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That’s how old I was when I found out I was special. I was given my rose quartz gem and taught about my past.
That’s how many times I’ve lived in this world. This is my thirteenth life cycle as a human.
That’s how many seconds it took me to fall in love with Mike. It’s also the amount of time I had to say goodbye to him just before he was killed by Reggie, the hunter that’s been after me for months.
Will Reggie succeed in killing me too, and possibly eradicating the planet of the unicorn race forever?
“Heads up, Skye. Those guys are coming in…look!”
“Ugh! Not again. When will he get the hint?” I quickly gathered up the CDs I was shelving and headed toward the stockroom. “Let me know when they leave, Jules.”
“You’re crazy, girl. He’s totally hot.” Jules shouted a little too loudly.
Fearing they’d heard her comment, I set the small collection of Green Day music down on the back counter, admiring the newness of them. There was something special about new things. I guess that’s why I liked working in retail so much, touching the new merchandise all the time. It’s like bringing home a new shirt and you can’t wait until you get to wear it to school. At least that’s how I always felt when I brought home new clothes from work to add to my wardrobe. But in this moment, it was the old things that were crossing my mind, not the new ones. Things from the past. One thing in particular. My necklace.
When will this curse end? I thought to myself as I clutched the stone that hung from my neck.
About the Author:
Jill Kaelin is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a degree in elementary education, and Nova Southeastern University with a graduate degree in teaching. She currently lives and teaches elementary school in Florida with her talented daughter Justyce, playful dog Coco, and three cats. She enjoys quiet mornings in front of her computer plunging into the lives of her characters. Her favorite things to do include inspiring young writers, reading paranormal romance novels, and watching her daughter dance on stage.