I walked down the street, my red hair bouncing up and down. I smiled at everyone and they smiled back. I was the one who everyone went to for help or comfort. I just had that aura. I saw Selene in the coffee shop and I walked in. I ordered a hot chocolate and walked beside her. "Hey Sel." I said, smiling.
"Just returning soem books for my sister." Will shurgged with as much chamr as humanly possible. Every move he made was flawless and charming. It was no wonder all the owmen swooned. He ran his fingers through his golden locks and turned to face her, " How can you stand to read something like that?" He questioned ashe looked at the book in her hands.
Selene blinked and continued staring before turning her head slightly and flashing Rayne a flawless smile. "What a lovely morning we've been given." She commented as she looked back at the dark and dreery day. People runnign from the rain, her eyes following them with the same smile. "May I question what bring you here this morning?" She questioned with a slight laugh as she kept her eyes forward on the people, watching with a soft gaze.
Jackson walked into the coffee shop, whistling to himself. His eyes drifted past all the girls and landed on Rayne, who was sitting with Selene. He grinned.
I smiled at Selene. "Nothing. Just felt like taking a walk and then it started to rain, so I ducked in here and saw you." I said. Then I saw Jackson. I blushed and waved at him.
Jackson waved back, wearing his usual cocky grin. He grabbed his coffee and walked over. "Hiya," he said, with another flirty grin directed at Rayne. He ran a hand through his casually messy blonde hair.
I smirked and put on a flirty smile back. "Hey there." I said.
I smirked. "Oh you know. Same old, same old." I said waving a careless hand.
I smiled at Selene and Jackson. "Well, I'm going for a walk. I'll see you guys later." I shot a sultry look at Jackson and walked out of the coffee shop, smirking. I walked down to the river where I first met Jackson. I closed my eyes as I relived those experiences.