Love Me {A Liam Payne Fanfiction}

"Liam you can't be here, it's the girl's dorm." I gasped as I saw his figure come closer to my bed.
"Shhhhh, love" He soothed. I didn't want to listen, I wanted him out, but for some reason, I felt as if I needed him to stay.
"Liam why-"
"Shhhh it's okay." He slowly slipped into my bed, and came up close to me. I felt his bulge through his boxers, on my left leg.
"You can't be here." I said, trying to keep myself from wanting him, though as he kissed my forehead, it made it impossible to say no.
"You know you want me to stay," He mumbled, as he embraced me into his arms.

*Keep in note that this is while One Direction is together, this fan fiction is a bit mature, but nothing too bad, enjoy!*


3. Leaving

Chloe's Point of View

"Thank you Lisa for doing my hair and makeup, even though I was capable of doing it myself. Do you want breakfast before we go?" I asked, grabbing my suitcases and bags, to bring downstairs. 

"Nah, I think we should catch something on the way there, besides, it's only 7:00am, let's just stop somewhere while we're driving." She replied, as she put her makeup case and such back into one of our many bags. I'm so lucky we're going to college together, we'd never be able to live without each other. 

As we arrived downstairs, my dad appeared on the couch, with his newspaper. "Good morning daddy." I said as I walked up to him for a hug. Once I pulled out of his big bear hug he asked, "Are you two girls leaving already? It seems like just yesterday I was changing your diapers, and cleaning up all of your toys!"

"Dad, that was such a long time ago!" I loved my dad, I was always a daddy's girl. My dad got up from the couch and walked over to Lisa. "Lisa you look absolutely lovely today, I will miss you as well." He turned back so he was facing both of us. His face then became serious.

"Girls, I just want you to make good decisions, you two are both smart, popular, and talented girls, and one decision could change everything, so just please, make good decisions."

I looked over to Lisa and she smiled at me, so I said, "Dad we promise we will make you happy. I love you!" My dad chuckled and embraced both of us in a huge hug saying, "I really will miss you too."

"And so will I." said my mother walking into the living room from the kitchen. She continued, "But you girls really have to get going. Chris, will you please take Lisa out and pack the car up? I need to speak to Chloe real quick." My dad quickly nodded, and him and Lisa grabbed as many of our bags as possible and headed to the car. My mum sat down on the couch, so I did the same. 

She faced me and said, "When I went off to college when I was a little girl, your grandmother gave this to me." And as she said that, she pulled out a beautiful ring. It was a dark sapphire stone in the middle, and around it were old, but shiny diamonds. The ring was silver and beautiful, especially for how old it must be. I gasped as she put the ring on my right ring finger. It was am amazingly beautiful ring, and I was already in love with it.

"This ring is very old, and very important to our family. I'm actually supposed to give it to you on your wedding day, but I'm just so proud of you and I want you to have it now. The sapphire stands for true love, and the little diamonds around it stand for security, as in true love will always be stable. That's what you need to know. True love is always to be stable. And that's my love for you." My eyes watered when she finished. This was absolutely beautiful, and my mum has never been this loving with me. I was just so speechless.

"It fits you perfectly. Now go on, we must help them with the luggage." She said, getting up from the couch. She offered her hand, and I happily took it and when I stood, I hugged her really tight. My mum has never been this sincere with me. Ever. 

I pulled away and said, "Thank you mum." She smiled and I noticed her eyes watering up. I smiled back at her to assure her that it's all okay and that she has nothing to worry about. 

I began helping Lisa with our luggage, and before we knew it, we were getting into the car, saying our last goodbyes to our parents, until December. I blew one last kiss out of the passenger side, as Lisa drove away.

"Are you sure you don't wanna say bye to your parents again?" I asked as she began driving further out of our small town.

"No, they wouldn't care probably, hungry?" She changed the subject quickly. Sometimes I feel bad for her, with her parents not the most caring and all. But she smiles through it all, even when I know things deserve to be different for her.

We stopped at a nearby bakery and we bought a few things to eat. Once we ate, I moved my seat back, and fell into a peaceful slumber.

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