I’ve finally finished packing! Since I have some time to relax, I thought I should post a short teaser to the plot I posted Here. Let me know if I should continue or not. The Twilight stuff isn’t accurate, not that you care or anything. It’s awful, I’m sorry.
Edit: I absolutely hated the ending, so I changed it to something that made sense. I’m satisfied now. Also, they’re all High School aged[14-18]. Whether or not they’ll attend a High School is still being decided. Yeah, I forgot to mention that earlier.
Love Bites- Teaser: What’s Up With Teen Romances?
1st Person, Artemis POV.
Zombies. Out of the thousands of other things we could’ve been facing, we had zombies and we were surrounded.
“Hm, There are four of us and roughly twenty of them. We are in trouble.” Athena said.
“Thanks for pointing out the obvious, goddess of wisdom.” Hecate snapped in a sarcastic tone.
The next time I see Eros, I’m going to kill him.
Time Change: A few days earlier.
I’ve never understood Teen Romances. This one was about a depressed girl having to choose between a sparkly boy and another boy who’s always shirtless. I had no clue why I was being forced to watch this.
“The werewolf boy has ripped his shirt off again,” Athena announced, “That’s five times in the last ten minutes.”
The shirtless guy was a werewolf? Lycan has a lot more hair than he does.
“Ahh,” Aphrodite squealed, “He’s so shirtless!”
Hecate tried to get up and leave, but Aphrodite shoved her back in her chair.
“I don’t understand this,” Hestia said quietly.
The depressed girl and the sparkly boy leaned in for a kiss. “Eww,” I moaned, “Gross.”
Aphrodite gasped, “I have an idea,” She said, “Since none of you understand this movie how about I-”
‘Let you go’, Please say ‘let you go’.
“Fix you hair,” she continued, “There’s a certain goddess I know that has awful helmet hair…”
She continued to tell everyone their hair flaws, each followed by a five minute rant.
“…And that’s why you shouldn’t dye your hair purple, Hecate.” Aphrodite finished.
Hecate looked offended. She summoned a sharp object and lunged at the love goddess.
Athena pulled her back. “I know she frustrates you, but you can’t hurt her,” She said, “We are not allowed to get blood on the marble floors.”
“Oh, So I can get her in the courtyard?” Hecate asked.
“Aphrodite, Don’t you have to help Eros prepare for Valentine’s Day?” Hestia asked, trying to change the subject. Either she didn’t want a fight to break out, or she wanted to escape Aphrodite as badly as the rest of us.
“I do!” Aphrodite exclaimed, running toward the door, “Thank you for reminding me, Hestia.”
I looked at the other three girls, “Run,” I said.