Face the Music

Julia is your typical sixteen year old girl. She lives with her mother and her little sister Marty, she has her insecurities, she has her boy issues, and oh yeah, her love for the British/Irish boy-band One Direction. When her seventeenth birthday arrives, everything seems perfect....until it all fell apart piece by piece. But to every rainy day there is always a rainbow, what will happen when she unexpectedly 'falls hard' for not one, but two of the boys in One Direction? And what would happen if they both like her back? Would rivalry break everyone apart? Or will the fandom get to them first? Just as life is, every situation has two faces. One is an amazing benefit, and the other could lead to sacrifice...

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10. Facing the Name Issue

Harry's POV

I raced after Julia as she headed for the door. Without even thinking, I put my hands on her waist. I could tell that she was surprised as a small gasp left her lips. "Wait Julie." She looked me in the eyes as I turned her around. I would have liked to stay in that position for at least a few moments more, but I could see the others staring at us by the corner of my eye. I quickly removed my hands from her waist and walked towards Paul. After much convincing, he let us go to Julia's house on the condition that we ran, and no one saw us. We all promised and hopped off the bus. Paul decided to call a taxi and find the fastest way to get the bus going again, while our driver just sat in his seat sipping coffee like nothing happened. I chuckled, when all of a sudden a smaller, cold hand grabbed my wrist. "Come on guys! You're asking to be seen just standing there like oafs." Julia was the one grabbing my wrist as she pulled us through twisted streets. When she let go, she ran even faster street by street. "What are you, an olympic track star?" Louis asked her running next to me. Julia simply laughed. For the first five blocks, we had no trouble following her, especially Liam who was the third fastest runner in the country when he was in his early teens. But by the seventh, it was kinda obvious who was used to running for the longest time. Personally, I thought it was hot how Julia was beautiful, athletic, and kind. But, I was sure I wasn't the only one who had noticed those features. Behind me, I noticed Niall staring mesmerised at her. Surprisingly, I kind of liked the competition. In the matter of minutes, we were at her house.

It was larger, brighter and had a tidier front yard than the houses beside it. "Oh shit. I don't have my keys." she said reaching into her jean jacket pocket. She turned to face us, but looked behind instead. "Ok, if you ever for some reason visit me, please don't do what I'm doing." We all stood on her doorstep puzzled. She climbed the trellis on the brick wall and hopped on the small level of roof which was much lower than the actual house roof. She climbed back down holding a little drawstring bag, only large enough to keep a ring inside. Out of the bag she took out a key and unlocked the door. Then, she threw the bag back up onto the small roof. I couldn't help but laugh. "What?" she asked opening the door for us to enter. "It's like mission impossible the way you had to climb on the roof. Haven't you heard of putting it under your door matt?" It was true, my mum hid the spare key under the door matt, and I thought it was smart. But that was before I saw Julia climb on the roof. "What's in here that is so valuable that you need to keep under lock and key, and by key I mean key on the roof." She opened her mouth to say something when I heard a soft meow. A tiny baby kitten with fluffy white fur hobbled over to us. "Make yourself at home." Julia said. I looked around to see the boys were as 'at home' as they could get in another person's house. "And what's your name?" I asked as I picked up the small kitten. "Ummm..." For some reason, Julia stuttered starting to blush.

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