Life In High School

With every school comes growing students.

Popular group. Nerds. Romance. Friendship. Enemies.

But when Harry Styles is in your High School Life things may just be a little different.

Sophie is a girl with a perfect life. She’s smart, has friends and a caring family. That is until she is given a task that every girl is dying for. Harry Styles just makes things harder for her.

Will she be able to survive her High School Life? Find out more in Life In High School…


33. All In One Day

Sophie’s POV

As much as I want things back to normal. It can't. And it will never be. Ever.

I threw my hair back over my face with the sweat pouring over my face. I looked over to Lizzy who seemed amused  by my expression. I moved my head to the side and shut my eyes for a moment.

“C’mon sis!” Lizzy said, amusement was obvious in her voice. “This can’t be finished! We just started!"

I grinned at her before opening my eyes back. “Oh, no.” I stood up straight and eyed her, wiping the sweat on my forehead. “We just started.” I ran for her attacking her, sending a punch right at her stomach. Now, this caught her of surprise. I elbowed her face but she quickly ducked it. Which gave me the entrance to kick her, which blew her off- sending her off her feet.

But instead of getting knocked into the ground, she managed to stay on her feet. “Now this,” she said. “This is what I was looking forward to.” She lunged towards me and soon we were into real training.

* * *

“I still cannot believe that you two are training,” Scarlet said in utter disbelief. 

“Well, you have to,” Lizzy said, pouring herself another glade of juice. “And there’s nothing you can really do about it."

“Yeah since, you were into combat training too as a spy,” I pointed out. “And telling us that you hate combat training and being a spy just makes you hypocrite.” 

“Okay well whatever! I give in!” Scarlet yelled, raising her hands as a sign that she gave in. “And if I’m not mistaken,” she turned her attention towards me. “Don’t you have class?"

“Oh shoot!” I quickly got up from the table and got my bag. “I forgot! See you guys later on!” I ran the the front door and opened it, leaving and heading towards school.

* * *

School was quite different. The popular group chose to leave me alone for now. They seemed quite scared of what I can actually do. Not that I did not know that.

But anyways, things were still somehow the same. The popular group still looked down on me and hated me. The teachers were still the same. Actually, everyone was still the same. Everyone except me.

I just have to be thankful that I have Lizzy. She was so willing to teach me, and help me with the change I was going through. 

Might as well get your skills get to use. That was what she told me. I guess she was somehow right. Might as well put these things to use, rather than just leaving it for granted. I mean, not everyone has been offered such skills.

I tapped my pen onto my notebook as the teacher stood infront discussing the usual stuffs. It seemed to me like nothing really mattered anymore. If I get kicked out of school, at least I know that I will still have a job. A spy. 

Not really the job I always wanted, but at least it was a professional job. It was quite helpful, and plus you get paid in an enormous amount.

I sighed. If I was meant to be a spy, let it be. I guess that is my fate. My destiny.

* * *

The day had gone pretty fast, and before I knew it, it was the end of the day. I opened my locker and placed my things in. I shut it close and breathed in.

“Ready?” I quickly looked to see who had talked, and was quite surprised to see Harry there.

“What?” I asked.


“Oh right,” I said. How could I forget? But again, I actually did forget.

“You didn’t forget right?” he asked.

“No!” I lied, but I knew it sounded convincing. I don’t normally lie, but I guess it can come a little handy.

“Great! So let’s go,” he said. He gestured me to follow him, so left with no choice, I did.

The ride was not like our usual rides. Normally there was just silence. But now, the silence somehow seemed awkward. I’ve known him for quite some time, but this is still what happens. We still don’t talk unless one puts an effort to talk. I sucked in some air before forcing myself to speak.

“So… I heard from you mum that you can sing,” I said, trying to keep it cool and calm. “Can you?"

He chuckled but his eyes didn’t move away from the road. “What do you think?"

“Well, I don’t know. You don’t seem like the type of guy.”

“So you don’t believe me?” he asked, chuckling to himself- with no humour.

“Well, maybe if you sang infront of me, I would."

He smiled and turned his gaze on me, before turning to look back towards the road. I saw him sigh, and he seemed to relax. “Isn't she lovely, isn’t she wonderful, isn’t she precious, less than one minute old,” he sang. I felt my eyes widen and my jaw would have dropped if I didn’t get a hold of myself. He was amazing. He had a wonderful voice. 

“W-wow!” I said, trying to recover from what just happened. “You’re amazing!"

He smiled. “Thanks."

“I mean it,” I said. “You’re like an expert! You should go join X-Factor!” The smile from his face dropped and I wondered if said something wrong.

“I actually plan on joining, you know.” he said. 

“Then why are you still here?” I asked. “Is it because of school? Your friends? Family?"

“My family support me, but I doubt my friends will,” he said. “I think they kind of find it gay, when boys sing."

“But who cares right?” I retorted. Somehow, I felt like I was defending him from his own doubts. “When you’re famous, those that will stay with you through your ups and downs, are your real friends! If your friend right now, will abandon you when you join X-Factor that shows how much they aren’t worth your friendship!"

I turned to look at him and waited for his response, but he didn’t say anything. He kept quiet. His eyes were on the road. I cleared my throat before covering up for what I said. I knew I sounded like I was in a tantrum. “I mean, all I’m saying is,” I said slowly. “Is that, I’m sure you can do better. You can find better friends, you need friends that will truly be there for you."

“I know what you mean,” he said. I couldn’t tell if his voice sounded rough or hard or harsh, but I decided to drop the topic. I decided to remain silent. 

When I didn’t say anything to him anymore, he sighed. “I’m sorry."

I wanted to say some smart comments, but I knew now was not the time. “It’s fine. I’m used to people trying to keep me out, or shut me out. It’s a normal thing that happens to me. I guess I just annoy people."

“It’s not that,” he said.

“Well whatever it is, I’m fine with it."

The car came to halt and I realised we were in some parking lot. I looked around, and realised we were in The George & Dragon. I turned my head towards Harry who seemed to be avoiding my gaze.

“Can you promise me one thing?” he asked. I nodded my head and waited for him to continue. “Let’s make this dinner, something that’s not awkward. Can we just act like we don’t hate each other for once?"

“I don't hate you.” I said.

“Well thinking that you hate me helps me more,” he said before opening his door and getting out. I was about to open my door too, but Harry opened it for me. I got out and smiled at him before we walked into the restaurant.

* * *

Dinner went perfectly fine. In fact, it was great!

Harry showed me another side of him that I did not know that existed. He was being really kind, but I knew my defences were up. I could fall for him, but I forced myself not to. I couldn't. He’s going to have an amazing life ahead of him, and I’m going to be some spy.

I shook the thought away, and focused on Harry. He was beautiful. He always was. The way his cheekbones were, the way his dimples popped out, his eyes. He was one of the perfect beings I ever met.

“You’re staring at me,” he pointed out, without moving his eyes to look up at me.

“Sorry,” I mumbled, grabbing my glass and drinking the water in it. This time, he looked at me. He was smiling, but not the one I usually saw in school. It wasn’t arrogant, it was happy smile and it was as if he was pleased with himself.

“Can’t keep your eyes off me?” he teased. I felt like he just slapped me and I looked at him with my jaw dropped. Okay, so maybe, he was still the same.

“Woah! That caught me off guard!” I admitted, as I took a bite from my steak.

“Hey after this, can I take you somewhere else?” he asked. I noticed that he seemed to be playing with his knife and he was evading my eye contact. 

“Sure,” I said.

“Great!” he said.

It turned out that Harry brought me to a top of a hill. It had a great view and I had to admit that he had a great talent for picking out a scenery. 

“It’s beautiful,” I said as I admired the scene infront of me. The scene at night was wonderful. The city lights glowed wonderfully.

“I know,” he said. I felt his hands snake around my waist and I felt myself tense up. I felt his breath on my neck and I found myself eventually relax.

“Harry-“ I began as I turned to face him. But I was immediately cut off by his lips meeting mine. 

My mind wasn’t working very well. And every part of me told me that it was wrong. But my mind was going crazy. 

I made up my mind and decided.

I kissed him back.


Author’s Note: Okay so I decide on putting three more chapters or two more… Don’t worry I’m already making the sequel! Thanks guys for getting this story to 1K reads!!! 

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