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Forbidden Love

By Na_E9384

Drama / Other

Chapter 1

Cole always had something to hide. And he always hid it well. But there is one thing that he has been keeping a secret for a while. Cole is sort of a brat sometimes. He is the type of person that loves to joke around and just be himself.

On the other hand, there was his twin. he looked at Matthew as the younger twin rather than the oldest. He was always jealous of Matthew. Matthew is the better looking twin between them. Cole thought that Matthew had a better love life than him. Truth, neither one of them had a love life.

Aaron, who is the third oldest, is always caught in between. he was always the serious one. as much as he loved all of brothers, he could never choose one over the other. Choosing is one of the hardest things he hates doing.

Being the youngest of all, he hated it. Will was always left out. Whatever activity it was, his brothers never acknowledged him. He felt like he was the odd one out. He just wished that he could have it all.

"Will are you coming down for dinner or not?" Cole replied. Will stood in front of his window, looking out at anything.

"I'm coming." His attitude coming out.

"Sheesh. Don't need to snap at me.' Cole left him and went downstairs not waiting. He didn't have time to wait around for Will. After a few seconds later, Will left his room and walked downstairs.

"About time you came."

"Aaron! That's enough coming out of you. We have heard enough swearing from you lately." Their dad interjected.

"I'm sorry. I just thought that all we ever do is wait for him." Cole nd Matthew who were sitting on the other side of the table, were snickering at something that was funny. The three of them just sat at the table waiting to be served their dinner while their mom was getting the food out. Will stood up to help his mom to get everything set up.

Dinner was eaten in silence. No more than two words came from Aaron, Matthew and Cole. An occasional nod was provided from time to time. the three of them were about to leave the kitchen after dinner, when they were stopped by their parents.

"Why can't Will do it?"

"Because Will is the only one who ever cleans. The three of you could start." Their mom answered back.

"Well we all know that Will is a spoiled selfish loser." Aaron retorted. Cole snickered from behind him.

"And I suppose that you would love to earn another week of being grounded." Their dad smiled.

"Are you fucking kidding me?!"

"Hey! Watch your languge." Dad barked out.

"I can't believe you're grounding me for another week dad." Aaron whined.

"Well, taking you're mother's car out for a joy ride and getting drunk is not a good enough reason to ground you."

"Pretty much."

"You're not off the hook. Or do you want me to add another week for you?"

"Two weeks is good enough." He gritted his teeth as he glared at Will. He was about to say something to him, but he was gone in seconds before he could say anything.

Will was sprawled out onto his stomach on his bed. He grabbed his laptop after he finished his homework. He opened up his chat to find any of his friends online. There wasn't any at that moment. He flipped his screen into something else and searched the web for something to do. A blinking window indicated that he had an incoming message. He clicked on it and saw that it was his best friend.

-Hey Will!

-Hey T, what's up?

-Not much. Just trying to finish this stupid history paper. I don't have one word written down and it's due tomorrow.

-Yikes. You're in trouble.

-I know. How about you?

-Finished a long time ago.

-You're such a dork.

-Thanks Tad.

-Your welcome. Hey man, I'm gonna try to get this done. Want to meet up tomorrow before class starts?

-Sure.

-Cool. Talk to you tomorrow.

Will closed the window after they finished with their conversation. He browsed for a little bit longer before he got bored. As he got up and stretched, he checked out the time on his bedside table. It was eight the last time he checked and now it was ten thirty. He couldn't believe that he spent over two hours on his computer.

Well, the majority of it was spent on his project. He closed his computer and walked into the bathroom in his room. He splashed his face with water to feel relaxed. He took his time getting under the covers and closing the light.

The last light that shut off, was in Will's room. After the last light was shut off, he opened his window quietly. Cole made sure that there was no one outside his door and closed it.

"Cole?" Someone replied in the dark.

"I'm right here." He walked over to the person. He silenced her before he took her shirt in his hands and took it off. They slid under the covers once they were naked. Letting their bodies become one in the night.
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