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Forbidden Fruit: Mated To My Human Best Friend

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Sofia Jones is a seventeen-year-old human who has never met her father. Her mother is never around because she would rather spend her time at the club than with her daughter. She isn't the most popular girl in school and only has one friend, Ella. Sofia has been in love with her best friend's twin brother since middle school, but she knows they can never be together, not only because he is the most popular boy who has been bullying her since freshman year but also because he is her best friends brother. Ethan Black is the most popular boy in school. He is the Quarterback of the football team, and he can have any girl he wants, except for the one he has been in love with since the fifth grade, Sofia. She is his twin sister's best friend, but that is not the only reason he can't have her. Ethan Black is a werewolf, along with his twin sister and the rest of his family, and Sofia is a human who knows nothing about werewolves. Ethan has been bullying her since freshman year. He feels it is better to push her away than to stay close to her. He knows he will meet his Mate soon since his eighteenth birthday is coming up, but something shocking happens. He discovers that Sofia is his Mate. Now, he is determined to make Sofia his, but will he be able to do that after the way he has been treating her? How will Sofia react when she discovers werewolves and other supernatural beings exist? What happens when the Vampire King takes a liking to Sofia and wants to make her his? Who will Sofia end up with? You will have to read to find out!

Chapter 1

Chapter One


Sofia's Point of View


"I love you so much Sofia. You are the most beautiful girl in the world," Ethan said as he caressed my cheek.


"I love you too, Ethan, So much. I wish we could be together but I know we can't," I replied with a frown.


"Don't say that. Yes, we can," Ethan said


"But no one would approve of us," I said


"I don't care what anyone thinks; you are mine, forever," Ethan said, and he pulled my body closer to his. I knew he was about to kiss me. I closed my eyes, waiting for our lips to connect.


"Beep, beep, Beep." I woke up to my alarm going off. I looked at my nightstand to see it was six in the morning. I couldn't help but gasp.


"Why does the dream always end before he kisses me?" I said to myself. I had been having the same dream for months about the guy I was in love with, A guy I would never have. 


My door busted open, causing me to jump from shock. 


"Shut that damn thing off," My mom said, and I pressed the button, making my alarm stop beeping. 


"Damn, Sofia. You woke me up. You know I had a long night," My mom said


"Sorry, mom," I replied


"Whatever, I am going back to bed," My mom said, and she walked out of my room. I couldn't help but shake my head. Of course, she had a long night. She was out partying until four in the morning. I am surprised she came home at all. 


My name is Sofia Jones, and I am seventeen years old. I am 5ft 4in, have long black hair that reaches my waist, and green eyes. I have never met my father. When I was five years old, I asked my mom why I didn't have a daddy, and she told me that it was because he never wanted me. My mom said he said he left because he told her to abort me, but she decided to keep me.


I know what you are probably thinking. Why would my mom tell me that at five years old? Let's just say my mom isn't the best mom out there. She loves to party all of the time, has a new boyfriend almost every month, and is barely ever home.


I got up from my bed and headed to the bathroom. My mom and I live in a small two-bedroom apartment. It has one bathroom, a small living room, and a kitchen. 


Once I was in the bathroom, I turned on the water to find out the hot water wasn't working. I sighed in frustration, knowing my mom hadn't paid the gas bill again. I quickly took a cold shower and brushed my teeth and hair. I put on a pair of old blue jeans and a blue T-shirt. Once I was finished, I went to my room to get things for school. 


I walked into the kitchen to get something to eat. When I got in there, my mom was kissing a man I had never seen before, which wasn't surprising. I guess she broke up with Dan or Don or whatever his name was. There have been so many, and it is hard to keep up with their names. 


I quickly grabbed an apple and was about to leave, but my mom spoke. 


"Sofia, this is my new boyfriend, Max," My mom said. 


"Hello, Sofia. It is nice to finally meet you," Max said. I didn't miss how his eyes roamed my body, causing me to feel disgusted. 


"Sofia, didn't you hear Max say hi? Don't you think you should speak to him?" My mom said


"Hi," I replied. I was about to walk away, but my mom stopped me.


"Sofia, did you forget to pay the gas bill? The water is freezing cold," My mom asked.


"I gave you the money to pay it last week," I said


"I used that money for something else I needed to do," my mom said. I knew she was lying. I knew she used the money to party. 


"Well, I will be staying at Max's house. He lives in a mansion over on Manchester Street. I can't stay here without hot water. So you will be here alone," My mom said. It wasn't like I wasn't used to being at home alone. My mom had left me alone since I was six. I had to learn how to take care of myself. 


"Okay, I have to get to school," I said


"Oh, yeah. My daughter is such a nerd," my mom said as she looked at Max and then at me. "I don't know why you are still in school. It isn't going to get you anywhere. School isn't for people like us," My mom said. My mom always said things like that to me ever since I was little. It was sad that she didn't want to see me do good.


"Hey, sexy," a guy who looked drunk said as I left the apartments. I ignored him as I quickly walked past. I put my headphones on and listened to music as I walked the fifteen-minute walk to the bus stop. I had to take the city bus since the school bus didn't come close to my house. My mom had a car, but she always told me she would never take me to school because she thought it was useless for me to go. 


I went to a good school on the rich side of town. I ended up getting a scholarship to go there when I was in fifth grade. The school is a kindergarten through twelfth-grade school. They have two different buildings on the property. One was for kindergarten through eighth grade, and the other was for ninth through twelfth grade.

I was shocked when I got accepted because everyone who goes to Eclipse Academy is rich. I didn't have any friends there except for my best friend, Ella, who I had been friends with since I started going there. 

Five minutes after I made it to the bus stop, the bus showed up, and I got on. I sat in the front and looked out the window as the bus made the one-hour drive to my school. I was so happy this was the last year, and then I would be off to college.

After getting off the bus, I walked the ten minute walk it took to get to Eclipse Academy. When I got close to the school, I saw Jane, the head cheerleader and Queen B of the school, standing by the front door with her friends, Brittany and Tiffany. 

"Well, if it isn't the poor weak human," Jane said, and her friends laughed like it was the funniest thing ever. I ignored her and walked into the school. "I don't know why she wants to stay here. She doesn't belong," Jane said. She always said weird things, like calling me a weak human. I mean, She was a human, too. I just shook my head as I made my way to my locker. 





Chapter 2

Sofia's Point of View

Ella was standing by my locker when I got there. "Hey, Sof. I was worried you wouldn't make it to class in time," Ella said

"Hey, So was I. The bus was late getting here because there was an accident," I said

"I don't know why you won't let me come and pick you up from your house," Ella said. She had been offering to pick me up and take me home since she got her license, but I lived an hour away. Also, I didn't want her to see where I lived. It wasn't the best side of town, and I didn't want her meeting my mom. I knew if she did, she would feel sorry for me, and that was something I didn't want. I didn't want someone to feel pity for me.

"Thanks, but I live too far away, Ella," I said

"I don't mind coming to get you," Ella said

"I know, but I don't mind taking the bus, and I don't want to inconvenience you," I said truthfully. I knew Ella wanted to argue, but she left it alone, making me happy. We went to our first period cla


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