Kate Wilson is your ordinary 19 year old girl. She has a job at Starbucks and while on her way home from work one night meets a boy who changes her life completely for the worse. Read to find out what happens on Kate's horrific journey of getting to know her kidnapper, Harry Styles.


1. Chapter 1

Monday morning, aka the most terrible morning of the week. It's the same thing over and over again. You wake up, get a shower, eat breakfast, and you're out the door and on your way to work. I look at it this way, I don't have to go to school. School made my life a living hell, annoying teachers, even more annoying students and never ending homework and tests popping up for what seemed to be everyday, I decided to take a year off before I go to collage, which I will probably regret but it's been relaxing me so far.

My job isn't bad, I actually really enjoy where I work, I can take some coffee home with me after my last shift in the evening. Starbucks, I would recommend working there if you're into meeting new people, I see at least 100 people a day, if it's not on a Monday, most of them are really nice, I always feel happy after a long day of work. But the thing with Mondays, it's not the fact that I know I have to work, it's the fact that I'm NOT a mornings person and getting up at 6 am does not appeal to me after having two days of being able to wake up and get out of bed whenever I please. But, I have to get over it. I grab my keys and shut the door locking it behind me.

"Hello Kate, how are you today?" I heard Bert, my neighbour yell over the hedge trees he had been working on as I made my way down the concrete steps leading out of my house. I smiled.

"Hey Bert! I'm fine thanks, just on my way to work. How are those hedge trees coming along?" He set the large pair of clippers down by his side and brushed the dead leaves and weeds off his shirt and pants.

"Not so good. These darn weeds won't stay of out of them! No matter what you do to keep them away they always keep coming back." He sighed and looked over at me disappointedly.

"It's not that bad! You can barely tell that they are dead from over here, just keep working at it, you'll get it" I smiled reassuringly. He nodded.

"I suppose you're right, have a good day at work now!" He waved, smiling. I gave him a quick wave back as I stepped into my car and made my way to work.

When I finally arrived at Starbucks I could see our daily costumers already seated reading some news paper and drinking some coffee.

"Hello Jefrey" I smiled while entering the small door that lead behind the counter.

"Hi Kate, lots going on in the news this week." He held the newspaper up close to his face.

"My eyes are getting worse each day, I'm going to need new glasses soon!" He sighed and set the paper down on the counter.

"What news is there?" I asked, I took his empty cup and refilled it with more coffee.

"There was a murder, actually, two murders. Both of them on the same night! Down on Avandale Street by the old pub" I sat down on a stool behind the counter, eagerly waiting for him to continue. I was really into this kid of stuff, although, you could never tell by looking at me, I didn't seem like the type to be into anything scary but I really enjoyed learning about it.

"Two girls were killed, tied up in a chair just outside the pub, tortured and shot three times to the head at 3 in the morning." My eyes opened wide. You don't really hear about these kinds of things here in this town. It's only recently you would hear about a robbery, let alone a murder.

"That's terrible" I managed to get out, still thinking about the details Jefrey had just told me, I wanted to know more though, were there any suspects? I thought of a bunch of questions and decided I would read the article while on break, hoping to get some of them answered. Jefrey took one last sip of his coffee before standing up and slipping back on his jacket over his shoulders.

"I must go now Kate, I've got a busy day ahead of me" he smiled and turned around, getting ready to leave the shop.

"Bye Jefrey, have a nice day!" "You too, have fun working" he shouted behind him before the door to the shop closed.

"Kate you're on counter duty until 12, you'll have your break and then you're on cleaning duty okay?" I turned around to see Judy, my boss standing behind me getting a coffee ready for a costumer she had just taken an order from.

"Okay Judy, sounds good." I hated counter duty, it was the most boring part of working in Starbucks on a Monday. All you do is sit and wait for someone to come in and order, and on Monday mornings we aren't the busiest. Everyone is either at work or in school, they don't have time to come and buy coffee. I sat on the stool and waited for someone to walk in, 1 hour passed and still nobody had came. I looked around the shop at the posters plastered on the walls to keep my mind occupied. I jumped as I heard the door to the shop slam shut as a tall boy walked in. He had curly brown hair and bright green eyes, he was very handsome.

"Hi welcome to Starbucks, my name is Kate, what would you like?"

"I'll just have a regular coffee with some sweeteners" he spoke slowly.

"Okay, is that everything?"

"Yes, thanks."

"No problem, that will be $1.29 please." He reached into his pocket and took out the money then placed it on the counter in front of me. I gave him his coffee and watched him carefully as he sat down. There was something weird about him, or should I say something different about him. I shrugged it off, it was probably nothing.

It was finally 12 o'clock and I could finally have a break. I took the newspaper with the story of the murders that Jefrey was telling me about and sat down at a table right next to the strange boy I had served earlier. I scanned through the story to see if I could find answers to my questions I had thought of earlier. They didn't have any suspects. "After hours of searching for traces of DNA we have found nothing. Who ever has committed these crimes has really thought it through" -Deputy Travis. I read a few more quotes before I gave up and set the newspaper down on the table. How could there be no traces of DNA? They had to find something! I sighed and decided to forget about it, there was nothing I could do about it anyway. I looked over at the boy, he was smirking. My heart raced as he stood up and walked towards me.

"Read about those recent murder cases huh?" He said, pointing towards the newspaper.

"Oh uh- yes, yeah I have why?" I was suddenly really nervous, there was something about him that made me feel uncomfortable but what that something was, I had no clue.

"No reason, pretty genius planning though eh?" He grinned, his eyes turning a darker shade of green. I stood up quickly and brushed off my apron.

"I have to go, my break is over. I hope you enjoyed your coffee." I gave him a nod and a nervous smile before making my way to the back room to get the supplies for cleaning. I heard him chuckle as I hurried to get as far away from him as possible. I shut the door to the supplies room behind me and leaned up against it, letting a long sigh escape my lips. Who was that boy?

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