By Suzanne Young
All of us are looking to be remembered. Charlotte's future is to be forgotten. Charlotte's ally thinks Charlotte may be psychic. Her boyfriend thinks she's dishonest on him. yet Charlotte is familiar with what is fairly improper: She is without doubt one of the Forgotten, one of those angel in the world who feels the Need—a strong, uncontrollable draw to assist anyone, often a stranger. yet Charlotte by no means sought after this accountability. What she wishes is to assist her ally, whose lifestyles is spiraling uncontrolled. She desires to lie in her boyfriend's hands eternally. yet because the want grows greater, it starts off to take a deadly toll on Charlotte. And who she was once, is, and may become—her mark in this earth, her very existence—is in jeopardy of disappearing thoroughly. Charlotte should be compelled to decide on: should still she include her destiny as a Forgotten, a destiny that grants to tear her from the lives of these she loves perpetually? Or is she keen to struggle opposed to her destiny—no subject how darkish the implications?
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I’m just kidding about the playing-house stuff. I know you’re going to be great at whatever you do,” she says, sounding suddenly sentimental. I look at her. ” She crinkles her nose. ” I don’t respond. Daddy conversations are something that Sarah usually reserves for alcohol-induced moments. She glances away just as the sun pokes out from the clouds, only staying for a second before fading behind the tall buildings. “Anyways,” she says with a heavy sigh. ” I shake my head. ” Sarah says, flipping her hair over her shoulder.
My temples are already starting to throb. “Yeah,” Harlin says, fishing in his jeans pocket and pulling out a ten. He gives his order and I stare at the TV, not really able to hear it. My ears are plugged. I’m running out of time, but I don’t want Harlin to notice. I want to be with him. Jeremy takes the money and heads toward the back bedroom to get dressed. “Chinese? I’ll come with,” Henry calls, but then pauses to look at us, one eyebrow raised. Harlin laughs and puts his arm around me. “Don’t even say it,” he warns.
I’m trying to act normal so I don’t scare her, but I know if I don’t say it the Need won’t go away. “Maureen,” I whisper, unable to keep the words inside anymore. “The baby’s not well. You need to see the doctor. ” Her face twists in both terror and anger, but I can tell that she knows; that maybe she’s known for a while that something is wrong. She shakes her head at me, her voice rising slightly. “What? . ” Her lips begin to tremble and I can see the familiar glazed look in her eyes. The same look they all get when the knowledge hits them.
A Need So Beautiful by Suzanne Young