Hannah is a 15 year old girl who grows up in a beautiful city with an amazing family, her mom, dad, brother and sister. She is a die hard 5sos and 1d fan, sometimes she imagines what life would be like if she met them. Would they think I'm cute, she wondered or would they think I'm a complete idiot? But she knew even if one of them fell madly in love with her, she wouldn't be able to meet him, date him or even text him because of her over protective family. One day her family finally let her go to a soccer game with her best friend, she was surprised that her brother hadn't insisted on coming along.
"I'm sooooo exited , Chelsea is totally gonna cream Manchester tonight,"I said to my best friend as we were boarding the tube.
"Yeah, we will dominate" said Jenna with her fist clenched in the air.
It was the first time my parents or siblings had ever let me go somewhere far alone. I remember not being allowed to go to the coffee shop that was a 5 minute walk from my house when I was 13.
The two waited until they finally got off a mile away from the actual pitch. They both had their hands full with signs and gifts and posters, they would be going to the VIP area where they had a chance of meeting some of their favourite soccer players and celebrities that were gone to watch. They took a short cut that led them to the pitch in 5 minutes, 2 minutes walk before the pitch, their was a black car with many security guards standing in the same Ally they were going through
They were all so big and scary, I had to calm my nerves and keep walking forward.
"You can't come here m'me" one of the guard said
"Why not, I need to get to the Chelsea vs Manchester city game and I need to get their early!!" I said back angrily
The security guard was about to speak when all of a sudden I heard a voice, a voice I recognized from somewhere.
"Let them come through, they can come with us"
The guard moved out of our way and there he stood, his blond hair with brown roots, looked even better in person. I froze, Jenna held my hand and whispered in my ear, "don't freak out, act normal"
What happened next, was something that changed my life... forever