Eenie Meenie

(Non-famous) Aly and Harry have been friends since they were in kindergarten, but what happens when Aly, Harry and the boys take a vacation to Florida for march break and Aly finds emotions she's had for Harry and the boys that she didn't know she had? Will they remain friends, or get torn apart by the powers of lust?


2. Last day of school #2/ Evil plans and trees

A/N: sorry the last chapter ended weird, it wouldn't let me write more so I have to continue in this chapter.


Aly's POV


I make a one minute timer and make the alarm Rebecca Black's Friday. I plug my phone into the car and turn the volume up to full. I start the timer, get out of the car and close the door. I look towards the school to see Gillian and Julia walking towards me. "Guys come quickly! You gotta see this!" I call to them waving my hand. They look at each other and run towards me. "What?" Julia asks curious. I tell them my evil plan and the both laugh and high five me. I look through the window to check the timer. Five seconds left. I push the girls away from the car so the don't go deaf. 3, 2, 1. The music starts and Harry's eyes snap open. He scrambles for my phone and, after a few seconds, he unplugs it. He opens the door and steps out rubbing his ears. After a minute of some very colourful language, he looks up at me and I realize that what I did was a very, very, bad idea. I look around for Gillian and Julia to help me, but they're nowhere to be seen. Shit! He's going to kill me! "Your dead." He says with an evil grin on his face. I turn and run as fast as I can, which is not very fast. I turn my head to see where Harry is. Shit! I will my legs to go faster because he's right on my heals. "I'm screwed!" I want to yell, when suddenly, I see my escape, a tree! I look behind to see that Harry has slowed down a little, trying to wear me out by running for a long time. Not this time curly!! He sees the look in my eye and then he sees the tree, I can tell he knows exactly what I'm going to do, because he starts to speed up. But he notices to late because a few seconds later I'm about a foot off the ground and climbing quickly. I'm about 12 feet up on a big branch by the time he reaches the bottom of the tree. "That's not fair Aly!" He wines collapsing on the grass underneath me. He never was a good climber, but he was a fast runner. I, on the other hand, am a great climber but not a very good runner. I adjust into a more comfortable position, because I know we are going to be here for a while.

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