Summer Camp

Ally was wishing for a fun filled summer at home with her friends this summer. But when her parents unexpectedly ship her off to camp, her plans are ruined. She's devastated, and vows to not have fun at camp the whole summer. But then Ally meets Harry, Louis, Zayn, Liam, and Niall, people she would never normally hang out with. They become instant friends. And when Ally falls for one of them, the results are like nothing she ever imagined.


49. The Wrong Choice

"Thanks for your help," Officer Johnson says to me when Ansley and Zayn are gone. I nod. "You're welcome. I feel kinda bad turning my own sister in...but I guess it was the right thing to do." Part of me does feel like I did the right thing, but there's also a part of me that thinks maybe I shouldn't have said anything to the police. After all, she is my sister. "You did do the right thing," Officer Johnson tells me reassuringly. "If you ever need anything, you know where to find me." I nod again and he leaves. I walk aimlessly around the house for a while, but finally decide I should go back to camp. There's no reason to stay here any longer. When I get back to camp, Niall rushes up to my car and hugs me. "How did it go?" he asks. I told him everything after I got back from the police station yesterday. "They both got arrested," I reply, choking up a bit when I say it. "Oh, Ally," Niall says gently. "I know it must be hard for you, considering that it's your own sister." I nod, holding back tears. "I'm proud of you," he adds. "Proud of me?" I say, sniffling. "Why?" Niall strokes my hair. "It takes guts to turn in family to the police. Even when you know it's the right thing to do, it's still hard." I pull back and look at him. "Thanks I guess," I say quietly. "Do you want to go sailing?" Niall asks. "It'll take your mind off of things." I don't think anything will completely distract me from what's going on, but I agree anyway. I just want to spend time with Niall. Once on the boat, I lay back. "I'll let you do all the work," I say, smiling. "Thanks," Niall says sarcastically. "Any time," I reply. We sail around the lake for twenty minutes or so, until I notice dark clouds in the sky and hear a rumble of thunder in the distance. "Better turn around," I say. Niall nods. "Aye aye, miss," he says, making me laugh. We're nearing the shore when it starts to rain. When Niall docks the boat and helps me out, the sailing director storms up to us. "Do you know how dangerous it is to be sailing in that storm?" he asks us angrily. "So sorry sir," Niall says. The man doesn't seem to notice his sarcasm but I do and start to giggle. "Think this is funny?" the man says, turning to me. "Um, no sir," I say, mocking Niall. "It won't happen again," Niall says before I can say anything more. "It better not," the man says and stomps off. I look at Niall and burst out laughing. I see someone walking toward us, but I can't make out who it is in the rain. Niall and I start to walk hand in hand back to his cabin, but suddenly I see who it is walking toward us. It's Kat. "I wanted to thank you," Kat says when she reaches us. "For what?" I ask. "For telling them it wasn't me," she says. "That was more Lacey and Aubree than me," I say truthfully. She shrugs and then throws her arms around me. "Either way," she says. "Of course," I reply. "I hope we can be friends," she continues. "I know we've been through a lot but now that Ava is dead and Ansley is in jail, maybe things will work out better between us two." I nod. "Yeah." Kat smiles absently at Niall, and walks away. I'm not in Niall's cabin two minutes when my phone rings. "Hello?" I say, answering it. "Ally!" my mom's voice says from the other end. "Ansley is in jail!" It sounds like she's crying. "I know, Mom," I tell her. "Then why aren't you here at the police station with us? They won't tell us who turned her in, and we aren't allowed to see her yet." I take a deep breath. "I turned her in," I say bravely. "What?" my mom cries. "You?" I sigh. "Yes, me. I think she's the one who killed Ava." My mom is silent for a second. Eventually, she says, "I can't believe you. Don't come to the station. You might as well not be part of the family anymore." That stings. "It's not like you'll care anyway," I say. "I was always your least favorite child. I wasn't smart enough for you." Silence. "That's not true," she protests weakly. "I guess you won't have any daughters around anymore," I say frostily. "Ava's dead, Ansley's going to jail, and I might as well not even be part of the family." I hang up without waiting for a response. Everyone is telling me I did the right thing by turning Ansley and Zayn in, but I'm starting to think differently. Maybe I made the wrong choice.

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