Mother Nature's a guy?!

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
Hope is like any other teenager. She's rebelious, hates school, and occasionally sleeps with a stuffed animal. There is only one thing that sets her apart from the rest: she has a friend claiming to be Mother Nature! And on top of that, he's a guy!! With a wish at stake, will she choose to indulge in it or to lose a friendship as unique as he is?
A story of romance, friendship, and what it means to really care for someone...

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Mother Nature's a guy?!

Submitted: June 28, 2008

Hope is like any other teenager. She's rebelious, hates school, and occasionally sleeps with a stuffed animal. There is only one thing that sets her apart from the rest: she has a friend claiming to be Mother Nature! And on top of that, he's a guy!! With a wish at stake, will she choose to indulge in it or to lose a friendship as unique as he is?
A story of romance, friendship, and what it means to really care for someone... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

“Was a woman.” “What do you mean?” I asked a bit confused. “Was a woman. She was my mother.” “Your mother?” Okay,... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

"You can't have him," I barked. "Ooo... Is that a twinge of jealousy I see?" Amber said, sarcastically. "Shut up. I didn't call you h... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

Fishing through my father’s closet, I continuously pulled out clothes, throwing them behind me and into the arms of Angelo. My father w... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

"My mother was great. She had blue eyes; as blue as the sea! And her hair, oh her hair! Even a gentle wind would send it flying; it was a... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

“You’ve really grown, Hope.” Mom noticed, as we casually walked in the park. A cold front seemed to be coming and the wind might ha... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

“Hey Dad, I’m gonna go!” I yelled, sliding down the stair banister, my jacket clutched in my clammy palms. If Angelo was out there,... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

"Where should we start looking?" Amber asked, shuffling through the maps laid out on the table. I gazed around, suspecting any peering ey... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

A dim light scattered its self across the bedroom walls, as I clicked on the lamp. Amber trudged past me and took a sit on my bed. She lo... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

It was as if the tree were going to rip into a million, tiny pieces, and I as well. The sky was no longer dark, fully illuminated by the ... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

The doctor had told me that would be a while before I could walk normal again. I didn’t argue with him, thinking he was being logical a... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

“You did that, didn’t you?” I asked roughly. The dream, it had felt so real; everything little thing that I had felt had been real.... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

“I’ve got food for the little patient!” Amber chimed, strolling into the living room. Her stilettos seemed in contrast with her nav... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 28, 2008

All I could do was stare. My breathing became rugged; my heart began to beat fast. She was asking—no--ordering me to help find her brot... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 22, 2010

If someone had previously warned me of this agonizing moment, I would have never believed them. I would have probably laughed out of my o... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 22, 2010

In an instant, Gella flipped over onto her feet. She seemed a bit dazed, staggering backwards. But soon, that thought disappeared, replac... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 22, 2010

My forehead creased. How strange that Gella was wasting her time on me—that I was even worth the trouble. What did she think she would ... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 22, 2010

I was feverishly warm. Every ounce of me was on fire. Every blood cell, every molecule felt as if they would evaporate into steam. Never ... Read Chapter

Submitted: June 22, 2010

It was an eerie feeling that plagued me, sweat drops beading on my forehead. I had killed Gella…barely. The thought that maybe I wasn... Read Chapter

Epilogue

Submitted: June 22, 2010

5 years later The blazing sun struck hard down upon my neck, small beads of sweat already appearing. “Why’d you come with me if y... Read Chapter

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