Madison has always been the type to keep a guy around for only a few days and then dump him. But when someone catches her eye and she can't shake him off what does she do? This guy is like no other guy she's ever seen or met before....Something's different.... He drags her into his world forcing her into unknown territory. She feels lost and slightly scared---She's never been in love before and she's never wanted to be. Serious relationships aren't her thing, but she'll soon be finding out that she can't just shake him off like all the other guys. "He's like a poison in my system---I can't shake him off! He drags me in and I'm trying to stay away, but I can't...I guess its just in his DNA."


5. Chapter 5

The next morning, I woke up and got dressed.
Going downstairs, I started making breakfast and I laid some painkillers and a glass of water on the bar for Josie.
Trust me, I knew she'd need it.
That girl had over done it last night and she would feel it today.
In a way, I felt bad for her, but then again, she was the one who didn't keep her drinking under control.
Just as I had sat breakfast on the table, she wondered into the kitchen looking tired and weak.
"Did you have fun last night?" I tease.
She sends me a glare and takes the painkillers, then sits down at the table.
She rests her head on the table and groans. "Why did you let me do that?"
I smile. "I'm not your controller sweetheart, you are."
She looks up instantly and glares.
I laugh and she slowly starts eating.
"So, how did your 'hunting' go?" She asks slowly and groggily.
"Good." I smile, looking down. "I've actually found someone different."
She almost chokes on her piece of bacon and her eyes become as big as saucers.
I freeze in my spot just watching her. "Are you ok?" I ask her slowly.
"Yeah, I will be." She says, shaking her head and recovering slowly. "So tell me....How different is this guy?"
"Veyr different." I say looking down, frowning. "It's scary."
She smiles a smile of pure words that scream I-Told-You-That-You'd-Find-Love-At-First-Sight.
"Not that crap again, Josie." I groan and put my head in my hands.
"I didn't say anything." She says smiling.
"But that stupid smile you have on does." I say.
She giggles and then begins to eat some more bacon. "So what's his name?"
"Harry." I say, a smile playing on my lips as I say his name.
"Ooooohhhh, you've already got it bad!" She says smiling excitedly.
I shake my head. "No, no, he's just another guy. It'll be over in a few weeks, I promise."
"You know, you're so funny!" She says sarcastically. "Trust me sweetheart, this boy is a game-changer."
Her words startle me and I start to wonder if this is even a good idea.
What could possibly make him a game-changer?
I wanted to roll my eyes at her little comment, but decided to be nice and act mature.
"You're wrong, Josie. He's just anothery guy." I said matter-of-factly.
"We'll see who wins this guessing game." She says sipping her coffee.
She could wish and hope and dream, but in the end it would be me.
I went up to my room and grabbed my ipod, blasting the song DNA by Little mix.
It was a pretty good song, even though I wasn't a huge fan of the group.
I decided to go for a walk, so I put my headphones in and left for a while.
Fresh air always did me good and today, it was sorta rainy, but I loved it more than anything at the moment.
The mist was still in the air and it felt cool and relaxing.
The smells were heightend to me and I smiled as I took deep breaths as I walked.
Soon though, I arrived home to find Josie had left to go over to that guys place.
Evidently her and the bartender were getting really close, really quick.
I just hoped that it would last, she deserved it.
Basically, I stayed home and just did things around the house.
Strangely, though, Josie never came back that night....She never stayed over on first dates.
And although I worried, I knew she was fine. She had probably fell asleep or something, it was no big deal.

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