The Diamond Ring Effect - Ch.4Chapter 4The Diamond Ring Effect - Ch.4 by ~xonly-half-evil-333x
Back to Normal?
Greg had closed his eyes again to try to relax. Thankfully, it was becoming easier for him to breathe and he was regaining most of the feeling in his arms and legs. It wouldnt be long until he could move around and hopefully talk to Alex so that she would stop pacing the room.
One more try, he told himself once again. With great effort he managed to push himself up to a sitting position. He could finally get a good look around the room that he had been stuck in for the past three days. There were a few chairs with beige cushions scattered around the room and all facing the bed in which he sat, a desk as large as the small room would allow with a mirror on top that could show little more than one persons bust, and little else but a window that stretched the length of the wall to his left, which he saw Alex was looking out of. He couldnt help but notice how smooth her face looked in the soft sunlight.
He shifted uncomfortably
The Diamond Ring Effect - Ch.3Chapter 3The Diamond Ring Effect - Ch.3 by ~xonly-half-evil-333x
Just a Hospital Room
Would I what?
Right in the middle of his proposal, he couldnt find his voice. What would she think of him if he was like this even before the real commitment of their wedding? But something else was wrong. He couldnt feel any part of his body, only that he was falling. His vision was fading, too.
The next thing he knew, he didnt know. He could feel himself sprawled on the hard cobblestone floor, and then nothing.
Alex, on the other hand, was fully conscious through the whole thing. Oh my god someone call nine-one-one! She bent down over Gregs body as the solar eclipse went into full effect and everything went dark. A few cell phone lights turned on, and Alex could only hope that they were calling an ambulance.
Oh, thank god She could already hear the sirens coming down the road. Whats more, there were hardly any cars to get in the way, so it should take no time