Sophie and Justin have never got along with each other. They absolutely detest one another, so when their moms decides to get them to spend the summer together, they do all they need in their power to make up excuses to avoid the other. But will this change when they start to grow feelings for the other part?


15. Chapter 15


*Justin's POV*

I heard Fredo let out a grunt as he forced the volleyball over the net, to the other side. I saw Sophie run to the where she thought it would land, her small arms catching the ball, throwing it back. Unfortunately for the other team, the ball landed on the ground and we scored another point. I couldn't believe it. I had no idea that she was good at this. The other boys looked as stunned as I must have looked. Chaz gave Soph a hug as she was smiling. 

"That was awesome!" Chaz yelled. I just looked at them, interacting like they were a couple or something. Chaz knows that I've actually fallen in love with her, so he has no right to take her away from me. There is no way that I'm gonna tell her how I actually feel though. I can't tell her. That would ruin everything.

 The moments we've had together the past week have just been amazing. I've started to see her as a very close friend. Honestly, I've started to see her more than a friend.

Half an hour past before the game ended. Thanks to Sophie we had busted the poor guys on the other side. Fredo and Ryan looking pissed. 

"I didn't know that you could play." I said to Sophie as I took a sip from my water bottle. The other guys were currently sat on the sand a few meters away from us, leaving us to talk.

"I-I can't. Don't know what happened." 

"Come on. Give yourself a bit credit." She smiled. A smile I have slowly started to fall in love with. I stared at her for a while before she turned her head, her smile fading. She looked confused.

"What?" I asked.

"N-nothing." She looked down.

"What is it?" I didn't want to give up on this; it was clearly that something bothering her. She sighed.

"I don't want to talk about it here." Now I remembered. She had wanted to talk to me before I shoved her out on the volleyball court.

"There's no-one close enough to hear. You can also whisper."

"Later." She smiled. I chose to leave it. She was going to tell me. But my mind kept wondreing about what she wanted to talk to me about. Had I done something improper? 

I had totally forgot that she didn't have a water bottle with her, she must be dehydrated.

"Are you thirsty? You can take my water, I still have some left." I asked. She looked at me a bit before shaking her head.

"No thanks." she quietly spoke.

"Don't be severe and just take it." I handled her the flask but she still didn't take it.

"It has your saliva on it. So no thanks." She smiled.

"Would you still say that if we were stranded in the middle of the desert and you would slowly start to feel dry in the mouth-"

"No thank you." She was still stubborn.

"If you don't take it I will pour it all over you." I hit her lightly on her elbow, showing off a smile.

"Then I would throw you in the water." She pointed at the clear blue water, enjoying this too.

"We all know that you can't do that... You have no muscles." She laughed at my comment.

"It's on." She got up and raised her hand out for me. With a playful smirk I took the hand. As I was almost up on my feet, she let go. I fell back on my bum. Loud laughs could be heard as I didn't want to open my eyes. This was embarrassing.



"Justin! Come one! Or do I win?"Sophie poke. She ran across the the beach, to the water. Her feet making contact with the blue water. He brown wavy hair made it easy for me to not lose her, the sun shining bright. If she wanted a game, I will give her a game. The only thing I had on me was my bathing shorts, my t-shirt already removed from when we played, as I ran after her. I made my way to the water, when she chose to run the opposite way. Her feet easily making their ways through the water. As I stood there and watched her run away from me, I came to realize how amazingly beautiful she was. She is formed like a goddess. She turned around, seeing me standing far afield from her. That was when I came back to earth again, my legs starting to run. 

We ran for what felt like hours before she chose to run back. We were too far away from the other boys; they might winder where we are. I didn't know what she was supposed to do as she ran towards me, which was the only way back. She seemed like she wanted to tackle me, so she could run back. But I was way smarter than that. I could hear her heavy breathing as she ran past me, but before she could run away, I caught her from behind. My arms was around her waist as I rested my head on her shoulder. 

Her breathing was slowly coming back to normal.

"Justin. Let go." She struggled in my grip, but I was much stronger than her.

"You wanna get wet?" I whispered in her ear. She gripped my arms, literally throwing them away from her warm body. She turned around to face me. As I looked into her eyes, I saw that she was exhausted. It was my time to have some fun now. I walked towards her, picking her up and throwing her over my shoulder. Her loud screams could be heard but I didn't care. As I got to the water, I didn't hesitate one second but throwing us both in the water. 

I raised my head over the water, keeping my legs moving so I wouldn't sink under. After a while Sophie chose to follow my movements and come up from the water. She breathed heavily as she tried to keep her head over the water.

"Come." I started to move upwards until my feet connect with the watery sand; my calves still in the water. I stopped there, looking back at Sophie. She was slowly coming to stand in front of me. Her wet clothes was sticky to her skin, showing off her curves. I didn't mean to check her out but she have some magical power on me. 

I chose to move closer to her until our foreheads touched. She didn't flinch away as I gently got in for a kiss. Our lips touched a couple of moments before we drew apart. I was pretty shocked that she let me to. The last time I had kissed her she had gotten all crazy about it, so this was just a bonus. I think she saw my confused look as she frowned at me.

"Sorry..." I started of.

"No.. It's okay." She smiled.

"No it's not. I shouldn't have done that." I grabbed my hair between my fingers, pissed at myself.

"Justin..." She embraced me in a hug, her small arms laid easily on my hips as she put her head on one of my shoulder.

"I just ruined everything, didn't I?" She let go of me and stared at me with a confused look on her face.

"Y-You didn't. I just don't understand w-why." Her stuttering made me smile. She's so pretty.

"Understand what?" She looked at me like I was stupid. And I maybe was. "Oh. The kiss?" She nodded. I looked at her. I didn't find any words to say. After a few minutes she spoke.

"Shall we go back?" 

"Yeah." I answered.

The way back to the volleyball court was quiet. The only thing that could be heard was our feet as they toughed the sand. We got back to the place, only to get strange looks from the other boys. It was quiet until they all cracked up.

"What?" I asked.

"What happened?" Fredo asked as he still laughed. the boys still sitting on the sand as me and Sophie stood there awkwardly.

"Justin chose to throw me in the water as he threw himself in it too. He is very stupid." Sophie spoke.

"Hey!" I nudged her on her shoulder, making her laugh.

"I told him he wasn't smart enough to graduate." Ryan said.

"Thank you very much." I sarcastically spoke. They were still all laughing at me, even Sophie couldn't hold it in.

"Shall we get home?" I chose to end this laughing session. But it wouldn't help. Sophie joined the group of laughing. I grew so bored of it. Okay I maybe threw myself in the water too, but I'm not stupid because of that. 

The laughing were finally disappearing  as they all looked at me.

"Sophie, do you want me to drive you home?" I asked.

"No thank you. I'll take the bus."

"I'll drive you." I grabbed her hand and walked with her to the car. She struggled a lot, not wanting to come with me. As we got to the car I opened the door for her to get in, but she just stood there.

"Justin, what is it?" She looked at me concerned. I looked down, not wanting to talk to her.

"Just get in the car." I harshly spoke.


"Don't be such a baby and get in the car."

"Are you bipolar or something?" She walked towards me. "Because one second you're all happy and then another-"

"Get in the car." She sighed.

"I'll take the bus." I looked sternly at her

"I don't mean to be all mad at you and stuff. Sorry... It's just that I've grown feelings for you and this isn't normal." She looked at me as I spoke that. Why is this so damn difficult?! 

"It's okay." She moved closer to me, our foreheads touching. "If someone would say to me a few years ago that I would fall in love with Justin Bieber 'the heartthrob' I wouldn't believe that person, but now.." She trailed of, looking deep into my eyes. "I think it just happened.." 

I looked at her wide-eyed. I had told her that I liked her one time before, but I never got anything back. I was cut out of my thoughts as her lips connected with mine. It was a kiss I've never had experienced before; her lips matching with mine. As we broke apart, our eyes locked. I couldn't control what was coming out of my mouth next.

"Do you want to be my girlfriend?" She looked at me weirdly.

"Justin, I don't want a boyfriend."

"W-what? Why would you kiss me then?"

"I don't know." She looked down, leaving me confused.

"Get in the car." And this time, she followed my orders.



I had my hands on the steering wheel as Sophie sat, still with her wet clothes, in the passenger seat. She looked out at the window as I focused on the road. The radio was on, but it wasn't loud. I turned up at my old house, turning of the engine.

"We're here." I looked at her.

"Oh. Thank you for the ride I guess." She opened her door. Before she could close it, I spoke up.

"Will I see you around?" I asked.

"Yeah." She smiled warmly at me before closing the door. I watched as she made her way up to the door and opened it. As she walked in I chose to call up my friends that I left on the beach. I put the loud speaker on as I started the engine again.

"Justin! Where the fuck are you?!" Chaz answered the phone.

"I'm on my way back to the beach." 

"But where did you go?! Where's so Sophie?"

"I dropped her off. Chill, man."

"Come here now." He said.

"I'm on my way. Wait there." 

"Okay." Later he hung up the phone.

One word sums all this trouble; difficult.



Hi again. So I wrote another chapter this week. This chapter is maybe not so good though and some things may be confusing. Sorry if it's confusing. 

Did you like it or should I change it? Do you want Sophie to give in soon or not? Do you want more povs in this story? comment. 

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