Everyone thinks that the constant thunder storms are just the weather. But when a new mysterious boy comes to town Ever cant help but wonder who he is and why he is here. And how he knows about her secret.
"Hurry up! The storms coming," Ever panted, "Look there's the village hall, it should be open."
Ever ran up to the door and tried the handle. It was locked. She frantically searched her pockets for the key but couldn't find it. Ever was starting to panic but she then remembered that there was a spare key under the flower pot. She bent down and grabbed the key. She quickly put the key into the keyhole and turned it. Ever pushed open the door and hurried everyone inside. She quickly checked outside to make sure that everyone had got in but thats when she saw it. The dark red and black clouds, tumbling through the afternoon light, getting closer and closer to the village hall. She slammed the door closed and locked it so no one and nothing could enter.
She turned and entered the main hall. There were groups of teenagers dotted around. Some were crying on each others shoulders, scared of the thunder. Some were shouting and laughing, thinking all of it was fun. And others just sat together only talking in quiet whispers, making sure that no one else could hear their conversation.
"Hey guys, listen up," shouted Ever, but nobody could hear her over the loud booming of the thunder.
"Hey, the girl said listen up," someone shouted.
Everyone went silent and turned to look at where the voice had come from. In the center of the stage was the most handsome guy that Ever had ever seen. He stood with his arms folded and his legs spread apart. He looked a year or two older than Ever but she didn't care, she just continued to stare at the mysterious boy.
"Thank you. Now listen to the girl. She is the one that has let us all in here to keep shelter from the storm. Give her some of the respect that she deserves," the boy called.
As everyone turned to face Ever, she continued to stare at the boy. His voice so magical but filled with power. Ever kept looking until she realised that the boy was looking straight at her. She quickly diverted her attention to the rest of the room and saw that everyone was looking at her, waiting for her to talk.