Part of your game (Austin Mahone love story)

A new house, new school, new neighborhood. It's not so easy for Julia after her mom's death. She's forced to move to Texas taking care of her baby sister by herself at 17. At her new school is where she finds herself falling for a certain boy... Austin Carter Mahone.


1. ~Chapter 1~

I had to leave. I had no choice. My mom was killed in the earthquake. My father had gone missing shortly after my mom got pregnant. My little sister was all I had. Sofia Ross. They were going to take her away from me. She's going to turn 1 years old tomorrow. The day I dread most, not because Sofia is growing up, no, because tomorrow is the day that I have to start school in a new state, Texas. I had to come here, it's the only state that not one of my parents friends' would even think to look for me. They wanted to put Sofia up for adoption or give her to a foster home since I am only 17 but she's the only part of my parents I have left. My grandparents are long gone, and my aunts and uncles I've never even met. I read online that the school I am going to attend has a daycare for teens that have kids while they are still in high school. Probably so they can't use that as an excuse to drop out. I've been living here for 2 months now. I have a part time job, I make just enough to pay for a cheap, crappy apartment, and a basic cell phone. I go to the library to use the computers and internet, besides it's fun for Sophia to look at picture books. Maybe she will grow up to be one of those crazy smart kids! I just want her to have a good life and that is exactly what I am going to give her. I actually have quite a lot of money from my mom's bank account but I need that money to pay for things like gas for the car. That was how I got here, I just loaded the undamaged car with Sofia's crib parts, since I had to take it apart, her carrier thing, her diapers, baby food, and other small things for her, including her toys, anything that wasn't destroyed or lost in the earthquake. Lucky most of the expensive stuff wasn't. I packed most of my clothes that weren't lost, and some of my personal things. I had to get rid of my phone because I could not afford that if I was going to take care of my little sister alone. So, here I am, in Texas. My boss agreed to let me bring my baby sister to work with me after explaining my situation. I keep her in a baby chair behind the counter where I work. She watches in wonder and excitement as I clean, cook, and take orders.

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