She's Not Afraid.

about a girl named Audrey, who has been abused most of her life. one day Harry finds her beaten up in the park and takes care of her. she doesn't really like him at first, but she begins to trust him, and starts to like him, but does he like her as much as she likes him?


43. Chapter 43

Harry's POV

The next morning, I decided to get up early and go for a walk to clear my mind for a bit. I got dressed, grabbed a snack and some water from the kitchen and headed off. I made my way over to the local park. So many events have happened here. I looked around, and I could see the tree Audrey was at when we first found her, beaten up and away getting away from her dad. I spotted the place where Audrey saw Miranda kiss me. And I noticed the sidewalk where the whole feud with her dad happen. I was looking back on everything, realizing how much this park had changed my life, how much has happened here. 

I walk around and relax a bit on the benches, taking in my surroundings. Not really anyone was here since it was so early, so I was just listening to the random sounds of nature. Being here just made me think over everything that has happened. There are a lot of things I said and did that I wish I didn't say or do. I still haven't lost the thought of Audrey getting a coma being my fault. If she hadn't been mad at me that day, she would have been with me instead of out walking. I let out a sigh and leaned my head against the back of the bench I was sitting on and closed my eyes for a while.

An hour or two later I decided to head home. It was almost 7am, so I wasn't surprised when no one was awake yet when I got home. My mum and Audrey have been sleeping till 8 or 9am lately, depending on what we did that day before. It had been humid outside, so I was a bit sweaty, so I decided to take a quick shower to cool off. Once I finished, I turned the water off and changed into some comfortable clothes. I walked out of my room and stopped when I heard my mum and Audrey talking in the living room. I began to listen to their conversation, even though I know I shouldn't. This is probably the third time I've listened in on a conversation Audrey was having with someone, but I couldn't help it. 

"Do you know anything?" I heard her ask.

Of course she was asking that, she just couldn't let it go. I knew she wasn't going to stop asking everyone she could until she got an answer. I didn't understand why she was so focused on figuring this out. Should I just tell her? I mean I probably should. But something was telling me not too, and to just wait till a different time to tell her.


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