Beautiful Endings Part 27

Announcements: Guys, we're pretty much done here. All I have to do is finish Alex's ending, and we're done with the Beautiful Series. Eh, that sounds corny. Let's call it The Incandescent.

Oh! And I already have my names for my next series, if you guys want me to keep going, of course. And I was thinking about the remake of MMH, but I wasn't sure how I was going to do it. How about I put Rave in my new series. Would that be exceptional?

Created by: Dannica

  1. "So when were you going to tell me?" I asked, fuming. I led Christofer out in the hallway, out of earshot of anybody in the ballroom. "Tell you what?" he asked, a look of confusion on his face. I was pacing back and forth, chewing on my index finger. "Oh, I don't know, that you knew Sam all along and you basically put him in a position to where he was going to die!" Christofer's expression changed. He no longer looked confused because he knew what I was talking about. "You knew about Mr. Woodbury, and you knew he was dangerous, and yet you still made Sam be near him? Same with Xavier? Why would you do that? Did you not know how important he was to me?"
  2. His face hardened. "I didn't make him. I asked him to, and he said yes. He could have said no, but he didn't. And I thought Xavier was dead. I'm pretty sure he was, but he wasn't. I didn't know he would kill Sam." I stopped pacing and shot him a death stare. "That's not the point, though! You knew and you didn't tell me!" "I was going to." "You were? Really? When?" I was getting angrier by the second. And the fact that Christofer was just staying calm about all of it just made me get even more annoyed. "I was going to tell you afterwards. I had bigger problems on my mind." I dropped my arms to my side. "Really? Like what?" He scratched his head. "Oh, maybe keeping you alive? Worrying about everybody else that I care about that have been dragged into this? Defeating Oath, getting that thing out of you, keeping myself sane? Sorry for being more focused on the present than in the past." His voice was bitter. But I couldn't blame him. I shrunk down, sliding down the wall until I was sitting, hugging my legs. "I was going to tell you," he continued on. "I swear. There were just more important things."
  3. (This is where the story breaks out into two separate endings. This is Christofer's ending, and then the beginning of Alex's will start off here, in a separate part: Part 28. Cool?)
  4. Christofer took a seat down next to me, his shoulders touching mine. It amazed me how sudden my emotions changed. I was angry, and then my stomach was creating butterflies again just by his touch. Then it was just silence, him staring at me, and me not returning his gaze. It was always like this with him, I figured. I got made and then he just would be Christofer and be all cute and I wouldn't be mad at him anymore. It was simple. And with all the things that has happened, I appreciated it. I glanced in his direction, peering into his subtle hazel eyes. "We never fought much back then, did we?" One corner of his mouth turned up. "No. You'd always forgive me whenever I screwed up." That made me smile a little. "And how many times have you screwed up, exactly?" He pretended to count on his fingers, exceeding all of them. I shoved him on the arm, and he laughed. "I've screwed up enough. And I see that I've screwed up again, and I'm hoping that you can forgive me once more?"
  5. I looked the other way, a grin spread wide across my face. How could I possibly stay mad at Christofer? I looked him back in the eyes and nodded. He looked up and mouthed a melancholic yes. "Don't be such a drama queen," I said with a laugh. He took my hand and slipped it through his, where they connected perfectly like puzzle pieces strewn together. And it was just that easy. We had an argument, and then he apologized, and we made up. Simplicity, unlike when Alex and I had a fight and we're spewing words and each other and accusing and pointing fingers, which resulted in us not talking for a long period of time. And that's when I realized that that's what I needed. Simplicity.
  6. I started biting the inside of my cheek. "Something wrong?" I stopped and tried putting on a smile. "Are you a mind reader now?" Christofer kissed my hand. "No. You just always do that when you're nervous or anxious." I narrowed my eyes. "Really?" "So I've noticed." He put on a small smile, and then kissed my shoulder. I shivered, feeling a tingly sensation run up and down my spine. I clenched my jaw, because for the first time since this mess started, I wasn't thinking about Christofer and Alex. I was just thinking about Christofer. "I'm sorry I didn't tell you," he added quietly. I bumped his shoulder. "I'm sorry I attacked you like that. It's just...Sam, you know? I lost Nick, I lost April, I lost Zac, and I feel like I can't really avenge them. But with Sam, I sort of can." Christofer started rubbing his thumb over my hand. "I'm pretty sure you already avenged them. Oath's dead. He's the one that did that to them, and he's gone now. And I'm pretty sure they wouldn't want you mourning over them." I sighed. "I guess you're right." He smirked. "As always."
  7. Christofer glanced at the ballroom doors. "Do you wanna go back in there?" I chewed on my lip, and then shook my head no, laying my head on his shoulder. "I'd rather not. It's nice just talking to you." I felt his body tense up and then relax, a small shiver passing by him. He kissed my forehead, his warm lips branding it ever so tenderly. I squeezed my eyes shut, trying not to squirm in delight. He just felt so right to me. It was like his shoulder was carved perfectly so that my head could just lay there; our hands were made just for each other to grasp on to, and our lips were shaped custom made by God himself to where they locked so easily and intricately together, attracted like magnets. He was so beautiful to me. They both were, in all honesty. But there was only one person who could electrify me and make me fall in love all over again with just one kiss. There was only one person who I could spend my days just speaking to forever, and there was only one person who I knew with all certainty will never leave my side and will always be faithful.
  8. "Hey," he whispered softly into my ear, making the hairs on my neck stand up. I tilted my head to look at him, along with a raise of my eyebrows. "I love you." And that person is Christofer. My bottom lip quivered, and he had a nervous smile on his face. "Guess what," I replied, matching the tone of his voice, my face starting to flush red. His eyes dilated, and his hand started slightly shaking. I grinned. "I love you, too." He let out a relieved, exasperated sigh, and put our foreheads together, both of us grinning like loved up idiots. Still grasping onto each other's hands, I put mine onto his cheek, his smell of pomegranate just making me go wild and crazy. He twirled a strand of hair around his finger, and traced the bottom of my eye. "Remember that kiss you gave me on the cliff?" I asked, my arms getting goosebumps. "Care to refresh my memory?" He laughed, an angelic sound, and then kissed my arm and my shoulder, each kiss lingering and burning itself into my skin, making my heart beat faster every second. And then he started teasing me, taking a longer time that usual to get to my lips, staying a while longer on my neck, a smile plastered on his face, enjoying it. Finally, I couldn't take it any longer. I cupped his chin with my hand, and brought his lips to mine. I wrapped my hand around the nape of his neck, pulling him closer to me.
  9. He played me like a piano, his fingers dancing across my arms and my shoulders, molding my figure. And soon enough we were on our feet, me against the wall, his arms on either side of me, both of us catching a breather. Smiling, we shared one more small kill, my hands framing his face, and then him kissing me on the nose. "Was it worth it?" I asked him, still breathing heavily. "Waiting for me?" He hung his head and laughed. "Every second, of every minute, of every hour, of every day." There was a long moment of silence where we just stood there and looked into each other's eyes. "It is now time to announce District Leader of the Year!" an announcer's voice boomed out, slicing through the silence like a saw. Christofer put his forehead to my shoulder. "I guess that's our cue."
  10. He dropped his arms back to his side, while I sighed in disappointment. We walked back to the doors, him being the gentleman he is and opening it for me. We started walking towards the huge crowd gathered by the stage, since it's out of respect to be present when there is a District Event regarding the Leaders. Christofer slipped his hand through mine, me giving it a squeeze. I scoured the crowds, looking for Alex, hoping that he wouldn't be too angry with me. And then I found him, my eyes almost skimming him over. He was standing by the punch bowl. I saw him just in time as he flicked his eyes back to the stage. That means he saw us. It means he knew. I kept my eyes focused on him. After a minute or so elapsed, he looked back at us again. When we caught each other's gaze, he tried his beset to smile, and nodded his head back slightly, looking at Christofer. He looked down at me with reassuring my eyes, and gave my hand another squeeze. And as long as I was with him, everything was how it was supposed to be.
  11. And so there we have it. Lady Kora won, and I was with Christofer. Sarah and Cole were officially together, too. Bella and Ash have been spending more time together, but I'm not sure whether or not he was completely over April. Sadie and Chant were back together, too. It turns out that they rigged the award for District Leader of the Year. After the Ball we said final goodbyes and then we were on our way home. Simple. I hugged Mom and Dad again, and Auntie Lisa almost flipped a table when she saw Christofer and I holding hands. Alex's parents decided to move here, closer to the base. Coincidence, right? Alex and I, we still talked. It was never the same though. I wish he understood more. But I was happy with Christofer. In all honestly and sincerity, I was. In every life form possible. And it was just that. And I'm glad to say I'm quite overjoyed with the outcome. We've been through a lot, the lot of us. From moving into a new town, to meeting these great people. I'm surprised I wasn't dreaming. And from making new relations, to discovering past acquaintances, to keeping secrets and telling lies, I'm ecstatic to say, that this is mostly definitely, a beautiful ending.

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