Unplanned Love. [A Justin Bieber Love Story]

Sometimes feelings are unplanned...

Makayla "Kaylie" Chapman was expecting a normal trip to California with her family to visit her aunt and grandma this summer. However, she finds herself being pulled into the famous world with the popular superstar Justin Bieber and his friends, the people who Kaylie can't stand.


1. Chapter 1




"Thank God, today is the last day of school," Gabriella Stoneman said before grabbing a carrot from her small white bowl on her cafeteria lunch tray and took a bite of it. "This year was so, so, so boring." She added and rolled her eyes right after.

"Yeah, I totally agree with you." Victoria Quinns said as she lifted her eyes from her phone's screen  to look at Gabriella before going back to texting to the person who is talking to her through texts.

"Oh, come on, guys! This year wasn't totally boring!" Elisabeth Kenneth said, looking at Gabriella and Victoria, who groaned quietly, but Lizzy didn't notice because she would get offended if she saw her friends groan quietly every time she doesn't agree with something they say.

"Lizzy is right; this year wasn't totally boring." Ariel Kenneth agreed with her sister, and Gabriella looked at her with a look that said, 'Oh, really?' before popping another carrot in her mouth and glancing at the brunette Morgana Ried, who paid no attention to any of us. It made me roll me eyes.

"What about that party we went to a few months ago?" Ariel looked from me to Gabriella to Victoria and back again. She didn't spare a glance at Morgana, because she knew Morgana didn't even give a shit. To be honest, I didn't give a shit either. I just pretended to. It kind of amused me when they thought I did. Sincerely.

Gabriella shot Ariel a look. "What happened it, Ariel?" she replied to Ariel's question with another question and I didn't bother to listen to what Ariel answered with next because I lost myself in my thoughts.

Before I forget, which I do on a occasion, my name is Makayla Chapman, but my friends and family call me Kaylie Chapman or Rose, which is my middle name. You may call me Kaylie. Anyways, I'm seventeen years old, almost eighteen and I'm a junior in high school. I have light blue eyes and light brown hair. I have a oval shaped face and perfectly white teeth.

I brush my teeth, unlike other people.

Some people think I'm popular in school because I'm pretty and I have a nice shaped body. My friends and family think that too. But to me, I'm just a ordinary girl who has a nice body and doesn't eat food every hour because I'm depressed or just plain bored. To me, honestly, I look like a runway model.

I was soon brought out of my thoughts by the school bell ringing. I sighed and grabbed my tray, which was still filled with the lunch I never ate, and stood up, followed by my friends, and walked over to the trash can. As I tossed my food into the trash, I head male voices from my right and I sighed.

I will be honest with you, the male voices I heard to my right are the voices I try to avoid every single day and I'm also thankful today is the last day of school because for the entire summer I can avoid them. Completely.

As I placed the tray in the bucket beside the trash can and straightened, a arm flung around my shoulders and hung there lazily, and I heard the voice speak up, which made me groan quietly.

"Man, I haven't seen you in forever, Kay-Kay. Where have you been?'

I glanced at the handsome face of my ex-boyfriend and faked a smile. "Around, Eric." I replied, and I saw out of the corner of my left eyes, Gabriella was glaring at the arm flung around my shoulders.

Eric Armstrong was the man who ruined my life and made me the laughing stock of middle school. I hated him for embarrassing me in front of my crush, my friends and the entire school by telling everyone that I still slept with a teddy bear because I broke up with him.

Even though it was years ago, I still despise him till this day.

Why was Gabriella glaring at the arm flung around my shoulders? Well, that's a funny thing; she despises him too. All my friends do.

"Well, I haven't seen you around." he replied, looking at me with a fake pout on his pathetic face, and I nearly punched him in the face, but I just ignored the urge to do that. So, instead, I pouted too. "I'm sorry, Eric." I said with a fake sad voice. "I've been very busy." I added. Yeah, I'm been very busy avoiding your pathetic ass, I thought, but I kept that to myself.

"Eric, I think she's lying." another familiar male voice piped in and I glanced over at Eric's posy and raised my eyebrow at Tyler. Before I could say anything to him, Morgana spoke up, and the voice she used was deadly calm and sweet. That voice scared the living shit out of me. I'm not even joking.

"Eric, darling, take your arm off my best friend's shoulders and get the hell away from her." She gave Eric a deadly sweet smile when he glanced over at her, but her eyes held killer. I watched Eric slowly raise his arm from my shoulders and step back away from me. I almost laughed at the frightened expression that showed on his face when he looked at Morgana.

To be honest, I was scared of Morgana when she used the deadly voice and killer look she had in her gorgeous brown eyes even though I knew Morgana since first grade. I knew all my friends since first grade. We went to the same school every grade, we were in the same classes and we stuck up for each other whenever one of us was in trouble.

We were known as the deadly clique. Nobody really messed with us, especially Morgana and Gabriella. They were the scariest.

"Good boy." Morgana said with a sweet smile toward Eric, and Gabriella, Victoria, Ariel and Elisabeth couldn't help but burst into laughter. The boys in Eric's crew couldn't help themselves either and burst into laughter, but stopped immediately when Eric shot them a glare. I didn't bother to hide my smirk, either did my friends.

"Now that you obeyed Morgana, have a cookie." Ariel said and grabbed a cookie from her tray and walked over to Eric, holding out her hand to him with the chocolate chip cookie. Eric shot her a deadly glare, but Ariel didn't feel bothered by it and kept holding her hand out. My ex-boyfriend grabbed the cookie and dropped it to the ground in between Ariel and him and crushed it with his foot while still glaring at the red headed sweetheart. I rolled my eyes.

Ariel fake pouted at Eric, her bottom lip trembling. "That was my last cookie." she sighed and pointed a accused finger at him. "Bad boy." she said, fake glaring with fake tears filling her gorgeous light green eyes. We all watched as Eric snapped his fingers as he turned and began storming out of the cafeteria. His friends glared at us as they followed after him and we gave them all smirks. After they left the cafeteria, I looked at my friends and they looked at me, and after a few seconds of staring at each other, we all burst into a fit of laughter before walking out of the cafeteria and heading toward our last class for the entire summer.


After our last class, my friends and I grabbed all our school books from our lockers and made our way out of the school building and across the parking lot to Morgana's shining and polished expensive black Hummer, which was parked underneath the shade of a tree; we all climbed in after she unlocked it and I sat in the back  with Victoria, Ariel and Elisabeth while Gabriella sat in the passenger seat. I sat in between Victoria and Ariel while Elisabeth sat on her sister's lap. The Hummer's black windows were tinted so nobody could see in, but we could see out. We listened to and song out loud Jake Miller's new song Dazed and Confused all the way to Ariel and Elisabeth's street. When that song ended, another song came on right after and Gabriella, Victoria, Morgana and I groaned when we heard who was singing the song. Ariel and Elisabeth were the only ones who were excited about the song. They sung it out loud and I had to cover my ears because I couldn't stand the person singing.

Justin Bieber. Even his name made me despise him even more.

Ariel and her sister were the only ones who were fans of the famous and popular Hollywood singer. They thought he was super hot, but I think he's a billionaire who is arrogant and gets whatever he wants. He has fans who drool over him and it is really pathetic. I hate the guy. He is not hot and has too much of a baby face.

Halfway through the song, the rapping part by Ludacris came on and Ariel began to sing it. And let me be honest with you, she was awesome with copying the rapping parts in songs. I'm not even joking. I looked at her as she sung the part, her eyes were closed as she repeated every word. Victoria, Elisabeth and Gabriella watched her too, and Morgana glanced at Ariel through the rear view mirror every few seconds.

"Luda! When I was thirteen, I had my first love.

There was nobody that compared to my baby.

And nobody came between us or could ever come above.

She had me going crazy, oh, I was star-struck,

She woke me up daily, don't need no Starbucks.

She made my heart pound, it skipped a beat when I see her in the street and

At school on the playground but I really wanna see her on the weekend.
 She knows she got me dazing cause she was so amazing
 And now my heart is breaking but I just keep on saying..."

And when she was done with Ludacris' version, she and her sister started singing Justin's part of the song and I caught Morgana's eyes as they glanced me in the rear view mirror and I raised an eyebrow at her, buffed out my cheeks and made myself look like a fish. Morgana shook her head with a smile and pulled her concentration on the road as she turned onto Ariel and Elisabeth's street.  I smiled and glanced out the windows and watched as Ariel and Elisabeth's neighbors' houses passed by as Morgana's hummer drove down the street. When we arrived at their house, Morgana parked in front of their long black concrete driveway and they got out of the car, and as they walked up their driveway, they turned and waved. We waved back and they began to run up toward their house as Morgana pulled away from the crib. After we dropped Gabriella off at her house, which was on the street behind Ariel and Elisabeth's street, Morgana waited until I climbed into the passenger seat before driving toward Victoria's house. As we drove, Victoria, Morgana and I talked about what we were going to do for the summer.

"What are you going to do for the summer, Vic?" Morgana asked as we stopped at a red light and she glanced at Victoria through the rear view mirror, and Victoria rolled her eyes slightly.

"I have to work with my uncle at the shop this summer," she answered and she closed her eyes, leaning the back of her head against the back rest. Morgana nodded her head a little and glanced at the light, which was moving in the light breeze that made the leaves on the trees sway slightly.

Victoria's family was pretty rich, but Victoria hated when people thought she was spoiled brat who got whatever she wanted.  didn't blame her because I wouldn't want to be known as that either. Her father owns three motels in the town along with three hotels while her uncle owns four antique shops. It amazes me how many antiques Uncle Jackson, Victoria's uncle, has in all four shops. Her uncle makes me call him Uncle Jackson, or Uncle Jacky, because if he never made me, I'd call him Mr. Drake.

He makes Gabriella, Morgana, Ariel and Elisabeth call him that too. I don't know why.

I stared out the window as I began to think of what I was going to do for the summer. I might go swimming or hike a few miles toward the meadow behind my house with my younger sister, Jalina, and my golden retriever, Bailey. I had to think about it when I got home. After we dropped off Victoria, Morgana drove me home as well. We talked and laughed all the way to my house and when we arrived, I reached over and gave Morgana a hug before climbing out and waving as Morgana drove off. She beeped in return before disappearing around a corner, heading toward her home. I went up my also long and black concrete driveway. As I got halfway up my driveway, I spotted my mother's red BMW parked in front of the garage and raised my eyebrows. I was surprised she was home early.

I made my way across my newly cut glassy front yard and entered my house, slipping out of my flaps by the door and walking down the hallway silently, but as I neared the living room, Bailey greeted me by jogging out of a room with his tail wagging and his tongue hanging out. I bent down with a smile and laughed when Bailey lifted his head up and licked my face in greeting. "Hi, Bailey." I said before straightened and stepping into the kitchen with Bailey following after me. I paused when I saw my mother standing by the sink, a cup of some kind of liquid cupped in both her hands. She lifted her head up when she heard me enter and smiled.

"Hi, baby." she said, looking at me. "How was your last day of school?"

"It was okay." I replied, taking a seat at the dinning room table and looking at her. "You're home early. Usually you get out at nine tonight."

My mother, Mary Chapman, nodded in agreement with me. "Yeah, I was suppose to, but..." she let out a sigh. "Your aunt Marie called me today at work."

I raised my eyebrows, but said nothing. I stood up from the table and walked to the fridge, opened the door and grabbed a can of Orange soda and turned back to face my mother, kicking the door closed with my heel and opening the can with a loud click. "Why did Aunt Marie call you at work?" I asked as I took a sip of my orange soda.

My mother took a sip of the liquid in her cup before answering my question. "She wants the family to come visit her and Grandma for the summer." she looked at me.

"That's why she called you at work?" I shook my head when my mother nodded, and I took another sip of my drink in silence before asking her another question. "So, are we going?"

"I don't know. I have to ask your father."

I nodded. "Where's Kylie?"

"In her room, playing with her dolls."

"How was work?"

"It was surprising okay." she replied and I nodded again, looking around the kitchen before looking back at her.

"I'm going to my room." I said, and after I got a nod, I left the kitchen and made my way up to my room. When I entered my room, I placed my can on my nightstand and crawled on my bed, burying my face in the pillows as I thought, Oh, bed, how I missed you.

Within five minutes, I was out.

And my last thought before I fell asleep was...


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