By Suzanne Young
All of us are looking to be remembered. Charlotte's future is to be forgotten. Charlotte's ally thinks Charlotte will be psychic. Her boyfriend thinks she's dishonest on him. yet Charlotte understands what is rather flawed: She is among the Forgotten, a type of angel on the earth who feels the Need—a strong, uncontrollable draw to aid an individual, frequently a stranger. yet Charlotte by no means sought after this accountability. What she desires is to aid her ally, whose lifestyles is spiraling uncontrolled. She desires to lie in her boyfriend's hands ceaselessly. yet because the want grows more suitable, it starts off to take a perilous toll on Charlotte. And who she was once, is, and should become—her mark in this earth, her very existence—is in jeopardy of disappearing thoroughly. Charlotte can be pressured to settle on: should still she include her destiny as a Forgotten, a destiny that supplies to tear her from the lives of these she loves perpetually? Or is she prepared to struggle opposed to her destiny—no topic how darkish the results?
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My body has returned to normal and I know I can walk away. There is no tug to be in this church anymore. I’m free. I stand up and step out into the aisle. The pew creaks again and I can feel everyone watching me, probably confused and curious. “Stanley was a good guy,” I say quietly, motioning toward the coffin. I almost wince at my own words, but I don’t know what else to say. I’m halfway down the aisle, moving toward Sarah, who looks horrified, when I hear the padding of feet behind me. “Excuse me,” Maureen says, rushing past, not turning to me.
Sorry,” he said, reaching for my hand. “I just wanted to meet you. ” His voice was soft and raspy and I realized that it was the first time I’d heard him speak. “Charlotte Cassidy,” I answered, letting him take my hand. But he didn’t shake it. He just held it. His mouth twitched with a smile and his dimples deepened. ” My stomach fluttered as I stood there, forgetting where I was going. Where I was supposed to be. Instead, like it wasn’t even my choice, I moved forward to stand incredibly close to him.
I mostly enjoy it—filing papers, making copies—and I know it’ll look good on a college application. At least that’s what Monroe tells me. But now I just want more time for myself. Scratch that, more time for Harlin. There’s never enough time for Harlin. But instead of giving me time off, Monroe added shifts to my schedule. Instead of three nights a week, it’s five. I’ve complained a few times but they pull the whole it’s-for-a-good-cause card. Not. Fair. More than anything, I just really hate working until ten.
A Need So Beautiful by Suzanne Young