Alone in the FireI grinned as I gazed out the window at the night sky. There were a couple of stars twinkling behind the array of houses, blinking like diamonds.Alone in the Fire11 hours ago in Romance More Like This
“Beautiful night, isn’t it?” Austin placed a hand on my shoulder. My heart leaped. It had been awhile since he and I got to spend quality time together (We had been dating in secret for nearly a year now).
“Yes. It sure is,” I smiled in agreement. We had just completed another tour with Judy and Johnny last week, traveling and performing all over the world. We performed in New York City, Sicily, Madrid, Tanzania, and even Antarctica. But for now, we were all just taking a break. By this point, I was starting to gain confusing feelings for Austin.
Eventually, my eyes began to feel heavy. My eyelids were staring to feel like lead.
No Echo. Don’t you even think about falling asleep.
But I couldn’t listen to my mind this time. My body felt lifeless, which was pretty unusual for an electrified girl like me.