~Nobody compares~

Tori is just an average teenage girl, working in a small coffee shop with a boss that is a jerk. When she runs into teen heartthrob Harry styles, he doesn't get the normal reaction he expects from her, which makes him like her even more. Read to find out what she does, and the risks she takes throughout the story. Is it worth it in the end, does she do the right thing? Or does she risk it all for nothing?

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He turned back to glance at me again before he left. He opened the door and took a step out, then all of the sudden he rushed back in spilling his coffee all over the floor. It was like he was in panic mode. "Does this door have a lock?!" He screamed. "What? Get out!! And no it doesn't!" I said. He rushed around the counter to the side I was on. "What are you doing?! This is staff only!" I demanded. "I'm sorry tori, there coming the girls are coming. Please, let me stay here for a few minutes. I don't think they saw me. Please. I'll pay you back. I promise" he looked up at me with a puppy face and I finally gave in. "Fine. As soon as they pass by your leaving. You have already ruined my day enough. And besides, I thought you loved the attention. MR HARRY STYLES" I said laughing. "Not funny" he said. Suddenly a bunch of girls came rushing in. "Where is he! I saw him in here!" They shouted. "No? Who? I don't know what your talking about. Dont slip on that coffee all over the floor" I kicked Harry. He looked stupid lying on the floor. " Oh, Do you want coffe?" I played it off very well, if I do say so myself. "Stop lying! I saw him, Harry!" They squealed. "No, you didn't. He probably ran around the corner. Why would you want his attention anyways?" I smirked and looked down at him. He was on the floor, trying to be quiet. He smiled and shook his head when I said that. "Omg, guys he's not here. Lets go, hurry before he gets any further" they said running out the door.
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