Hey guys this is the follow up to Fading. I hope you enjoy it.
Summary: When you're lost in the darkness can you be saved? When you're lost can the one person who hurt you the most find and save you? In his case it's possible.Ray Of Hope
It was raining like it had been for the last five days. No one dared to go out into the rain unless it was to get to class or get some food. Even if there were a few who were risky it was hardly worth a venture out there to go out. One of those risky few included her brother who was currently standing in the rain staring at the sky. He was soaked from head to toe. She brushed away her auburn hair and watched him.
She did this a lot and no, she wasnt a stalker. In her mind, even though they were stepbrother and sister, she knew it was wrong to love him. Ever since the party he seemed distant. She regretted her words and remembered with bitterness that she hadnt thought before she had spoken, or in her case shouted. She frowned and watched him from far away. Why?
He would always disappear when she was around. When he had had looked at her he held no emotion. His eyes were blank and he seemed less interested in the things he enjoyed. M.O.M had commented on the change when she found him in his room, his body weak and nearly dying. No drugs had been found in his system and no cuts had been found on his skin. There had been no explanation as to why he had almost dyed other than him having hypothermia. His case of hypothermia hadnt been that bad and merely resulted in him having a mild cold.
Diana closed her eyes and tried to remember when he had been more talkative and lively. These days, two weeks after he had been found in his room, he was silent. Even their father was starting to worry when the principal had called in and explained the change in behaviour. Sure, his grades had improved but he didnt respond to anyone and spent his time alone in his room.
He lost the fire in his eyes and the golden-brown pools seemed to have changed and become dull and empty. She tried to talk to him but he would not respond, as if he couldnt hear her. She tried her hardest to get him to respond but nothing worked and he had devoted himself to a life of solitude. She wanted to cry when she would hear him mutter in a hollow voice but never once did she hear what he was muttering.
Their father had gone to the lengths of sending him to a physiatrist to help but he didnt respond to the doctor either. Session after session ended in failure and, since he was still functioning in the real world, they kept him at school. Shed often asked what the doctor had told her father but he would just shake his head saying it was always the same result. Silence.
Diana wandered into the blank room. Everything had been packed up and lab... More Cartoon Sex Stories...