Hidden Trust Within the Enemy

Started: December 3, 2002

Chapter 2

*Jordan's POV*

"Bye, bye honey," Michelle said hugging me while burying her head in my chest. I smiled at my girlfriend contently and replied, "Mmmmm..later babygirl." I kissed her forehead lightly and pushed her gently towards her house. Michelle glanced back at me before walking off into her house.

Damn. She is so gorgeous. I don't know how I ended up with her. Her tanned long legs and slim figure just made me shiver when looking at her. But, she was a total airhead. Totally clueless at times. But that's a blond. What more could I ask for though? All I need is a hot chick then I'm happy or am I kidding myself? I sighed and walk towards my thinking turf.

I swatted at the mosquito that was trying to steal my blood. I trudged through the trampled trail and breath in the fresh air. It filled me with energy and peace. I stepped into the opened area, and stopped suddenly.

A girl was already lying there in the center. From where I stood, the trees seem to bow down to her. The sun's rays shined down upon her as if she was an angel of god. Even with all the dirt and sadness surrounding her, she still glowed with an inner aura, an aura of inner beauty and hope unknowingly.

Her eyes were closed and her lips were curled into a small content smile. Awwww…she's so cute. What the hell? Guys DO NOT say cute. She is a girl. So? So that gives me the right to say she's cute. Uh-huh. I reasoned with my self. The girl was pale and her hair was silky black. She wasn't dressed in designer clothing, but in clothes that covered her body. She was average. She was nowhere near my Michelle's good looks.

I couldn't help but smile. I backed up and sat down under the shade of the trees and watched her silently. For some reason, her presence made me feel calm, and nothing else in the world mattered as long as I had her around. She calmed my inner spirit something Michelle didn't do. In fact, Michelle had me energetic all the time and if I was tired, I could never rest. My hormones took over me. I can't say the girl was ugly. If she cleaned herself up and dressed in more feminine clothes, she could stand a chance with Michelle. Geezus Christ, what am I saying? I'm comparing some stranger to my babygirl. I'm losing it. Eventually, I stopped studying her and leaned back into the tree and drifted in and out of sleep.


In about an hour or so, the girl started to stir. She rubbed her eyes in this graceful manner and yawned. I couldn't help, but grin at this sight of her.

Suddenly, she noticed me. She froze in fear. It shocked me. I didn't look that scary, did I? Fine, who wouldn't be freaked out when you find some stranger next to you staring at you. She quickly scrambled to her feet and started running through the trees and bushes like a nymph or druid of the forest. I couldn't help but wonder why she ran off like that. I wondered if there was another reason besides the fact that some stranger was next to her. There had to be. I was so sure of myself. I wanted to help her. I was convinced something else was scaring her. I desperately wanted to hug her tightly and tell her that I would protect her. I don't know why, but I'm getting attached to her without actually knowing her yet I feel like I've known her my whole life.

In her rush, she left a notebook.

A/N: wow, finally update. Well now you get to see the other's person's point of view. :P a guy too :D

StEvesTimeForLove: Hey, ya I'm planning to continue it. I hope to get a few chaps over winter breaks =0) ::smilez:: thx for review ^.^

x-Laurie-x: hehe..i write more quickly..actually I do..it's just that im too lazy to type it up =/ neways, thanks for review.