Rivers and Rayne

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Rayne is not your typical teenager. She is quiet, shy, keeps to herself whenever she is
around other people. She has spends her days feeling like an outsider, like something about her
was different then the other girls in her class. It wasn't always that way, at one time she
seemed just as normal as the rest of the girls. Her whole life took a turn as she was just
about to enter high school, her father left then her mother died and she was sent to live
with her Great Aunt. A strange, old women who has a creepy cat and a strange home.
Starting the day she arrived, strange and unusual things began to happen to Rayne... and
this is her story.

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Rivers and Rayne

Submitted: December 31, 2008

Rayne is not your typical teenager. She is quiet, shy, keeps to herself whenever she is
around other people. She has spends her days feeling like an outsider, like something about her
was different then the other girls in her class. It wasn't always that way, at one time she
seemed just as normal as the rest of the girls. Her whole life took a turn as she was just
about to enter high school, her mother died and she was sent to live with her Great Aunt. Jeana was strange, old women with an even stranger home.
Starting the day she arrived, strange and unusual things began to happen to Rayne. This is her story.
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Submitted: January 01, 2009

Monday came sooner then Rayne was hoping. Before her living situation had really sunk in, she found herself making the five block walk to... Read Chapter

Submitted: January 02, 2009

The rest of the day went fairly smoothly. Annie showed her around where all of her class rooms were and where the lunch room and other ex... Read Chapter

Submitted: January 14, 2009

It was almost six thirty by the time Rayne was able to sneak away from her aunt and friends. She quickly snatched her bag up from the bot... Read Chapter

Submitted: January 17, 2009

The moon hung high in the heavens, sprinkling its light down through the trees to the earth below. A light breeze blew, making the leaves... Read Chapter

Submitted: February 04, 2009

Rayne sat listening to Annie talk about the up and coming Drama Club auditions. Truthfully she found that she was only half listening to ... Read Chapter

Submitted: April 24, 2009

Three lamps lit the room as the ticking sound of the large grandfather clock echoed through the air. A large antique painting hung over t... Read Chapter

Submitted: April 25, 2009

The starlight twinkled lightly over the forest as the moon blanketed the area in a warm glow. Rayne looked around and saw that it was the... Read Chapter

Submitted: April 26, 2009

The days to follow continuously surprised Rayne. She had been expecting to find Joshua not paying attention to the work they had to do to... Read Chapter

Submitted: April 27, 2009

A couple of months had gone by and Rayne found that it was now the beginning of December, and the ground was softly blanketed in snow. Th... Read Chapter

Submitted: April 27, 2009

“Merry Christmas” The door was only open a crack, just enough for Josh to see Rayne standing on his door step with a present in h... Read Chapter

Submitted: April 28, 2009

The morning sun peaked between the break between the curtains and moved across the hard wood floor. The warm beam settled on Rayne’s le... Read Chapter

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