Don't You Forget About Me (Pitch Perfect Fan Fic)

Beca and Jesse have been together since that phenomenal kiss they shared at the end of their freshman year at Barden University. When they were headed back to Barden for their sophomore year, they were caught in a wreck. It put Beca in a coma, tearing Jesse to pieces. The doctor said there is a slight chance she will awake but it is not likely, and if she does, the brain damage could cause her to lose her memories. Will Beca wake up? If so, will she remember the Bellas, or school, or most importantly, Jesse?

NOTE: this is on Wattpad as well. It's my book and my name for here is the same as my name for there, thank you!!!


14. You Again

*Beca’s P.O.V.*

“Blah blah, blah blah blah, blah blah blah, blah blah.” Is the only thing I can hear coming from the professor’s mouth.  I don’t care about school right now, I have more important things on my mind. For instance, my date tonight with Jesse, he wants this to be perfect. I haven’t been on a date since high school and honestly, I’m quite nervous.

 I was pulled from my thoughts when the professor yelled my name.

“Miss Mitchell, please wake up. You are drooling all over my desk.” The class snickered a little, immature dweebs.

“Right, sorry. You have my full attention, please proceed.” I said, careful not to let the professor catch the hint of sarcasm that quietly traced my voice.

“Thank you. Now, as I was saying……”


“Beca!!” I awoke from my nap to Fat Amy yelling at me. As my senses slowly came back to me I could make out the sound of my alarm clock. “How the h*ll can you sleep through that?’ she asked as I hit the dismiss button.

“I don’t know.”

“I mean, I know your brain is a little messed up right now but I didn’t think it was that messed up.” I rolled my eyes as I checked the time.

“Sh*it!!!” I yelled as I jumped out of my bed throwing my headphones across the room.

“Geez, Bec. Calm down.” Amy said when my headphones landed in her lap.

“Sorry but I’m late.” I said as I grabbed my jacket and ran out of the room.


I’m running out of breath as I weave through the hallways trying to reach the quad before I’m too late. I had just turned the corner, to the hallway that leads to the quad, when I felt a very firm chest hit me, sending me stumbling backwards.

“Sh*t.” I said as I tried to catch my balance. Suddenly, a hand wrapped around my wrist and my face hit that chest again as I was pulled back onto my feet.

“I’m so sorry, texting and walking isn't a skill of mine.” That voice sounded familiar but I just couldn't match a face to it. “Wait, Beca? Beca Mitchell?”

I looked up to a pair of beautiful blue eyes that I thought I would never see again.

“It’s Chad, Chad McCormick.”

“Right, Chad McCormick, the reason I stopped dating.” I said as I glanced down at his hand that was still wrapped around my wrist.

“Right, I’m really sorry about that.”

“Your apology is three years overdue.”

“Sorry.” He apologized again.

He stared into my eyes for a moment until I started to feel weird. I looked away from him and pulled my arm loose.

“So, I heard about your um, situation.” He started conversation when he caught the awkward drift.

“You mean my memory loss? Yeah, it’s a pain in m a*s. Look, it’s nice to see you again and all but I have a date to attend to.”

“Oh, you’re seeing someone.” He said almost questioningly.

“Sort of.”

“Is it that Jesse guy from the accident?”

“Yes but it won’t last much longer if I don’t get down there in the next three minutes.” I said trying to politely hurry him off.

“Before you go, wanna get lunch tomorrow?” I just looked at him. I just told him I’m seeing someone and now he’s asking me out on a date? “I mean to catch up. Not on a date or anything because that would be cheating.”

“And that’s more your speed.” I said, immediately wishing I could take it back when I saw a hint of pain flash through his eyes. “Um, yeah lunch is good, I eat lunch.” I said feeling awkward. I just want to dart.

“Great, so I’ll see you tomorrow.” He said and gave me a weak smile as he slid past me. I sighed and began running to the quad again.


I made it to the quad just in time to see Jesse start to head back to the dorms.

“Jesse.” I tried to yell but I was out of breath. I stopped running and took a minute to catch my breath. “Jesse!” I yelled. He stopped walking and turned to look at me. It was dark but the moon gave off just enough light to show off the smile that formed on Jesse’s beautiful face.

I fought away the smile on mine as he made his way to me.

“I was worried you weren't gonna come.” He said when he was standing in front of me.

“Sorry, I got a little held up.” I said, still trying to catch my breath. He smiled and, as if he read my mind, he handed me a bottle of water. "Thanks." I said as I opened the bottle and took big gulps.

"Wow. Did you just finish running a 5k or something?" he asked as I handed him bottle that is now 3/4 of the way empty.

I just shrugged my shoulders. He smiled as he finished off the bottle and threw it in the nearest trash can.

"Alright, you need to put this on." he said as he pulled something out of his pocket.

"I am not putting a blindfold on. There's nothing that you can say or do that will get that thing around my head." I said and folded my arms to show just how sincere I was.

He smiled at me. "Just put it on." he said as he began placing it on my eyes.

"But, I hate blindfolds. They're always used during secrets and surprises and, in case you've forgotten, I hate surprises. And walking around without sight is stupid. What if I run into a serial killer or..." I was cut off when I felt his lips lightly press against mine.

"Don't worry so much. I'm here and I'm not gonna let anything happen to you." he said and, though I can't see it, I just know he's smiling.

"Yeah, but you're still trying to surprise me." I said with a pouty voice. I heard him chuckle then felt his arm wrap around my back.

"Let's go." he said as he led me across the quad.

After a few minutes the car stopped and I heard Jesse's door open. Ten seconds later my door opened and Jesse was helping me out of the car. I can't really describe it to you because, you know, I'm a little blindfolded but I can tell you that we walked somewhere.

"Ok, ready?" he asked.

"It means this blindfold can come off, of course I'm ready." I said. I felt him fumble with the knot on the back of my head until the blindfold finally slid off my face. What I saw was so impeccable that I came to a loss of words.

There was a blanket spread across the ground and on it was a bottle of champagne cooling in a bucket of ice, beautiful flowers of all kinds in a vase in the middle of the blanket, little candles set at each corner of the blanket, a battery powered radio sitting at the edge of the blanket, a picnic basket full of food, and there were even rose pedals scattered all around the ground.

"Jesse, this is beautiful but you didn't have to go through all of this trouble for me." I said.

"Oh, but I did. I love you, Bec. I wish to show you just how much you mean to me and this is only the first step." he said then lightly kissed my temple. "Ready to eat?"

"Are you kidding? I was born to eat." he chuckled and held his arm out. I intertwined my arm with his and he led me over to the blanket and helped me sit down.

*Jesse's P.O.V.* 

It’s time for our date, finally, and I’m waiting for Beca in the quad. I check my watch, 7:05, she’s late. Maybe she just lost track of time or something. I waited for a little longer. After about five more minutes, she hasn’t arrived. I was afraid this would happen but that doesn’t make me any less disappointed. 
I sighed and started to walk back to my dorm. I guess she’s not going to come. I’m a few feet away from the entrance to the building when I hear a girl’s voice yell my name. I immediately turned around and saw Beca standing on the quad. The moon shining on her made her look more perfect than before and I couldn’t help the smile that formed on my face as I walk over to her.

“I was worried you weren’t gonna come.” I said when I was standing in front of her.

“Sorry, I got a little held up.” I noticed she was breathing fast, I guess she ran down here. I handed her my bottle of water and watched her drink it. A few drops of water escaped her mouth and trickled down her chin and I fought the urge to wipe them away.

“Wow. Did you just finish running a 5k or something?" I asked when she handed me my bottle of water that was now ¾ of the way empty.

She just shrugged her shoulders. I smiled as I finished off the bottle and threw it in the nearest trash can.

I pulled a blindfold out of my pocket and asked her to put it on. As expected, she refused then freaked out about it as I wrapped it around her head. She was going on about how dangerous it is and blah blah blah. I lightly pressed my lips against hers. She went quiet and lightly kissed back.

"Don't worry so much. I'm here and I'm not gonna let anything happen to you." I said with a smile.

"Yeah, but you're still trying to surprise me." She said with a pouty voice. I chuckled and wrapped my arm around her back.

“Let’s go.” I said and led her to my car.


After a few minutes I pulled up to where I had the date set up. I turned the engine off and took a glance at Beca before getting out of the car. I made my way around the car and opened the passenger door. I helped her out of the car and led her over to the date site.

“Ok, ready?” I asked.

"It means this blindfold can come off, of course I'm ready." She said. I chuckled then began untying the blindfold. I pulled it away from her face and her jaw dropped.

"Jesse, this is beautiful but you didn't have to go through all of this trouble for me." She said.

"Oh, but I did. I love you, Bec. I wish to show just how much you mean to me and this is only the first step." I said hen lightly kissed her temple. “Ready to eat?” I asked an obvious question and got an obvious answer.

"Are you kidding? I was born to eat." She said. I held my arm out and she intertwined hers with mine. I led her to the picnic blanket and helped her get seated.


About an hour later, the food is gone, the champagne bottle is empty and we are laying on the blanket just inches apart, admiring the stars.

“Look, there’s the big dipper.” I said pointing at the constellation the stars have formed.

“Yeah, it’s beautiful. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything more beautiful.” I turned my head to look at her.

“I have.” She turned her head to face me.

“You’re such a nerd.” She said with a smile.

“Yeah and you’re a weirdo, that’s why we work so well.” She chuckled then looked back up at the sky. I kept my eyes locked on her angelic face. I swear, this girl couldn’t look more perfect if she fell from heaven itself.

“Why are you staring at me?” she asked without taking her eyes off of the sky.

“I told you, you’re beautiful.” She looked at me again and smiled at her.

“You are so cheesy.”

“The lines are cheesy, not me.” She let out an airy giggle and I slowly scooted closer to her. “They’re working aren’t they?”

“Yes, they are.” She answered as I pressed my forehead against hers. I saw her eyes flicker to my lips then back up to my eyes. She began to scoot closer until her lips rested against mine.

*Beca’s P.O.V.*

I don’t know if it was the champagne flowing through my system or just the way the moon shined perfectly on Jesse’s face, either way, I was being drawn to him. At first, I tried to fight it but then he kept scooting closer to me. I could feel his body heat radiating off of him and onto me and I couldn’t fight it any longer. I scooted closer to him until I was close enough for my lips to rest on his.

I let them sit there for a moment, enjoying the feel of his lips against mine. Then, taking a bold move, I slid my lips over his. He moved his in perfect unison with mine, keeping the kiss soft and sweet.

It felt so right, yet, it felt so wrong. I reluctantly pulled away and sat up. He cleared his throat and sat up as well. He began packing everything into his picnic basket then looked at me.

“Ready to go?” he asked.

“Go? Go where?”

“This date isn’t over yet.” He said with a smirk then stood up. “Come on.” He said then stuck his hand out toward me. I eyed him for a moment then grabbed his hand.

I watched as he stuck the basket and blanket in the back of his car then locked the doors. He offered me his arm and I took it.


We are walking through the park, enjoying the quiet. It’s really romantic with the light creating little shadows that dance across the night sky and the faint sound of music playing off in the distance. We haven’t spoken as we are just enjoying the company of each other.

“This has been an amazing night, Bec.” Jesse broke the silence as we doubled back to the car.

“Yeah, it really has.” I agreed. “We should do this again.”

“Tomorrow?” he asked.

“Sure, I can do dinner.” I said.

“I’m having dinner with my family tomorrow. How about lunch?”

“I can’t, I’m having lunch with a guy from high school.” I felt him tense a little but he didn’t freak out. “It’s just to catch up, Jess, don’t worry.”

“I wasn’t worried. So this guy, did you date him?” I laughed a little as I heard the envy in his voice.

“Yes but trust me, there’s nothing between us. We didn’t end things on very good terms.” He loosened up a little.

“Oh, can I ask what happened?”

“He cheated on me with my best friend.” He was quiet for a minute.

“He’s stupid. I wouldn’t give you up for anyone.”

“You haven’t seen this friend.”

“Doesn’t matter, there is absolutely no one in the world that can even compare to you.”

“That’s sweet but you don’t have to say that. I know this must be a lot to deal with, the memory loss and all. Everyone can compare to me and they will exceed your expectations.” He suddenly stopped walking and turned me to face him.

“Don’t you get it, Bec? I don’t give a d*mn about your memory loss. As far as I can see, you are the prettiest woman I have ever seen in my life and there is absolutely nobody that can replace you. You are the one for me. I know those memories are still there and I will do anything I have to do to get them to resurface. I know you can’t remember this Bec, but I love you and I know you love me and together, we can get through this and be happy once and for all.” I was speechless, the only thing I could do was smile. He smiled back then, instead of intertwining our arms, he laced his fingers with mine.

“So, breakfast then?” I asked returning to our earlier conversation.

 “Sounds great.” He said then lead me back to the car.

"So I'll see you in the morning." I said as we approached the door to my dorm.

"Yeah, see ya then." he said then shoved his hands in his pockets.

"Until then, good night."


I stood there awkwardly for a moment, contemplating what to do for what seemed like hours but, in reality, was only a few seconds. I slowly stepped toward him and lightly kissed him on the cheek.

"Good night." I said again then headed into my room.

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