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Make Me Stronger

By Becky (UncaringCasualtyx)

Humor / Romance

Prologue: Falling Down

Here is the prologue for my new story: Make Me Stronger

Note: I will be naming the chapters after songs and they will either fit it completely, slightly or have nothing to do with the chapter at hand WHATSOEVER!

Disclaimer: I only own my OC's.

Prologue: Falling Down

/When you're falling down, the world starts spinning out... You...-Selena Gomez/

Six girls laughed as they walked down the street, leaving their school's football field and heading home. Their school had just won yet another game, and they were heading home to celebrate.

The first was Angel Mason. Older sister to two little girls, and the best friend of the five girls beside her. She had long, curly blonde hair, tan skin and beautiful hazel eyes. She stood at about 5' 6" Angel seemed to be the leader of the group almost. She cared for her family and friends like it seemed no other could, and would stop at nothing to ensure their safety and happiness. Though she did tend to have a agressive and sometimes even scary demeanor at some points, she, overall, was a kind, loving friend.

The second, directly to the right of Angel, was Bianca Taymon. Bianca was a short girl, but not the shortest, at 5' 2". She had long blonde hair, not curly like Angel's but very straight instead, and clear blue eyes. Bianca was hot headed, and had short temper, but she was a fun and kind person that many people got along with.

The third, to the right of Bianca, was Lily Edwards. Lily was second tallest, at 5' 9", and was quiet, but loud. Lily tended to keep out of many situations and was usually quiet, but when around people she trusted and was friends with, she was... Crazy lets say. Lily was a fun, trusting, all around great girl. She had dark brown hair, with a blonde streak in the front, on the left side, and dark, dark brown eyes. Her last boyfriend had described them as 'soulfull.'

The fourth, to the right of Lily, was Pebbles Woodson. Pebbles was the shortest girl there, at 5' 1". She had long, dark red hair, that was originally black but she had dyed it, and had chocolaty brown eyes, that many people, men and women alike, tended to lose themselves in. Pebbles, although small in size, had a huge heart, and loved meeting and befriending people. She did, however have her blonde moments.

The fifth, to the right of Pebbles, was Marley Quinston. Marley was also, Pebbles' cousin. Marley had short, curly, brown hair and pretty, light, brown eyes. She was about 5' 5". Marley was often looking after Pebbles, but didn't mind. She loved Pebbles and one was rarely seen without the other. Marley had another cousin, this time on her mother's side.

Farren Yately was the sixth and final girl in the group. She had curly blonde hair, and icy blue eyes. She was the tallest at 5' 11". Farren was joyful, sometimes hyperactive, carefree girl, who took life as seriously as a carefree girl could. (Not very some would say.) She loved her friends and family and, much like Angel and the rest of their friends, would do anything for them.

These six friends were about to go on the adventure of a lifetime. And find some love along the way.

Pebbles squeaked when she thought she heard something behind the trees next to them, and being the curious girl she is, went to investigate. "Be right back."

"Where are you going?" Angel asked.

"I thought I heard something."

"Pebbles!" Marley called after her, running towards the way Pebbles went when a scream was heard. The other four followed, just in time to see Marley fall down a hole.

"MARLEY!" Farren shouted, running over to the hole. When she reached it, she lost her balance and fell after her.

"FARREN!" Lily, Angel and Bianca all shrieked. The three ran over to the hole, and looked down. They couldn't hear their friend's screams anymore. They were probably dead.

Bianca pulled out her Samsung Galaxy and shined it down the hole. She couldn't see a bottom. She squeaked when it suddenly slipped through her fingers, and fell down the hole.

"MY GALAXY!" Bianca screeched, jumping in after it.

"BIANCA!" Lily and Angel both shouted.

"That girl is an idiot!" Lily growled.

Angel sighed and gave Lily a worried look as Bianca's shrieks suddenly faded into nothing.

Lily started pacing back and forth as she tried to think, and squeaked when she tripped over a root that she didn't see in the dark, and fell headfirst into the hole.

"LILY!" Angel screamed. In her haste to run over to the hole to see where her friend had gone, she also tripped, but on a stone this time, and fell down through the hole in the ground.

A light was seen through the trees, and a man with a doberman by his side, and a flashlight and hand walked into the clearing.

"Thought I heard screamin'." He mumbled, shining the light around through the darkness. He never noticed the Intensity 2 cellphone that sat near the hole, that once belonged to Angel Mason, and turned back, the dog trotting along beside him.

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