New chapter. This one was a lot of fun to write. Sorry for the little delay. I'll try to be faster with the updates, but I've got like ten stories going, not to mention school, and I have to get a job… it's really hectic in my life right now. I like high school so far. It's not awful. The homework and the classes are really killing me sometimes.
Lissa/Rose is Lissa. Just to clarify.
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I walked back into the room with Lissa/Rose. She was jumping on my bed.
"Hey, Li—Rose, that's not your bed. We switched, remember?" I lied and rolled my eyes mentally, but managed to keep my voice from sounding irritated. That was a step in the right direction… right?
"Must have forgot," she said, jumping onto the floor.
"How old are you?" I asked.
"You should remember. God, Liss, I'm sixteen!" Lissa/Rose rolled her eyes, and walked over to her bed.
"Sorry, L—Rose, I'm a bit out of it," I tried, laying down on my bed.
"Don't you dare go to sleep, or I'll tell everyone that you like Christian Ozera," she threatened, her voice low. "You know how bad that'll look. He's barely eighteen, and your mentor."
Under different circumstances, I would have laughed. But she was just irritating. She was the one who liked him.
"Rose, shut up," I replied, my voice cold.
She just laughed harshly. "Lissa, come on! I wanna go do something."
"Like what?" I demanded, frowning and closing my eyes.
"I don't know. Aren't there any parties?"
When I didn't answer, she got up and left the room.
"Lissa! Ah, shit. Rose, Rose!" I shouted after her, but she took off running already.
People were giving me peculiar looks, but I shoved past them, trying to find Lissa/Rose.
"God dammit!" I mumbled.
I tried slipping into her head, but couldn't figure out where she was, because she was blocking me. Probably unintentionally.
Finally, I saw her, through the crowd. Dimitri was holding her by the arm, pulling her along, while she kicked and screamed.
"No! Let me go!" she shouted. I found it funny that Lissa/Rose, the Dhampir, was being dragged by a royal Moroi.
I ran to them. "Thank you, Dimitri, I owe you. She just left, but she was gone so fast…"
"I'm surprised she hasn't overpowered me. She tried to run, but she just tripped and fell down. It was funny, actually," Dimitri grinned.
"I would have liked to have seen that," I smiled and took Lissa/Rose's arm. Dimitri followed me back to the room.
"Lissa! Let me go!" she shrieked, kicking and screaming.
I just shook my head. Dimitri opened the door for me and I shoved her inside, following close behind her with Dimitri. We shut the door and she let loose a blood curdling scream. It was horrifying.
"Lissa, shut up!" I shrieked, forgetting all about the whole 'she thought she was Rose' thing. It was irritating. I was majorly hating myself. "Rose, go to bed," I said coolly.
"Bitch," she mumbled, but reluctantly obeyed.
"I'll see you tomorrow, Dimitri," I told him.
He nodded and left the room.
"You should date him," Lissa/Rose noted. "He's cute, and I think he likes you. You guys would look really cute together, Liss."
"Shut up. He doesn't like me. Does he?" I asked. I couldn't help it. I was starting to like him. Not that I'd ever actually tell her that.
"Yes. I think he does. Ask him out."
"No. I'm done with this now," I threw up my hands in exasperation. She shrugged.
"Goodnight," Lissa/Rose said.
"Goodnight," I replied.
I was so falling for him. He was so… cute. Really, he was amazing, and hot, and just… wow, I thought as I laid in bed.
Finally, I drifted off to sleep.
"Lissa, Lissa, Lissa, Lissa!" Lissa/Rose was jumping at the foot of my bed.
"What the hell do you want?" I glanced at the clock groggily. "It's three in the morning. Go back to bed!"
"Let's sneak out. We need to have some fun, I mean, really, Liss, can you say 'party pooper'?"
"What the fuck is wrong with you?" I snarled. "People don't party at three in the morning! They party at midnight. Parties are all over by now. And there aren't that many lately, Liss."
"Liss? Why'd you call me that? I'm Rose, dumbass," Lissa/Rose smirked.
"Look, I'm tired, you have brain damage or amnesia or something. Get this through your head. You are Lissa. I am Rose. Say it with me."
"I know," Lissa/Rose shrugged. "I've been pretending the entire time. I have to say, being you is fun."
I sat up, and felt my mouth open wide. Then, I abruptly closed it and gritted my teeth.
"Tell me you're kidding. You should hope for your own sake that you are kidding," I hissed, anger flowing through me. I was tired, irritated, and just pissed.
"Nope. I've been faking this whole time. Although, when I got hit in the head, that hurt really bad. I thought I was gonna die. Where did you learn to kick like that? That was amazing!" she gushed.
"I'm going to kill you. But I'm going to wait until later, because I'm too tired. You ever, ever, do anything like that again, and it won't end well."
Lissa grinned. "Whatever you say, sis."
"Night, sis," I smiled, and rolled over.
"Night, Rose!" Lissa said in a voice that seemed to float.
Sleep came quickly. I was exhausted, that probably helped.
Lissa was going to get it tomorrow.
Here's a question for you guys: what time do you wake up in the morning for school or work or whatever.
On weekdays, I get up at six, but I'm thinking of getting up earlier, like four, to run and get a shower before school. Weekends I get up at noon. I stay up a little bit late on the weekends.
I hoped you liked it. Review or Rose will kill Dimitri while he sleeps, and then, she'll run off with Christian, Lissa will end up with Adrian, and then Mason and Dimitri will have a ghost-relationship.