Safehouse- A Harry Styles fanfiction

Bo Grace Ellis was your average teenager. Hanging out with friends, complaining about homework and school. But that all changed when she woke up on a deserted street surrounded with flesh eating creatures. She was lost and confused, until a tall, dark curly haired boy named Harry Styles saved her.

Deep down Bo knew she had feelings for this boy. But did he feel the same? Of course not. A tall blonde girl named Taylor swift might have something to do with that.

Will Bo find her family? Will her and Harry get a chance at love? But most of all, would they make it out of this apocalypse alive?

(Some of these characters are from the fanfic Dark by the beautiful Hannah


25. Chapter 25





*Harry's POV*

We stood at the door ready to go outside. We'd both changed into clothes that wouldn't stand out as much to anyone or anything out there, just to be safe. I wore a dark green jacket with a black shirt underneath. I wore the same black jeans with a black bag on my back carrying rope and torches, with things like matches too. The small hand gun I possessed was tucked into my belt so I could quickly grab it if it was needed urgently. Bo wore a navy blue jacket zipped up with black skinny jeans. We both kept our vans and converse on, since they were our only shoes we had besides some of Taylor's fancy shoes and my dress shoes we threw in our bags when the apocalypse broke out. Bo was adamant about staying home while I went outside. I was still unsure about letting her go,with me, but I didn't want a huge fight to happen again. Besides, I trusted her when she said she would be okay. 

"Ready?" I asked.

Bo nodded. I opened the front door and scanned the street, nothing in sight. I grabbed Bo's hand and guided her down the stairs and into the garden. I kneeled down behind some rose bushes and checked again for any signs of danger like I usually would. Bo crouched down beside me surveying the area around us. Just as I was about to get up and continue Bo yanked me back down and pointed across the street.

"Shhh, look over there." She whispered.

I looked across to where she was pointing. Lying on the grass was a deformed human figure. Their arms had been half torn off by the shoulder and the hair on the top of its head had been ripped off, along with the skin too. Its skin looked pale, but dried blood covered the majority of its body. Bo made a face of disgust and gagged a little as it turned it's head and looked around. Bo and I crouched down impossibly lower to the ground, now being completely invisible to the infected. 

We continued to watch the zombie as it gurgled and squirmed slightly on the grass. I didn't know what to do, if I shot it with the gun it would cause more to come. But if we kept going it would see us and attack us, then I would definitely have to shoot it. We were sitting ducks.

"Harry, what do we do?" Bo asked quietly.

I furrowed my eyebrows in thought and contemplated what to do. My mind was blank, I couldn't think of anything.

"I don't know." I whispered.

We sat in silence trying to figure out a plan. Ten minutes passed until Bo finally said something.

"I have an idea." She said, pulling something out of her bag that she held over her shoulder. 

I looked over my shoulder at her and saw a six inch switchblade in her hand. My mouth dropped in astonishment at the new weapon she possessed. 

"Where the hell did you get that?" I asked.

"I took it from the petrol station, it was behind the counter." She replied.

"Oh...ok, what's the plan?" I continued.

"Well, it's not very good. But I could go out there as a distraction, and when it see's me you can sneak up behind it and kill it with this knife." She said.

"It's better than nothing, will you be ok being it's target?" I asked.

"Yeah I'll be fine I think, just make sure you get it's head." She replied reassuringly.

I looked at her questionably. Her voice sounded trustful, but when I looked at her she looked scared as ever. I didn't want her to be the one it goes for.

"You must really trust me if your going to put your life on the line." I remarked.

"Well, you aren't just going to leave me. Are you?" She asked, raising her eyebrows.

I shook my head and looked down, playing with a weed before pulling it out of the soil.

"No of course not." I replied.

Bo looked ahead at the deadly creature laying across the street. She handed me the switchblade and shuffled over to the corner of the bushes. I looked at her and she was looking straight back at me. She looked me in the eyes and nodded her head. I nodded in reply, before she ran out into the street and put herself right in the path of the zombie.

The creature looked at Bo and snarled. It got up and walked slowly over to her as she stood there, waiting for me to strike. While I had time, I got up and ran the opposite way around them. I snuck up slowly behind it and waited for it to fully pay it's attention to Bo. It was about 10 metres away from Bo and she looked at me worriedly, questioning if her choice to trust me was the right thing. Before it got any closer to her, I kicked it in the back and it stumbled over flat on it's face. I stood my foot on its back to hold it down and stabbed it in the back of the head. After one shriek the creature was dead. Bo stood there looking sick in the face. I knew she was in shock. She's not used to seeing things die, or me being the one to kill them. It's all new to her. 

I pulled the blade out of it's head and stood up straight. I looked over at Bo and she was looking at me like I would kill her.

"Babe, it's ok." I reassured her.

I walked over to her and wrapped my arms around her. I could feel her small body shaking against mine. I rubbed her back as she nuzzled her head into the crook of my neck.

"You were really brave." I whispered.

Bo didn't reply and just tried to calm herself down. I looked around to check whether the area was clear. Just to make sure we were 100% safe I hurried us over the street and hid behind an old car. We sat down and Bo leant her back against the car. I crouched down still standing on my feet, just in case something came and I had to get up quick to protect us.

"I'm going to see if this car works, ok?" I said to Bo.

"We've already checked this car. Remember we did last time?" Bo replied.

I looked at the car and noticed that she was right. I recognised the number plate from one of the cars we tested a while ago.

"Your right, ok then. Let's find another one." I suggested.

Bo nodded her head and got on her feet, checking whether the coast was clear before standing up. I stood up beside her and signalled for her to follow me. We ran down the street as quietly as we could and stopped at the corner. We hid behind a dumpster and sat behind it to catch our breaths. 

"Can you see any cars?" Bo panted.

I looked around for any vehicles. There were a few, but they were either burnt to a cinder, or on fire. We had to get out of there soon before they exploded.

"No, none that could be used." I replied shaking my head.

Bo sighed and leant against the brick wall behind us, I could tell that she was getting weary. It can't be healthy for her to be running around, even when she's not that far into her pregnancy. I mentally slapped myself for letting her come with me. 

"Bo, we can always go home if you want. You look really tired." I mentioned.

Bo shook her head and rubbed her forehead. I knew she wouldn't be able to last longer out here. But she was positive she was alright.

"We'll just do a few cars and then we'll leave. If we find one that works, we'll take it and hide it. But we won't be out for much longer, don't worry." I explained.

Bo nodded her head and slumped back against the wall some more, she looked exhausted. I got up and sneaked out into the street, nothing in sight. I hurried back to Bo, grabbed her hand and helped her up. We walked down the street until I spotted a car that looked like it was in good condition.

"Bo, go hide behind that newspaper stand, I'll check this car and be with you in a minute." I ordered, pointing to the newspaper stand by the small shop to the right of us.

Bo jogged over to where I told her to go and crouched down behind it, peaking her head out to see me. I looked both ways for any danger once again and ran over to the vehicle. The majority of the cars had keys in them, so I didn't have to worry about trying to start it with wires. I opened the door and sat in the drivers seat, the keys weren't in the ignition. I looked on the seats, no keys. I checked on the floor, still no sign of them. I finally checked the glovebox, I spotted a small glint of silver underneath a magazine. I picked it up and sure enough, it was the keys. I smiled and put them in the ignition and turned the car on. I heard the soft rumble of the engine and grinned at the success. I looked over at Bo and her face was a lot different. I gave her a confused look but she ignored me. I tilted my head and furrowed my eyebrows. Then I realised the wasn't looking at me, she was looking behind me.

"Harry look out!" She screamed.

Suddenly, I felt a large hit on the back of my head. Then everything went black.

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