568 Jun 06, 2016
I won't copy because if I do then I won't be able to be a good writer myself
secretangel1234 secretangel1234 Apr 16, 2016
I wont copy im going to be writing my own book soon and its like a copy vut im doing it differently i got the book from tge library at school