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Broken Forever (Chapter Two)It started with the Juniors.Broken Forever (Chapter Two) by ~TwilightFanFiction
I felt a ton of eyes staring me down as everyone walked by to their next class. Eric told them I was a student starting tomorrow, and suddenly I was crowded. People squeezed in left and right, all trying to see if the story was true. "Whoa"'s and "Oh my gosh"'es echoed from the walls as the entire student body went dead quiet.
I shifted my weight uneasily, looking up from the floor and giving a small smile to the crowd. Most of them smiled back gently, others couldn't stop staring.
Eric cleared his throat, "This is Grace. You'll have plenty of time to talk to her tomorrow, unless you'd rather scare her away."
I laughed silently as everyone rushed off to class, "How'd you do that?"
"Are you kidding? This is Forks, and they'll bomb you with questions tomorrow. No one would want to scare a new student off."
I giggled. That seemed really silly, considering how I was a complete nobody before. I had a feeling it wouldn't last long.
Good. I'd rather everyone get i
Broken Forever"Please, please, please, Mrs. Cope! I know I can do something, please don't make me switch!"Broken Forever by ~TwilightFanFiction
One of my first lines of my first day at Forks High School. Of course the they would notice me picking up my schedule.
"I'm sorry, sweetie, but with your condition, I don't think gym class would be a very good idea." She looked so sympathetic.
"At least give me a chance! I can throw and catch! I could shoot a basketball, or keep score..." I kept pleading. Just because I couldn't run, didn't mean I couldn't do other things. I hated being weak.
Mrs. Cope sighed and smiled gently, getting up from her small desk and coming over to put a hand on my shoulder. "I'll tell you what. We'll try it, but if Coach Clapp thinks it's too dangerous, we'll have to pull you out. How does that sound?"
I felt my face brighten up. "Really? Thank you, thank you, thank you!" I hugged her awkwardly and smiled as hugely as I could manage without it hurting.
She smiled bigger, her eyes sparkling ever so slightly. "Why do