Hey. My first fan fiction! Actually like my 50th but it's the first one I'm typing for you. It took me forever to decide but I finally picked this one this one (mainly because it was the only good one I already had typed.) It will eventually be a book from different POVs after the end. Enjoy. Also please review because I want to know if any one actually reads this.

Chapter 1


Mom said that I need to get out of the house more. I told her I was never at the house because I spent most of my time across the street with Violet and Klaus. She said that didn't count. Then I told her that when I wasn't across the street I was at Mae's. She said that didn't count either. I asked her what did and she said she didn't know. Moms are weird and I don't think I need to "get out more" but that's what she says so…

BTW she's not my real mom. Her and her husband adopted us. You are probably wondering what they have done to steal our fortune and the answer is nothing. they're the first decent guardian we've had. Hector was great and all but he was a little to scared of stuff.

Anyway, her best friend, Cambria, lives across the street. Her and her husband adopted the Baudelaires. And Mae lives a few houses down on this side of the street.

So today Mae came over. I was sitting on my bed and she was at my desk doing something that involved glue, paper, and lots and lots of glitter. "I finished," she says handing me a card. It has a rainbow on the front and when you opened it up there was a pop up unicorn on a sparkly rainbow.

"Who are you going to give it to?" she asked me.

"I don't know. It's not really that close to anyone's birthday."

"You should write a love poem in it and give it to Klaus."

Ever since we met she has been very intent on the idea of Klaus and I. I don't like him, I swear.

"For the millionth time, I don't like him."

"It's obviously true love," she said all dreamy like. You would might think that she was in love with him. But she's not. She likes Duncan and it's really funny. Also I pretty sure Duncan likes her back, but I'm not telling her because she'll have a panic attack and have to be rushed to the hospital.

I shut the laptop I was using to look at really funny memes of us. Half of them weren't true but the were still funny.

"Didn't you say you had basketball practice at three."

"Yeah, so? I'll leave soon."

"Mae, it's like two forty-five."

"Yeah I guess I should probably leave now. Bye."


I walked with her to the front door. I didn't really have any thing to do so I decided to take Mom's advice and get out more by walking across the street to see if Klaus is home.

"Were leaving now!" mom yelled to anyone in the house who cared. She and dad were going out with Mr. and Mrs. Haynes and a couple other friends.

"Kay, Bye!" I yelled back.

"Isadora don't yell inside. I'm standing right here.

"But you-" I decided it was better to stop talking. I sighed and opened the door.

I walked across the street very slowly because I knew mom would take forever to leave and I wanted to help her out by telling her what she didn't have so she could get out of here. Knowing mom she would probably still forget something and have to run back inside.

Unfortunately (man I hate how much that word is associated with my life) I made it across the street before she made it out the door.

Mrs. Haynes opened the door before I could. "Oh, hi Isadora!" she said as if I didn't practically live at her house. "Klaus is upstairs in his room. I'm still hoping you guys will get together one of the days."

Did I mention Mae is not the only one intent on the idea of Klaus and I?

As soon as she shut the door I raced up the stairs. I knocked on his slightly ajar door. That kind of opened it more so I shut my eyes just in case.

"Come in," he said.

He was lying face down with his face in a book.

"Hey Isadora."


"Wanna go outside?"


"I bet I can run faster than you," he said when we were outside. We had tried many times to determine this. We had yet to make it to the end of a race.

"Oh really? And how do you know?"

"Race you to the tree."

"Fine," I said standing up. I started running.

"Hey! I never said go!" he said running after me

"If your faster then I should get a head start."


Suddenly I was on the ground. He had tripped me.

"Hey! That's not aloud."

"You never established rules. Besides you got a head start." he momentarily paused to look at my lying on the ground. I took the opportunity to grab his ankle and pull him down with me.


"You knew it was going to happen. You shouldn't have just stood there staring at me."

"I did not know that you were going to do that. I'm not a fortune teller."

"Klaus, I have known you for how long now? How can you have not figured out by now?"

Was it good? Don't forget to review so I know if people are actually reading this. I'm not doing more until at least one person comments.

Love ya fans,


P.S. reviewers get free imaginary chocolate and maybe a thank you in the next chapter.