Does He Really Love Me?

I will never forgive him for what he has done.. even though it may seem like I have forgiven him. The feeling of being used... sucks. But being used by Calum Hood... feels like you die then come back to life. But I can never forgive and I most definitely will never forget. -April

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1. The Move

  April's POV:

      I leaned against my door frame as I looked into my empty room. All the memories were being left behind in this very room. I grabbed the last moving box, and walked down stairs.

   " Why do we have to move mom?" I asked as I put the box in the moving truck.

" Honey, your father got a promotion to go work in Australia. Just see this move as something good," she said as she got into the car.

  We drove to the New York City airport, and that's when my journey to Australia began.

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     I finished putting the last box in my room. My room was pretty big and awesome. Even though it was plain white. All my furniture was already in there because we had shipped it out 2 days before.

  "April honey!"

 "What mother?!" I yelled back. 

"Come downstairs and meet our new neighbors!" I sighed as i slowly made my way down stairs.

" April, this is Andrew and Liz Hemmings and their son Luke." "Nice to meet all of you," I put on a fake smile. Luke gave me a comforting smile back. 

"Why don't yall go get to know each other," my mom pushed me out the door and i ran into Luke. He put his hand on my shoulder and awkwardly pushed me away a little. I gave her an unappealing look, but she just smirked at me.

  "Well come on I guess," Luke motioned for me to walk with him. We wandered down the block in awkward silence.

But then Luke broke it, " So your name's April huh?" I laughed, because obviously he already knew my name. 

  "Yeah and your's is Luke."

"Yup, so I'm guessing you are going to that Christian school a couple of blocks up," he laughed "I go there, that's the only damn good school around here." His laugh was so contagious. We talked for an hour before it was time for me to go home. "Well today is Sunday, I'll walk you to school tomorrow," Luke said as he walked back to his house.

 

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