Betrayed

An average girl from london england who works for a magazine company called " Believe". Her editor and chief Kennedy who hires Marley to get "the scoop" on everything One Direction. Marley has to go through a mountain of lies and betrayal in order to keep her job and her friends. this story has many twist and turns, ups and downs so i hope that you are ready for a thrill ride.

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5. Afterwords

Harrys P.O.V.

"Oh wow nice going Harry" Niall said.

I looked at him with my death stare. "Niall I already feel bad enough about it you don't have to keep reminding me anyways!" and with that being said I got up and walked away. Oh god did I feel ever so stupid ! Although she may be a Paparazzi hired to probably spy on us. I couldn't stop thinking about the girl with those green eyes and that red hair Marley. Yes her name is Marley oh what a beautiful name it suits her quite well. I think that I must have said the last bit out loud because Louis came over and asked who I was talking about. So I told him and he laughed .

"You have got to be kidding me!" Louis started "You are falling over a girl you don't even know and you probably will never see again!" and yes I knew that I would probably never see her again but I could only hope that I may someday.

"Hey harry wait!' as i turned and saw Niall chasing me.

"What is it now. Here to make fun of me about Marley again?" i asked

"No" Niall said "i just want to talk to you".

I looked at him for a moment then i said "Yeah sure go ahead "

Niall paused for a few minutes then started " So i over heard you and Louis , so is it true do you really like this girl you don't even know?"

I sighed " Yes it is true, but the thing is I feel as if I do know her, its just I don't know ..... I need to see her again" 

Niall looked at me and there was something in his eyes that seemed upset like maybe he liked Marley to. "Well i think that can be arranged" Niall said.

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