Summer Love

Every summer, Kaylee has to go to the Kalihari Desert while her mom is studying meerkats with other scientists. She's the only teenager there, and it's very lonely. Kaylee expects her last summer going to be miserable, but that all changes when she meets the love of her life--Louis Tomlinson.


17. My Accompanist

A few days later, I woke up and lifted myself into the wheelchair. I attempted to leave the bedroom on my own, but that didn’t work out so well. I had to yell to Louis to come open the door and help me make my way out.

“So what would you like to do today?” Louis asked me later in the living room.

I shrugged. “I brought a couple movies, but they’re all really girly and you probably wouldn’t want to watch them…”

“I’ll watch them with you,” he replied. “I’ll do anything with you.”

Louis helped me onto the couch and he popped the DVD into the television. Then he sat down and put his arm around me.

He must have been in misery the whole time the movie was on, because it was about a girl getting ready for her wedding on the beach, and it’s actually a pretty funny movie until the husband dies during the wedding. While I had my head in Louis’ lap crying, he looked like the weirdest thing in the world just happened.

I wiped my eyes and sat up. Louis plastered on a smile and said, “That was a great movie!”

I laughed. “You acted like Cody drowning at the wedding was as if he was abducted by aliens!” I exclaimed. “But thanks for watching it with me.”

I wrapped my arms around him and laid my head on his shoulder. “I can’t believe we only have another month and a half before we leave.” A few moments later, I said, “I wish it would never end.” I lifted my head up and looked at Louis.

“I’m so glad my dad had that business trip,” he said. “I would’ve never met you.” He leaned down and gave me a quick kiss.

“I love you.”

We kissed again, but longer now.

“I don’t know what I’d do without you here,” I told him. “This is my last summer here, and I would’ve been miserable. Again.” I snuggled closer to him and gave him a kiss. “I can’t believe I even wanted to stay home and go shopping with my friends. This is so much better.” I grabbed his hand as I kissed him.

“This is so much better than practicing for The X Factor,” he said. “I promise if we become famous, or even just to the second round, I’ll write a million songs about you.”

I brushed my fingers through his hair as we kissed. “They’ll be my favorite songs.”

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