Fatal Love

After Helen graduated high school, Calum thought that things would get better, but when their relationship starts getting more difficult to uphold, they both can't take it anymore.

Calum is about to leave for another tour and Helen knows what's to come. They both fall into a different world, one they're not familiar to. With nothing but drugs and the LA nightlife to fix Helen's broken mind, she feels hopeless. Calum turns to the reckless rock star life that comes with fame.

Things go from bad to fatal for Calum and Helen.

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5. Chapter 5 : Views

Helen's POV

 

I opened the door into our suite in the Bellagio hotel. The luxury that surrounded us was all too much. I set my small traveling backpack on the marble floor in the foyer. The hall was decorated beautifully. The curtains matching perfectly with the tan painted walls. The lights above glimmered on the floor's smooth surface. 

"This is fucking great," Calum said as he dropped the luggage. 

I nodded, "This is luxurious." A door to our right opened up into the powder room. To our left was a wet bar, that connected into the living and dining room. The creme colored eccentric sofa faced a wall that had a TV hanging on it. A loveseat was sat next to it. Various colored cushions, with different designs sat on the sofa. Everything managed to mend together. 

My eyes moved to the artwork that was was hung on the walls, but even that couldn't compare to the view we had. My eyes tore away from the art and moved to something much more intriguing.  The curtains were open, revealing the beautiful cityscape that was Las Vegas. We had a gorgeous view of the light show that was displayed in front of the Bellagio. 

"We hit the jackpot," Calum said as he snaked his arms around my waist. 

I nodded, "We sure did." I looked at the replica of the Eiffel tower. It was lit up, much like the rest of the city. The sun had gone down hours ago, making me realize why Las Vegas was called the City of Lights. 

Our exploration of the suite didn't end there. I untangled myself from Calum's arms and walked towards the mahogany dining table. There was a small notebook that sat in the middle of the table. The words 'Bellagio' were written in cursive on top of the page. I picked up a small thick note card that was sticking out from the side. 

"Enjoy your stay at the Bellagio hotel," I read aloud. 

"Whoa, babe look at this!" Calum exclaimed I turned my attention to him. He was still looking out the tall windows. My gaze flickered down to the dancing fountains that were spewing water all over. It was a dramatic aquatic show, choreographed so breathtakingly beautiful with it's light and music.

"Calum we're gonna be here for nearly a week, you have plenty of time to watch the Fountains of Bellagio dance," I noted as I walked away from the glass and towards the wide doorway.

The room adjacent from the living room was in fact the bedroom. I ran my hand across the surface of the bed.The white sheets were made and folded neatly. Various pillows sat on top of the bed, some leaning against the headboard. A chaise lounge stood at the edge of the wall. There was a a long night stand that sat a few feet away from the bed. Behind the night stand, there were windows much like the ones in the living room. It revealed a new kind of view, a new perspective. 

"Boy are we gonna have fun in here, huh?" Calum said from behind me. 

I smiled, "Indeed." 

"This penthouse suite costed us a bomb, but it was worth it," he added. 

"Oh, I know," I replied and looked at him. He poked his head into the next doorway. 

"Found the bathroom," he said. 

I followed him into the bathroom. A sink was on our left. We both split up into two separate rooms. I found the bathtub. Next to it was a counter with a single sink and a huge rectangular mirror was on the wall in front of it. The crevasses on the counter held white towels, stacked upon each other. Complimentary soaps were displayed on top of the granite counter. A white robe hung from a hook at the far end. The toilet was connected to the bathroom. A closet as well.   

"Our own bathrooms?" Calum asked. "I got the steam shower."

"Well I got the bathtub and a closet,"  I added.

"What? Really?" Calum called before joining me in my side of the bathroom wing. He groaned, "We can share." 

I laughed, "Sure thing." 

A lot of the girls bunked with each other. They usually booked villas that were able to hold up to six guests. They didn't mind sleeping with each other on the same bed. Adin and Sonne booked a penthouse suite, just like Calum and I. Luke, Ashton and Michael all ended up in a two bedroom grand lakeview suite. 

"Are you hungry?" I asked. "We could order room service."

He nodded, "How about we take a quick shower first. Gotta break the steam shower in, right?" He flashed me a smirk. I rolled my eyes and laughed before beginning to make my way out of the bathroom. "C'mon doll." I felt fabric hitting my arm, my gaze moved to Calum's shirt that was now on the floor. I turned to see a shirtless Calum leaning against the bathroom doorway. 

"I suppose," I started. "A quick shower won't hurt."

He smiled, "I'll turn on the water then and hopefully that's not the only thing I'm turning on." 

 

 

"I'm not sure if it was the steam, but that sex was hotter than usual," I said as I plopped down onto the soft couch. We were both waiting for the food we ordered to arrive. Calum walked into the living room. He was pulling on a simple black shirt. 

"We rarely have shower sex," He noted as he looked down at his phone. "Ashton is calling me, again. This is the third time he's calling. Can't a guy get some privacy?" 

"Answer, they probably want to excitedly gloat about their room, I know you do too," I said. 

He scoffed as he brought the phone to his ear, "Hi Ashton." Calum walked back into the bedroom, leaving me alone. 

There was a knock on the door, shortly after. I hopped up and made my way towards the door before opening it. I was met with a tall man who smiled at me before pushing a cart into the room. I thanked him and gave him a quick tip for my gratitude. I wheeled the cart inside and uncovered the first plate. Calum's cheeseburger. 

I grabbed a bowl with watermelon slices and sat back on the couch. I took this time to really take in my surroundings. The little things, like the remote control on the coffee table. Or the small plant next to it. My gaze ended up looking down at the dancing waters of Bellagio. 

"I could smell the food from the bedroom," Calum said. I turned. He was grabbing his plate. We sat across each other on the round dining table. I continued chewing on my watermelon."Aren't you gonna eat your food?"

I nodded, "I just really wanted some fruit first." 

"Do we have any touristing to do on this getaway?" He asked. 

"Yes, but tomorrow the group wants to go to the hotel nightclub. It's called The Bank," I explained. "I'm probably gonna go." 

"What if I don't go?" Calum asked. 

"I'm going anyways," I replied. 

He shook his head, "No way am I gonna let you go alone, gotta let the world know you're my girl." 

I cracked a sly smile, "Of course you do." I pecked his cheek and grabbed a fry off his plate. "What did Ashton say?" 

"Talked about the view and their room," He chuckled. 

"Told ya," I said. 

He nodded, "And how he got stuck on the couch." 

"He did?" I paused "Poor Ash." 

"They're gonna rotate, but a couch should be comfortable too right?"

"I suppose," I said. 

 

 

"And the shopping cart race!" Calum exclaimed. 

I laughed harder as we recalled the memories we had shared, "You made us crash into a light pole!" My sides ached from all the laughter. 

"It was an accident! I swear," He defended. "Or how I snuck into your room after our first date." 

"Or when we got high off pot brownies," I added.

"I remember it all," He said. 

"All what?" I asked. 

"Everything, you and me. The day we first met. Our first conversation. Our first kiss, we almost had our first kiss sooner if it wasn't for Luke who decided to come home earlier." 

I smiled. 

"Instead it was after we performed a couple songs to you. I remember the first day I said I loved you; in your bedroom in California.  I remember when you gave yourself to me," He paused. "You were loud." 

I laughed, "I can't believe you remember all that." 

"Why would I not remember?" He asked. "That's the day my entire world changed. The day you walked into my life, was the best day ever." 

I got up from my chair and walked over to him before straddling his lap, "You do have a way with words, don't you?" 

His hands fell onto my hips, "I do hope the neighbors don't mind the noise."  I pressed my lips to him. My hands moved to his hair and tugged lightly on his dark locks. "Bed?" He asked between kisses. 

I nodded before I felt his tight grip on my ass as he carried me to the bed. We crashed into the wall before we finally reached the bedroom. He threw me on the bed before tacking his shirt off and tossing it aside. His lips grazed every corner of my skin as he pulled off my panties in a swift movement. 

Calum was right, I really did hope the neighbors don't mind a couple of noise.

 

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