The Meteor Rush

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
What can you get in a small town where Elisabeth Smith lives?
1. Gentlemen
2. No hair gel
3. Darwin Wales, everything a small town shouldn't have.

The moment Lisa locked her eyes with Darwin Wales she knew something was wrong... and yet it felt so right. There was something in him that implied she shouldn't know and shouldn't want to know about him. But the more she was sure he hated her, the more she wanted to know about him.

The dreams started then, and nothing really make sense to Lisa after that. It was all she could do to convince herself that she wasn't going crazy. And through all those times she spent with Darwin Wales, she also had to deal with her own heart's confusion over Anthony Lee, a rich boy who had fell together with her in the high school love drama

Lisa know someone must have the answer for all of this. And that someone was the one whom she was sure disliked her, the one who showed up in the most unexpected times.

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The Meteor Rush

Submitted: May 21, 2014

What can you get in a small town where Elisabeth Smith lives?
1. Gentlemen
2. No hair gel
3. Darwin Wales, everything a small town shouldn't have.

The moment Lisa locked her eyes with Darwin Wales she knew something was wrong... and yet it felt so right. There was something in him that implied she shouldn't know and shouldn't want to know about him. But the more she was sure he hated her, the more she wanted to know about him.

The dreams started then, and nothing really make sense to Lisa after that. It was all she could do to convince herself that she wasn't going crazy. And through all those times she spent with Darwin Wales, she also had to deal with her own heart's confusion over Anthony Lee, a rich boy who had fell together with her in the high school love drama

Lisa know someone must have the answer for all of this. And that someone was the one whom she was sure disliked her, the one who showed up in the most unexpected times. Read Chapter

Submitted: May 21, 2014

Chapter 2   To be an orphan was never an easy thing for me. But thanks to my mom’s sister, Aunt Betty and her husband Uncl... Read Chapter

Submitted: May 24, 2014

Chapter 3   The warm breeze of the waves swept around us. The strands of my hair were dangling in the air, blown by the wind... Read Chapter

Submitted: May 26, 2014

Chapter 4   These weird aftermaths of dreams had been bugging and draining me these days—both mentally and physically. The... Read Chapter