"JUST LEAVE! I NEVER LOVED YOU ANYWAYS! YOU'RE JUST DANGEROUS! AND PLEASE JUST TAKE HER WITH YOU!" Mother screeched, tears streaming down her face. My heart stopped. Father just stood there, hanging his head down, ashamed. My eyes darted between Mum and Dad. "Alright then." Dad softly said. He walked towards me, knowing that I was spying on their little argument. I quickly shut the kitchen door and sat down on a stool, picking at my nail polish. Sometimes it was worse than screaming. Once, Mom even raised a hand on my Father! Dad came over and sadly smiled. "Go pack your bags, honey." He whispered. My mouth parted. "What? Why?" I asked. He sighed. "Mum has another affair." He croaked, his fists clenching. I knew he was heartbroken. Ever since I was a child, I knew that having an affair with someone when you were already taken was wrong. I would never do that to anyone even if it meant to break another's heart. I ran a hand through my hair. "Okay." I shrugged, running to my light purple room that was pretty much covered with Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, and Big Time Rush posters. Kendall is freaking hot. I packed up everything I needed. I took down my posters. And I ripped the sheets off of my bed and began to stuff them into my suitcase. There was a knock on my door and Dad walked in. He smiled and sat on my bed as I continued to pack. "We're moving to Cheshire. You know my hometown." I smiled at him. "Okay." He sighed and rubbed his hands on his knees. "You okay, Dad?" I asked. He nodded quickly. "Yeah." He stuttered. He was obviously lying. I sat next to Dad. "It'll be okay." I flashed him a reassuring smile and gave him a small hug. "Alright.. I'm going to go and pack." He grinned. "Oh and Dad?" He stopped by the door. "Yeah?" He asked. "Promise me you'll order pizza as soon as we get there?" He chuckled. "Whatever you want!" I smirked before I continued to pack.
I finally dragged my rather large suitcase down the spiral stairs, which was probably the hardest thing I've done this month. Dad walked down a few minutes later and I smiled at him. "Let's go." He whispered. I gave Mum a sad smile once she entered the lounge room which made her look down. When we left, Mum closed the door behind us and Dad sighed. "I got the bags. Go inside the car." I nodded. I stepped into the car, and frowned. I won't be able to meet my friends at Starbucks anymore. I won't be able to annoy my neighbor and teachers anymore. I sighed and looked put the window when Dad shut the back doors to the car. I smiled when he sat down in the drivers spot. He dug through his pockets and smiled once he found a key. I gave him a questioning look. "It's the key to the house in Cheshire?" He said, questioning my memory. "Oh. Yeah! I know. So that's the key to it?" I asked. No duh. He nodded in reply. "Okay... So let's go." He sighed, starting the car. I looked in the mirror, watching my house grow smaller within every second. But apparently, the one thing that never left my mind was that one line Mum said. Dad was dangerous?
When I woke up, I could feel the cold air of Cheshire hit me like a ton of bricks. I looked out the window and my jaw nearly dropped. This wasn't a house at all. It was a freaking manor! I looked at Dad. "Like it?" He asked. "Like it?! Dad I love it!" I yelled before I jumped out of the car and ran towards the porch, eager to get inside and pick my room. Dad chuckled and jogged towards me and he opened the door. Once it had opened, I gasped. It was lovely inside! "Dad, are you doing things you're not supposed to?" I asked, raising an eyebrow. His eyes widened. "Of course not!" He laughed. "How in the world did you manage to get this house?!" I exclaimed. "It was your grandmothers." He smiled. I sighed. "I'm going to pick my room!" I yelled. I heard him laugh as I ran up the stairs. I burst into many rooms, trying to find the right one. Finally, I found it. It had a balcony and large windows! In other words, it was perfect! The light from the moon shined on the light blue walls and gave a peaceful sensation throughout the room. I jumped into the bed and rolled around. Even the bed was comfortable! A few minutes later, Dad knocked and walked in. "Tomorrow, start setting up your room." I nodded. "Good night Rose." I smiled. "Good night Dad!" He smiled before closing my door. I looked out the window, admiring the trees, waiting for sleep to take over. This is going to be my new life I guess...