Pretty Fairy Liars
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Music To My Ears
Stella Marin looked into the mirror as she placed light pink sunglasses over her eyes. She was shopping at the mall with her friend, Nova Vanderwall. Before Bloom had disappeared, Stella and Nova were nothing close to being friends. Nova was the loser nerd, who tried her best to be friends with popular Bloom, Layla, Tecna, Musa, Stella, and Flora, but the six wanted nothing with a loser girl who sat by herself by the trash cans at lunch. How bad would their reputation be if that actually socialized with her? Nova would try to talk to them, but they just ignored her. Now, that Bloom is gone, Stella and Nova are at the top of the school.
"Can I try on those?" Stella asked the sun glass guy as she handed him back the pink ones for a pair of white sunglasses. She put them on. As she admired herself in the mirror, the reflection if the background of her caught her eye. She noticed an old friend of hers looking through a rack of cloths, Tecna Hastings. "I'll be right back." She said to the clerk and walk off to see her old friend Tecna.
"I cannot believe Tecna Hastings actually has time to shop. I mean, you're interning for the mayor, taking classes at Hollis, and redoing the barn. And in your leisure moments you Facebook and tweet." Stella said approaching her friend, and removing the sunglasses from her eyes, to the top of her head.
"Oh, I just like to stay busy."
"It's summer Tec!"
"I know you spent yours here, and out in the sun."
"Exactly, I was having fun! And I always got to look my best. So what exactly are you doing at the mall? It's something you don't see everyday."
"Uh Amaryl is having this party thing, and I need a outfit for that." Tecna pulled out a shirt, with a floral print on it.
"No, no, no, no." Stella said putting the shirt back on the rack, and then pulled out a different top." Now this one is way better."
"Thanks Stella. Now I've gotta go. It was nice seeing you."
"You too." Stella left as she said that, and placed the sunglasses over her eyes again, ans started to walk out of the store. She was starting to approach Nova, the mall cop hurried to her.
"Miss, Miss." He shouted. Stella turned around to him. "You've forgot your purse."
"Oh, thank you." She said, and took it back and placed it over her shoulder, and he walked away.
"I thought you were dead meat!" Nova said to her friend after she walked out of the store with unpaid sunglasses.
"I did to. But I still got out with these free sunglasses." The two exited the mall, with pride that they got away with the crime.
Musa Huston, opened the glass door of Sip It, TownsVille's local coffee shop, with her guitar case in her hands. She was an employee at Sip It. She entertained the costumers for five to seven on weekdays. It was low pay, but she still got the money. She was trying to save up for a new guitar.
The one she had was Bloom's old guitar. She had loaned it to Musa after she taught her how to play. Musa was going to give it back to her after she had the money to buy it, and that's what this job was for. Even though Bloom was gone, she could still give it back to her mother, or her brother, Sky.
Musa sat on the stool were she played and started to get ready. She wasn't paying any attention to anybody in the room. She was to busy getting ready for her show. Riven walked in, Riven Thomas. Tecna Hastings older sister Amaryl's boyfriend. A boy that Bloom had a crush on, but Musa had a bigger one that no one knew about, no one but Bloom. When Bloom found out, the two got into the biggest fight. Musa agreed to her that she will stay away from him. Now Bloom was gone, she thought, maybe she'd actually would have a chance, but that changed when Amaryl got into the picture.
Musa ran the guitar pick once down all the chords. "Good afternoon everyone." Musa said over the microphone. "Welcome to Sip It, the best coffee in the city of Townsville. I am Musa Huston, and I will be your entertainer toni-"
Musa stopped speaking. She never did this at work. Not once. But when Riven Thomas turned around and she saw his face, she completely froze up. "I'm sorry." She said. She took her guitar off and placed in the case as fast as she could, and hurried out of the building as fast as she could.
Musa was embarrassed. She just couldn't sing in front of him. It was too embarrassing for her, and also, it would break the promise she made to her friend. She couldn't do that. Her boss was just going to have to deal with the fact that she ran out.
Later that day, Stella, and her mother, Luna, were sitting at the table just about to eat dinner. Luna, didn't know anything about Stella's shoplifting. She didn't know she was a criminal.
"So sweetie, who was your day?" Her mother asked. Stella was about to speak when her phone when off. We need to talk. -Tecna. "Stella, it's dinner. Can't it wait?" She said to her daughter who was reading the text on her phone. All of the sudden, Luna's phone went off. She answered it. "Hello?"
Stella put her phone down and rolled her eyes as her mom talked over the phone. She pick up her folk, and started to eat. Thud, thud, thud. Someone was knocking on the door. Stella sat down her folk and walked to the front door as her mom was still on the phone. It was the police at the door.
"Stella Marin?" One of the cops said. Her mother just walked into the room after her phone call. "You are under arrest."
"For what?" Her mother asked the cop.
"Your daughter was caught on camera stealing a pair of sunglasses. We are going to have to take her downtown and ask a couple of questions." Luna took a deep breath.
"Alright. Stella, I'll be there in a couple minutes."
Stella sat right outside the cops office, as her mom talked to him in there. She had know idea what was being said but she wished she did. She looked around and saw a bowl of candy next to her, she just about put her hand into it, but decided not to as her mother walked out of his office.
"Come on, we are going home." She said as she walked out the door. Stella followed her mother, walking as fast as she could to keep up.
"Mom?" Stella said with no answer. She decided just to forget it. A few minutes later she got into her mothers car. As soon as she shut the door her mother turned to her.
"Shoplifting a pair of sunglasses! Stella what on Earth was going through you head? I've did a lot to keep you popular. It's a small town. Everyone knows everyone here. You are ruining your reputation Stella!" Her mother said to her daughter as they sat in the parking lot. "Is this about your father leaving us? Are you trying to get his attention? Stella what is wrong with you?" Stella said nothing for a few moments.
"I'm sorry mom." She spoke. Her mother started the car.
"It's fine, I've got it taken care of. Never do it again, alright? And you owe me twenty dollars for the sunglasses."
The next day, Musa Huston, was woken up early. Well, not early but early for her, ten thirty, by her father, Hoboe. Musa's mother died when she was very young. She never talked about her, neither did her father.
"Dad, summer is almost over. Can't I just get a little sleep before I have to go back?" Musa said, as she covered her head with her pillow.
"Musa, you have a phone call. It's your boss. He says he needs to speak to you now." Musa looked up. Her heart pounded faster than normal when her dad said that.
"Give me the phone!" She commanded. Her dad handed it to her and walked into the kitchen. Musa and her dad didn't have much money. So they lived in a one bedroom house. Her dad got the bedroom, and Musa had her bed in the living room. Before Bloom died, she was sort of okay with that. She wasn't home often anyways. She was always with the girls, hanging out at their houses and having sleep over there as well. She never invited them to her house due to the amount of room. Now that Bloom was dead, she was sleeping at home more often since the girls drifted apart.
"Hello?" Musa said over the phone, nervous, and scared.
"Musa, it seems that you-"
"Listen sir. I am so sorry. I never done that before, and I promise I won't ever do that again."
"I'm sorry Ms. Huston. I can't risk that happening again. I'm sorry to say to you but you are fired."
"Please Sir. I-" Musa stopped speaking after she was cut off my a beep, meaning, he hung up on her. Musa couldn't believe it. She was fired. Fired!
That night, Stella sat on the couch watch TV and eating a tub of ice cream. All the lights were out, the only light that was being shown was the TV screen shining in her face. She heard a the front door unlock. She looked up to the door, as it swung open quickly, as her mother was pushed into the room, and pressed against the wall by the cop that arrested her yesterday. Her mom, gently push him off of her and lead him up stairs. As she walked up, she looked back at Stella who was completely shocked of what she saw.
Stella looked back at the TV. "You didn't have to do this for me mom." She whispered to herself.
"In breaking news, Bloom DiLaurentis, who had disappeared, one year ago, body was found to day, at her house." Stella didn't wait to listen anymore. She turned the TV off a ran upstairs to her room. She locked the door and smashed her head into her pillows and cried. Her friend was officially dead