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.


13. Chapter 13

A/N: hey guys! School is out and finals are over!! Sorry it took me so long to update, I've had exams and I've been spending a ton of the with my best friend who is sadly about to move. Thanks to all who have reviewed, you guys are rad! Enjoy xx

Side note: Prepare yourselves for a really cheesy chapter. I saw The fault in our stars last night, and I'm really in a romance mood.


I opened up the glass door to the ice-cream parlor, "My lady."

Autumn just rolled her eyes and laughed. "My hero," she fake gushed and walked over to a table.

"Shouldn't we go order first?" I asked her and she simply shook her head.

"Nope," she replied, popping the 'p' sound. "First you go order your favorite, and then I will order mine, and we will switch when I come sit down. We have to guess which kind we are eating," she smirked.

"That wasn't in the card," I mumbled.

She looked at me with her bright green eyes and I smiled. "You're just jealous you didn't think of it," she smirked. "Now go order."

I walked up to the counter and ordered my favorite dessert: three scoops of cookies and cream topped off with enough whipped cream to cover the entire top of the bowl and a cherry. I paid for my order and sat down across from Autumn. "You're turn," I smirked.

She smiled and stood up, walking over to the counter. "Please don't be pistachio ice-cream," I muttered to myself. A few minutes later she walked back with her favorite dessert and sat down. "Are you ready for this?"

"Of course! I hope you don't like pistachio flavored ice-cream though," she frowned and I chuckled.

"I was just thinking the same thing for you."

We switched bowls and both took a bite. "Oh my god," we said simultaneously.

"We have the same favorite?" Autumn asked.

"Apparently so," I smiled.

"Oh and um, here's the next card," she said, handing it to me. "The guy gave it to me after I ordered."

I picked up the little white index card and glanced at it, reading aloud. "Next," I paused, reading what it said to myself, "so um, I get to choose the next place. And on our way there, we have to tell each other three things about ourselves that nobody else knows."

"Where are we going?" She asked and I smiled.

"I'll explain when we get there."

We began to walk and I cleared my throat. "So um, three things nobody else knows about you?"

"I um...don't make fun of me, but I had a hipster phase."

I started laughing, "are you serious?"

She threw her petite hands up in defense, "I was in 9th grade, okay? Anyways...I kind of have this really bad obsession with socks and I can surf."

"You can not surf," I said in disbelief.

"Yes I can." She stated proudly. I rolled my eyes and chuckled. We continued to walk and she nudged me. "Your turn, rockstar."

"Um," I looked down at my feet, trying to think of things. "I can snowboard."

"Ooh, that's pretty hot," she smirked and I laughed. "We have to get married now. I'm really into snowboarders." I continued chuckling at her sarcasm.

"Don't laugh at me, but I also own every single one direction song on iTunes."

"Shut up, you do not."

"I do."

"Whatever," she rolled her eyes and I pulled out my phone.


"Well Mr. Bad boy, I guess they have more than just 'some potential' don't they?" She flashed a wicked grin and I rolled my eyes, slightly blushing.

"Okay, they have a lot of talent. I was just worried you would think I was less manly if you found out," I admitted and she smirked.

"That would imply that I thought you were manly to begin with."

"Ha ha ha, you're so funny," I rolled my eyes.

She smiled cheekily, "thanks, I get that a lot. What's your third unknown thing?"

I could tell she was dying to know, and I really wanted to tell her. The thing was that my hidden secret that absolutely nobody else knew, was something that nobody would believe. "I um,"

"You um?" She asked, giggling and I smiled widely. He laugh always made my heart melt, even when it was directed toward me.

"Imavirgin." I spit out as quickly as I could, running my words together.

"Huh?" She raised her eyebrow.

"I'm a virgin."

She immediately began laughing as if this was the joke of the year. I stayed quiet as we walked until she finally spoke up. "Wait, were you serious?"

"Dead serious."

"But I...and you," she stuttered.

"I've fooled around with girls but I just...I don't know. I felt bad. I felt like I would've been taking advantage of them because I didn't have feelings for them," I tried to explain, scratching the back of my neck. "I've never felt the way I do about you with anyone."

"Well, I'm sorry I laughed. It's just that with your reputation, I assumed you had slept with about half of the girls at school," she paused, looking up at me. "If it makes you feel any better," she continued, "I am, too."

I grinned evilly. "I thought we were supposed to be saying things that nobody knew about us."

Her mouth gaped open and she playfully smacked my arm.

I grabbed her hand, smiling, and began walking next to her. We finally arrived at the record shop, which had closed two hours before hand.

"Luke, what are we doing here?" Autumn questioned. "It closed a few hours ago."

I grinned down at her, holding up the card. Catching her off guard, I wrapped my arms around her waist and pulled her into me, pressing my lips against hers. She was shocked, but immediately kissed back.

"Luke," she breathed out after pulling away from the kiss.

"Autumn, I'm in love with the way you make me feel like I'm a new person, like I have a chance to change who I was and to actually live and love. I'm in love with the sound of your voice and the way you say my name. I'm in love with the fact that whenever you kiss me, it feels like the entire universe is on your lips, and every morning I wake up with stars on my lips and a smile that drips into constellations. And I am in love with you."

Her beautiful green eyes looked glossy, coated in tears that had not yet fallen. Her lips quivered into a small smile and she glanced to her feet. I stepped a little bit closer to her and engulfed her petite frame into a tight hug and kissed her forehead.

She didn't say anything at all, but she didn't need to. I had began to learn that sometimes silence was the best answer.

I flipped the card over and the only thing written on the back was instructions on how to get to some place, followed by a "have fun". I wrapped my arm around Autumn's waist and began walking. We walked two streets over before she stopped.

"Luke," she said quietly, but loud enough for me to hear. I looked down at her and she glanced up at me with her piercing green eyes, biting her lip. She stood up on the tips of her toes and wrapped her arms around me. "I love you too."

I leaned down to kiss her and she smiled into the kiss. When we pulled away, we stood staring into each other's eyes for a few moments, before turning to walk again. I intertwined our fingers and glanced down at the card once again.

"You never told me what was up with the record place," Autumn said.

"Would you like to know?" She nodded and I cracked a smile. "It told me to take you to a place that meant a lot to me and made me think of you. That's the place we shared our actual, real first kiss. I wasn't kissing you for the bet, I was kissing you because I was in full blown love with you." I glanced over at her, noticing that she wore a slight smile across her face.

We walked for a few more minutes before arriving at a really nice hotel. We walked into the lobby and the woman at the desk immediately asked if we were under the name "Hemmings" and I nodded. She simply smiled and handed us a key, telling us we would be on the third floor.

I glanced over at Autumn and she shrugged. We walked over to the elevator and found our room once we reached the third floor. Taped onto the door was another note, obviously written in Michael's handwriting, reading "You're welcome."

I opened the door, not really sure what to expect, and walked into a completely regular room. Autumn backed against the door and I kissed her. She had taken off the leather jacket she was wearing, leaving her in a loose gray t-shirt with a penguin on it, and some black sweat pants.

My forehead was pressed lightly against hers as we pulled away from the kiss. "Penguin shirts and sweat pants is a good look on you. Very sexy," I whispered.

"Oh, Luke, I'm so glad you're the romantic type," she snapped back, sarcastically.

"Well, one of us has to be," I winked, causing her to let out a raspy chuckle.

"Of course, because I'm not the romantic type at all."

"Nope," I replied, popping the 'p' sound. "But don't worry," I continued, causing her to raise an eyebrow, "I'll teach you everything I know."

"Yeah? Like what? How to act like a five year old that's on steroids?"

I chuckled breathlessly. "Maybe, but I was thinking a little more along the lines of this," I said, kissing her.

She smirked. "Thanks, but I've already got a tutor. His name is Calum."

"You probably shouldn't have said that," I warned, and before she had the chance to respond, picked her up.

"Luke!" She squealed, erupting in giggles. "Put me down!"


I wasn't looking at her, but I knew she was pouting. "Luke, please?" She whined.


"Ugh, why is my boyfriend so stubborn?" She asked herself and I flashed a cocky smile, putting her down.

"Why is my girlfriend so beautiful?"

"Girlfriend?" She asked, slightly confused.

"Well, I mean, that would be the proper term to use if you're calling me your boyfriend."

Her cheeks flushed a bright pink shade. "Whaaaat? I don't remember saying that."

I stepped closer to her. "Are you sure? Because I'm pretty sure your exact words were 'I love him so much, he's so sexy even though he's the most stubborn boyfriend ever'."

"Okay, that's definitely not what I said."

I smirked at her and she bit her lip.

"No, no. Don't do that." She looked at me confused and I sighed. "Don't do the thing with your lip."

"What? Why not?"

"Because it makes me want to kiss you."

"Then kiss me." She stated, although it came out as more of a question. I stepped forward and lightly placed a kiss on her lips.

"Have I already told you that you look really sexy in sweatpants?"

"Hm, I think you might have, but now I'm pretty sure that you're just making fun of me."

"No, no, I mean it. You look really sexy in those sweatpants," I paused, pulling her close enough to whisper in her ear, "but I think they'd look much better on the floor." I backed against the door, pulling her closer to me as I checked the lock. Twice.

My t-shirt hit the floor.

My mouth hit her lips.

And her hand hit the light.

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