Good Girls like Bad Boys

Hazel Owens has always been the good girl. Always kept quiet and to herself. Never stood up for herself and would let everyone around her push her around because it was the best way to not get in any sort of trouble. That is until two brothers, Luke and Ashton move to her town. They soon both find interest in her. Both seeing that there's more to her than what others see. Soon Hazel finds herself to be a part of both boys life. When they both fall for her which will she choose. Why do bad boys make good girls feel so right?

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3. chapter 3

I throw away the rest of my sandwhich as the bell rings. Heading toward art I bump into someone. I glance at them to see a guy with purple hair standing in front of me. Wow this boy is gorgeous too like the one from earlier. He has green eyes a slight tan. He's tall and lean like the guy from my English class but has more muscle. Tattoos cover his arms and there are a couple by his neck. He's also wearing a band shirt and skinny jeans but he's wearing black boots.

He glances at me looking me over before the cutest smile I've ever seen crosses his face.

"Hey I don't suppose you'd want to show me around?" He asks me holding out his schedule toward me.

"I don't mind" I say taking the schedule from him. He smiles even bigger if that's possible.

"Really? You aren't worried that I'm gonna bring you down into the depts of the worthless" He asks with a giggle.

His giggle is even sexier than his smile and now is my favorite sound.

"Nah! I'm already a worthless freak anyway. Besides. I kinda like being a freak people don't fuck with you they don't think your worth their time" I say with a laugh and he does too.

"Good Girl with a sense of humor I like it" He winks causing me to blush slightly.

"Why thank you" I say giving him a slight bow causing him to giggle some more.

I smile as I see that he has art to and lead him to the classroom.

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