Mistaken Wish

Kaito Komoriuta and Cassie Blair used to be as happy as can be. But after a while all they do is fight and their last one leads to their breakup. The well-looked forward to wedding is called off. Then one starry night, Cassie makes a wish that will flip her world upside down. It literally only takes one wish, one mistaken wish, to ruin everything.
I hope you enjoy the story SugarKart and I are writing :)
~Sally Bianca Charlie Jones

Chapter 1

The Break Up

"You can never do anything right!" Kaito yelled angrily and ran a hand through his medium black hair, pacing back and forth in our shared apartment living room.

"I can't? Hell, it's always about you, isn't it?" I screamed back, the tears running helplessly down my red cheeks.

"No! What is wrong with you?" Kaito yelled back and stopped right in front of me. He was heaving and I suddenly felt a burst of rage and courage. Weird combination eh?

"Nothing is wrong with me. If you think I'm such a screw up then here," I cried, struggling to pull off the engagement ring. Once it was off, I threw it at him and stormed toward the door.

"Cassie! Wait, please don't!" Kaito yelled and I stopped for a second, looking back over my shoulder. His anger seemed to have evaporated and he looked close to tears now. "Please don't leave me. I love you."

"Bullshit," I replied, tearing open the door and slipping through before I slammed the door behind me.

From there I ran toward my friend Tally Joren's place. Skidding to a stop at her tiny apartment four blocks away, I knocked loudly and tried to wipe away my tears before Tally opened her door.

The smell of chocolate chip cookies came wavering through the door immediately while Tally stepped into view. Taking in my reddened face, tear stained cheeks and the sniffling of my nose, Tally quickly enveloped me into a tight, warm hug. Her blond hair stuck to my face and I knew that if I looked Tally in the eye, her turquoise eyes, I would get nothing but love and sympathy.

"H-he..said...I can n-never do an-anything right," I wailed as the sobs racked my body again. Tally shushed me and let go off me to usher me into her small living room couch. I sat willingly and waited for her to come back into the room. She can back with a tray of fresh cookies and milk.

I felt so much like a child but at the moment I didn't give a damn. The grief was suffocating me and I couldn't believe what I had just done. I just pushed away the first guy that had been mine since my mothers death. Oh god, what have I done?

"Shh, it'll be alright," Tally said comfortingly and took my hands in her pale ones. "Tell me everything." I couldn't seem to find my voice so I just shook my head, struggling to breathe through my sobs. In response, Tally lightly rubbed my back, tracing unknown patterns in an attempt to calm me down. It worked and after awhile a feeling of tranquility clung to me like a second skin.

"We got into another fight," I started off and Tally nodded, fiddling with her necklace her boyfriend had given her.

"And..I gave him back, well threw the engagement ring at him before I stormed out," I sniffled, blowing my nose in a tissue Tally handed me.

"Did he try to stop you?" She asked concerned. Her eyes had gone large with curiosity. I nodded which prompted her to ask, "What did he say?"

"He begged me not to leave. He said he loves me," The tears stung my eyes again. "Do you think I made a mistake?"

"No sweetheart. I think you two need this break. You never know, this could be a good thing," Tally soothed, a fake smile on her face.

"A good thing?"

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