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The Prophet's Daughter- Chapter 19
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Chapter 19- Ghost
The small, frightened girl ran right onto the bus and, practically slamming the door behind her, crashed onto the couch and laid there, face down. To add to her fear, the true inhabitants of the bus (well, only one of them since the others were out watching some of the other bands play) had heard the loud slam and went to go investigate. She heard the unfamiliar sounding footsteps and shot up onto her feet, only to see a smirking, scary-looking Chris Motionless looking at her.
“Abbie Biersack. It’s about time,” he said, looking the young girl up and down. His three lip piercings gleamed, smiling at her. Abbie bit her lip, her blue eyes painted with fear.
“Ch-Chris,” she stuttered. Her entire body started to shake. He narrowed his eyes thoughtfully and looked at her.
“Ok, I know I’m scary, but I’m not that scary,” he said, sitting down on the couch, “ and I know that you wouldn’t just break into a bus fo
The Prophet's Daughter- Chapter 18
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Chapter 18- A Colorful Reunion
The name echoed throughout the venue as if it was an empty house. He smiled, his straight raven hair in his eyes. Her heart pounded in her chest. Andy looked at the boy, then his daughter. Jinxx stopped playing and looked at both of them. Everybody backstage quietly mumbled to each other, everyone confused. The crowd murmured and looked around the venue, trying to figure out who the ‘Jess’ boy was.
“S-Sorry,” Abbie stuttered again, shaking her head. Andy walked over to her.
“Do you want to go?” he whispered. She shook her head.
“I can do the song,” she reassured him.
“Are you sure?”
“I owe it to them,” she replied, nodding towards the crowd. He nodded and told Jinxx to restart. This time, as she sang the song, she got more into it. She kept her eyes on him, and he watched her. The song was made for them, it was them. She loved it as much as they loved each other. She wasn’t on a