Summary: Feature

Brian just wants to be normal like everyone else. His best friend helps hatch a plan that will make that happen. How will it all turn out?


Categories:
Characters: None
Story Attributes: Caught With Consequences, Consensual Change, Fancy Dress/Prom, Fictionalized (Based on true events), Halloween Surprise, Petticoats/Crinolines, School Girl/Girl's School, Sweet and Sentimental
Story Era: None
Story Warnings: Contains Serious Injury and/or Death
Series: None
Chapters: 4 Table of Contents
Completed: No Word count: 10091 Read Count: 32362
[Report This] Published: 21 Feb 2011 Updated: 04 Apr 2011
Story Notes:

 

Dedicated to Kimberly Elizabeth Fox
(08/28/1950 - 06/11/2008)
Without you, I would have never had the courage to share my works. I miss you!

Thanks to Maggie Finson, and Catrina Lochley for your help with story development and charecter ideas. Also thanks to Annette and Karen Page for always encouraging me to continue writing, despite how frustrated I made them.

Disclaimer: The original characters and plot of this story are the property of the author. No infringement of pre-existing copyright is intended. This story is copyright (c) 2011 Julie Christine/Kirstyn Amanda Fox. All rights reserved

 

1. Chapter One - The Plan by Kirstyn Amanda Fox [Comments - 189] Liked (2875 words)

2. Chapter Two – Trick or Treat? by Kirstyn Amanda Fox [Comments - 10] Liked (2768 words)

 

Aurora

Chapter Two – "Trick or Treat?"

 

Somehow the woman at the door noticed, and said “Wow, what a wonderful group of costumes we have here, but I think your friend Sleeping Beauty there seems to have gone silent.”

Everyone turned to me at that point, and  my body took it upon it’s self to betray me and blush violently. Once that was taken care of, I smiled politely and said “Trick or Treat?” and even added a bit of a curtsy.

 

 

Dedicated to Kimberly Elizabeth Fox
(08/28/1950 - 06/11/2008)
Without you, I would have never had the courage to share my works. I miss you!

Thanks to Maggie Finson, and Catrina Lochley for your help with story development and charecter ideas. Also thanks to Annette and Karen Page for always encouraging me to continue writing, despite how frustrated I made them. And an added thanks to everyone that has been encouraging me to continue this story. You know who you are! :)
-JC.

 

 

3. Chapter Three – Parent’s, Family and Friends by Kirstyn Amanda Fox [Comments - 9] Liked (2175 words)

 

Aurora

Chapter Three – Parent’s, Family and Friends

“What do you mean, they planned this?” Brian’s Mom, Sarah asked with more than a bit of bite to her voice.

“Not the accident, well not the car accident. The Accident with the costume.” Tracy said as she tried to convey both just how sorry she was, and how important Aurora was to the child that lay in the bed.

Dedicated to Kimberly Elizabeth Fox

(08/28/1950 - 06/11/2008)
Without you, I would have never had the courage to share my works. I miss you!

Thanks to Maggie Finson, and Catrina Lochley for your help with story development and charecter ideas. Also thanks to Annette and Karen Page for always encouraging me to continue writing, despite how frustrated I made them. And an added thanks to everyone that has been encouraging me to continue this story. You know who you are! :)
-JC.

 

 

4. Chapter Four – Same Stuff Different Dreams... by Kirstyn Amanda Fox [Comments - 30] Liked (2273 words)

Aurora

Chapter Four – Same Stuff Different Dreams…

Spotting the two children from the door of her classroom, Miss Taylor walked over and asked, “Well aren’t you adorable. What’s your name sweetie?”

“Brianna,” the little girl said a bit shyly.

“And whom is this young man?” Miss Taylor asked of the little girl.

“This is my big brudder Denny. He’s 8!” she said with pride.

The bond between these two kids was greater than she had ever seen.


Dedicated to Kimberly Elizabeth Fox

(08/28/1950 - 06/11/2008)
Without you, I would have never had the courage to share my works. I miss you!

Thanks to Maggie Finson, and Catrina Lochley for your help with story development and charecter ideas. Also thanks to Annette and Karen Page for always encouraging me to continue writing, despite how frustrated I made them. And an added thanks to everyone that has been encouraging me to continue this story. You know who you are! :)
-JC.