Fighting For You

Sequel to Falling For Hood

Calum is on a 6 month tour with his band, 5 Seconds of Summer. Helen is still in Australia, trying to keep their relationship alive. With Calum gone, Helen feels like she's in hell without him. What will happen when the two start to get reckless? Calum has his bandmates for help and support, but Helen, she has no one. Will Calum and Helen survive the 6 months? Or will they break their promises to each other?

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Helen Hood


25. Chapter 25 : The Greek Family

Helen's POV


"Who are the neighbors?" Logan asked.


"Look," he pointed out the window. I peered out and saw one of those trucks that help you move your stuff. 

"House's been empty for a couple weeks now," I said. "The Jackson family move out and now I guess these new people are moving in."

"Must be rich," Logan said.

"How could you tell?" I asked.

"Look at those cars!  You got a Mercedes, Mustang, and BMW. Who knows what other cars they have!" 

"I can't see," I complained. The window didn't give a very good view of the neighbor's yard. 

"Do you have a roof door?" Logan asked.

"Yea," I replied.

"We'd probably get a better view from there," he said.

"Lets go!" I turned and sprinted up the stairs. I ran through the hall with Logan behind me. After swinging he door open and running up yet another set of stairs, I reached the top.

I pushed the hatch open and climbed onto the roof. Logan groaned behind me.

"Good?" I asked.

"Yea," He mumbled. 

I went to the edge and peered over. Logan soon joined me. We were laying on our stomachs and our fingers were wrapped around the edge of the roof. 

I saw the door to the Mercedes open and a man stepped out. His dirty blonde hair was perfectly styled with no hair out of place. He wore a simple white shirt and denim jeans. 

"Christian Gray, I have found you," Logan said next to me. 

I laughed. The guy was handsome. But a businessman handsome. You could tell he's from the world of office buildings and  fancy suits. 

The man walked over to the BMW and opened the driver's door. A woman stepped out and kissed his cheek. 

He wrapped his arm around her waist as he closed the door for her. The woman was beautiful. Her light brown hair flowed down her back and fell around her shoulders. 

And that must be his Anastasia. 

"I swear they're a couple of Gods," I muttered.

"What?" Logan asked.

"Look, you got Zeus," I pointed to the guy. "Hera," The girl. 

Suddenly the door to the Mustang opened and a second boy came out. 

"GODDAMN," Logan moaned next to me. 

"And that's Apollo," I said.

"I swear those parents made a deal with the devil to make that boy," Logan said.

I laughed. 

The passenger's door opened, a little boy came out.

"Another one?" Logan asked.

"That's Hermes," I said.

"This family cannot be real. The dad is hot, the mom is hot, the son is hot and the other son, well he's a small adorable."

I nodded in agreement. The little brother was cute, but a baby cute. 

"Lets go greet them," Logan said.

"No! We're gonna look like those weird neighbors that bakes pies and gives them to anyone new in the cul-de-sac," I exclaimed. 

"Ugh, fine," Logan mumbled. 

"How do you like the new house, boys?" The woman asked her two sons.

"It's great Mom," the little boy said.

"Yea, I'm ready for a fresh new start," the older one said.

"Okay, well go in and choose your room," The Dad said.

The two boys raced inside to choose their rooms. Before walking inside, the parents locked lips and soon were inside their new home. 

"Okay, lets go back inside," I said. 

"No, lets wait for a while," Logan said.

"Why?" I asked.

"Just do it," he insisted. 

I huffed and continued to look below me.  As the time went by, the sun got hotter. 

After what seemed like hours of waiting, the new neighbors finally came out. The Dad went to the moving truck and opened the back door. 

It revealed all they had from wherever they came from. One by one, they started grabbing boxes and carrying them inside. 

We watched them carry their packages in the house, and emerge again with empty arms. 

"Helen go introduce yourself," Logan nudged my arm. 

"Why should I?" I asked.

"Because, it'd be good to get to know the neighbors," he replied. 

"No," I mumbled.

"Can I see your phone?" He asked.

I pulled it out and have it to him. He was fiddling with it but I was busy looking at the new neighbors. 

I heard a small click.

"What'd you do?" I asked and looked at him. 

Suddenly Logan threw his phone from the roof. It landed on the grass below us with a small thud.

"Why'd you do that?" I asked slightly shocked.

"Now you're gonna have to introduce yourself," he said.

"Why, that wasn't my phone," I said.

"Or was it?" 

I looked at him an he was waving his black phone in front of my face. I snapped my head below me and realized that Logan put his phone case on mine. 

I gasped, "You little-" I didn't finish and got up and ran downstairs. Hopefully my phone isn't cracked. I ran down another set of stairs and swung the front door open. I lunged myself to the grass and hurriedly picked my phone off the ground. 

I quickly examined it and gratefully, it wasn't cracked. I sighed in relief.  Before I can go back inside and beat the living daylights out of Logan for scaring me like that, I heard a voice.


I froze and turned to the mystery voice. It was the new neighbor. 

"Hi," I said.

"My name's Tyler Evans," he said and stuck his hand out before flashing me a brilliant white smile.

I reluctantly walked over and shook it, "Helen Hemmings." 

"Beautiful name."

 "So where'd you move from?" I asked, dodging the compliment he just gave me.

"Florida," he replied.

I nodded.


"California," I replied.

"I see we've got a California Girl."

I laughed nervously. 

Tyler had his Mother's light brown hair, it was messy and somewhat quiffed. His eyes are emerald green and brilliant. He had striking good looks. He wore a simple black muscle shirt and faded denim jeans. 

Damn, he was good looking.

Shut the fuck up Helen, I told myself. Think of Calum, think of Calum. This boy is nothing compared to Calum. 

After regaining my senses, I spoke up. "Why did you move here? West of Sydney and all, this just doesn't seem like you're kind of place."

"My dad was offered a job and of course wherever he goes, we go," Tyler replied. "What about you?"

"I missed Sydney and my family," I replied.

"Is your phone okay?" Logan asked from behind.

I turned and glared at him. "Yes it's fine, but if you ever pull a stunt like that again, you're dead." 

"Yea, yea, whatever you say Mighty Mouse," Logan said. 

"Siblings?" Tyler asked.

Logan and I burst out laughing, "No, we're best friends," I say.

"Oh Tyler have you made friends?" The woman asked. 

"Yea Mom," Tyler replied. 

The woman approached us, she looked even more beautiful up close. Her light skin was flawless under the Sun's touch. Her eyes were like Tyler's. 

She smiled and revealed perfect, white  teeth. 

"I'm Lucy Evans," she said and stuck her hand out. I shook it.

"Helen Hemmings and this is Logan Rodgers," I say and nudge Logan's arm.

"Pleasure," he said.

The Father and the other son soon joined. 

"Jack Evans," the Dad said.

"I'm Johnny," the little boy said. 

I smiled. 

"Well, we really have to go," I interrupted.

"No we don't," Logan said.

"Yes, we do," I insisted and started pushing Logan away from the fence.

"Nice meeting you," Lucy said.

"Nice meeting you too," I replied and scurried back to my house. 

I close the door.

"DID YOU SEE TYLER?!" Logan exclaimed.

I nodded.

"Oh my Jesus," Logan moaned.

I laughed, "You know they can probably hear you."

"I don't give a fuck."

I laughed some more but it soon wavered. Something tells me this new neighbor is gonna be a problem in my relationship with Calum.

Let the games begin.

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