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.

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17. Chapter 17

HEY GUYS. IM SO SORRY I HAVENT UPDATED. BUT TOMORROW IS MY BIRTHDAY SO IVE DECIDED ITS TIME FOR A NEW CHAPTER. I HOPE YOU LOVE IT.

(PS, SORRY ITS NOT VERY LONG. IM ABOUT TO GO DRIVING.)

Enjoy

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"Autumn, you look beautiful," I reassured her as she smoothed her black dress down for the hundredth time. Her lips curved into a small smile as she walked over to me, grazing her lips over mine.

"Hmm..." She mumbled, kissing me, "I love you."

"And I love you," I mumbled back, connecting our lips. She looped her arms around my neck and I wrapped mine around her waist, closing all of the unwanted space between us. We both sighed breathlessly as we pulled away.

"Luke, do we have to go?" She whined, her voice almost in a husky whisper.

"Yes, baby. We have to."

She pouted so cutely that it was almost impossible for me to make her go to the dinner instead of just staying in, watching a movie, and making out.

"Let's go then," she sighed and I grabbed her hand, leading her out of the door. Seeing as black was the only color she ever war, it wasn't a problem to match my tie to her dress.

Once we were in the car, she buckled up and propped herself up against the door. "I don't wanna go," she muttered under her breath and I chuckled at how adorable she was. And once I caught glance of her beautiful eyes, it was nearly impossible for me not to capture her lips against mine once more.

I quickly pulled out of the driveway before I could change my mind. "You're so beautiful." Out of the corner of my eyes I could see her cheeks glow a slight shade of scarlet. "I mean it. You're so beautiful." I could tell she was unsure of how to respond and smirked, putting my right blinker on.

"Luke, aren't we supposed to go left?" Autumn inquired, cocking her eyebrow at me. I played with my lip ring, smiling over at her.

"Yeah, but you don't want to be a guest at their dinner party for long, so I was thinking it wouldn't hurt to show up a little bit late."

I swear I had never seen her smile so brightly. "You mean it?!"

"I really do," I said, putting the car in park.

It took her a second to recognize where we were: an empty parking lot. "You just want to make out don't you?" She laughed as my lips hit hers.

"Maybe."

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"Luke, I don't want to," she whined as I practically dragged her into the house. The dining room was set up fancily, with punch bowls everywhere and my grandmother's nice China was being used as well.

"Autumn, you have to." I pulled her into the room, immediately wandering off to grab the two of us a drink. I took a sip of the punch and realized that it was spiked, returning to Autumn empty handed. "We aren't drinking that punch."

She began to question me but was cut off by the sound of my mother's thunderous footsteps making their way toward us. "You're late," she spit out, giving us a disgusted look.

"We were having car troubles," I quickly lied, squeezing Autumn's hand to reassure her. "We are here now."

My mom shot us an annoyed glance as my dad approached from behind her. "Luke, Autumn, it's here to see you two showed up."

I cocked a brow at him, "you expected us not to?"

He shook his head and my mother crossed her arms, "I expected you to come, but I had also expected you to bring another girl home by now."

This time it was Autumn's turn to grip my hand, reassuring me that everything was okay.

But I was furious. I could feel my blood boiling inside of my veins.

"No, she's the last girl you'll be meeting. She's my everything."

Autumn rested her head against my arm and I slung one of them over her shoulder, pulling her into me.

"That's fine, dear. But you need to break up with her."

"What? Why?" I practically shouted at my mom.

"Maybe if you were around more often, you'd know that we're moving."

And in that moment, I could have sworn my heart stopped beating.

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