Dove in the Darkness
"My name." I swallowed hesitantly, afraid to shatter the silence between us anymore than I already had, "It's Hazel."
The silence of the night made it seem as if someone breathing too loud could make the silence shatter into a million pieces.
My voice was no exception, and I was terrified that if I spoke to loud, even one word, the it would shatter, along with everything in the room.
The silence seemed to make my voice feel smaller than it was, so when I finally heard his footsteps again, it shocked me to hear how loud and distinctive each one was, as if the silence broke just for him. As if he ruled the silence.
It's as if he didn't even view the silence as fragile, but a force that he had to over come. And he didn't want to back down from the fight.
Hazel has always tried to do the right thing and be the best person she can be, but that can get confusing when you end up being hunted by someone you don't even know. Or she thought she didn't.
Her life has few shadows and a lot of light.
Jason Todd has a past that he can't seem to recover from, while Hazel has a past that seems perfect. What happens when both of these are proved wrong?
His life has a lot of shadows and few light.
And what if the person who helps Hazel ends up being the person who is the most opposite from her?
A few things before you read:
•Being innocent does not mean that she is going to the a damsel in distress, she will not be. She will ramble a little, but be very intelligent. She will be able to defend herself. Bottom line; She is not going to be a damsel in distress, but it takes a few chapters to really find her voice so please be aware of that.
•Comments are always welcomed, I love talking to my readers.
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