If you already thought going to university fresh out of high school wasn't hard, well try this. Going to university, not knowing anyone, get embarrassed the second you leave your room and to make matters worse something happens to you that you can't even explain.

So what do you do? Live life like nothing ever happened? No way. 'Cause after you've been changed once there's no way in getting out when you're fully transformed.


17. Chapter 13

Adrienne's POV 

"Justin what're you doing here?"

Justin gave me an odd look but shrugged it off with a smile. "I came to see you."

With a sigh, I stepped aside and let him in. 

"Adrienne, I think we need to talk. Have you gotten any of my messages?"

Of course I got his messages. It wasn't hard not to notice them. The hardest part was ignoring them. 

"It's just that I've been really busy lately and–" Justin cut me off by shaking his head. 

"I know you're ignoring me. You don't have to lie straight to my face about it Ad. Just tell me the truth." Justin sat down on my bed his eyes still on me. 

I didn't know what to say. So I sat down beside Justin, my own thoughts consuming me. 

"What're you thinking about." His voice whispered into my ear. My eyes landed onto his beautiful hazel eyes. His eyes looked deep into mine trying to find the answers within me. 

"That I might've hurt you. That I'm just so freaking confused with what's going on in my life. With you, and with school. I don't know if I can do this anymore."

I felt Justin wrap an arm around my waist so my head lay in his chest. I hadn't even noticed the tears falling down my face until he wiped them away with his finger. 

"Then come back on tour with me. It'll be fun and you'll get to travel the world. Isn't that what you've wanted?" 

I nodded my head. "Yes, but I don't think I could go with you." 

I pulled away from Justin so our eyes met. "Why not?"

"Justin, what are we? We aren't a real couple but you go on twitter and tell your fans about us? Do you know how much hate I'm getting? I'm not even your girlfriend!"

Justin looked down at his hands in shame. I know what I said was harsh, maybe even a little mean. And now I regret it. 

"Justin, I'm sorry. I didn't mean it."

I watched as Justin slowly got up and walked towards the door. "I came to see you today to tell you the truth. About what I said to the fans. I also wanted to ask you if you wanted to be mine. I wanted you to be my girlfriend. But you obviously don't want that."

Justin turned back around and walked out the door and out of my life. 

Justin Drew's POV 

I let out a shaky breath, my hands wrapped around a mug of hot chocolate that my mom had brought for me. It was an unusual rainy evening for Calabasas but I didn't mind at all. It reminded me of the chilly weather back home and it felt good to be reminded of my roots. 

I remember just standing out in the rain just getting soaked for no reason. It just gave me this feeling of peace. That was something I really needed in my life right now.

"Justin? Do you think you'll be alright by yourself?" I turned to see my mom all dressed up. She looked really beautiful. 

"You look great mom. And I'll be fine." I put my mug down so I could look at her fully. She gave me one of her unsure smiles before speaking. 

"I could call Kenny if you want. Or I could just cancel my plans. You look a little upset."

"Well, I'll get over it. And I want you to have fun," I walked over to my mom and gave her a hug. "Have fun, alright?" 

"Okay Justin. Be good." She gave me a kiss on my forehead before leaving. 

I let a dramatic sigh out before crawling into my bed. I heard the door close downstairs so I knew I was totally alone. 

"What to do." I muttered under my breath. I looked back at the window and suddenly got an idea. 

I slipped on one of my pairs of black surpras and jogged down to the front door. 

I walked out as far as the roof ended so I didn't get wet. Sticking my hand out, I let the rain droplets hit my skin and drip to the ground. It was an ongoing cycle till I finally took a large step into the rain. I was instantly soaked from head to toe. It felt amazing and I just wanted to stay like that forever. 

"Justin." That voice rang in my mind. I wanted to push it way, push it so far so that I could never hear it again. 

"Justin." I shut my eyes tight, my hands balling up into tight fists. 

"Leave me alone!" I shouted at nothing in particular. "Please just go." My voice was now down to a whisper. It was so quite but everything seemed so loud. 

"I'm sorry Justin. I was wrong." 

I let my eyes finally open up to see her. 


"Why are you doing this to me?" I wasn't sure if I was crying or if it was just the rain. 

"Justin I love you."

I let out a groan. My eyes felt heavy and my head hurt from the constant sound of the door bell. 

The door bell? 

I quickly got off my bed and ran down the stairs till I reached the front door.  

With a quick yank, the door was opened. My eyes locked with hers. 

She was soaking from all the rain and her teeth were chattering. 

I quickly pulled her onto the house, not wanting her to caught a cold. 

"Adrienne, why are you here?" When I spoke, I couldn't look in her eyes. It just hurt too much. 

"I'm here to apologize," I watched as she pushed her bangs way from her face. "What I said back at school Justin, I didn't mean it, really. I just overreacted."

I scoffed at her. "How do I know you not lying?" She merely shrugged her shoulders. "I guess you just have to trust me again."

I wanted to screaming in her face. I wanted her to feel the pain she put me through, but I'm not like that. And I also like her a lot.

I still hadn't responded so that gave Adrienne the impression that I didn't accept her apology. 

"I don't know what else to say to you. You mean so much to me, and I don't even understand how I messed up on some like you. I should've taken your offer to go back on tour with you. I should've never even left in the first place. But I did, and I'm hoping that offers still open."

Adrienne gave me a small smile before leaning forward and placing a firm kiss on my lips. "I'm sorry Justin." 

Adrienne's POV 

I knew my cheeks were flushed and my hair was a mess, but at this point, all I cared about was Justin. I was so deeply wrong for pushing him away like that. He was the only good thing I had going on in my life and I screwed it up. I seriously need help. 

"Well, I should get out of your way." I went for the door when I felt Justin's strong grip on my arm. Our eyes met and I could see the hesitation within him. 

"Can you stay?" Justin's grip had loosened up and now his hand was in mine. 

"Of course. But only if you want." A small smile crept into Justin's face as he pulled me into a hug. 

"I want you to stay."


Justin had given me some of his sweats so I could change into something dry. He left me alone so I could changed and he could put my wet clothes in the dryer. 

Once I was in his clothes and my hair was tide up, I skipped my way downstairs to his family room. 

"Do you wanna watch a movie? We can just order one." I took a seat beside him before answering. 

"Okay. Sounds good." I watched as Justin went through the movie selections until he landed on The Hills Have Eyes. I've heard this movie was quite scary and I honestly hated horrors. 

"Are you okay with this one babe?" Justin asked. 

I nodded my head to reply. Justin started the movie and I could already feel myself getting nervous. 

So the majority of the movie I had my face in Justin's shoulder. The movie was totally gross and I don't do gross. 

"Babe it's over." I heard Justin yawn and felt his muscles stretch beneath me. 

"O-Okay." I pulled myself away from him feeling the warmth disappear. 

"C'mon, lets get to bed." Justin got off the couch pulling me along with him. 

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