On a rainy, stormy day in the Torrey Pines High School parking lot, Catherine and Zack were fighting like they always do, making a scene. Everybody knew that they were together because they were always fighting. You see, Catherine was a good girl who had a 4.0 gpa, and she was a very loving person who worked very hard. On the other hand, you had Zack who was a “bad boy,” and a big jock who didn’t care about school. He just adored all the attention he got from every girl. Catherine’s best friend was Liam; she went to Liam for everything like advice, attention, and comfort. Although, they both loved each other, neither of them were ever brave enough to say it; until now. “There they go again,” rambled Michael. “You would think, they would …show more content…
He felt a twinge of pity. She’d been stood up, again. There she sat, alone in a nice restaurant, dressed in her favourite black dress. Liam watched her reflection in a mirror and saw the sigh that gusted out of her mouth, she ruffled her hair and sat back in her chair and closed her eyes. It was finally time for Liam to make his move. While her eyes were still closed he cupped his hands around the back of her neck, and gradually rubbed his thumb under her right ear. She suddenly broke out into a smile and quickly turned to look over her shoulder. Liam stepped up to her side and watched her as her smile suddenly …show more content…
She then turned and and lifted her head to stare into his eyes, without saying a word. “What? Still mad at me?” taunted Liam. “I’m not mad at you! I’m mad at Zack. Mad at myself- or at least sickened with myself. Why can’t I find a guy who truly cares about me?” admitted Catherine. Taking a step closer she settled her body against his. He placed his chin on hers and rubbed her back. “Cat,” mumbled Liam, “ I have always loved you, and I know you have always thought I was joking, but I’m not, I love you more than anything in this whole world.” Catherine punched him on the shoulder and yelled in his face, “ You moron! Of course I love you. Why didn’t you ever tell me?” Laughing, Liam grabbed her arms and pulled her tightly to him. Slowly lowering his mouth to hers, he lightly whispered, “I thought you always thought of me as a big brother.” Catherine laughed, while she whispered, “Well, I guess things change.” Catherine finally found her true love and soul mate. She finally gave Liam the chance that he had always dreamed
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She looked weary. She spoke, her voice was flat. ‘I can’t say I approve of everything he does, Maudie, but he’s my brother, and I just want to know when this will ever end.’ Her voice rose: ‘It tears him to pieces. He doesn’t show it much, but it tears him to pieces.
They danced for an hour or two before Jacqueline started getting tired, slowing down into a smooth sway. “I love what you’re wearing.” Liam's friend commented, giving Jacqueline a stamp of approval. “Thanks,” she smiled just as the needle on her watch struck 11.
He does a quick scan around the room, making sure that no one else was around to hear the question before walking up to the female. “Oh gosh, what have gotten to you Chrissie?” Hern asks with obvious panic in his voice as he grabs Chrissie by her shoulder to maintain their eye contract. However, Chrissie looks away and takes a deep breath before return to their conversation. “I know that this is a bad thought to have in mind, but I can’t stand the way he treats us anymore!
I turn to flick off whoever just pushed me, only to see her face. The face that haunts me every time I walk into my room. Now as we sit on my bed, I found myself constantly looking down at her lips, magenta colored, hanging onto every word and wanting to repeat every syllable she speaks because she made everything sound so beautiful. “You good?” Dylan questioned with a little smirk.
Her identity as a round character, or one that develops throughout a novel, is evidnced by clear transntions of thought. From the beginning, to well into the middle, Cnady is protryaed as somehwt adulterated by negative concepts, siuch as racism, superiroty, and selfishness. However, by the end of the novel she is depicted to have reliqnushed some of the past’s ties. The most notable scenes is where Chandy firimls grpas the hand of her boyfriend when the elderdly men, with Mathu, leave to live their own lives. The embrace reveals Candy’s chsnign attidutde toward the sutbborness or strgnth of her past character, since she is emotionally telling hjer boyfriend, Lou Dimes, she is ready to begin a new life with him, somewhat diustat formthe events that transpired in the novel.
She finds herself finally admitting to him, “You know what I like about you,