Amazing Chemistry

17 year old Victoria has been placed into a lot of foster homes since she was born. When the time comes to move again, she starts living with the Lakery's. Their older son, Jason doesn't seem to care about Victoria. But soon, they develope a un-describable love that nobody will be able to foget. Watch two teenagers fall in love, but will they get through all the obsticles invading their love?

Read Amazing Chemistry to find out.


24. Chapter Twenty Two

Oh my god. I'm so so sorry for not updating for FOREVER!!! I've been horribly busy with school, and I wasn't really focusing on this story that much. But I promise I will end this story with giving the final chapters my best. I'm so sorry!!


Victoria's POV:


''Vic?''I heard Hayley call from outside my room before opening the door.

I set my book down and faced her.

''I found this on the carpet, it must've fallen out from your suitcase or something, but it's written for you,''she said, handing me a letter.

Funny thing was, I didn't remember seeing or packing a letter into any of my things. I accepted the letter from her hand, feeling curiosity fill me as Hayley let me do this on my own and closed the door after leaving.

I opened the letter and began reading.

Dear Victoria,


I know you don't know who I am anymore and you're probably never going to read this letter, either. But I'm still writing it, I need to get my feelings out because they're killing me. Before the whole accident that happened, you were in love with me. And I was in love with you. In fact, I'm still in love with you. But I know you don't remember me and will never remember me, that's why I'm telling you all this now to get it off my chest. It killed me seeing you with Casey. I wanted to be the one you came to when you needed help, just like a couple of months ago, when I was your everything and you were mine. All of that aside, I just want you to be happy. And as much as it hurts me seeing you with Casey, I know he can make you happy and that's all that has ever mattered to me. I love you, Victoria. I've never stopped loving you and I never will. Thank you for giving me the love I had longed for my whole life. Thank you for loving me for me, not for who I wanted to be. You will always hold a special place in my heart. I love you.




I felt tears streaming down my cheeks before I could stop them. I folded the letter back together and squeezed my eyes shut. Suddenly, my head started pounding like thousands of needles had attacked it at once. Images flashed through my mind, images of me and Jason together, and I couldn't make them stop. The throbbing in my head became more severe, and I didn't realize I was on the ground, holding my head in my hands and desperately wanting the pain to stop. And then it did. Nothing but darkness surrounded me.


Jason's POV:


I searched for my phone just about everywhere, but I couldn't find it and was certain that Dan had taken it. I was frustrated. In fact, frustrated couldn't actually describe what I was feeling. I had to get out of this god damned place but I didn't know how to. Dan had a gun, and I knew he would have no mercy on me if I attempted running away.

Speaking of the devil, Dan stepped inside with an ugly smirk curved on his lips.

''How are we doing, lover boy?''he questioned, and I saw my phone in his pocket, and instanly came up with a plan in my head.

Instead of answering him, I grabbed the gun from the table faster than he could react, and I held it with my two hands, pointing it at him.

''Put my phone down,''I ordered him, and I could see anger flood his eyes as his fists clenched and every muscle in his body tightened.

He slowly set my phone down and held his hands up, but he was smarter than me. He was always one step ahead of me. I felt a stab in my stomach before I went down, and entered a world of pure darkness.


Victoria's POV:


I couldn't think about anything else other than him when I rushed out of my room. When I arrived downstairs, I saw Casey sitting on a kitchen stool speaking to Hayley and my heart fell to my chest. He never used to make me feel this way, but I felt unsafe in his presence recently. I didn't have time to think of him right now and I grabbed my jacket.

''Where are you going?''Casey asked, standing up and walking towards me, which already made me want to leave the building even faster.

''I have to be somewhere,''I said quickly before shutting the door behind me and getting in my car. The engine roared to life and I began driving, which made me feel anxious since it was the first time in months I'd driven again, but I didn't really care.

All I saw was him. Memories came back faster than I could manage them, and tears pooled in my eyes as I continued driving. I saw all of it. I saw him kissing me, I felt the feelings I hadn't felt in so long. Tears streamed down my cheeks as I parked my car in front of the first place I could ever call my home.

My hands shook uncontrollably as I knocked on the front door. I squeezed my eyes shut, to try to make the memories stop. It was becoming too much for me to handle.

She opened the door, but her eyes were wet with tears and my heart began beating faster.

''Where is he?''is all I could say through my blurred vision and Kath shook her head, trying to regain control of the sobs coming out of her mouth.

''He's in the hospital.''




My head was in my hands, sobs shaking my body. Kath's arms were around me, but I felt like the loneliest person in the whole world. He could die. I could lose him forever, and it's all my fault.

This was my punishment for ever beginning to communicate with Dan. If I'd never spoken to him, none of this would have happened. I would have never lost my memory and Jason would be safe, not in a hospital bed attached to machines. All I felt was guilt in my body, and I soon began to feel sick. I gulped down a water bottle, and thankfully it left soon after.

''Family of Jason Lakery?''a voice I'd been dying to hear for more than ten hours.

I shot up quicker than I knew possible, and Kath responded for the three of us.

''He's stable, but we can't determine if he's going to wake up,''his words were like a shot to my heart, and I had to take in a deep breath to not collapse on the floor.

As soon as the doctor's eyes landed on me, he said: ''It's a matter of time. But I'm not going to promise you that he's going to wake up,''he said sympathetically and I just nodded my head in return, not being able to get a single word out of my mouth.

''Can we see him?''Tom asked.

''Yes, but only one at a time.''

Kath's eyes met mine and she flashed me a small smile before stepping aside to let me go first. I smiled back, thankful that she was letting me go first. I counted every step up till room 108. My hand shook as I opened the door, and all of the air washed out of my lungs when I saw him.

His eyes were closed, and his face looked so peaceful, almost as if he was just in a deep sleep, not fighting for his life. He had so many tubes attatched to him that it made me swallow the lump down forming in my throat.

I sat down on the chair next to him and took his cold, limp hand in mine. I brought it up to my lips, that were wet due to the amount of my tears, but I kissed his knuckles anyway.

''I'm so sorry,''I whispered over and over, crying on his chest, careful not to touch the bandage on his low abdomen. The machines remained their steady rythm, and the sound was a pain to my heart. He had to open his eyes.

I crawled in the bed beside him carefully, and cried into his neck.


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