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enemies in love

Summary:
FALLING IN LOVE IS SOMETHING THAT SIXTEEN YEAROLD AMBER LANE NEVER THOUGHT WOULD HAPPEN TO HER. BUT MEETING SIXTEEN YEAROLD JABRI BROWN CHANGED HER LIFE. BUT NOW SOMEONE IS AFTER HER AND THE ONLY WAY FOR THEM TO GET TO HER IS BY HURTING THE PEOPLE SHE LOVES. WHILE DODGING DANGEROUS OBSTACLES, AMBER MUST ENCOUNTER A VIOLENT AND CLINGY BOYFRIEND FROM HER PAST, WHILE LEARNING THE TRUE MEANING OF LOVE AND SACRIFICE!!! A TRIBUTE TO TWILIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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1. CHAPTER ONE: THE NEW KIDS

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A TEENAGE VAMPIRE GIRLS LOVE FOR A TEENAGE WEREWOLF BOY

He grabs me and he jumps off a cliff into mid-air,
over the highest height that I have ever been,
over icy cold water and over rocks,
we start falling, and falling, and falling,
until we hit the icy waters that was down below us,
us two now in it's grip of pain,
he said he was just trying to have fun,
but tries to end our lives,
many do not say that is fun,
but as for him it felt like heaven when he was falling,
he said werewolves enjoyed falling off of the highest of cliffs,
but as for vampires, they did not enjoy fun that much,
when we finally swam through the icy waters,
he grabs my hips and pulls me close and presses his lips to mine,
he tells me he loves me as he turns away,
then I grab him and pull him in and kiss him so gently,
and I whisper in his ear, 'I love you too'.

Sarah Bishop

CHAPTER ONE THE NEW KIDS

“Amber time for school,” my dad called to me from the kitchen.

It was November 24th, three weeks before my seventeenth birthday and school was the least of my worries. I grabbed my book bag, purse, and my lunch and walked to the bus stop. When I got there I noticed two things: one there were some kids there I didn’t know and second one of them was totally cute. Just then the bus pulled up. I sped up and got to the bus before it pulled off. I walked to the back of the bus. But just before I got to my seat, someone tripped me and I fell to the floor.

Just as I was about to get up I heard a voice I didn’t recognize say, “Guys leave her alone.”

I looked up and saw that the boy who spoken up for me was the cute one that I had seen at the bus stop. He held out his hand and helped me up. I sat down and he sat next to me.

The moment we got to school I said, “Thanks for defending me on the bus” and went to class. After school I saw the boy arguing with the other new boys from the bus stop. When I got on the bus another person tripped me just as the new boy got on. I got up and went to my seat and sat down. I didn’t speak as he sat down next to me. As soon as the bus stopped I got off before someone else could trip me.

I had just started off in the direction of my house when the new kid grabbed me by the arm and pulled me off to the side and said, “Sorry I never had the chance to introduce myself earlier. I’m Jabri and you are?” “I’m Amber,” I replied blushing. “It is very nice to meet you Amber. Um, look me and my brother’s are new around here and I was wondering if you would show us around town. That way you and I could get to know each other better. My brothers don’t think that it’s a good idea so we got into an argument before we got on the bus. Oh and since my parents are divorced and me and my brothers live with our mom I am probably going to be in trouble if I get home late. So if you would like to show us around here is our phone number and you can let me know. I guess we could meet here tomorrow at ten o’clock.” he told me.

“I would love to. But let me ask my dad and I’ll call you and let you know,” I replied.

As soon as I got home I told my dad that there was a new kid in school and he wanted to know if I would show him and his brothers around town. When he said yes I called Jabri and told him that I would meet him and his brothers at the bus stop at ten and take them to breakfast and then I would show them around town. He said okay and I hung up. I raced upstairs and started on my homework. Just then my phone rang and I answered it. My mom’s voice came over the speaker and asked to speak to my dad. The moment I gave my dad the phone I returned to doing my homework. My dad came back in the room five minutes later and handed me the phone. As soon as I said hello my mom asked me what I was doing on Saturday. I told her I going to show the new boys in my school around town and that I would probably be gone all day long.

Then I said, “I should get back to my homework.”

And she hung up. As soon as I was done I took a shower, ate dinner, and went to bed. At a quarter to nine the next morning I got up, took a shower, put on a dress I got for my sixteenth birthday and the matching high heels, brushed my teeth, put my checkbook in my purse, wrote a note telling my dad that I had left, grabbed my car keys, got in my car and drove to the bus stop to wait for Jabri and his brothers.