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.


16. Chapter 16

HEY GUYS: I can't even begin to say how sorry I am for the infrequent updates. They'll be weekly from now on, or at least every other week. I've started school and been traveling a lot, but I think I'm starting to get into the swing of everything.

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"Luke, it's this street," Autumn kept repeating to me but I kept waving it off.

"Autumn, it's fine, babe. I know where I'm going." I knew exactly how to get to Calum's from where we were and she was doubting my instinctive sense of direction.


"Sorry to interrupt," Madalena piped up from the backseat of the car, "but we missed our turn while you two were arguing."

Autumn and I both huffed out in aggravation. I hated being wrong just as much as she did, but a lot of the time I felt like we didn't agree on much of anything.

I continued to drive, soon making a u-turn and turning onto Calum's street. We watched Madalena scurry up to the front door, letting herself in. "Why don't we agree on things?"

"Luke, what are you talking about?" Autumn asked, giving me a hurt expression. "We get along just fine. We're you and I." She smiled and grabbed my hand, causing me to crack a small smile.

"No, no," I said, pulling my hand away. "I mean like why don't we ever have the same opinion? Why do we argue?"

"We don't," she argued and I rolled my eyes.

"We are arguing right now, Aut."

She shot me a glare, but didn't say anything. I figured she was mad at me, but she just sat shotgun, staring out of the passenger window. I was tempted to speak up again, but wasn't sure what to say or how to say it.

"Why are we together?" She finally spoke up, questioning the fate-chosen relationship we had.

"What do you mean?" I asked, knitting my eyebrows in confusion as she let out a raspy sigh.

"I mean, if we argue a lot then how have we managed to stay in a relationship?" Her questions were confusing me even more by the second.

This time, I decided to speak up. "Autumn, you know damn well that is not what I meant. I didn't even say argue, I just said we have different views and agreements."

She shrugged, "it's really all the same."

"No, Autumn, it's not all the same," I argued. "We're having an argument right now, but we don't fight. We have different opinions, but we don't yell at each other or boss one another around." I watched as a strand of her teal strip of hair was twisted around her index finger, and she tapped her feet together.

"I'm sorry," she mumbled just enough for me to hear and I unbuckled, turning around to face her.

"I love you," I said before kissing her.

"I love you too," she mumbled against my lips. I couldn't completely understand what she was saying, but I could feel it. Her love was always loud enough.

"I'm sorry I brought it up," I quickly apologized as we pulled away.

She grinned, "it's okay, Mr. Badass. I'm sorry I lashed out."

"It's okay," I smiled. "Don't forget though, it's not what we hear it's what we feel."

I gained a mile wide grin from her in response and we silently and impatiently waited for Madalena. Out of the corner of my eye, I caught a glimpse of one of the guys that had almost gotten Calum in trouble for throwing a killer party, but he didn't recognize me.

"I wish they'd hurry up and make up so we can go to that movie," Autumn sighed and I was quick to agree. At least we agree on some things.

"So, Autumn," I nervously played with my hands and she gave me a concerned look. "My parents are having a dinner, and they want me to bring you."

"Ooh, as a cheap dish to pass around or a charity guest?" She scoffed and rolled her eyes.

"Charity...really?" I asked, laughing and she shrugged.

"Oh right, I'm sorry your parents hate me," she sarcastically snapped, quickly apologizing once she realized how rude she was being. "Sorry," she mumbled, "that was a bit much. They do hate me though."

I wasn't sure how to respond to her statement. My parents didn't completely hate her, but they thought she was just another girl that would last for two weeks and then I'd be bored once again. Though this time, I was entirely sure that she was my everything. There's no way in hell that she could bore me.

Saved by the bell--or well, a text--I quickly responded to a message from Madalena. "Hey, Aut, let's go to that movie. Madalena says they're renting one, so we have plenty of time."

She scoffed, "will your parents be there?"

"Nope," I replied, popping the 'p' sound, "just my beautiful girlfriend and I."

"Do you even want to see the movie or do you just want to make out?" Autumn asked and we both burst into uncontrollable laughter.

"It is the new teenage mutant ninja turtles, there's no way in hell I wouldn't want to see it," I admitted. "But you know, there's no reason why I can't have both."

I placed my lips to hers, capturing them in a slow, yet fiery and passionate kiss.

If our love was captured in a photograph worth one thousand words, this would be the shot they'd use.

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