Dark Secrets- Stories

Today I am sharing with you the first part of my book, which I started writing a few years ago, but I didn't decide to share it with you until today. The only reason I am sharing it today is that I really hope you will like the first part of this book and that you will want a sequel. That would give me the motivation to write new parts of the book. 

Dark Secrets

Part 1: The mystery of the missing child

Introducing me and my family


I am Alina I am exactly 9 months old. Today I am going to kindergarten for the first time. I can't wait to meet new people who are not my parents. I'm really looking forward to the first day because it's a special day, I have >something< strange feeling that something is going to happen that no one will expect. 

When we arrived at the front of the classroom, we came across a child who had been brought by his mother. His name was Cameron. I didn't know then that he would one day become my best friend. So I crawled to the classroom. Cameron came up behind me and greeted me nicely and asked me if I wanted to keep him company all day???? I said yes, why not, I don't know anyone yet, so at least I'll have someone and I won't be bored. 

At lunch, what I had been waiting for all day came next. It happened when I wanted to reach the cutlery that was on the trolley. Then I flew (I still don't know how I did it) and distributed the cutlery to everyone. Everyone was going crazy, but Cameron was the most excited, but he thought it was D-best. We have been inseparable friends ever since. 

The teacher didn't understand, so she immediately called my parents. They soon came and, miraculously, were not so surprised. Something similar happened to my sister Bianka. Except that she was trying to escape because her class was crying too much, and she used the power of taming building objects to remove the door and escape into the courtyard because another teacher had found her. 

That teacher called the parents, who came immediately. My parents were very surprised because it was the first time this had happened to them. My parents do not have the strength only my sister and I have. My sister is 7 years old and she is in the 3rd grade of primary school. Mum says she got the power on the same day as me, on the first day of kindergarten. She was the same age as I am now. She often helps me to sort out cases when she is not so busy with school.  Enough about my sister, you will get to know her better later. 

Now it is time to describe my parents too. My mother, Jennifer-Jen Moonlight, is a pastry chef by profession and runs the Luna Café and Patisserie. She has no supernatural powers herself. She is not married to my father yet either. She is doing well in her job, as she has many regular customers. My mum is very affectionate with me and spends much more time with me than my dad. She is very hardworking and would do anything for me. 

My eyes Patrick Moonlight is the financial director of Luna Café and Patisserie. Most of the time he is working or dealing with his fears, so my mum takes care of me. He doesn't have supernatural powers either. He is kind, hard-working, caring (although he doesn't show it). 

You won't believe it, I also have an aunt. Her name is Maggy Moonlight, she's single. She's a policewoman by profession. I trust her a little bit more than my mum, because my mum is often busy and sometimes she runs out of time for me. Even though she also has a lot of work in the police, she always makes time for me. Just like my mum. 

And, of course, I must not forget Cameron Bread, who is my best friend. My parents do not pay much attention to him, so he often sleeps over at my place. We solve complicated crimes together. And he has a lot of fun solving crimes. 

My parents told my teacher that this is normal in our family, because it happened to my sister Bianka. So they left shortly afterwards. Just then, there was a loud scream in the kindergarten. It was coming from Class 2, the teacher shouted, as she counted all the children, but one was nowhere to be found. In fact, she screamed out of fear. Who wouldn't be if one child disappeared. 

Cameron and I went to the door to see what was happening in the corridor, or at least to hear something. Cameron was too small to peek out. I remembered that I had powers and could fly, so I flew to the window and looked out. But Cameron was listening, because he has a really good memory. 

He had heard that a woman with long black hair, who had a laundry clipper in her hair, was suspected of being behind the missing boy called Troy. Tory disappeared only about 10 minutes after she left. 

Conclusion of the first chapter:

Thus began my first mission called: the Hiding of a Missing Child.

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