Obsession ch44.Obsession ch4 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Roxas mulled over the lunch room conversation the rest of the day at school. He gazed out the classroom window and thought hard about what Pence had said. Had there really been murders at the house? People going crazy? If that was true, wouldnt the people who sold them the house have told them? Roxas inwardly chuckled. Of course not, then his mom wouldnt have bought the house.
Still, he couldnt let himself believe that the house was haunted. It was just that creepy, isolated house that nobody went near if they could help it because of the Boogie man lurking inside. Every town had one. It just so happened that he was living in this one.
After school was over, Roxas got on the bus, and noticed that Hayner and Pence would not make eye contact with him. Great, he thought, now Im the cursed kid. As if living so far out of town didnt make it difficult enough to make friends. Roxas plopped down in an empty seat and prepared himself for
Obsession ch66.Obsession ch6 in Fan Fiction More Like This
Axel and Roxas had been talking for what seemed like an eternity when the faint sound of a door opening and closing radiated up the stairs.
Roxas, Im home! And I brought Chinese! Roxas visually perked up at this. He had told Axel earlier that he loved Chinese food. Axels spirit fell slightly, knowing that his Roxas that he had been with for hours now would have to leave him for a short time. Any time away form the boy now would surely be torture.
Ill be right down mom! Roxas yelled out his bedroom door. He turned to Axel. I guess Ill see you in a bit. I need to get down there before she steals all of the chicken fried rice. And with that, Roxas exited the room and made his way downstairs for supper. Axel wished that he could go with him, and he knew what he had to do.
Something that Axel had discovered over the years was that any mirrors that the inhabitants brought into the house could also be manipulated by him, though he
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Roxas smacked his alarm clock at 5:30 am the next morning. Getting up this early every day just to make it to school on time was not going to be fun. He swung his legs over the side of the bed and his feet touched the cold wooden floor. Crap, hed forgotten to take out his slippers. Roxas staggered down the hallway to the bathroom to take a shower. Luckily he remembered to keep it cold, or else he probably would have passed out on the shower floor. Yeah, theres a way to go; drowned in a puddle of water in the shower.
When Roxas exited the shower he wrapped a towel around his waist and walked back to his room. His mom wouldnt be up for at least another hour yet, so he didnt have to worry about running into her.
Re-entering his room, Roxas walked over to the armoire and picked out his clothes for the day. He made sure that he had all of his school stuff together before getting dressed, because he knew he would forget it if he didnt do it now. After Roxas w