Unforgotten Secrets Part 2

Part 2 is here, my friends! And for those of you who are seriously lost about the story, it's a mash-up, and if you haven't read Beautiful Secrets or The Unforgiven and Unforgotten, you will be puzzled for all eternity.

So, you should read it. lol, but hopefully if you choose not to, you'll be able to follow along! Oh and it's Dannica that's writing it for the time being, but Comet will be joining me incorporating her own someplace in August xx

Created by: CometDannica

  1. Christofer had taken me to several different places. After the fourth place I seriously started begging him to stop, since he refused to let me pay for anything. He took me to get frozen yogurt, he took me to the local fair, he took me to the mall, he bought me a shirt that I mentioned was cute when we passed a store, and now we were sitting in the car, the radio on, me telling him that this was enough. "I have money," he said. "Don't worry, this is your day," he said. "Christofer, I really don't care if you have money or not; I feel like a gold-digger, and really, you've given me too much. I feel like you're trying to make up for something." Christofer put the car in drive. It was about to turn five, and yet the summer sun was still going at it hard. "Birthdays only happen once a year." "Yeah, and one person is just obligated to one present." Christofer gave me one of his heart warming smiles that I think made me fall for him in the first place when we were still together. "Yeah, but I'm not just any other person, am I?"
  2. He backed out of the parking spot and exited the lot, turning right. "You're right. You're not just any other person, Christofer. But it's Alex that I chose, remember?" He stopped at red, pushing the brakes a little hard. "You don't have to remind me every time I'm with you." I sighed. "I'm sorry." The light was green again, so he went. "It was the past. But reminders are good, I guess. When you get so used to being with a person it's hard to forget that that person isn't yours anymore." He makes things to difficult sometimes. "I heard Ash got a new place," I said, changing the topic. "So you've heard correctly." "Enlighten me." "It's bigger than before. Gumbo loves it a lot, although I think he's been getting kinda lonely. I took him to the animal shelter once, but he didn't find any other dog and kept complaining that neither of them was 'the one'. I laughed. Gumbo and I acted like a bitter old couple. We would tease each other almost all the time if not 24/7, and no matter what he told me, I would still find a way to forgive him.
  3. Minutes of silence passed, and then Christofer turned left onto a street and strolled through a neighborhood of decent looking houses. He steered the car into the driveway of a modern house with a freshly shaven lawn and lively colored flowers growing in a big flower bed right in front. Christofer opened the car door for me and noticed me staring. "It came like that." I smirked. "Figured. Ash seems more the type to try and plant pepperonis and grow pizza." Christofer laughed. "You have no idea." We walked to the front of the house, and Christofer took his key and unlocked the door. I walked in expecting it to be dark and then everybody would jump up and say surprise. I was wrong. And disappointed. I've always wanted a surprise party. I was greeted by Gumbo, though. I pet him on the head and then Ash came through with a drink in his hand. "Happy Birthday, hon," he said, giving me a squeeze. "Thanks," I muttered. I looked over the wood floor and the vintage looking tan walls and the leather furniture. "Nice place. When exactly did you turn into a millionaire?" Ash looked over his home like a king. "My parents helped me. They wanted to drag me back to Arizona but I changed their minds." Christofer started laughing. "Tell her the deal they made with you." Ash gave him a face. "What deal? I'm a man now. I don't need to negotiate with my"”They told me I needed to go to school every day."
  4. Minutes of silence passed, and then Christofer turned left onto a street and strolled through a neighborhood of decent looking houses. He steered the car into the driveway of a modern house with a freshly shaven lawn and lively colored flowers growing in a big flower bed right in front. Christofer opened the car door for me and noticed me staring. "It came like that." I smirked. "Figured. Ash seems more the type to try and plant pepperonis and grow pizza." Christofer laughed. "You have no idea." We walked to the front of the house, and Christofer took his key and unlocked the door. I walked in expecting it to be dark and then everybody would jump up and say surprise. I was wrong. And disappointed. I've always wanted a surprise party. I was greeted by Gumbo, though. I pet him on the head and then Ash came through with a drink in his hand. "Happy Birthday, hon," he said, giving me a squeeze. "Thanks," I muttered. I looked over the wood floor and the vintage looking tan walls and the leather furniture. "Nice place. When exactly did you turn into a millionaire?" Ash looked over his home like a king. "My parents helped me. They wanted to drag me back to Arizona but I changed their minds." Christofer started laughing. "Tell her the deal they made with you." Ash gave him a face. "What deal? I'm a man now. I don't need to negotiate with my"”They told me I needed to go to school every day."
  5. "If you haven't realized, Ashton, you're supposed to do that," Gumbo said from below. Ash made a move to kick him, but Gumbo shot fire at his shoe, and the flame crawled up his pants. "These jeans are new!" Ash ran away and hurried upstairs. I heard Gumbo cursing at him. "Do you want a drink?" Christofer asked. "Uh, yeah sure. I'll have a Snapple. Or a soda. Or water. Whatever." And yet I was still socially awkward. He grinned. "Alright, on the way." He made a move to go to the kitchen, then stopped himself. "Wait, can you go get some extra ice from the freezer in the garage? I think we're running low. Gumbo'll take you." Gumbo growled. "I most certainly will not. I have better things to do." "Like what?" Christofer asked defensively. "Like still trying to get you over your break up with that girl." Ouch. Christofer sighed, and then suddenly Gumbo was lifted from the ground, his skinny legs kicking the air. "Put me down you cruel fiend! I demand courtship!"
  6. Gumbo led me to the garage. I definitely thought he was lonely. Maybe a cat would do him good. Cats were good for lonely people, right? the garage was dark, so I had to carry Gumbo up so he could turn the switch on with his snout. And my goodness, that dog was heavy. "What have you been eating?" I said through gritted teeth. "Less than you've been since the last time I saw you," he retorted, feeling the wall with his noise. I resisted the urge to throw him against the garage itself. Finally the light flipped on and I"” "SURPRISE!" The loudness of the unexpected voices of the huge crowd in that very room was so overwhelming if felt like I just staggered backwards and landed on a table and flew through a window while Andrew Garfield decided to give me CPR even though I wasn't unconscious or anything. I saw Sarah and Cole and Chant and Sadie and Bella and a bunch of other people that looked familiar from the Core that I couldn't quite justify on since I was still in shock. And yet I scoped the crowd for one specific face. And he wasn't there. Christofer appeared by my side again, a grin on his face. I gave him a hug, and then Ash when he came back with different pants on. "Thank you, guys. I love this all, really." Ash smiled. "Go big or go home, right? All right everybody, let's get inside and get wasted!" Everybody cheered. "On Snapple and other non-alcoholic drinks or else then we'd all get arrested!"
  7. Aaron was in Klaus' room. Earlier that day he had seen him holding the ankle bracelet. The ankle bracelet that already had so much power, even more in the hands of a god. And Aaron really had no say in it, and he didn't mean any disrespect, but that bracelet was not his. No, it was somebody else's, rightfully. But she wasn't there anymore. They did their jobs, and that was to protect her. Nothing more, nothing less. And now she was gone. But it was still her ankle bracelet. Then there was a noise. He quickly escaped the room through the small crack he left in the door when he entered and pretended that he was just standing around. White Fang was walking around with Lusa. Aaron put on a plastic smile and nodded their heads at them. "What are you doing outside the god's room?" White Fang asked, stopping in his tracks. Lusa swirled her tail around his and nuzzled into his ruff, despite his protests. "Just loitering, really," Aaron replied, trying to keep his cool. "Omar and Jayden were starting to annoy me." White Fang chuckled. "That's a very good reason to be loitering around, then." He glanced at the barely open door. "Were you planning on going in there?"
  8. Lusa licked his nose. "Uh...yeah. I wanted to see if his room was different than ours." White Fang narrowed his eyes. "That's a very stupid question from a supposedly smart boy." When Aaron said nothing to that, White Fang continued walking with Lusa all over him, and turned to look back at Aaron once, before the two wolves rounded the corner, and was gone. Aaron sighed in relief. That was really close. He peered his head out from the corner of the hallways, checking to see if anybody was there. Even if it were somebody like Shane or Drake, he didn't know if he would able to tell them the truth. He felt like this was on his own. Like he had to do this. Then the feeling hit him again. The feeling that something bad was going to happen. The feeling that disaster was going to strike any minute. That feeling has been creeping up in his mind as of late. It's been running across his head, making him feel as if his body was being pulled in a direction he didn't want to follow. And for some strange reason, when he saw Klaus fingering around with that ankle bracelet, he felt the pull go towards there. So at that moment he knew that it was all because of the ankle bracelet. He didn't know why, he didn't know how, he just knew that something wasn't right.
  9. Shadow manipulation. That's what he had to use. Well, he didn't have to, but it was less the risk than actually having to enter the room and grab it with his own hands. And so that's what he did. Simple. There were no sounds, no distractions, nothing to stop him. And sooner or later the ankle bracelet was in his hands. Now what? he thought. Then a whole different feeling washed over him. Like he was having some sort of epiphany or something. It was getting closer. Whatever it was, whoever it was, it was getting closer. If he closed his eyes, he knew for certain. Maybe a day before they actually reached the Ortu Cinis. Whoever they were. Aaron pocketed the bracelet. It wasn't safe. Not here, not in the castle, not under Klaus' care. But who? Not him. It contained too much power within it. She could barely even control it. Hide it. The thought came at him just like that. But where? Humans couldn't be trusted, and no way he could hide it someplace in the castle. If Klaus found out that the ankle bracelet was stolen from his room, he would have known right away who it was, considering that White Fang was pretty much a witness. Then his mind started flashing a red light. The Core. That place with the wolves and the goblins and the giants and"”well, everything. It was perfect. But how was he going to get in? Crap. He bet that was something his newly found mind hadn't thought of. The bracelet was felt suddenly heavy to Aaron, and he hesitated on whether this was the right thing to do. The feeling took over again, and the pull had started once more. So Aaron let his legs follow the pull. Out the front gate, the bracelet in his pocket, not even saying a word to anybody. He didn't know why the bracelet wasn't safe. He didn't know a lot the past couple of days. But it was just, you know, a feeling.
  10. Jayden watched as Aaron left the castle. He and Omar were about to freshly paint all the seats in the castle, but they'd run out of pain, and Jayden shooed Omar off to fetch some more. He was sitting on one of the window sills, just staring at this feet, when he heard White Fang and Aaron talking. He got up from his comfortable seat and eavesdropped on their conversation, also wondering why Aaron was by Klaus' room. When White Fang disappeared, Jayden considered going back to his window, but the temptation to read Aaron's thoughts was way too overwhelming. So he did. And he heard everything. The ankle bracelet, his preposition that something was going to happen, and him hiding off the bracelet someplace in the...what did he call it again? The Core? Never heard of it. It must be lame if I've never heard of it, he thought to himself, making him smirk. His smirk had disappeared when he saw Aaron making his way down the road, and into the forest, which set him off considering Aaron could fly. Jayden waited for Omar to come back so he could tell them and they could go after Aaron together. But he didn't want to lose tracking him. "I got the paint," Omar said behind him, almost making him jump. "You know, you could have helped. Shane was all up in my face about it and I swear I was going to freeze come candlesticks and shove them up his"”" "We have a change of plans."

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