I walked up the stairs to Westland High. I was excited to see everyone again.

It was after Christmas Break and I had stayed with Grandma Swan. I had short auburn locks that reached my chin. I had bright blue eyes and a curvy figure.

“Abs, wait up!” Nathan yelled as he followed me. He finally reached me and

smirked. “We tenners have to stick together.” “Tenners?” I questioned as we kept walking. “We’re in tenth grade.” he said slowly. He had dark brown eyes and dark hair.

I rolled my eyes. “Whatever.”

I was wearing a white tank top and a gray wool sweater that clung to my curvy figure. I had on dark jeans and flats. “Abby!” I felt a body connect with mine and I fell into Nathan who fell on the ground. I turned to glare at my best friend Brenda. “Bree could you try to watch where you’re going?” I asked as I helped Nathan up. Her black hair hung down her back in curls as her brown eyes sparkled. She had chocolate skin. She was a little taller than me. She wore a black dress that

reached her knees. She had on a white long sleeved t shirt under it.

“I’m so glad I’m back. I couldn’t take another day with my cousin.” She sighed and rolled her eyes. “Hey Nateward!” Grace called as she made her way over. She was the girl that could kick anyone’s ass. Frankly, I didn’t care much. And frankly, she beat up

Nate the most. Do I know why? No. Do I care? Yeeee-No. Grace was blonde and had big green eyes. She might look pretty and nice but she was full of evil.

These were all my friends. Well some of them. I loved all of them with their silly antics and funny remarks.

Brenda, Nate, and I walked to our first period together. I decided to stop at the bathroom and told them to go ahead. I was walking around the corner when I ran straight into black. I looked up to lock eyes with green ones. I have never seen that kind of green. His lips were in a crooked smirk. His hair was dark chocolate and straight. The reason I thought I ran into black was because he was dressed in all black. His shirt was simple and black. His fitting jeans were black. His shoes were black and his big fat headphones were black.

“Sorry, sorry!” I said quickly as I grabbed the papers that fell from his hands. “It’s okay.” He smirked again. I turned bright red. “Your new?” I asked. “Yup, I just started.” He shrugged as he grabbed his books.

“That must be a pain.” I rolled my eyes. He shrugged again as he stood up. He helped me up next and smirked. “I’m Eli.” He smirked. I blushed. “I’m Abigail, but call me Abby.” “Abby, you have pretty eyes.” He murmured, looking deep into them. Green locked with sapphire. “Th-thanks, see ya around?” I asked hopefully, glancing down at my flats. “Guess you will.” He smirked as he walked away.

I blushed more as I ducked my head and walked off. “What’s up meathead?” Grace asked as she chewed on her gum. “Wow, Gracie, I never knew that you were so beautiful.” Nate said sarcastically. Grace rolled her eyes at him. We were all outside on fountain in front of the school. This was like our spot. Brenda talked about how she wanted to go out with some guy. I got up when I found out I forgot my Twilight book. I went back inside before the final bell. After I grabbed it out of

Mrs. Hawkins class I ran into another body. I groaned as I rubbed my head. I heard a low chuckle as Eli bent down to look at me. “Hello, Abby.” He smirked. “Hello, Eli. Thanks a lot for denting my brain.” I rolled my eyes. “Not my fault you need glasses.” He shrugged as he held out a hand to help me up. “You’re the one that needs to watch where you’re going.” I scoffed as I fixed my clothes.

He smirked down at me. I felt myself blush. Why am I always blushing in front of him? “I-I have to go.” I whispered and ran off. “See ya around, Blue Eyes...” I heard his murmur. I blushed again and hurried outside. Eli I smirked at my two best friends, so far here, Kyle and Logan. Kyle had light brown hair that fell into his brown eyes.

Logan was somewhat of a genius. He had short dark hair with dark eyes.

Logan leaned against his locker as he watched Kyle. “Bow chika wow wow.” Kyle grinned as he watched someone come down the hall. I turned to lock eyes with sapphires. Abby smiled shyly at me as she passed with a dark headed girl. She looked down and kept walking. I turned back to Kyle and Logan and hit them in the back of the head. “Ow!” he complained. “Stop checking her out.” I warned. They both grinned. “Dibs?”

“Double dibs.” I muttered. The thing about Abby was that she was different. She was round, but not that kind of round. Her breasts and waist had the perfect curve. Her eyes were like a drop of fresh ocean water. Her lips were full and pouty. Her hair was short and curly. Beautiful... “ELI!” Kyle yelled at me, breaking thru my thoughts. “What?!” I screamed at him. “If your so obsessed then talk to the girl.” Logan said.

“Shut up!” I growled at him. I walked to class. I had advanced English with her. Abby was actually in advanced 11th grade English. I slid into my seat, Kyle listening to music next to me. Logan started talking to a girl. Abby walked in, her natural blush still showing. She sat behind me. Kyle licked his lips and I glared at him. He shrugged as he started singing a song. “Well students, I will pick a partner for you and you will make a project on the magic of cells. Anything you can think of.” The teacher smirked.

She gave everyone someone until she stopped in front of me and Abby. She nodded at us and I turned in my seat to face her, smirking. She blushed brilliant red and frowned. She looked down. “Oh my God!” she hissed suddenly. “Who says he’s only your God?” I asked. She frowned again. “I left my Twilight book in Mrs. Dawes room.” “Ugh. Twilight. What is up with that sparkly vampire?” I asked in disgust. She scoffed. “Edward is hot and really nice.”

“Or....he’s a sparkly vampire who stalks girls.” I shrugged. “Oh shut it!” she snapped. So she was feisty. “Touchy.” I grinned. “Where should we start on the project?” she asked. “How about the Dot?” I asked as I stood up, grabbing my stuff. “What are you doing?” she asked. I raised an eyebrow. “Going to the Dot.” I shrugged.

She scoffed. “You can’t go now!” “I can and I will.” I watched as the teacher left for a pee break. I smirked and walked to the door as everyone watched me, shocked. I turned back to look at Abby. She frowned and thought about it for awhile then shrugged. She grabbed her stuff and walked over to me. Logan grinned and looked away, whistling. Kyle gave me thumbs up and made kissing faces. I ripped a piece of paper out my notebook and threw at him.

Luckily, he was leaning back in his chair and fell back with a loud THUMP! “Ow!” he cried. I chuckled and grabbed Abby’s wrist. She gasped as I pulled her out of the school. Abby I sighed as we sat on the bench outside of the Dot. Eli was drinking his coffee while I fidgeted. “Could you stop fidgeting? You’re making me nervous.” He chuckled as he covered his hands with mine to stop my movements.

I turned bright red and snatched my hands away from his warm ones. He put his hands back in his lap. He continued to sip on his coffee. He looked at the worksheet we were supposed to do for the project. His green orbs darted back and forth as he read the paper. “Well, I hope you know your science.” He smirked crookedly at me. I rolled my eyes. “I’m a 10th grader in 11th grade science. I think I can manage.” I replied.

He chuckled again. We started on the work and finished it. He always had a smart comeback and a smirk. We got up and started walking back to school. “You know your not half bad.” I smirked at him. “Wow, what a compliment.” He gushed sarcastically. I rolled my eyes at him. “Don’t roll your eyes at me, Blue Eyes.” He warned. I rolled my eyes again. He rolled his eyes at me rolling my eyes.

“Eli, why do you dress like that?” I asked. He looked at me. “Oh sorry! That came out wrong. You don’t have to answer it.” He chuckled and looked away. “I feel like the reason people wear want they wear is to be sucked into the egoistical world of popularity.” He shrugged. “Why beat to their drum when I can make my own music?” I thought about that for a second. “That...actually makes sense.” I muttered. Eli let out a laugh. I smirked at him.

“Do my colors bother you?” he asked sarcastically, but I could hear something brewing under it. “No, I like your style. A lot.” I admitted, blushing. He turned to look at me with raised brows. I looked down. “So, what’s up with your style?” he asked. “I like dresses.” I smirked. He smirked back. “I can see that.” “You don’t like them?” I asked.

“No! I think their cute on you!” he said quickly and I blushed. His eyes widened and his ears turned red. “Wow, Deadly Emo Boy has a heart.” I said sarcastically as he rolled his eyes. “You’re the one who’s sucked up in the fashion world.” He smirked. “I am not!” “Touchy, are we?” “Whatever.” I huffed. “I don’t care what people think of me.” “Really?” his emerald eyes lit up, “Then prove it. Scream. At the top of your lungs.” He smirked his crooked smirk.

I frowned as I looked at the park we were walking thru. Their were a lot of people here... “Aaaahhh....?” I let out a tiny wail. He smirked...again. “That’s all you got?” I frowned at him. “AAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!!!” I screamed. I closed my eyes then opened them with a smile. Everyone was looking at me shocked then looked away. Eli made a smug face. “Nice.” He grinned.

I smirked and crossed my arms. “Your turn.” I grinned. He backed away from me. “Sorry, not my style.” He smirked. “You have to, I had to!” I grinned as I followed him. He backed into a pole. “I said it’s not my style! I didn’t force you!” he argued back, grinning. I followed, jabbing a finger at him, when I stumbled and fell into his chest. He grabbed a hold of my wrists, keeping me upright. His grin suddenly turned into his trademark smirk as our eyes locked.

I stopped laughing and looked deep into his beautiful eyes. I glanced at his crooked lips and frowned. I barely know the guy! I snatched my wrists away. He held up his hands in surrender, an innocent smirk on his face. I crossed my arms under my breasts. I bit my bottom lip then mashed them together. I shifted on my feet nervously then sat down on a bench. Eli stuffed his hands into his pocket, still smirking. Eli

I walked into my school, smirking. I walked to Kyle’s locker and he smiled at me. “Bow chika wow wow.” He sang...again. I turned to see Abby... again. My day with her was incredible. I knew we had a moment and I knew she felt the pull too. I leaned against my locker, smirking at her. She had on a green button down blouse; the sleeves reached her elbows, showing her creamy skin. An overall blue jean short dress over it. The top stopped under her breasts, her bottom reaching her knees. Her hair was curled around her face; her blue eyes were like spring water.

She smiled gently at me and repositioned her bookbag purse. She turned back to her friend, I’m guessing Brenda. She looked over at me with her chocolate eyes. She whispered something to Abby and she blushed in return while Brenda had a smug grin on her face, eyeing me. They turned around the hall and I felt a hand smack me upside the head. “Ow!” I cried out and turned to Logan. “What was that for?!” “You’re like a stalker. Just ask her out already.” He grinned. I frowned. “It’s not that easy.”

“It should be. I mean the girl is hot. Go for it.” He responded as Kyle nodded in agreement. The bell rang and we headed to class. I sat down outside at a picnic table. Kyle and Logan joined me and immediately took out their phones. I frowned as I watched Brenda saunter over, her hips switching slightly. She sat down at the table, setting down of tray of salad. “Hey,” she shrugged as she ate. “Hey,” we all responded responded.

Abby came out of the school with a dark haired guy. My frown deepened.

Abby and him were laughing at eachother. I felt jealously and anger boil inside of me. Kyle hit my arm and I realized I must have looked livid. I relaxed and frowned. Abby and him walked over to us.

They stopped a few feet away. They looked at Brenda. She motioned for them to come. “She’s motioning us in her direction.” I heard the boy say. Abby nodded. “I see.” I chuckled lightly. They walked over slowly and sat down. Abby glanced at me under amazingly long lashes. She blushed when she saw I was staring. Kyle slapped my arm and I slapped his back. We got into a slap fight and the table started laughing. Suddenly, so called

Nate, was pushed out of his seat by a blonde girl. She chewed on a chicken leg. She pointed her chin in my direction. “Who are you?” she asked. “Eli, you?” I asked with a raised brow. “That’s for me to know and for you to never find out.” she remarked. Nate got back up and sat down on the other side of Abby. “Her name is Grace.” He frowned. “I apologize for......her.” Brenda sighed as she glanced at Grace.

Grace frowned as she stared at Kyle. I slapped Kyle’s arm and he looked up at her. He wiggled his eyebrows and she turned red. “Hey, you must be Grace.” Kyle grinned. Grace suddenly took her chicken leg out of her mouth and stuck it in his. I busted out laughing as he stayed frozen. He bolted up and ran to the school, trying to clean out his mouth. Grace smirked and turned to Abby. “Hey Andy?” she wiggled her eyebrows. Abby’s eyebrows knitted together. “My name’s Abby.”

“Yeah, yeah, whatever Andy. Do you want this coffee? I didn’t drink any.” She shrugged, taking a coffee out of her bookbag. I watched with quiet confusion as Abby shrugged and grabbed the coffee cup. She took a cautious sip. She smiled and drunk some more. “This is really good. Where did you get this?” she asked. “The trash.” Grace responded calmly. Abby’s blue eyes widened and she spit it out, it landed on Nate. He stood up calmly and walked away. Abby turned back to Grace.

“You gave me trash coffee?!” she screamed as she threw it on the ground. Brenda and I busted into laughter. “Yes, yes I did.” Grace grinned. She stood up and grabbed the coffee off of the ground. “See ya later Andy!” she took off. Abby stood up and growled. “It’s Abby!” I laughed again and stood up. Abby followed after me. “Walk you to class?” I asked with a smirk. She looked down and turned pink.

“Yeah...” we started walking as Brenda got up with a sly look in her eye. We walked thru the school. “You like me so much you wanted to walk with me?” I smirked as we passed lockers. She blushed, but smirked back. “Yup, can’t live without you.” she replied sarcastically. I chuckled then suddenly cut off when I heard a SLAM! We rushed around the hall and I watched as Logan was being slammed against the lockers.

“I’m going to teach you a lesson!” the big guy, Vince roared. His group was dressed in dark colors. Bullies... Clare frowned as I shoved my bookbag at her. I ran over to them and stepped in front of Vince who was about to punch Logan. I twisted his hand so it wouldn’t hit me. “Hey, what were you thinking when you got that haircut? No, really. Was there a Planet of the Apes remake I didn’t hear about?” I joked. He growled and grabbed a fist full of my shirt, lifting me up.

“That would explain the smell.” Kyle joked from behind me. “Hey! Let him go!” I heard Abby yell. I turned to look at her. She didn’t just look angry, she looked pissed. Her eyes were a darker blue and her cheeks were red. I raised an eyebrow. It was...hot. He let me go and I fell into Kyle as Vince stalked towards Abby. Abby frowned as he stuffed his hands into his pockets. “What is a sweet piece of ass like you doing protecting these nerds when you can have a real man?” he asked her, gesturing to himself.

I growled. Abby crossed her arms and glared at him. “Well, if your what real is then I don’t want it. Now apologize.” She ordered. I rolled my eyes; he was not going to apologize. Vince shrugged and walked back over to me while I helped Kyle up. I turned to him with a scowl. “I’m sorry......about your nards.” He shrugged. I was confused.

“About my wha—” I saw his leg swing up and kick me in the certain area. I cried out in agony as I fell to the ground. Vince laughed and shrugged as he turned to Abby. “I apologized.” He and his friends walked off. I clutched my area, rocking back and forth. Abby stood awkwardly until she came to comfort me. As I rocked back in forth, my head fell onto her creamy lap. I would’ve loved it except I was in extreme pain.

Logan frowned and walked to go get the nurse. I tried to stop him, but went back to clutching myself. I won’t be able to make babies. “What can I do to help?” she asked with a wary voice. “Don’t. Touch. Anything.” I gasped at her. She held up her hands in surrender and rolled her blue eyes. “Sorry.” She muttered. The next day I walked to school. I had on a black button down and a gray opened

vest. I had on dark jeans and combat boots. I smirked as I watched Abby walk away from Brenda. She was swearing a jean dress that reached her knees. A brown belt was wrapped around her waist. Brown leggings were on her legs to match. We were separated by a wire gate; I followed her and started to talk. “Well, Abby, after being kicked in my...nards, I think the best way to take care of this is to punch Vince’s ass out.” I smirked as she frowned at me. I finally reached the end of the gate and swinged around it to land in front of her.

She brushed her cinnamon curls behind her ear. “I thought you were better than that.” She scoffed. “He kicked me in the....nards. I have to get him back.” I frowned. “Or...you could let it go.” She reasoned. “Turn the other cheek?” I asked. “It worked for Jesus.” She shrugged. “Yeah, and he ended up getting nailed to wood.” I frowned. She rolled her blue eyes at me.

“Would you let it go...or are the rumors true?” she grinned. My eyebrows knitted together. “What are these supposed rumors?” I asked. “That you’re obsessed with death.” She shrugged. I frowned. “Whatever, people can think whatever they want about me. I’m just going to get back Vince.” I smirked. She crossed her arms. I don’t want to make her mad.

I sighed. “Fine, I’ll call off the dogs. Blow the whole thing over.” I reassured her. She smiled. “I knew you were smart. Besides, you really don’t have to impress me, Eli.” She turned away. I grabbed her elbow. “Who said I’m trying to impress you?” She raised an eyebrow, smirking. I rolled my eyes. “Eeee-liiii.” Vince called. I turned to smirk at him.

“Hm....two syllables. Good, good for you.” I joked. Vince shook his head and frowned at me. “Just can’t keep your mouth shut, huh looser?” he asked as he got closer to me. “You were about to beat up my friend, you insulted Abby, and you kicked me in the....nards! What do you expect?” I asked. “I expect this!” he grabbed a fist full of my shirt, but I didn’t even flinch. “Hey! Let him go!” Abby yelled at him. “Stay out of this, princess.” He growled. “This is none of your business.”

“It is if he’s my friend.” She argued as she stepped forward. “Hey,” one of Vince’s friend’s hit his shoulder, “Teacher.” He warned. Vince smirked and dropped me. I scowled at him as he backed away and went into the school with his friends. “That dude’s a menace.” I hissed. “Leave it be, Eli.” Abby warned. “No way! He’s gone too far...” I growled, thinking of the way he looked at her. She rolled her eyes and started walking with me. We walked into the school until Abby suddenly froze. My eyebrows

knitted together and I walked in front of her. I waved a hand in front of her eyes, but had no response. I followed her gaze and my eyes landed on... Abby It can’t be! He left! Beck Oliver was talking to Nate with a wide grin. I just wanted to kiss his full lips. But we broke up and he moved to North Carolina. His russet skin stood out. His straight black long hair shined in the dull lights. His chocolate brown eyes twinkled as his full pink lips moved fluidly with words.

Ugh! I sound like a stalker! I saw Eli look behind him and glare at Beck. He turned back to me. “What’s wrong?” he asked in a husky voice. “Th-that guy. Was my boyfriend....” I whispered.

When we went out it was all perfect. He was sweet and nice. He loved my personality. He was always cool with something and never freaked out. Eli growled. His green eyes looked into mine and he grabbed my fidgeting hands with his warm ones. “Stop being so nervous. He’s your ex right?” he asked. “R-right.” I whispered. I took a deep breath. Eli leaned in; I could feel his lips at my ear. “Then calm down.” He whispered and backed away, letting go of my hands.

I blushed ten shades of red. He smirked. I looked back at Beck and I knew he could feel my stare because he turned his head and met my eyes. His eyes widened and he blinked several times. Brenda walked over to us and smiled. “I see Beck! I can’t believe he’s back! He is so hot!” she skipped over to him and he quickly greeted her. I felt tears sting my eyes as he looked back at me. He started making his way over. I leaned up into Eli’s ear.

“I can’t. Not right now.” I whispered. I felt him nod and I took off. Eli I watched as Abby ran away. The guy walked in front of me. “Hey.” He greeted. “Hey.” I responded then turned on my heel. He followed me, of course. “I’m Beck.” “I’m Eli.” There was a short silence. “You know Abs?” he asked.

I turned to him with a quirked brow. “Who’s Abs?” I asked. He looked taken back. “Um, I call Abby that...” he shrugged. “Hmmm...” I hummed and kept walking. He grabbed my shoulder. “Do you know where she went? I really need to talk to her.” He sighed as he rubbed the back of his neck. “I don’t think she wants to talk to you.” I frowned. “She doesn’t?” he asked, shocked.

“No, that’s why she ran away.” I stated the obvious. “Can you help me? You know? Find her?” he asked. “I don’t know...” I sighed. “Please, help me out, Eli.” He pleaded. I groaned and nodded. He grinned and slammed his fist with mine. I waited outside of Abby’s 3rd period class. I smirked as she came out, tucking her hair behind her ears. “Eli, hey.” She smiled, but her eyes were red and watery. I frowned.

I cupped her face in my hands. Her face was filled with blush, but it looked cold. She frowned back at me. “Have you been crying?” I asked. “No.” she lied. “Your lying.” I accused. She glared at me. “I am not!” “Then why are you all red?” I asked. “I’m just...um...really....stressed out about, um, the math test on Friday! Yeah there we go!” she grinned and took her face out of my hands. I smirked at her and raised my brows.

“Really?” I smirked. “Yeah.” She nodded. “This isn’t about your ex?” I asked. “No.” she shook her head, her curls bouncing. “Then you wouldn’t mind talking to me?” Beck stepped around the corner with a smile. Abby squeaked and turned away. Beck grabbed her by the waist and sat her down on the bench. “Abby...” he turned to look at me. “Oh, I’ll let you talk.” I walked away.

Abby I looked away from him, refusing to meet his eyes. “Abs—” “Don’t call me that! Don’t ever call me that!” I said; my voice thick with tears. “Okay, okay. I’m just want to talk.” He said as he sat next to me. “I’m sorry.” “Beck, you never called, you never told me you were leaving!” I screamed. He sighed and looked away. “I’m said I’m sorry.”

“Sorry doesn’t fix my heart.” I sighed. “I know that,” he paused for a second, “You know I still have feelings for you, right?” he asked as he turned back to me. “Really?” I asked. He nodded. Before I knew what was happening, I was leaning toward him. His dark eyes became hooded and his lips found mine. It was soft, our lips barely touching, just moving together. He pressed it on firmer and I let my lips move with his. When I realized what I was doing, I pushed him off of me. I stood up.

“Abby!” he called after me. I shook my head as I felt tears sting my eyes. I turned and ran for it. The bell rung and people started coming out of their classrooms. I bumped shoulders with people as their voices hummed in my ears. Shoulders bumped me again and I fell from the pressure. I fell to the floor, on my knees; the tears were making it impossible to see. I let out quiet sobs. I felt arms wrap around me and I looked up at Eli. He smirked down at me, but his green eyes were wary. He helped me up and grabbed my hands. He cupped my face and wiped the tears.

“You okay?” he asked. “I’m fine, I-I just need to go clean up.” I smiled thru the tears. Eli nodded and helped me up. He led me to the girls’ restroom. I smiled and walked inside. I washed my face and looked at my face. It was red and my blue eyes were glazed. My hair was a mess. I combed it out and it looked at little better. I walked outside to bump into Eli. He caught me by the wrists and held me up straight. I smiled shyly at him. He smirked back.

I took my wrists away from his grip and started walking with him. Class had already begun. “You okay?” Eli asked, breaking the silence between us. “Y-yeah. I just....” I trailed off and sighed. “Just what?” Eli asked. “Nothing...”

Next Day... I laughed as Eli and I ran down the hall, hurrying to get to class.

We made it to science. I sat down in my seat behind Eli. “What is your excuse for being late this time Mr. Goldsworthy and Ms. Grant?” the teacher asked. “I don’t know.” I shrugged and looked away. Eli shrugged with me and the teacher rolled her eyes. She started teaching. “Dr. Brown, our principle, has said that you children haven’t been exactly getting along. So today, ladies and gentlemen, you will be writing down how you feel about your partner.” She explained. Oh no! Oh no! Oh no!

I frowned as Eli turned in his seat to give me a wink. He took out a piece of paper like me. I wrote down the title and looked back at him. “What do you think about me, Abby?” What was I supposed to say? Like: Every time you smirk I want to jump and kiss you until I can’t breathe. I want to soak in your minty, sweet scent. I want to rub my fingers thru your chocolate hair. I want to taste you on my tongue. I want your arms around me. I want-

“Abby?” Eli broke thru my thoughts. “Oh, I hate your sarcasm. I hate your hair,” I started. He smirked. “And sometimes I just want to wipe that smirk off your face and ki—” I stopped. Was I really about to say kiss? Eli frowned. “What were you going to say?” he asked. “What?” I tried to play dumb. I put on an innocent face. “You want to ki—?”

“Oh, um...” I trailed off, not meeting his eyes. “You want to ki— what?” he prompted and smirked. I glared at his smirk. “I want to kill you...violently. I want to wipe that smirk off your face by killing you....violently.” I said seriously. His smirked grew and his face got closer to mine. My breathing sped. “Are you sure that’s what you meant to say? Are you sure you didn’t mean something else? Sure sounded like it.” He grinned. I felt blood creep up to my cheeks. I looked away from his emerald orbs.

I felt something come down my lip. I frowned as Eli’s eyes and smirk grew. “Crap!” I had a nosebleed. I clutched my nose and got up as Eli stood with me. The teacher sent me to the nurse. She sent Eli with me and I rolled my eyes. We arrived at the nurse. “Oh, just tilt your head back, babe.” She said. I rolled my eyes and went in the bathroom. I cleaned out my nose. The door opened and I looked over to see Eli. He smirked at me.

“What are you doing? The nurse said to tilt your head back.” he smirked. “Yeah, but if I tilt my head back then I’ll swallow blood. And that’s gross.” I sighed. Eli laughed. “Do you get nosebleeds often?” “No, I don’t. This was weird.” I shrugged. “You know....they say nosebleeds happen by dirty thoughts.” He smirked. I blushed. “T-That’s ridiculous.” I growled. “Touchy, Abby.” He grinned.

“I am not. Now move so I can get out of here.” I tried to walk around him, but he was faster. He closed and locked the door. “Have you been thinking dirty thoughts about me, Abby?” he asked with another smirk. I blushed again. “No!” He got closer to me and leaned down in my ear. I felt his lips graze my cheek. “You’re a rotten liar, Abby.” He whispered seductively.

All I would have to do is turn.... I felt the familiar ooze of blood on my lip. “Dammit!” I cursed and leaned over the sink to clean out my nose again. Eli let out a loud laugh. Eli I smirked as I walked down the hall. I saw Abby pacing back and forth. She had worry in her blue eyes. She was wearing a white button down with a brown wool jacket over it and fitting jeans. Her hair was freshly curled around her creamy face.

I walked up to her, she ran into me. I put my stuff next to her open locker. “I actually missed you last night. Was Twilight on TV?” I asked. “I kissed Beck!” she said suddenly, not looking me in the eye. I was shocked. She kissed him? I felt jealously boil in me. I fixed my composure when her blue eyes turned scared. “Why?” I asked. “Why?” she repeated. “Why!?” I yelled at her suddenly. She frowned and backed away from me.

“Um, how is any of that your business?” she asked, crossing her arms, still not meeting my gaze. I grabbed her chin and made her look at me. Her blue eyes were filled with tears. “You’re my friend. I need to know.” I said softly. “I still...have feelings...for...him.” she said slowly. I took a deep breath. I could understand that. I used to have feeling for my past girlfriends. I closed my eyes, letting go of her chin and ran hands thru my dark hair. I paced around the now empty hallways as the bell rang.

“Eli?” she called, her voice shaking. I turned back to her. “I need to get to class.” I sighed and grabbed my stuff off the floor. I walked around her. I felt her eyes follow me as I walked into my class. Abby I walked into outside. It was the second day Eli had been ignoring me. I frowned as I saw his stupid hearse. He was in it, listening to stupid emo music.

I ran up to it, ignoring my mom’s calls from our car. I leaned thru the open passenger window. “Can we talk?” I yelled over the music. “No thanks.” He got out of the car, not looking at me. He opened the hood of his hearse, trying to avoid me. “Eli, I need to talk to you.” I frowned. “Well, I don’t.” he grunted as he pulled something out of the hood. “Why are you acting like this? Did I do something wrong?” I asked, tears forming. He finally looked at me, meeting my gaze evenly.

“Did I?” I asked again, letting the tears leak down my face. He sighed and shook his head. “I...I just....” he sighed. “Just what Eli?” I stepped forward. He sighed again and leaned on his hood, not looking at me. “Eli?” I called again. “I just need time, Abby.” He whispered and looked back up at me with his green eyes. “Time?” I asked.

“Yeah, I’ll talk to you later.” He slammed his hood down, causing me to jump and look away. He got in his car and drove off. I felt numbness overtake me so I walked over to my car and got in. “Something wrong?” my mom asked. “Yeah, I’m done with boys. Their so confusing.” I sighed, wiping my tears as she nodded in agreement and drove out of the school. Eli I sat down on my couch and rolled my eyes as my jock of a brother came down stairs.

“Hey, dude. Why the long face?” he asked as he sat next to me. “Girls.” I frowned. “Ah...girls. Can’t live with and can’t live without them.” He grinned. “Exactly! I can’t live without Abby!” I exclaimed. “Whoa! Abby? You mean that hot piece of—” “Shut up!” I frowned at him. “Sorry, what about her?” he asked. “I like her. We’re just friends, but I want to take the next level. Then she goes and

kisses her ex boyfriend. I can’t talk to her because I feel like she betrayed me even though we’re not together. What do I do?” I frowned. “You have to talk to her. She likes you. But this ex is an ex. Talk to her, man. It will be so much better.” He grinned and got up. I frowned. Talk to her...

I walked towards Abby’s locker. I saw her immediately even though I was surrounded by other students.

Her hair was curled around her red face. She had obviously been crying. She was wearing a white button down that was opened to show a fitting red camisole. It clung to her breasts and waist. She was wearing dark jeans and red flats. She sighed and slammed her locker shut. She frowned when she saw me and rolled her blue eyes. She turned away. “Abby!” I yelled and ran to get in front of her. She huffed. “Now you want to talk to me?” she sneered and walked around me.

I rolled my eyes and grabbed her arm. “Abby! C’mon...” I frowned as she turned to look at me with wet eyes. “Just talk to me.” “Why should I?” she asked. “I’m sorry, okay? I’m sorry that I was rude to you. I just needed time to think.” I whispered. She frowned. “To think about what?” “Nothing.” I said quickly. “Something can’t be nothing and something must have been something not nothing because something is always something with you.” she rambled.

I frowned in confusion. “.................What?” I asked. She rolled her eyes and turned away. “Abby,” I said as I walked in front of her. “I can’t do this right now Eli.” She shook her head and walked around me. I heard a door softly close and I frowned.

I walked into the thumping house. Why was I here again? I looked to my side to see Kyle with Brenda. I sighed and rolled my eyes.

That’s right, because of him. I walked around. I never liked parties. I only came because Kyle convinced me Abby would be here. And then I saw her. She was wearing a black dress. It clung to her curves and reached her knees. It was a v neck collar and had a white bow going thru the waist. She had on high heels and a black bow was in her hair. Her eyes were covered in dark eyeliner and her lips were glossy. Her face was red and she seemed to be drunk.

She fell into my brother and smiled flirtingly at him. Yup, definitely drunk. I leaned against the wall, watching her. She finally seemed to notice my stare. She smiled widely and quickly stumbled over to me. “ELIIIIIIIIIIIII!!!!!!!” she squealed as she threw her arms around me. I had nowhere to keep my hands so I carefully put them around her waist. “I see you’ve forgiven me.” I smirked. “Eli, I already forgave you.” she grinned.

“God, this party kicks ass!” she yelled to the party and everyone hooted. She turned herself back to me. She ran her hands up and down my chest. I felt my face turn uncomfortably hot. She giggled loudly as she leaned in and whispered in my ear. “I’ve been waiting for you.” she slurred. I frowned. “Abby, are you drunk?” I asked, even though I knew the answer.

“The real question is, am I drunk enough for you?” she asked while biting her bottom lip. Her hands went lower down my chest, then my stomach, andI grabbed her wrists before she could go any lower. She giggled again. “What’s wrong, Eli?” she whispered in my ear again. “Abby...I think you’re too drunk for my liking.” I chuckled. She frowned, but then grinned again. “I’m not too drunk to at least give you a blowjob?”

My mouth fell open. Did Abby just ask to put her mouth on my....Ugh! “I take that as a yes?” she asked as she replaced her hands on my chest to slowly lower themI grabbed them again, halting her movements. She smirked evilly up at me. She’s a devil in disguise. I frowned back. “Who gave you a drink?” I asked. “Drew, your brother. He gave me a lot.” She grinned.

I glowered at my brother, who was too oblivious and was flirting with a cheerleader. I grabbed her hand and started to lead her to the door. She pouted and stood her ground. I frowned and lifted her up to throw her over my shoulder. She wasn’t heavy. She giggled as I carried her to the door. I saw Kyle making out with Brenda and I hit him in the back of the head. He turned to me with an annoyed expression until he saw Abby. He smirked and Brenda frowned.

“Why are you carrying Abby like a sack of fucking potatoes?” she asked. Kyle chuckled. I shrugged and Abby let out a yelp from the movement then giggled. “She’s drunk.” They said together. I nodded. “El-iiiiiii! When are you going to whisk me away with your big dic-?” “O-kay,” I cut her off, my face turning red, “I have to get Abby home.” I walked out of the beating house. I heard their laughter behind me.

I walked swiftly to my hearse and opened the door for her. I plopped her inside and she squealed as she grabbed my loose black tie. She parted her lips in wonder as her face turned serious. Her face was really close to mine and I all wanted to do was kiss her pouty lips. She knotted her fingers in my tie to pull me closer. I smirked at her I untied her fingers and put her hands in her lap. I slammed the door and got in on my side.

Abby squealed as I threw her over my shoulder again. I carried her as her drunken giggles filled my ears.

I stood her on her feet as we got to her front door. I frowned as I tried to open it. It was locked. I looked at Abby to see she was theatrically locking her mouth and throwing away the key. I frowned and held out my hand. She shook her head and smiled. “Abby, give it up.” I said as I walked closer to her. She shook her head. “Give me what I want.” She trailed her hands down again. I grabbed them before they got to my waist. She smirked and stepped away.

“Give me the key. Where is it?” I asked. She pointed to her chest. I widened my eyes. Why, oh, why do girls put things in their bra? I crossed my arms and shifted uncomfortably. “Give me the key.” I said. “Give me your di-” “No, give me the key.” “Well if you’re not going to give me anything then go ahead and reach. But

from now on I’ll call you Dr. Feel-MeUp.” she giggled. I felt blush fill my cheeks. I frowned. “Give me the key.” I said slowly and stalked towards her. She smirked up at me. “Come and get it.” She whispered. “No.” I crossed my arms across my chest. She pouted then sighed when she saw my resolve wasn’t wavering. She dug into her bra and withdrew the key.

I grabbed it from her hand and opened the door. Luckily, her parents weren’t there. I walked into the house and picked Abby up again. She giggled. “Are you going to ravage me in my room?” she asked with another giggle. I frowned as she kicked her legs. I walked up the stairs and walked into a room. It was a typical teenage room. Mostly blue and light green. It had a computer in the corner with the bed against the far wall. It had a flat screen TV on the wall. I walked over to her bed and plopped her in the bed.

I went into her bathroom and looked in the cabinet for asprin. I took two tablets and walked back to her room. I gave them to her as she squealed again. “You’re going to have to put them up my ass because there is no way in hell I’m taking them.” She smirked up at me. “Abby, their not going in your ass.” I said sternly. She grabbed my face. “I know ways you could make me take them.” She whispered seductively. As she talked I put the small tablet on my index finger. I shoved the finger in her mouth. She was shocked at first then

smiled. I popped it out of her mouth and she licked her lips. “I’ll take anything you want if you keep that up.” she grazed her tongue up my finger. I snatched it away. “Nope, you need to go to bed. You take this pill in the morning.” I said. “Well, I need PJs. I can’t just sleep in this.” she gestured to her outfit. I frowned, she was right. I heard her front door open and close as her parents’ voice filled the house. I sighed and walked to her open bedroom window.

“Goodnight, Abby.” I whispered and jumped out into the night. Abby I woke up with a killer headache. I frowned and rubbed my head. What happened last night? I looked around; nothing seemed to look out of place. I suddenly felt my stomach churn. I clamped my hand over my mouth and scurried to the bathroom.

After puking my brains out, I took a shower and brushed my teeth.

I threw on a light pink button down. I put on dark jean capris. I could hear them arguing downstairs. I sighed and walked down the stairs. “How about you just forget about the family then!” mom screamed. “Don’t make this about Abigail! She isn’t apart of this!” dad yelled back. “Yes, and Abigail was trying to sleep. But unfortunately I was awoken.” I yawned as I walked thru them. They both looked at me, stunned. “Abby, when did you get home last night?” mom asked.

I frowned. “You know....I don’t remember.” I shrugged as I grabbed water out of the fridge. “E-Excuse me?” mom sputtered. “She’s a teenager. Leave her be.” Dad hissed. “Stay out of this!” mom growled back. I started to get between them and pushed their chests away from each other. “Okay, stop...STOP!!” I screamed at them. They both looked down at me, stunned. “I’m so tired of hearing you guys argue!”

I ran upstairs and stayed there until I saw the sun go down. I frowned as I realized I had been crying. I put on some comfortable clothes and washed my face. I frowned as I heard a sharp knock at my window. I walked carefully to the window and opened it. Eli toppled in and fell to the floor to land on his ass. I looked at him in confusion as he got up and stretched. He turned to look at me and smirked.

“I see your back to your old self.” He smirked. I frowned then remembered the party. I buried my face in my hands. “Crap, what did I do?” I asked. Eli went to go lay on my bed. “You were a little...flirtatious. But mostly to only me.” he sounded smug. “What did I say?” I hissed as I looked up to glare at him. “Well...you said a lot of stuff...” he trailed off. “What did I say?” I asked again.

“A lot about my man parts and whisking you away in your bedroom and sticking my finger in your mouth and blowjobs.” He shrugged, but his ears turned red. “Oh my GOD!” I groaned as I blushed and reburied my face in my palms. I heard him get up. “It’s okay.” He grabbed my wrists and lowered them. “It was kind of....kinky.” he smirked. I blushed again and got back in my bed. He smirked and walked with me. I motioned for him to come with me. He looked surprised, but followed my direction.

He got under the covers with me and I snuggled into his warm embrace. I could use comforting. I wrapped my arms around his waist as he did the same. “Are you okay?” he asked. I looked up at him and smiled. “I am now.” He frowned. “So you’re saying that I’m your savior?” he asked smugly. I pulled him in closer. “Something like that.” He chuckled as he smoothed down my hair.

He smirked. I moved closer into him only making him chuckle and get up. He grinned down at me. “I have to go. I’ll see you later, Abby.” He whispered. He ducked out of the window. “Goodbye, Eli.” I whispered, knowing he couldn’t hear me. I grabbed a fist full of his dark floppy hair. He smirked at me, teasing. He knew I wanted to be closer.

He drew circles with his thumbs at my lower back. I pressed my mouth back to his and licked his lower lip. His tongue responded as he darted his tongue over my teeth. I moaned. He started to make friction between our hips and I sighed into his mouth, causing him to smirk against our kiss. Our tongues battled for dominance and surprisingly, I won. I started to take the lead as I grinded into him. Only one word escaped my lips.

“Eli...” I sat up with a jolt. I ran a hand thru my messy curls. My lips felt like they were on fire. I needed more of him. I felt blood pool my cheeks for having such dreams. I put on a yellow button down and the jean overall dress I wore 3 weeks ago. I curled my hair and put on eyeliner with lip gloss. I put on my flats and grabbed my bag. I decided to walk to school and I jumped when I heard Eli’s voice.

“Hello, Abby. I have a feeling you slept well?” he smirked. “I...uh...” I couldn’t say anything. My dreams were all about him. He raised a brow. “I take that as a yes?” I felt my face turned red, but luckily Logan saved me. “Hey, guys!” he smirked as he stepped in front of us. “Hey, Logan. What’s going on?” I asked. “Not much. And why are you so red?” he asked. “Uh....Gotta go!” I said quickly and walked into the school.

Avoiding Eli was going great so far. I just needed to stay away. I was outside during lunch, hiding against a tree. “Who are you hiding from?” I heard Beck asked. I turned to him and screamed. He was eating an apple with a book. He smirked at me. Beck and I talked after we kissed and talked everything out. We decided to stay friends. I sighed in relief.

“No one. Why would you think I’m hiding?” I asked. “It’s Eli isn’t it?” he asked. My shoulders drooped. “Yes.” I muttered. “Well, you better come up with something quick.” He said. “Wha—” He pushed me away from him and I fell into a hard, dark body. Eli caught me in his arms and smirked. He held up his lunch.

“Lunch?” he asked. “S-sure...” I said. We sat in the shade, under a big oak tree in front of the school. I leaned against the bark and ate some of my grapes. I didn’t talk. I didn’t want to say anything after that dream. Eli finally broke the silence. “Is something bothering you? Something that you not telling me?” he asked kind of hurt. I sighed. I knew I wasn’t being fair to Eli. I was just being stupid.

I turned red and frowned. “It’s just a dream I had last night. Nothing to worry about.” I shrugged. He didn’t buy it. “What was it about?” he asked, smirking. “Nothing of interest.” I frowned as my face became hot again. He saw my flushed expression. “Try me.” he smirked. “No, it’s private.” I decided to stay silent and looked away as my face became more uncomfortable.

Eli’s dark eyebrows rose and disappeared under his bangs. “Oh, really?” his tone was suggestive as he leaned toward me. “Yes, really.” I frowned back and got up, packing my stuff. I felt his warm hand catch my wrist. I looked down and locked eyes with his emerald orbs. “If I’m correct, and I usually am, then I know what you dreamed about. And if I’m right, and I know I am, my dream undoubtedly topped yours.” He said dead serious, not breaking eye contact.

He started to rise and kept his eyes locked with mine. His face became leveled with mine even though he was taller than me. His minty breath hit my face and I couldn’t break his eye contact. I felt his lips hesitantly press against my forehead. I shuddered. Then, he released my wrist abruptly and slid back down the tree to resume eating his lunch. I was in shock. What did he mean that his dream undoubtedly topped mine?

I felt blush fill my cheeks again. I quickly gathered my stuff and walked away to catch up with Brenda. I couldn’t help but think about his dream. If it undoubtedly topped mine then what was it about? I blushed more at the outcomes and headed to class. Eli “Hey, man, why the shit-eating grin?” Logan asked. “Is it wrong to be happy?” I asked as I leaned against my locker. He grinned.

“Abby?” he asked. “You know it.” I smirked. He smiled and started dancing. Logan could out dance anyone at this shitty school. He turned in a circle and slapped his palm with mine as we did a handshake. I smiled back as I closed my locker. Kyle came over and started singing. “She could be the one...she could be the oonee.” He smiled. I rolled my eyes.

“We aren’t together.” I shook my head. “WHAT?!” they screamed at me. “Aw I did that whole dance for nothing.” Logan walked away, shaking his head. I frowned and turned to Kyle. He smiled widely at me. “Dude, you need to get with her. I bet she wants to too.” I shrugged.

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