Asia Tao and The Essence of the Dragon 3.4

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Asia Tao was an ordinary teenager; she wanted a normal life. She wanted to have fun and she wanted to be liked by her peers but unfortunately for her life would never be normal again.

Asia's mother and father disappeared when she was just ten years old and since then she had lived with her grandfather in China. When her grandfather died the courts decided she would now have to leave everything she knew in China and move back to America with her last living relative her aunt Angela.

Once at her new school in Pensacola, Fl her life took a turn for the worst. After drinking a mysterious liquid in an ancient Medallion left to her by her parents she obtains superpowers. Now she must fight the evil that was born to match her.

Shift 3.4


CHAPTER 3: Puppy Love

3.4 Puppy Love: New Addition


“Well good luck with that,” Dyami said as he and Ahote walked towards Ahote’s house. “This is why I’m single girls want too much.” He added.


“Is that the reason you are going to go with?” Ahote asked jokingly.


“Shut up,” Dyami said annoyed.


Ahote began to laugh, “Come on man I’m just joking don’t take it personally.”


“Oh, I’m not I ain’t worried about no haters as long as these women love me.” Dyami grinned as he shoved Ahote playfully. “So what are you doing after dinner?” Dyami asked.


“I don’t know I guess I’ll be devising a plan to convince Aoki that I like her and I’m not trying to make Chenoa jealous,” Ahote replied.


“Sounds boring,” Dyami said.


“Well, there isn’t much to do,” Ahote said.


“Ask your grandfather car we borrow the truck to go into town,” Dyami said.


“You know how he feels about us going into town alone at night,” Ahote said.


“I know, but that’s when all the fun stuff happens,” Dyami explained.


“Well, my grandfather couldn’t care less if we have fun or not,” Ahote said.


“Okay then don’t ask borrow when he goes to sleep.” Dyami grinned.


“Are you insane?” Ahote asked shocked. “He already doesn’t trust me and if I take his truck without asking he never will.” He said. “You know he is always yelling at us about being irresponsible and saying I’m not ready to be chief,” Ahote said as he began to get worked up.


“Dude calm down it was just a suggestion,” Dyami said. “But you know if we invite Aoki and Kim along it would prove to her that really like her, I mean you have never done anything like this for Chenoa.” He said. Ahote began to ponder the idea. “Good idea huh?” Dyami asked.


“Yes if we get away with it but if we don’t.” Ahote started.


“But we will.” Dyami interrupted him.


Ahote sighed, “I don’t know I have to think about it.”


“Okay cool, I’ll call you after dinner,” Dyami said as they parted ways.


Ahote walked up onto his porch and sat down. He was deep in thought about what Dyami had proposed when his grandfather came out onto the porch. “Ahote.” He said.


“Yes grandfather,” Ahote replied startled.


“You are jumpy,” Namid said as he sat down next to Ahote.


“I didn’t see you were standing there,” Ahote said.


“I guess things didn’t go too well with Chenoa I heard about your fight with Zachary,” Namid said.


“No, she chose him over me.” Ahote sighed.


“Don’t worry the river always flows back to the ocean.” Namid smiled.


“Well this ocean is no longer chasing waterfalls, and it’s checking out new rivers,” Ahote said.


“I’m not familiar with that analogy,” Namid replied confused. “But I just came out here to inform him that a new family is coming tomorrow and they will be our first Caucasian family to join the tribe.” He said.


“I didn’t know they could shift,” Ahote said confused.


“I had always heard legends when I was a boy, but now as a man, I have seen it with my own eyes,” Namid said.


“And the council agreed to this addition?” Ahote asked shocked.


“No, but I used my veto power, it’s a new day and its time for a change,” Namid said with a smile. “And dinners ready.” He added as he got up and went back inside.