Dangerously In Love

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  • Published: 14 Mar 2013
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COMPLETED. Georgia Brink had a wild past. She lived a dangerous life. She wanted out. Moving to Bane was supposed to be a new change for her. That was until she met Niall Horan. She swore to herself that she wouldn't get into the bad crowd. She promised herself she would be the good person she used to be. Will she keep her promises? Or will she fall for the badass, Niall Horan? ((first chapter to the sequel is up))


28. Epilogue



“We’re graduating today.” Niall murmured into my hair. We were in the stable, with the tv down low and on the sofa. It was a quiet day in June. The sun was high in the sky and burnt everything it touched.

So many things have changed since November. Niall went back to his castle of a house. He stayed there occasionally but spent most of his time in the stable. Most of his stuff were in here but he went back to his own home for legality reasons. Since he was 18, he was allowed to stay in the house without an adult being an adult himself. 

My mom and dad let him do whatever he wanted but they acted like his own parents but at the same time they acted like he really was my boyfriend. Like one moment they’d be scolding him for coming home late then the next they’d tell him to go home without seeing me. It was weird but I understood why.

Niall didn’t hold a funeral for Nixon. Nixon was buried beside her without people knowing except for Niall and I. Not even James knew that we buried him already. Niall claimed that no one would end up going because he wasn’t the most nicest person in the world but I was pretty sure it was because he couldn’t stand people knowing that he was an orphan with no family. His parents were dead, his uncle was dead, his grandparents were also dead and his mother so happened to be an only child. it was so upsetting to see him cry at his mother’s grave because I’ve never seen him cry like that. I ended up leaving to give them some privacy. But ever since then, I’ve been visiting Brenda Horan’s grave for Niall, for Nixon and for myself. It really was too bad I didn’t get to meet her, Niall had such happy memories of her.

There was no more Death Disciples. Since the leader was dead, the second in command was the leader. However, the second in command ended up being Niall and he decided to want nothing to do with the gang. So Niall told them all to join another gang since Death Disciples was over. There weren’t actually many protesters, most of them ended up in Valley Kings.

James ended up being one of our best friends. My parents were a little anxious at first since James was the one who kidnapped me and he also happened to be my ex boyfriend but once they found out about Nikki and about his quest to find her uncle, Henry. They warmed up to him eventually but things were still a little rocky between the three of them.

Aaron hasn’t bothered me since Niall punched him in the face. I guess it had something to do with the very venomous glare Niall threw at him whenever he was in our line of vision but then I later on found out that James paid him to keep quiet and stay away. I was so thankful to James when I found out. Aaron tended to bring out the memories that scared me the most whenever he spoke or looked at me. 

And I’ve finally learnt how to control my attacks or what I like to call ‘Black Moments’. I started going to a therapist in January and that wasn’t forced. In fact it was the other way around, they didn’t find out I was seeing a therapist until April. I’ve learnt how to push the memories back, i’ve learnt how to control my emotions and I’ve also learnt how to open up about my experiences there. The funny thing was, even though I was the one who made my appointments, I didn’t tell my therapist until seven sessions later. 

I’ve kept a journal ever since the first session. My therapist said that it would be a great way in practicing in how to voice my memories and my thoughts. I was only supposed to write in it until I’ve told her about it but it kind of stuck and I’ve been writing in it every since. No one actually knows about it except for her and i don’t plan on telling anyone at all. 

I’ve had 17 Black Moments including the first five I had in those first three days. It doesn’t seem a lot in 6 months but according to my therapist it was a lot more than it should have been. I still have those moments where I can’t breathe or those moments where I randomly start crying but I’ve learnt to control that and I’m able to stop my attack on my own. 

James did end up finding Henry’s body. Actually, Niall did and gave it to him. turns out Nixon wasn’t as sick as we thought. He was even worse. Henry’s body was in the basement of their house, right beside Niall’s old xbox station. It was creepy and I had to be there when he found it and frankly that triggered the worst Black Moment I’ve ever had.

“I know. Time flies, doesn’t it?” I answered, my eyes were trained on the tv without actually seeing anything.

“I’ve got something to show you.” He murmured. I immediately sat straight up and out of his arms. I looked at him and waited until he took out an envelope beside him. He handed it to me and i read aloud what it said on the front.

“University of California, Los Angeles.” My eyes widened at the name of the college. I looked at him and he had a wary expression on his face. i hastily opened the already opened envelope and scanned the letter.

“Dear Mr Horan, blah blah blah, we are happy to inform you that you have been accepted to our University...” i gasped. I looked at him and i’ve never been more happy.

We never discussed colleges. We never discussed what would happen in the future. We tended to avoid all conversations about our life after high school. I always assumed that we’d do long distance or whatever. I assumed that Niall wouldn’t go to college because he never seemed like the person who wanted to go. I’ve always wanted to go to UCLA but I put in applications to different colleges. I even applied to WSU, which I never expected I would. 

“Does that mean you’re going to UCLA?” I asked him, trying to contain my excitement. He nodded, still showing signs of wary. I squealed loudly and hugged him tightly.

This evidently means we were going to the same college. I felt him hesitate before wrapping his arms around me. I was so excited that I was jumping in his arms. I felt his chest vibrate as he chuckled.

“I know we never talked about going to college or anything but I applied to UCLA but just in case I applied to Berkley, WSU and a whole bunch of others in the west. I hope you don’t find it creepy or anything.” He said when we pulled away.

“Creepy?” I scoffed, still grinning like crazy. “Of course not! Oh, Niall, this is so great! We’re going to UCLA together. You chose UCLA, right?”

“Yes. It was my first choice.” He answered, smiling.

“We’re going to UCLA!” I squealed, my excitement getting the best of me. He chuckled again and kissed my forehead affectionately.

“What course will you take?” I asked. “I haven’t chosen one yet.” I decided to go undefined and wait until I find something I enjoy.

“Um, I’m not entirely sure yet. I was leaning to engineering but I’m not so sure anymore.” He answered. 

“You should do engineering! You’d be great.” I recommended. He pursed his lips then smiled at me.

“I love you.” He murmured. “But maybe I’ll go back to it. I’ll just go undefined.”

“Okay, I love you.” I replied and pecked his lips. “Now, I have to go get ready.” 

“We’ve still got hours.” Niall protested, clinging to my body.

“And I need those hours. I’ll meet you there.” I winked as I pried his hands off me.

“What?” He asked. “Why there?”

“I want it to be a surprise! I’ll see you later.” I grinned and blew him a kiss as I skipped out of the stable.

I spent the next few hours, prepping for the graduation. It still hasn’t sunk in yet. I spent longer than I did for prom which was a little odd. For prom I wore a midnight blue number. It was strapless and had gold beading for the bodice and the skirt flowed down to the floor. I wore gold heels along with it and my golden hair was curled and the front part was pulled back with the top in a little bump. Prom was a great night

But today was graduation and it was the day that I finally leave school and start my life as a grown up. 

I pulled out a light blue dress with spaghetti straps and a gold zipper on the front from the top to the waist and laid it down on my bed. I took a quick shower and took out Niall’s white button-down (that I stole) and put it on. I grabbed my make up bag and sat myself on the vanity. I did my make up with heavy eyeliner and mascara but a light silvery shade for my eyeshadow. I picked a rosy pink lipstick. Once I finished with my make up I did my hair. It took a while to do my hair. I curled it multiple times then I straightened it. But then I ended up just pulling it to the side and fish braiding it loosely. 

I took the button-down off and replaced it with my dress. The dress fell down to mid thigh and flowed around my legs. I took out black heels and put them on my feet with my baby blue nail polish showing. I adjusted the skirt of my dress many times and fixed up my hair. I think it was the nerves getting to me.

A knock on the door pulled me out of my little world of nerves and made me turn away from the mirror.

“Hey, honey.” My dad said, he sat down on my bed in his black dress pants and white dress shirt. He watched me with sad eyes as I walked towards him and sat down.

“Hey, dad.” I greeted.

“Are you ready?” His voice almost cracked on the last word. I sighed and pulled him into a hug.

“Don’t cry, dad.” I cooed.

“I’m not crying.” His voice cracked this time when he said ‘not’. 

“Dad, I’ll be here the whole summer and I’ll only be an hour and a half away. It’s not that far.” I told him in a soothing voice.

“I know but you’re my baby and my only baby. It feels weird knowing that you’ll be in college in three months.” He sighed as he pulled away. 

I knew that was all he was going to say. He kissed my hair and walked out of the room without another word. I sighed aloud. This was probably too much to him. I’m graduating today. His one and only kid. I’m gonna miss him when I go to college.

I stood up from my bed and grabbed my cap and gown and headed out of my bedroom. This is it. I’m graduating.




“Georgia!” I heard someone squeal my name. I searched for the owner of the voice over the heads of everyone. I couldn’t find a familiar face in the crowd. There were just so many people in black and blue. The person threw their arms around before I got  clear view of their face. They squeezed so tightly and I instantly knew that it was Cindy.

“Congratulations!” She screamed. “Can you believe we graduated?” She squealed when she pulled away. Her face was stretched into a wide grin and her straight hair was a little frazzled.

“Definitely not.” I laughed. “Where are your parents?”

“I don’t know. I couldn’t find anyone except for you.” We both looked over the heads to find people we knew. I spotted the twins who was surrounded by so many people that they looked a little embarrassed. Cindy spotted Jared who was hugging his crying mom. And I finally found Niall with my parents and they seemed to be looking for me as well. 

“Niall!” I shouted and he heard me, walking through the crowd with my parents behind him.

“How the hell did he hear you over this noise?” Cindy wondered but I didn’t answer because I was too busy watching Niall. I didn’t get to talk to him before the ceremony because he came late (the idiot).

“Hey.” He said in his deep husky voice as if he didn’t just graduate.

“Hey.” I replied in the same tone, gripping my diploma.

“We just graduated.” He stated, still not showing much emotion.

“I know.” I said, grinning.

He smiled and leaned down to kiss me. I met him halfway and we stood there, our gowns touching and our diplomas almost slipping out of our hands. Someone cleared their throat and we reluctantly pulled away. 

“Well, Niall, it’s out turn with our daughter.” My mom sent him a pointed look before hugging me tightly. “Congratulations!”

“Thank, mom.” I smiled. Dad said the same thing and gripped me tightly. He didn’t say much after that. They said the same thing to Cindy before she went off to look for her parents. 

“Violet!” I yelled when I saw her beside me. I hugged her immediately.

“Congratulations!” i squealed. “And what an amazing speech!”

“Congratulations to you too! And thank you heaps. I was so scared that my very lame jokes were not going to get laughs.” She giggled before hugging Niall. They both exchanged a congratulations.

“How does it feel to be a high school graduate, miss valedictorian?” I asked her.

“I just can’t believe it!” Violet answered with a laugh. The crowed started to disperse along with my parents so by then Jared, the twins and Cindy ended up with us.

“Guess what?” I told them and they asked what. I looked over to Niall and he widened his eyes and shook his head subtly. I grinned evilly and said, “Niall and I are going to UCLA!”

“Is Niall following you?” Matt asked then squeezed Niall’s cheeks. “Who’s a good boyfriend?” He cooed to him and Niall pushed Matt away.

“How cute is that! Who knew Niall was a romantic?” Jared laughed.

The girls constantly aw’d at Niall’s romantic gesture and Niall continued to glare at me. I stuck my tongue out at him and he rolled his eyes. 

“I’ll miss you all. It’s too bad I’m on the other side of the country.” Violet pouted. She was going to attend Columbia all the way in New York. We were sad that she was leaving but it was her dream since she was a baby and we were all so proud of her.

“We’ll miss you too, Vi.” Beth said and hugged her tightly. The twins were both going to Berkley which was sadly at least 5 hours away from us.

“It’s going to be weird not seeing your ugly faces everyday.” Jared joked. Jared was going to UNLV. He claimed it was for the casinos but I knew it was to be closer to his father who lived in Las Vegas.

“Don’t be so rude, Jared.” Cindy scolded. Cindy was attending Stanford where her parents met. She said that her parents had so many memories from Stanford that she constantly dreamed of what it would be like in Stanford.

“This is it, guys. No more high school.” I said, looking at each of them. “I love you guys.”

“We love you too.” They all said in unison and I laughed.

“Now, let’s party!” Matt shouted and we all walked towards our cars.

“I love you.” I said as soon as Niall started the engine. Niall looked at me and leaned over to give me a quick but sweet kiss.

“And I love you.” Then he drove off to go to the last high school party we would ever attend.








Now let’s take another moment so i can say: thank you so much for reading Dangerously In Love. I know my updates are always so slow and I know that some (or most) chapters are terrible and don’t make sense and I sincerely apologise for that. But thank you for sticking to the end. I hope you all enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.


Now I’d like to say thank you to my friends, Georgia and Cindy for always reading my stories. You guys are so sweet and aw, you actually read my stories. You two are the best. Ilysm, xx.


Anyway, thank you for reading Dangerously In Love. I may or may not write a sequel, you just never know.


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