Summer Love

Serenity is a troublemaker and isn't really accepted in her family because shes different and doesn't act like she should. After she takes it over the top before summer vacation, her parents send her away to stay in London with her aunt for the summer. She hates it there until she realizes that there are people like her and that there is someone who truly understands her pain. Can someone change her perspective of life and maybe cause her heart to beat a little faster?
In this story, a small town stubborn girl falls into the hands of a big city and might just be falling head over heels.
(Note: This story is going to be a bit like "Dark" so I give credit to the author of "Dark" if any of my ideas sound similar or seem similar to those of that in "Dark".)


6. Stay Away From Him

I stand there, still, as my body remains frozen. I didn't know what just happened My brain was still processing the thought of the way this stranger touched me. Fear and excitement coursed through my veins at the thought.

Nobody in the store had witnessed the situation which I found peculiar since we were out in the open. We were in public and nobody saw it. They must have thought that we were together.

As I finally started moving again, from my previously frozen state, I exited the store as I was grabbed by the arm. I gasped at the touch as  the memories flooded back from just minutes before. Adrenalin ran through my body as I freed my arm from the person's hold.

"Don't tou-" I wasn't able to finish my sentence as I noticed it wasn't the same boy that had violated me before.

"Listen, its alright. I'm not trying to hurt you. I saw what he did to you. I saw what happened in the corner." The boy spoke.

"Well, who is he then?" I asked. My small figure was forced to look up at him, despite us being about the same age.

"His name is Zayn. He's a bit of a mystery. Nobody really talks to him but he's talked to many people." He said as his blue eyes looked down at me.

"What do you mean?"

"Well, you can say he's a bit of a troublemaker. He's always in the papers. He's either getting into fights or stealing or God knows what else." Those words floated around my head. He was an outcast like me. We weren't the same but we weren't different. "The girls do seem to really like him though. They like his "Bad Boy" reputation."

"So what should I do?" I asked as my green eyes filled with curiosity.

"I would stay away from him. He's nothing but trouble. He uses girls. Not once have I seen him with a girl for more than a week."

I remained silent after his last sentence.

"Oh and I almost forgot. Hi, I'm Eliezer but you can call me Eli." He said as he gave a smile and extended his arm. I kindly shook his hand. I had one more question in mind for him.

"How do you know so much about Zayn?" I finally ripped through my silence.

"Well, believe it or not, me and him used to be best friends. Well, before, you know,,.... he changed."

I bit my lip as my eyebrows furrowed. How is this all happening? I mean, I'm confused to down size it.

"Um, if you ever have any questions, you could...uh.. you can call me. Maybe we could talk over lunch or something?" He grabbed a small piece of paper off of the front desk along with a pen and wrote down his number. He signed with his name and a smiley face.

"Sounds good." I said as he handed me the small sheet of paper. "I'll see you around." I waved goodbye as his figure faded away from my sight as I traveled farther from the store.

My head was still shooken up a bit from all that has just happened in less than thirty minutes. I wanted to continue looking around the building but I also wanted to go home, afraid that I would end up crossing paths with Zayn again. The second option was best, home was the better option at this point.

I looked around for Aunt El. She never told me where it was that she was going. I had no idea where to look.

I used my common sense to think of where she would be. I figured that since it was almost supper time, that she would be in the food court. I looked around at the signs for guidance in the direction of the food court. Luckily, it wasn't that far away.

I followed the many smells of different foods that invaded the area. I knew I was coming close. I saw many tables and people occupying them along with many restaurant counters surrounding the area. I looked around but there was no sign of El anywhere.

I kept walking as I made a full circle around the food court until I saw her burgundy hair sat with her back facing towards me. As I walked closer, another person sat in front of her. I noticed that tan skin and dark quiff anywhere. His eyes locked with mine as a smirk spread across his lips.


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