Average girl

Amelia is an average girl. Average knowledge, average looks. But yet, she doesn't have many friends. She is sweet and caring and absolutely adores everybody. She tries her best not to judge the people she meets, and that is what got her in this situation. When a new student starts at the start of the school year, she is quick to jump head in on trying to make the person feel comfortable. Yet what happens when this new student is the bad boy Blake Harris? Does the magic sparkle or will they even be friends?


12. No strings

Penny waved as she disappeared into a crowd of people trying to get on the bus. A teacher was counting children and reading out names, making sure everyone was on the bus going off to camp. Penny had been in the best mood this morning, jumping up and down with excitement. She was halfway out the door before realizing that she had forgotten to put on shoes. 
"So... I'll come get my stuff after school and then i will find somewhere else to sleep." Blake said after the bus had driven away.
"Don't be silly, you are still staying at mine. Even if Penny isn't there. You got beat up pretty bad, remember?" I looked up at Blake, turning to face him. He smiled at me and took the cigarette from behind his ear, he had put it there this morning. "Still don't want one?" I smiled while shaking my head at him. "You're stupid." I said and started walking towards school. He laughed, i could hear it and it made my body weak. He had this annoying power over me, even when i wanted to hate him, i could not. 


Lunch-break was finally here after hours of boring classes. Harvey, Bethany, Millie and me had met up at our regular table, talking about everything and nothing. "And with those words, Gerard collapsed to the ground in a big pile of vomit!" Bethany said, setting us all into a fit of laughter. I looked up from the table and looked right into Blake's eyes. He was also sitting at his regular table with all the 'cool' kids, probably lying about his cuts and bruises. I smiled, and he smiled back and then he went back to his conversation so i went back to mine. We were back to not talking in school, just like we had been for these past months we had known each other. Yet somehow something felt different, it felt like we had a secret between the two of us. A secret only we knew, and it was ours to keep. I felt connected on an entirely new level, a level I had never been on with any other. 
"So how was your weekend, Aly?" I looked up from my sandwich, and smiled. "It's been good." Harvey and the girls exchanged looks. "Why are you blushing?" Harvey said. "I bet you kissed someone, or maybe you even did the deed?" Bethany said, leaning over the table eagerly. "Tell us! I demand it." Millie continued. I shook my head: "No, I will not. But I can tell you that Tom is now no longer the only person I have kissed." I smiled from ear to ear as the girls screamed, making everyone look at us, even Blake. "Shh, no need to attract more attention." I said, still smiling. "So who? Someone in this room?" Harvey said, sounding sort of sour. I looked at him in confusion and then said: "No. No one you know." The bell rang, and everyone around us started packing up and leaving the cafeteria. "Maybe I'll tell you someday, but not until I'm ready." They all agreed reluctantly.


"So, how was your day?" I said. Blake was standing on the other side of the counter, in the kitchen. I looked up from the dishes, only to see him flinching in pain. "What's wrong? Is your bruise hurting again?" I said with a hint of panic in my voice. "No, you just made us sound like a married couple with fourteen kids..." He walked slowly over to my side, and moved his hands down my arms, reaching into the bucket of water, with dishes in it. "But we can practice the making kids part, if you ever decide you want fourteen kids with someone." He whispered into my ear as he pushed his body against mine, turning me around slowly. "Blake. There is something i wanted to tell you. I..." He put his wet soapy finger on my mouth. "No talking. Just come with me." He grabbed my hand and pulled me out of the kitchen and up the stairs. Then he opened the door to the bathroom and pulled me in there with him. He turned on the facet in the tub and took off his shirt. His body was as muscular as i remembered, abs down his abdomen. He pulled me closer, so my body was against his. I started panicking when his hands went down the sides of my body, grabbing my t-shirt and started to pull it off me.
"I'M A VIRGIN!" I screamed, accidentally. I regretted it as soon as the words had left my mouth. Blake stopped dead in his track, looked me into the eyes and then started laughing. Loudly.

I rushed out the door and into my room. Tears were forming in my eyes and I couldn't stand even looking at him. I didn't want my mind to start making excuses for him, it was unfair no matter how you put it. I laid down on my bed, and could hear him turning off the water. 

Not long after, there was a knock on my door. "Aly, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to laugh at you, it was a mistake. Can i please come in?" I wiped the tears from my eyes and sat up. "Fine." The door creaked open and there was Blake, looking guilty. He came over and sat down on the bed. "I'm really sorry. It was just so unexpected. You are 18, and not exactly ugly." I looked at him angrily. "Wow, you are really sweet. 'Not exactly ugly'? I'm sorry I don't look like Crystal. I really don't know why you even came here? I'm sure she would fuck you, just like that." He frowned. "You know why i came here. And it isn't just for Penny anymore. I didn't lie at the beach." I shifted my weight. "You can stay, but just please leave me alone. At least for tonight. I just want to be alone." He nodded quietly and got up. As i laid down i heard the sound of the front door slam shut, followed by the roar of his car coming to life and driving off.

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