The girl with wings
- Genre: Fantasy
- Author: Bravery
- Chapters: 5
- Status: Ongoing
- Age Rating: 16+
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On their first date after the breakup with his ex-girlfriend, Thomas and Stefany are surprised to see a winged being pass over them while having an intimate moment at the Suanville golf course. The surprise leaves them stunned, unable to describe what they had just seen, but that's not all. Thomas realizes that after her date collapses on the floor, half-naked, she never remembers seeing him. Their suspicions come when the local guard helps them, and tells Thomas to forget about the girl, as she will never remember him again. The next day, the surprises do not stop, because having a conversation with the Sheriff’s daughter, he discovers that the same thing happened to her just for the fact of writing a love letter to him. She gives the letter to him, but tells him that after losing her memories, she also lost interest in giving it to him, as did her feelings for him. When he gets home, confused by it and by the fact that his parents and sister suddenly moved to New York, leaving him alone, he is surprised to find that in his house there is a lying on the floor, unable to speak to him, until after hugging him and choosing his name after that, Amazingly, he read a book in a tiny fraction of a second.
"Sabrina and Sofia are in the bathroom," the note Derek had passed to Thomas under his seat read, so that Professor Stigman wouldn't see them. Thomas crumpled the note in his fist and put it in his bag, not giving it much importance. Seconds later, the bell rang, and that's when he realized that the whole school knew about the two girls. His classmates rushed out of the classroom and ran to the girls' bathroom. Some girls went in and came out a few minutes later. "No one's there," Emma said to the crowd. Boos and jeers could be heard in disappointment as almost the entire school was outside the bathroom. Behind Thomas was Sofia, and Sabrina was on the other side of the crowd. "How does she do it?" Derek asked Thomas as they left school and walked towards Littlecoffe, the small restaurant in town. "I don't know," he replied as he looked at the photos Clarke Sprout had uploaded to his social media on his phone. Sofia was Thomas's ex-girlfriend. Two weeks ago, she had broken up with him after confessing that she liked another guy who was less attractive than he was, which still drove him crazy just thinking about it. It was even worse knowing that she was lying, as she actually liked a girl, Sabrina, with whom she was rumored to have relationships in various parts of the school, although no one had discovered them yet. They sat at Littlecoffe. Thomas ordered a chocolate milkshake while Derek ordered a smoothie. The latter couldn't take his eyes off the waitress, Stefany. She had graduated last year and had been working here ever since. Her parents had died several years ago, so she lived alone in their house. "Are you coming to Charlie's party?" Derek asked Thomas. He shook his head; he hadn't been in the mood since the breakup. Derek was annoyed by that, as he only saw him at school, rejecting him every time he invited him out of the house. Thomas wasn't the typical introverted guy who considered his room his only refuge. He liked parties, going out, drinking occasionally, and especially... hooking up. His only mistake was falling in love with the wrong person, although he often thought that, instead of love, it could have been emotional dependence on Sofia. What Thomas didn't know when he met her was that she was an expert manipulator who could make her victims lose their minds over her. With his hand, he pushed a lock of his brown hair from his face, tucking it behind his ear. He didn't notice, but Stefany couldn't take her eyes off him while he did, even if it was just for a few seconds. "You can't be like this forever," Derek scolded him as he got up to go to the bathroom. Often at night, while listening to music and enjoying the melody, he thought about how a woman had changed his life to a certain extent, causing him to lose the taste for the things he loved most. "You should go out with another girl," Stefany suggested as she collected the glasses and charged him for the smoothie and milkshake. "Do you have anyone in mind?" Thomas asked her as he handed her the bill. "Keep the change if you have the answer."
She smiled, took the glasses and didn't return until after Derek came back from the bathroom, who was questioning her for having paid since he was supposed to have invited her. Stefany approaches the table again and hands Thomas a piece of paper wrapped up. She smiles at him and then goes to attend to the couple in the back.
"What's going on here?" Derek asks, smiling, praying to God that it's an indecent proposal from the waitress.
Thomas opens the piece of paper and realizes that it's Stefany's phone number. Derek sees it too.
"Friend!" he yells, luckily Stefany was concentrated taking the order and didn't hear him. "You have to hook up with her tonight, no doubt about it. It's your chance to forget about Sofia. Don't waste your time."
Thomas was considering it willingly. Although he stopped when he turned and saw his future date's thick legs, as well as her thin waist, which could still be appreciated even with the Littlecoffe uniform on. He only regretted not being able to see more than that. Her breasts were not that big, but he never gave importance to that.
"I'll call her," he says turning back to Derek.
Derek throws him a proud smile and pats his shoulder.
After a while, the small restaurant is empty, except for them. The lady who delivered the orders came in to rest a little.
"My mom is calling me," Derek tells Thomas, showing him the incoming call from Mrs. Johansson on his cellphone. "I'll see you outside," he gets up and leaves the restaurant to answer the call next to a parked car outside.
Stefany realizes that she's alone with the guy she's been crushing on for months. She approaches and cleans the table with a cloth.
"So, what's up?" she asks Thomas, leaning very close to him, trying to provoke him.
"We'll take a walk tonight," he says. "Do you like the golf course?" he suggests.
She happily nods her head while intentionally dropping the cloth to the floor behind her. She turns around, giving her back to Thomas and leans down as far as she can to pick it up. Thomas saw what he wanted to see: her butt.
She turns to look at him sideways and catches him staring, unaware that she's observing him.
"We'll meet on Adams Street," she says as she walks to clean the tables at the back.
Before she reaches them, she turns to look at him. He looks back. She turns her back again and lifts the skirt of her uniform, letting Thomas see her red lace lingerie.
He sighs and laughs, trying to look away, even though he didn't want to. Stefany lowers her uniform and responds with a smile while she continues to clean the other tables.
"See you," Thomas says after standing up and grabbing the door handle to exit.
The girl nods again.
He goes out and sees his friend who just hung up with his mom.
"Is everything okay?" he asks.
"It's nothing," he replies.
They usually went back home in Thomas' father's car, but today he needed it for a meeting in New York. Although, Suanville's streets were not that long anyway. This time, they walked back home.
"Are you going on a date?" asks Liz, his sister, seeing him combing his hair in the mirror in the living room.
"Stop bothering," he slaps the air at her. He finishes getting ready and leaves through the door. His mother is so engrossed in her novel that she didn't even notice he left. Adams Street wasn't too far away. He arrived in less than 15 minutes. He sat on a bench nearby, waiting for his date while texting with Derek, who was telling him that Charlie's party was very good, suggesting he should come after the date. Finally, he sees her coming. Black, straight hair combed to one side. She was wearing a white dress with a neckline. Her eyes were black as night, and her gaze was as captivating as if she were Aphrodite herself. She arrives and sits next to Thomas. "Hi," she says almost sighing. She couldn't stop looking into the eyes of the boy she had liked since she saw him that weekend at the end of last summer. "Hell