For You I Would

Alli Thompson is a 18 year old High School student who just started on a new school. She came from New York and has just moved to Los Angeles because of her dad's new job. She quickly becomes great friends with Lea Martinez, and she finds out that not only are Lea interested in her company; so is the popular guy from 12th grade, Justin Bieber. And he'll take her on an adventure full of extreme experiences, intense love and heartbreaking drama.

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62. Part 62

Part 62
My legs are thrown over the glove compartment of the car as I’m relaxing, taking in what just happened a moment ago. Justin is smoking some distance away from the car. I watch him with a satisfied grin on my face. He has never brought any girl into his own car, except from Layla, and he has certainly never had sex in it – not until now, which makes me feel a little special and confident as well.
I get dragged out of my thoughts as a vibrating sound comes from beside me, and I turn my head to see Justin’s phone lying on his seat. It must’ve fallen out of his pocket as he took the jeans back on again.
I nonchalantly reach over to see who texted him, and the sight on the screen makes me stiffen.
The whole screen is covered by a picture of him and me – of us, snuggled up in bed as we’re both asleep.
Butterflies starts flying around in my stomach. Who took that? It must be one of the guys, because we’re sleeping in Justin’s room. I can’t help but smile at the picture. He has a photo of us as his lock screen.
I wonder if he has ever had such a picture of him and Layla. The thought makes me uncomfortable and I frown. I notice that Justin has finished smoking and is now heading back towards the car, and I quickly place the phone back on the seat and look out my window as if nothing has happened.
- “I came to realize we’re a little too late for school now” he says as he sits back inside the car.
I snort and turn my head to look at him.
- “You don’t say?” I answer with sarcasm evident in my voice which causes him to chuckle.
- “Bruce wants to know when you’re home from school” I ad seconds later, which causes a sudden silence to appear. I look at Justin with a raised eyebrow, confused by he’s sudden change in mood.
- “Did you check my phone?” he asks, and I can’t tell whether he’s just simply asking or rather accusing me for doing so. His voice is low, somehow calm, but I can sense the hardness in it which always appears when he’s either mad or rather annoyed. I inwardly hit myself for being stupid enough to let him know I did so.
- “I just that that it might be urgent, I don’t know” I answer silently, not really knowing what to say.
Justin takes in a deep breath which causes his nostrils to quiver as he tightens his hands into fists, turning his knuckles slightly white. I know this reaction all too well. He’s angry now. And once again I don’t know why.
- “I’ve said it before, and now I’ll say it again: I don’t want you checking my phone. What people texts me is none of your business unless I let you know it is. You don’t have to know everything. Understood?”
I let his words sink it before slowly nodding my head. My reaction makes his body slightly loosen up which is a good sign. But I can’t help but think he’s keeping something away from me, since I can’t even have a look at his locked phone screen. I mean it’s locked? What’s the big deal, it’s not like I’m intending to do a research on his phone or something. Even though it might be tempting to do so.
Justin starts the engine and slowly blends into the traffic, heading for the last lessons of school.
Bruce, Brandon and the other guys think we’re at school, and so does my dad and they don’t have to know that we’re not. Hopefully the girls haven’t called my dad yet, asking where I am. I by my lip by the thought.
The thought of my dad makes a sudden pain in my stomach, and I suddenly feel like an awful daughter.
I haven’t really seen my dad since Justin and I started seriously talking, and I feel bad for not making time for him as well. He only has me and Mike, and soon I’ll be old enough to move out and then he’ll only have Mike, until he’s old enough to do the same. Last time I really had a great time with my dad was back when I introduced him to Justin for the first time. And he was so polite towards him, which I remember made me so surprised. My dad has always been very protective of me and especially after mom and him got divorced.
It’s like he’s afraid that I might end up getting hurt just like he did. And who can blame him for that?
Maybe I should go home and see him today, after school. The idea makes me smile and I notice from the corner of my eyes that Justin is watching me now and then when he’s not looking at the road in front of him.
- “What?” he asks, and the hardness in his voice from before is all gone which causes me to inwardly roll my eyes by his sick mood swings. I shrug by his question.
- “Nothing” I simply answer, which causes him to raise an eyebrow as he looks at the road.
- “Nothing? Really? You just suddenly smile out of nowhere?” he asks, slightly amused by my lack of ability to lie. I’ve never been good at lying, but I’ve never really had to before I met him.
- “Why haven’t you told me about the picture of us? The one you has as your lock screen” I suddenly ask, completely changing the subject. The car has come to a stop at a red light, but instead of turning his attention towards me he just nonchalantly looks at the review mirror as if I didn’t say anything.
His reaction confuses me. He got pissed when I looked at his phone and when I ask him about the picture he ignores me, what the hell? The frustration and irritation grows bigger inside of me.
- “You’re just gonna pretend I didn’t just ask you something?” I ask, a little cocky but I don’t care.
- “Why would I tell you?” he then suddenly answers, referring to my previous question. I frown.
- “Well why wouldn’t you? I mean, I’m a part of the picture” I laugh, finding the whole conversation kind of funny.
- “So?” he just asks as the light turns green and the car starts driving again. I keep looking at him as he turns his eyes back on the road.  
- “So that’s why I couldn’t even look at your lock screen? Because you didn’t want me to see it?” I ask, and his silence answer is answer enough.
- “Why all the questions?” he then hisses which makes me mad.
- “Why all the secrets?” I snap back, raising my voice a little. Justin sighs and I’m surprised that he doesn’t say something back in return to shut my mouth.
- “We’re here” Justin says a few seconds later, and I hadn’t even noticed before the car stops and the engines shuts down. Justin pills out the keys and opens the door as he steps out.
As I get out he opens the door of the backseat and grabs his schoolbag. I do the same before heading for the cantina where I know to find the girls.
- “Hey” Justin says as he grabs my arm, making me stop. I turn around to look at him.
He pulls me close to him and leans his head close to mine, his lips almost touching my ear.
- “Quit the pouting, otherwise I’ll have you lying across my knee” he says, his voice low but hard and full of dominance and confidence which makes a gaps escape my mouth. I look up at him.
- “You know, I’ve always liked to punish people” he then adds and before I can’t get to say anything he has let go of me and started walking towards the front doors. I’m frozen to the ground, completely overwhelmed by his words. My abdomen is screaming for him to touch it, be inside of it, just giving attention to it.
He has never said anything like that to me before. Never. 

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