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.


9. Chapter 8

Adrienne's POV

I couldn't fall asleep. It was like my brain didn't want the sleep but my body was so tired. From touring so hard, making sure that the fans couldn't tell something was up, and whatever was going on between Justin and I.

Justin and I. That sounds weird, but I kinda like it.

I never thought something would happen between us. Yes we're ‘dating’, and yes, I think Justin is great guy, it just never clicked to me.

I didn't even know Justin liked me. I'm just a normal girl with normal girl problems. I'm not rich or famous. I'm not incredibly pretty not like models or singers.

I'm just me and I'd never think Justin would have a thing for me.

When we kissed it didn't feel wrong, but I still freaked out.

Justin probably thinks I don't like him because of my reaction. He probably thinks I hate him.

But I don't. I might even like him.

I don't remember when I finally fell asleep. I looked at my surroundings to see that I was standing in the middle of a dusty road. No cars or people around. I was alone.

As I walked down the road, kicking rocks as I went, I noticed someone standing at the end of the road.

I squinted and shielded my eyes from the sun trying to see who was there but it only got blurrier.

"What the—" Suddenly the person became clearer and was only standing a couple feet away.

"Justin." I spoke. I was totally confused. I was even more confused when I actually saw Justin and not myself.

"You look confused." He gave me a small smile before he stood right in front me.

I shook my head. "Yes, but I don't understand. Why're you here?"

Justin's smile turned into a smirk. "Do you not want me here?" He spoke so soft that it caught me off guard.

"I-I..." I suddenly couldn't speak. What was going on with me?

"You don't have to be nervous around me. You've been living my life for the past month. You know everything about me."

But I didn't. I have been living Justin's life, but I don't know him. I didn't even realize that he liked me. I was totally oblivious to his feelings.

"But I don't. Yes I've been living your life, but I still don't know you." I looked down at the ground breaking our gaze.

I felt Justin's hand brush against mine but I didn't dare to look up. I was to scared that I'd hurt him even more then I already have.

I felt his fingers hook under my chin lifting my face so I could look into his eyes.

"Do you want to know me?" He questioned.

I stared into his creamy hazel eyes that made me feel so vulnerable. I didn't want to break the contact but at the same time I wanted so desperately to get away from him.

"Of course I want to get to know you. Your like one of my friends." I spoke with a fake smile. I knew that hurt Justin when his lips turned into a frown.

"Friends. Do friends do this?" Before I could say anything else, Justin cupped both of my cheeks in his hands and smashed his lips into mine.

My mind was screaming that this was totally wrong. That we should just say friends. But a part of me, my heart, was telling me in a calm voice that this was meant to be. That this felt right. That Justin wouldn't ever hurt me. That he would only love me.

He finally pulled away from me, his gaze till fixed on my eyes.

"I want you to get to know me cause I like you more then friends." Justin gave me one last kiss before he disappeared.

Justin Drew's POV

"Miss. Parker, what have you come up with the logo of the newspaper?" Mrs James asked.

I took a breath before grabbing my logo and standing in front of the class.

"Well, as everyone knows, USC' mascot is a horse and our colors are red and gold. I wanted to tie those two elements into the logo, and at first I couldn't think of anything, but this is what I eventually ended up with."

I flipped the drawing around so everyone could see it. I was pretty proud of it. It took me days to get everything to look right.

"I'm sorry Miss. Parker, the logo is lovely, but there has been something that has been done recently in the past."

I let my head down feeling embarrassed. The class went on as I totally blocked them out.

"Hey, I thought your logo was great. Mrs James is crazy not to use yours."

I looked up to see Austin. He sat across from me in class. He really never talked to me until today.

"Oh, well thanks." I spoke quietly.

After class ended, I quickly grabbed my stuff before heading out the east doors of the school.

I was almost at my car when I felt someone pull me back.

It was Austin.

"Did you not here me call you Adrienne?" I tried not to roll my eyes and put on my best fake smile.

"Sorry, did you need something?" I ignored his question and asked him one as I impatiently waited.

Austin smiled at me before he spoke.

"Ya, actually, there was something I wanted to ask you."

"And what may that be?" I questioned.

I watched as he nervously scratched the back of his neck—something I used to do a lot—and chew his lip.

"Do you wanna grab a coffee with me?" His cheeks went bright red from embarrassment.

I tried to think of a good excuse but I couldn't. He looked nice even though guys aren't my thing. Maybe I could hook Adrienne up with him since she doesn't even think of me as anything other then friends.

"Alright." I grabbed his arm and dragged him to my car.

"You will so not regret this." He spoke with a smile.

I laughed as I slipped my seatbelt.
"Will see."

I honestly had fun with Austin although I'm not interested in him. I only have eyes for one person.

"I had a great time with you Ad." Austin spoke as he stood beside me outside of my door room.

"You know what? So did I." I gave him a hug.

"We should do this again." He smiled. I nodded my head in agreement.

"Definitely." I pushed my key into the door before saying one last goodbye to Austin.

When I turned around, Austin wrapped his arms around my waist. I gave him an odd look but he ignored it as he dipped his head to kiss me.

I turned my head just in time so his lips landed on my cheek.

"Is something wrong?" He asked.

For one, I'm a dude. I have nothing wrong with gays and lesbians but I like girls. It didn't feel weird when I kissed Adrienne because it felt like I was kissing her, not myself.

Secondly, my feelings are to strong for Ad, so when I get out of her body I'll make sure she's mine.

"Austin," I started. "I had a great time tonight, and you're a great guy, but I think I like someone else."

Austin pulled his arms from my waist and took a step back.

"I'm sorry, I should've even tried. I hope this hasn't ruined our friendship."

"Don't worry about it."


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