5SOS: How to Change a Bad Boy

Make a girl fall in love with you in thirty days (or less). Breaking innocent and naive girls' hearts for their own entertainment. That was the game that they played, and Luke Hemmings was the very best. When he's given a victim, he thinks it's no big deal and does it for the quick and easy cash, but he had no idea what he was getting himself into when he said he wanted a more difficult target.


10. chapter 10

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(Day Ten)


I woke up in bed next to Autumn, who had been tossing, turning and mumbling stuff in her sleep. I decided not to wake her up and wrapped my arms tightly around her. I laid there quietly until she began mumbling the words "no" and "stop" over and over again. I ran my hand gently down her arm. "Hey, Aut, wake up." I had to repeat it a few times before she woke up.

She sat up shaking, and looked over at me. "Morning," she mumbled.

I sat up and kissed her. "You okay, love?"

"I guess so. I'm sorry I got so mad at you yesterday, thank you for taking care of me. And I'm sorry I kissed Calum."

"It's okay," I laughed, before realizing the second part of what she had said. "Wait, what about Calum?"

"The guy that was supposed to being the alcohol had spiked the drinks and Ashton had pulled me away from Calum before things got too heated," she blushed, looking away from me.

"It's okay. I..." I trailed off, not knowing what to say. "The only guy I saw you with was..never mind."

"Was what?"

"Never mind, I took care of it. Anyways...," I said and kissed her. "You tried to get me to fool around with you last night."

She looked up at me, confused. "What do you mean by tried? We didn't?"

I laughed, recalling what had happened a few hours before hand. "I stopped you because I wanted anything we did to be special, not drunk and meaningless. Now come on," I hopped out of bed and grabbed her hand, "it's Saturday. Also known as the day you and Demi are moving into your apartment. Time to get ready."

I tried my hardest not to laugh as she attempted to pull on a pair of skinny jeans. She took about fourty-five minutes to get ready before I dragged her out of the house. "Autumn, we are seriously going to be late," I warned.

By the time we had gotten to her apartment, Demi and Mikey were already there, as well as Calum, Ash and Danica. I was right, we were late.

"Woah, man, this place looks rad," I complimented, looking at the nicely painted white, red, and black walls. I had been expecting the room to look dark considering the color choices, but it was the most brilliantly painted room I had ever seen.

"Dem!" Autumn ran up and hugged her. "This place looks even greater than before!" I chuckled at her excitement and smiled before heading downstairs to help with the boxes.

"Is this the last one?" I asked, bringing a medium sized box into the living room. Demi and Autumn both nodded and Danica helped me open it. Inside were picture frames with pictures of Aut and Demi inside of them, from pre-school up until the day that they had signed the lease. Aut asked me to place the last frame on a shelf that she was too short to reach and I obliged, chuckling. Danica had left with Ash and Cal to go for pizza and Demi piped up.

"Hey, Aut. Don't be mad but..." She trailed off, giving a nervous smile. "Mikey is taking me to an Of Mice & Men concert tonight, so you'll be alone in the apartment."

"Oh, okay..."

Mikey winked at me and I started laughing. The two girls looked at me, obviously confused, and I cleared my throat. "I um...anyways."

"We should actually be leaving right about now," Mikey said, glancing at the clock on his phone. "Come on, Demi."

"Bye, Dem&ms," Autumn chuckled, giving her a hug. "Have fun."

"Bye, Aut-tamales." I rolled my eyes at their adorably punny nicknames.

"I should probably get going too, love," I kissed her, "I'll see you in the morning. We have plans." I winked.

She chuckled, "do we?"

I put on my best smirk before kissing her again. "Oh yes we do." She walked me out to my car and kissed me. "Call me if you need anything," I told her, causing her to crack a small smile.

"Will do." I kissed her on the cheek before pulling out of the driveway.

Thankfully it was only a short drive from their new apartment from mine. When I got home it was nearly 9 and I immediately plopped down on the couch and put in "Man of Steel". I was only half expecting to fall asleep, considering it was one of my favorite movies, and I had about three cups of coffee. It had been around 10 when I had fallen asleep, which was the earliest I had been in bed in about a month.

I was completely passed out, dreaming about the future of my band. There was one faint part of my dream that I had remembered when I woke up. 5 Seconds of Summer was actually performing at the Bill Board Music Awards. It was a pretty great dream. I quickly fell off of cloud 9 and got knocked out of dreamland when I was awaken by a phone call. A sleepy and upset Autumn was all that I had to hear on the other line before being fully awake.

"Aut, what's wrong?"

She sniffled for a minute before replying. "I can't sleep. I'm scared. I don't want to be alone."

"I'll be over in ten," I told her. I made it in seven.

I knocked on the door of her apartment but she didn't answer, so I decided to climb up to her bedroom window. She was fast asleep, shaking and mumbling. She looked restless, and it actually hurt me to watch, but I couldn't bring myself to wake her. I carefully and quietly crawled into bed next to her, snaking my arms around her waist and nuzzling into her neck. I placed a soft kiss on her cheek before pulling the comforter over us.

She began shaking again and talking in her sleep. She had been going on about some guy that was being taken away from her. I didn't wake her until she began mumbling my name. "Aut," I gently shook her awake and she started crying. "Shh, Autumn, it's okay. It's just a dream," I wrapped my arms around her and she began crying into my shirt. I gently rubbed the small of her back with my thumb and she began to calm down. I leaned back against the pillows, and soon enough, she was fast asleep in my arms.

I had fallen asleep shortly after, and she had seemed to be sleeping soundly enough for a little while. I was soon pulled out of my sleep by her mumbling in her sleep the dreaded three-word, eight-letter sentence that I was definitely not wanting to hear. "Luke," she mumbled, shaking. "Luke, no, you can't die. I think...I...I love you."

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