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.


7. Chapter 7

Justin Drew's POV

I felt bad for leaving at such sort notice. I felt bad for a lot of reasons, but watching Ad tonight was one of the most hardest things I've ever done.

I was jealous. She performed so well that it made me jealous. I hated the feeling but I couldn't help it.

I guess it's best that we were apart for a bit so I can get used to her life and she could get used to mine.

With a heavy sigh, I collapsed onto the dorm room bed, exhaustion finally setting into me. I didn't want to think about my life anymore. I didn't want to think about the fame and the money. All the perks of being a celebrity. I didn't want to think of everything I worked so hard for. In time things will change and hopefully for the better.

Adrienne's POV

"Hey Justin, it's me again. Please call me back, I just feel so bad." I ended the call after the message. It had been a couple days since my first performance. A couple days since I last spoke to Justin.

It didn't feel right anymore. I didn't want his life in the first place. This wasn't supposed to happen.

But it is happening. So we both have to deal with it. We both have to learn have to get through this.

When Justin told me that he couldn't handle watching me perform and he wanted to back home, it felt like a part of me left with him. Literally.

I barely knew the guy other then I've been in his body for about two weeks. But it still hurt to see him walk away like that.

I didn't want to think about Justin anymore. He was on my mind all the time. Was that normal?

As I pushed my thoughts deeper into my head, my door opened revealing Scooter.

"Hey man. What're you up too?" He walked further into my room before crashing onto my bed.

I quickly tucked my phone under the pillows before giving him a fake smile. "Nothing. Just chilling."

Scooter had quickly became someone I could trust just like Kenny. Both were like the older brothers I never had even though I had Matt. It felt good to know that they had my back—or Justin's—if I ever needed them.

"Still thinking about her." When he said ‘her’ I knew exactly what he meant.

"I guess. She won't even return my calls. I don't even know why. I'm really worried."

Yes I was worried, but I knew why Justin wouldn't call me back. He wanted time alone to figure this all out.

"Maybe you should go see her." Scooter suggested. I furrowed my eyebrows. "What about tour?" I asked totally confused.

"Don't worry, your next show isn't till next week so you have some time off. Go find out what's wrong with Adrienne. It'd probably mean a lot if you talked to her in person."

Scooter pushed himself if the bed, a genuine smile on his face.

"Thanks Scooter. I don't know what to say."

Scooter walked to the door and turned around.

"You can thank me later when you two make up."


It was pretty easy sneaking into USC with anyone noticing me. It was even easier to get to Adrienne's room since it was 2am.

I had convinced Kenny to stay back at Justin's moms home while I went back to the school. It had been a lot of convincing though, but I used Pattie to my advance since she's my mom now.

I took a deep breath as I stood before my dorm room. It brings back the memories of living here for less then 24 hours that changed my life.

With a couple knocks to the door, I waited patiently for an answer. After a couple minutes I heard shuffling in the room due to Justin waking up.

The door was opened wide revealing Justin in one of my favorite pjs that had little bears all over. Justin's eyes were barely opened but I knew he was awake.

"So are you gonna let me in?" I spoke in a whisper. Justin jumped back in shock when it fully registered to him that it was me who knocked on his door.

Without a second to think, Justin pulled me into the room, his cheeks flushed.

"What're you doing here?!" Justin spat. I pulled off the hood on my head and gave him a toothy grin.

"I came to see you." Justin crossed his arms over his chest—something I would've never have done when I was a girl—and glared at me.

"Ad, I told you I needed space. I needed you to be me and I'd be you."

"I know, but you can't just shut me out. This is happening to me too."

Justin let out a groan. "But there's nothing we can do. I don't like it when your performing because it makes me feel like I hadn't done a good job at it."

"But you have. Your still a great performer."

"No! You don't understand—"

I cut Justin off. "No, you don't understand. We need to be in this together. I know it's hard, maybe it's even harder on you, but you can't just desert me."

Justin looked down at the ground, guilt written all over his face.

"I-I'm sorry Ad, I didn't know that you felt like that." Justin let out a sigh as he took a seat on the bed.

I walked over to him and sat down beside him.

"So what do we do now?" Justin asked as he looked at me.

"We stick together."


Justin Drew's POV

Adrienne ended up staying for the rest of the night and I honestly didn't mind. It's gets a bit lonely in the dorm room.

I woke up around six thirty to start my day before school. Adrienne was fast asleep beside me sleeping peacefully on her stomach. It was still so weird to see myself like that. It was me, but at the same time it wasn't.

I reached over and lightly shook Adrienne's shoulder. "Ad, wake up." Adrienne eyes opened and stared into mine.

"Good morning." I whispered.

"Hey.." She stretched and then sat up beside me.

"How'd you sleep?" I asked as I got out of the bed.

"Good. Are you going to class?" I nodded my head as I looked for something decent to wear.

"Well, I guess I should get out of here." Adrienne got out of the bed and grabbed her jeans that she must've left on the floor.

I quickly went to the wash room and when I got out, Adrienne was ready to leave.

"How long are you gonna stay for?" I asked.

"For the rest of the week then it's back to the tour."

"Oh." I let out a sigh. Adrienne walked over to the door but turned around.

"See you later?" She asked.

I walked over to her and gave her a tight hug. "Don't worry, will talk soon."

When I pulled away I swear I saw something so different. Adrienne's eyes weren't mine anymore. They looked like hers.

It was like something I've never seen before. And I couldn't help myself when I leaned in and pressed my lips onto hers.

It didn't feel like I just kissed myself. It felt like I was kissing Adrienne. I know, it's something that I can't even explain but all I know is that it was amazing.

Adrienne pulled away in shock. Her cheeks turned a bright pink—something that I haven't seen on my face in along time—as she stared at me.

"I-I'm sorry." I spoke with a stammer. I was shocked with myself that I just did that.

"N-No, i-it's fine. I'll just leave." Adrienne quickly turned around before pulling her hood over her head, leaving me wanting to say sorry once more and to know where this left us.

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