Maddie Lynn is a heartbreaker to say the least. Her dark brunette hair and huge, blue puppy-dog eyes could make anyone love her, girls included. She didn’t pride herself in her looks though, but rather in her kind personality, not believing that she had the looks of what everyone described.
Maddie is humble and prefers to give than to get. She is constantly donating her money to good causes, rather than diamonds and shoes.
She and Liam James Payne were always giving together until the X Factor came and he was soon put into a band which escalated in popularity to become the biggest boy band in the world. She broke up with him before the audition. But that seemed to be her biggest mistake.
Two years later, after Liam had been dating a girl for that long, Liam announces his wedding date to Fiona Lenni and invites Maddie. After being hung up on Liam for two years, Maddie is at a loss for what to do.
Trouble arisesand Maddie finds herself interrupting a wedding…


6. Nervous

"Maddie," My science teacher smiled at me and handed me the test we wrote last week, "Another job well done."

I nodded at him with a smile and rolled my eyes at the ninety-six displayed on my page. Another stupidly good result that my mum is going to just LOVE. Jamie looked at me with wide eyes and sighed, looking at her low forty-five again. She would be really smart if she just applied herself and actually, you know, STUDIED. The person behind me tapped my shoulder and passed me a note like she did a few days ago. The handwriting this time was a perfectly neat and slanted cursive, unlike Josh's messy scrawl.

Meet me outside the classroom after class. I want to talk to you - Adrian

I smiled and replied happily, passing it back and then starting my few test corrections. All subjects came easily to me, which I found rather unfair for others, who struggled. I'm actually surprised the science class is this big. The bell shrilled through the room and everyone sighed in relief, packing away our books and stationary excitedly. Second Lunch break and then two hours and then home time. Yay for us. First Lunch break I spent with my friends at what everyone considered the POPULAR TABLE, but I considered the table full of my friends.

I walked slowly out the room, talking with Jamie about her grades until I reached the door and waved good-bye to her. Adrian was leaning against the wall, his blonde hair spiked up perfectly and his blue eyes glittering. His face lit up in a smile and I returned one.

"Hey, Madz," He greeted flirtatiously as I walked to stand before him.

"Hey," I giggled, "I'd make you a nick name but it wouldn't be very nice. Never been good at nick names so you'd probably get stuck with Aids or something."

He laughed and ran his fingers through his hair in such a way that I bit my lip. "

Maddie," He said nervously, "D-do you want to go get some ice-cream after school, maybe... If you want to."

"Sure," I smiled brightly at him, receiving one in return, "C'mon, lets go to Lunch."

Adrian held out his arm and I put my arm around his as we walked down the halls to the lunch room. As the doors swung open, everyone's heads swung around to look at us, staring at us with wide eyes. I felt self conscious and looked down, biting my lip. Why was everyone staring at us? We're just people. They know us.

We walked to our table awkwardly and I felt so nervous under everyones gaze. Like a rat in a lab, being inspected and prodded with gloved fingers. We sat down silently at the table as if nothing was going on at all. Jamie and Hillary stared at me with wide eyes, not saying a thing, just watching, their eyes darting from Adrian to me.

"Um...." Abbigail Smitt, a snobbish girl with highlights and a lot of makeup, started in her 'dumb blonde' accent, "Are you two, like, dating?"

I shook my head, "Not DATING per-say, there's just a possibility of becoming a couple."

"Exactly," Adrian smiled with a nod.

"Oh," Abbigail looked around absentmindedly before looking back at us, twirling a lock of hair, "Well, You look cute together."

I blushed and looked away slightly, still nervous under the eyes of Jamie and Hillary. They didn't look away from me during the whole of lunch, watching me so closely that I was scared to even breathe in the wrong way, for fear of embarrassment. Is that what it's like to be one of those people with not many friends?

Six more days.
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