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The Hooded Figure By Natasha Larson Characters: 4909

Updated: 2018-06-05 03:55

Trey drove me to work in his Camaro after school today. I kissed Trey on the cheek as a sign of friendship and I headed into the restaurant. Suddenly, Asher rushed out of the cute little Italian diner with a scowl on his face. I didn't understand what was happening until Asher threw a right hook at Trey. I didn't know Trey could fight, but he ducked as if he'd been expecting it.

Then, Trey took his chance to throw a punch right at Asher's face. With Asher holding his nose that was streaming blood, he delivered a blow to his stomach, causing Ash to double over.

I knew I should've just let them battle it out and stand back, but just because I was Asher's girlfriend, doesn't mean that I wanted them getting hurt. Quickly, before Trey could hurt him any further, I jumped in between the two of them.

Trey's flying fist stopped centimetres from my face and I breathed a sigh of relief. "Amy, move." Trey ordered, but I didn't budge.

"Don't hurt him, " I said, facing Ash's body on the pavement of the parking lot. He wasn't unconscious, he was just clutching his stomach. "He's my boyfriend." I cringed as Trey flinched.

"Oh, so this is the guy that you chose over me" Trey laughed, looking at Asher with disdain. "You really lowered your standards..." Trey muttered with a smirk on his hooded face. Faster than I thought possible, Asher was on his feet and his hands tucked inside of Trey's hood. I guess Trey's self esteem wasn't as low as I thought it

diot. I was only doing that to protect you." Trey defended, getting up from his car and standing face to face with me.

"I know, it's just..." I trailed off. "I have to get to work."

He sighed and pulled his hood back up, throwing me a longing gaze. He walked to his car door and sat down. I hadn't moved because I was still in a daze, smiling sadly. Suddenly, he honked at me, causing me to jump at least three feet into the air.

I glared at him and he smirked, the shadow covering most of his face. I walked into the diner as he drove off. I used the bathroom before my shift started and I looked I'm the mirror and wondered Asher and Trey both saw in me. My plain brown hair, my normal features, not too skinny; not necessarily fat either. Everything except for my glowing green eyes were average.

I sighed and left the bathroom, tying an apron around my waist and waiting for the restaurant to fill up.

You know, something you build around something important?

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