Two Halves to One Soul

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In a place with to many secrets and lies, fights around every corner between schoolmates, where families are pinned against each other, two very different kids, who also hate each other, form an unlikely bond, formed by trust, truth, teamwork, and love. Kaius and Samantha are not friends, but unforseen circumstances, forces them to put up with each other 24/7.

Drama / Action
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Chapter 1

"Yo Super Geek, what are you doing today? Gonna read in class, or maybe do some homework at lunch?"

Kaius walked to Samantha and knocked her books out of her arms.He took her glasses and snapped them in half, tossing them onto the ground.

"You son of a bitch! Why can't you just leave me alone?!" Yelled Samantha

"Because I don't want to. Is that a good enough awnser for you?"

"No it's not. I need a reason, but let me guess, you're not gonna give me one, are you?" They just stared at each other for a minute. "That's what I thought." Samantha stormed off towards her locker to get her stuff and leave.

Her phone started to ring in her pocket.


"Sammy, honey, it's mom."

"Hey Mom. What is it?"

"I was just letting you know that my friends son is going to be coming to stay with us for a while, so I need you to let him in. I will be working late, and your father left on his business trip this morning. Can you do that?"

"No problem Mom. Love you, bye."

Samantha hung up and put her phone in her pocket. She grabbed her bag out of her locker, and walked out of the school.

The walk home was nice and quiet, a nice change from her long day at school.

She got home and went up to her room. She put her bag on her bed and set her homework on her desk.

She went downstairs to watch the television. About an hour later the doorbell rang.

"That must be him."

She went to the door and opened it. Who she saw on the other side was someone she hated with every bone in her body.

"Hell, fucking, no!"

She went back and sat on the couch. After a few minutes she sighed. "Don't stand there like a fucking moron, come in and shut the door. You're letting the goddamn cold air out." She said angrily.

Kaius came in and shut the door before she yelled at him more. He stood there, not knowing where to go.

Samantha got up off the couch. "Follow me." She took him up the stairs and down the hallway. "Guest room." She pointed to the door they stopped at. "Bathroom." She gestured to the door across from the guest room. "If you get hungry, help yourself to what's in the kitchen, but if you touch my fucking cocoa puffs, you will not live to see morning. Do we understand each other?"

Kaius nodded his head.

"Good. Now I'll be in my room, do not bother me for anything, and I, mean, anything. Goodbye." Samantha walked into her room and slammed the door. She plopped onto the bed, and fell into a restless sleep.

Samantha woke up a little while later to the sound of people yelling, "Chug! Chug! Chug! Chug!"

She walked downstairs to find Kaius drinking from a beer keg.

"What the hell!"

Kaius stood up. "Oh! Your mom called, said I could have a few friends over."

"You call this a few!" Samantha yelled. "There is like forty people in my house!"

"Oh come on. Have one drink before you kick everyone out? Please? Geek."

"You know what. Give me that fucking cup." Samantha took the cup and drank all the contents.

She had another, and another, and another, until she couldn't keep count. She could barely walk in a straight line, and the room was spinning.

The last thing she sees before passing out is that she's in the bathroom, and someone is trying to get her pants off. Kaius busts the door down, and attacks the guy who was there. And then, nothing.

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