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Forbidden Love Shania looked across the table at Adam; his gorgeous glass- blue eyes seemed as if they were deep oceans bearing precious treasures. He squeezed her hand as they sat talking about their wedding; it wasn't long to go now, just a matter of a few months, even-though that seemed to be never-ending. Everything was prepared, Shania had always dreamt of a perfect white wedding, and Adam wanted all her dreams to turn to reality, hence everything was being decided by her. The 3-tier cake, the stunning wedding dress, the decorations; everything was set and ready, the couple knew that due to their careful and consistent planning, nothing could ever go wrong. The caf´┐Ż had become too occupied as the lunch hour followed on. "Lets go for a walk down town" suggested Shania as she got up from her seat tucking the chair neatly under. Adam went to the till and paid for their coffees before walking out of the stiff door. "Life is a dream come true", exclaimed Adam as he walked down the narrow lane hand in hand with Shania. ...read more.


She believed that friends were to remain just as friends. It was after a small incident by where Adam lost connection with Shania that she learnt how much he meant to her and that without him she was nothing. She began to realise that she couldn't live without him, and that it was him that made her complete. Soon after she visited him and told him about how she felt, luckily for her Adam still loved her and accepted her. They have been going out for 7 years now, it may seem unbelievable but it is true. Shania works as a lawyer and Adam has a small business of his own, they had been saving up for a wedding for some time now, Shania had decided not to have an engagement and to get married straight away as this would reduce the costs and the couple were not willing to wait much longer. Everything was going perfect, just as they had wanted it to be. They finally arrived at the hospital. "Do you want anything to eat honey?" ...read more.


I and Shania have no biological connection, and we are to get married next month" said Adam feeling confused. Shania was ahead of the game. She figured everything out. She let go of his hand. Her mind was filled with thousands of thoughts. Her eyes filled with tears. She looked across at Adam who was stood there looking like a kid on his first day at school. She couldn't bear it any longer. She left the room and walked down the corridors to the exit, she stood outside for some fresh air. "Adam is my brother" Shania repeated to herself several times. She looked up to see Adam coming her way. She didn't know what to think. "Am sorry" whispered Adam as he approached Shania. Shania couldn't look him in the eye, she didn't know what to think, and she didn't know which of her thoughts would be acceptable. Adam was feeling much the same. Their wedding was no longer to be. Their dreams were ruined. Shania believed that 'Every story has a happy ending, and if it's not happy; it isn't the ending' however now, she was totally against it. ...read more.

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