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Fallen Angel

I will take this burden on

Andy pulled up to the curb. "Did you have a good time tonight?" He asked.

Sophie smiled. "Yeah, it was really nice."

"Can I pick you up again tomorrow?"

"Sure." She said without even thinking it through. She would pick a date with Andy over anything else. She reached over to unbuckle her seat belt.

"Hey, let me walk you in." Andy offered.

"No!" Sophie exclaimed. "I mean... No, it's... it's okay. I can manage." She went to reach for the door handle.

"Wait," Andy stopped her.

She turned to look at him, her blonde hair whipping around in an elegant fashion and smacking the window behind her. Andy didn't say anything more. He just leaned in towards her and out of instinct, she did the same.

As their lips got closer, he felt her hesitation. He lifted his hand and caressed her cheek. At that, she closed the gap between their lips.

"Okay," She broke the kiss. "I better go. I'll see you tomorrow."

She got out of the car and walked up the huge marble stairs to the big gold building. She got to the door and looked back to make sure Andy was gone.

"Have a good time?" The doorman asked.

"Yeah," Sophie said. "He wants to take me out again tomorrow."

"This boy must really like you." The doorman observed.

Sophie shrugged. "He wouldn't like me if he knew..." She trailed off.

"Well, since I assume I'll be seeing you tomorrow, what's your name?"


"That's very pretty."The doorman complimented. "You can just call me Ralph."

Sophie smiled. "Goodnight, Ralph." She turned and began to walk away from the building.

"Goodnight, Sophie." He called after her.

She walked down the steps and a few yards down before turning into an empty alleyway with a single cardboard box pushed up against the wall. She crawled in the box and wrapped the threadbare blanket around her.

She looked up at the nighttime sky and sighed. "Welcome home, Sophie. Welcome home..."
Work had been brutal that day. She had a few unruly patients and now she had to go home to her cardboard box. She knew Andy was picking her up in a few hours but she couldn't help but allow her eyelids to slip shut.

Just a few minutes. She told herself. Just a little power nap.

She placed her head down on the cold concrete ground and instantly fell asleep.

When Andy arrived at the gold building, Sophie wasn't outside so he walked up the big steps and through the glass door.

Andy approached the woman at the front desk. "Hi, uh, I'm looking for a Sophie Allsop?"

The woman typed the name into her computer and frowned. "I'm sorry. There isn't anyone here by that name."

"Wait, are you sure?"

The woman nodded. "I'm sorry, sir. Maybe you have the wrong place."

Andy shoved his hands in his pockets. "Huh. Maybe... Thanks anyway..." He turned and walked out the door towards his car.

"Oh, you there!" The doorman called after him.

Andy turned to look at him.

"You're looking for Sophie, right?"

"Yeah," Andy walked up a few steps. "You know where she is?"

"Down the street, first alley on your left." The doorman pointed in the direction he should go.

"Alley?" Andy asked himself and then looked up at the doorman. "Thank you."

Andy turned and skipped down the last few steps. He walked down the busy sidewalk and came to the first alley on his left. He turned in and looked around. There only seemed to be a cardboard box and a pile of blankets. But suddenly, the pile of blankets moved slightly.

Andy walked closer and saw Sophie, asleep, under the blankets. "Sophie?" He knelt down next to her and gently touched her cheek.

Her eyes shot open and she sat up. "Andy!" She jumped back from him a little. "Oh my god..." She stood up and started to run from him.

"Wait!" Andy stood up as well and ran after her. "Sophie, stop!" He grabbed her hand and spun her around to face him. "Why didn't you tell me?" Andy looked hurt.

Tears began to stream down Sophie's face. "I-I didn't want you to know! I'm sorry, I-I just..."

"What? Tell me. It's okay."

"I didn't want you to think of me any differently because of it. I just wanted you to like me, Andy!" She started to cry harder.

"Sophie, I do like you! This doesn't make me like you any less." He pulled her into a hug. "I've been keeping something from you, too..." Andy admitted.

She pulled out of the hug to look up at him.

"I'm a rock star..." He continued. "I'm in a band. We're going on tour in a few weeks. Come with us! I'll take care of you!"

Sophie shook her head. "No, no, Andy. I couldn't do that to you. I don't want to be a burden."

"I can't just leave you here to live like this. Come on, I'm taking you home with me. Go grab what you need from the alley." Andy insisted.

Sophie wrapped her arms around his neck. "Thank you." She whispered into his ear before going to grab the few things she needed from the alley.


Thanks for the shout out. Love this story
Please update. Really enjoying it despite it being so sad!
BVBfan101 BVBfan101
Noooo! :,(
i could only imagine his sad broken hearted face..
IsisChaos IsisChaos
is she literally dead um what this can't be happening
leeexiij leeexiij
Update soon