The Bad Boy's Reputation

Two completely opposite people; Natalia Grey the school nerd, teacher's pet. She's a big sister and role model. She believes in love at first sight. She wants the fairytale love, the one where you find your prince and live happily ever after.

Jason Summers the school bad boy, player and football player. He does what he wants, when he wants. It's his way or no way. He's the type of guy who doesn't date, doesn't believe in love nor wants it.

Talia only sees one side of Jason and that's his bad boy side; the jerk. Jason only sees one side of Talia and that's her nerdy side; geeky glasses and pulled back hair.

What happens when these two completely opposite teens are forced to see each and talk to each other every single day? What happens when the two teenagers realize there's more to the story than meets the eye? Will their opinions change? Find out in The Bad Boy's Reputation.


15. Chapter Fifteen

Natalia's POV

Jason moved my hair out of my face, as I propped my head on my hand. "Good morning." I smiled.

"Good morning." He replied, kissing me.

"What are we doing today?"

"Unfortunately, we have school." I sighed, and threw the blankets off of me.

Jason's shirt hung on my thighs, as I moved around the room. I pulled on my pants from yesterday and buttoned them up. "Is someone here?"

"Not that I know of, why?"

"Your mom is talking to someone."

Jason threw on a shirt and pants, then took my hand in his. "If she let another stranger in the house." He sighed, as we made our way down the stairs.

I stopped short, as I saw the man in front of me. "Jase, Talia." Mrs. Summers smiled getting up. "Jason, this is Talia's Uncle, Cile." Jason nodded, and looked at Macey on the ground.

"Mace, why don't you go play with Jason? I'm sure he'll love to play with your dolls."

"What?" Jason asked.

"Please?" He nodded.

"I'll leave you two to talk." Mrs. Summers smiled. I helped her up and smiled. "I have another one now."

I crossed my arms and looked at Uncle Cile. "Don't cross your arms at me."

"Oh, I'm crossing my arms at you. You don't call me, or anything?"

"T, listen, your aunt is better better, but-"

"then why can't you, mom and Zac come home then?" He looked to the floor.

"Zac's parents live in California, T."

"Mom isn't coming back to have the baby, is she?"

"As of right now, no." I put my head down. "But things could change."

"It's Zac, isn't it? It's always him."

"No, T, it's not him. He tried to tell your mom to come back. He did, I was there."

"She's going to leave her sixteen year old daughter and her four year old to stay with someone else? What a great mother she turned out to be."

"Natalia Lynn, your mother may not always be here for you, but she has sacrificed a lot for you."

"Like what!? Because right now she's letting me down, again!" 

"When has she ever let you down?"

"First grade, my talent show. Fifth grade soccer game. Seventh grade soccer game. When I got hurt, she wasn't there. She said she would plan a party for my sixteenth birthday. She never did. Uncle Cile, she was never there for me."

"I couldn't help but over hear your conversation." Jason said, walking back into the room. "Talia, you have a family now. You have my mom, who probably loves you more than she loves me." He laughed. "You have everything you wanted now." He put his arm around my waist.

"Are you two dating?" Uncle Cile asked with no hesitation. I looked to Jason and shook my head. If Uncle Cile finds out, he'll start flipping out, which would lead to him losing a temper and then I would be forced to move out of the house and move back in with Uncle Cile. And trust me, I don't want that. 

"Since you look scared, Natalia, I'm going to take a guess and say you are dating. And you're living in the same house."

"This is how you revive yourself, uncle Cile?" He cracked his knuckles and got off the couch.

"You know she had a boyfriend who hurt her before." I rolled my eyes and shook my head.

"And I can assure you, I'm nothing like that," Jason replied.

"Cile, would you like to stay for breakfast?" Mrs. Summers asked.

"I would love to, but I have to go to my friends house quickly. My friend has been wanting to meet Natalia for quite some time now. I'm sure she can come over after school." She? Since when is there a she in Uncle Cile's life? And since when do I want to meet this girl? I don't think I got a choice on that one.

"I'm sorry for my uncle." I sighed.

"It's fine. It takes a lot to scare me." I smiled and opened my door. 

"I'll see you in a little." Good, Talia, close the door and get ready like you used to do before. 

Jason's POV

"Jase." My mom said, opening my door.

"What's up mom?"

"Cile brought something up to me."

"What is it?"

"He brought up the fact that you and Talia are dating. In the same house."

"Mom, you said you wanted this to happen."

"I know. And trust me, I love it that you two are together."

"Then... What?" I asked.

"I don't need anything going wrong. Jay, what if she gets pregnant?"

"Oh my God, mom."

"I know you're aware of everything, but Jason, I can't take the risk of anything happening to that girl." 

"We're not even doing anything."

"How am I supposed to know that, Jase? You're living in the same house, next door to each other."

"So what? Mom, we haven't done anything. And even if we did, you wouldn't have to worry. Talia isn't ready for that stuff. I mean, yeah she woke up in my shirt last night, but you have to believe me." 

"Jason, I mean it. I don't want you two doing anything until she leaves here, got it?"

"Mom, come on."


"Yes." She nodded and walked out of my bedroom. I can't with her sometimes. There's times where she's the perfect, laid back mom and then there's times where she's the strict, demanding mom. The mood swings, unfortunately, I can't help.

I knocked on Talia's door and waited. "Jason, I'm not ready yet."

"We need to talk."

The door opened quickly, revealing Talia in jeans and still my T-shirt. "That's never good. What's up?"

"Your uncle convinced my mom that us dating isn't good."

"What, why?" She asked, dropping my shirt on the ground.

"Because we are living under the same roof." She scoffed, and shook her head.

Natalia's POV

"Go ahead, I'll be out in a minute." I said, as Jason and I walked down the stairs. He nodded, took my bag from me and walked out the front door.

"You always have to ruin everything for me."

"Excuse me?" Uncle Cile asked.

"You ruin everything for me. Everything."

"I don't know what you're talking about, T."

"Don't T, me. You know exactly what I'm talking about. You told Mrs. Summers Jason and I shouldn't be dating because we're in the same house."

"I did. So what? I'm trying to keep you safe."

"So what? Uncle Cile, I actually like Jason."

"You can not be dating when you're living under the same roof."

"We haven't done anything!"

"And how do I know that!?"

"Because you know me! You know I wouldn't do that! I wouldn't give myself to someone this early in a relationship!"

"You are my niece. I don't want you to swoop down to his level."

"His level? And what level is that?"

"Screwing around with everyone he sees." I shook my head and walked to the door. "He's just using you, T! He's just using you to get into your pants." 

"Let him!" The door slammed shut behind me. 

"What happened?" Jason asked as I got in the car.

"I don't want to talk about it." I sighed, buckling myself in.

"Alright. Do you want to drive?"

"No thanks." 


"Hey, Lia." Amber smiled, walking to the car.

"Hey." I sighed, getting my bag from the back of the car.

"What's wrong?"

"Nothing." I closed the car door. 

"What's wrong with her?" Amber whispered to Jason.

"No clue. Her uncle came over this morning, said we shouldn't be together because we're under the same roof. And I guess he said something to her."

"Yeah, guys, I'm standing right here."

"Sorry, but Lia, if he said something to you tell us."

"Guys, it's fine." I put my best fake smile on and continued to enter the school.

Jason's POV


"Never seen her like this before," Amber said.

"She won't talk to me, Amber, I'm getting worried."

"I'll talk to her. I'm sure she'll talk to me. And if she does, I'll tell you."

I nodded. "Thank you."

"Summers, man, you missed the party last night," Mason said once Amber walked to her class. 

"Yeah, I know. I was busy."

"Bro, I heard you got a girl. Who is she? Anyone worth bringing tonight?"

"Mason, I'm not bringing my girlfriend to a party tonight."

"Come on, man. Get her out of her comfort zone."

"Mason, I said no!"

I walked into school, watching everyone whisper around me. I huffed and stopped in the middle of the hallway. "Yes! I missed a party! Get over it!" Everyone's jaw dropped. "Get back to your lives!"


"Jason!" Amber yelled, running to me.

"Slow down there." I laughed, stopping her.

She breathed heavily, holding onto my arm. "Breathe. Breathe." She laughed and took a deep breath.

"I... Found out why... She's acting that way."


"Her uncle said you're using her."

"Using her? Using her how?"

"Using her like you used all the other girls. Jason, he thinks you're using Lia."

"What? I...I'm not."

"I know that. And she knows that. But her Uncle is really manipulative and trust me when I say this, he can get Talia to believe him."

"I have to go. Cover for me in Economics." I said, before running down the hallway.

"Talia!" I yelled, running to her.

"Jason? Why are you on this side of the school?"

"That's not important. I know what your uncle said."

"Who... Did Amber tell you?"

"That's not important. I want you to know that I'm not doing what he said. I'm not using you. And I never would."

"Jason, I know that. I don't need to listen to my uncle." 

"Dude, Mason just told me you're not going to the party tonight," Jackson said, coming up to us.

"Yeah, I'm not going."

"Why not?" Talia and Jackson asked in unison.

"Because I don't want to leave my girlfriend at home. And I don't want to go."

"Jase, you should go to the party," Talia said.

"I don't want to."

"Don't not go because of me. And anyway, I wouldn't mind going to a party. I've never been to one before."

"Talia, no, you don't want to go."

"Jason, it's good that I get out. I can't be known as the nerd forever."

"See, the girl wants to go. So, come on, Jase, what do you say? Party at Mason's house?"

"No." Jackson shook his head, waved his hands at me and walked away from the two of us. 

"I have to go to class. I'll see you later, yeah?" Talia said. "If you don't want to go, then don't go. If you don't go, then I won't." She said.

"Thank you."  She nodded and kissed my cheek.

Walking to my class, which is rare, a new kid, probably a new freshman, bumped into me, almost knocking me down. Watch it!"

"Sorry."  I huffed, fixed my shirt and walked away.


Natalia's POV

"Let's hope he's gone." I sighed, as we pulled up to the house.

"And if he's not, then we ignore him." I nodded and opened the door.

"Hey," Jason said, taking my hand in his. "I really don't want to go tonight."

"It's fine. If you don't want to go, then you don't have to go. I told you, if you go, I go. If you don't, then I won't. We can have our own little party here. Amber and Nick can come and we'll hang out in the backyard."

"You know, that sounds good."

Jason took my hand in his, as we entered the house. "Hello?!"

"Uncle Cile!"


"No one is home."

"Guess what?"


"I really want to kiss you."

"Well... I'm all yours right now."

"I like the sound of that."

"You do, do you?" I asked, putting my arms around his neck. He nodded, and kissed me.

"Seriously? On the couch? What if Macey comes home?" I asked, breaking the kiss.

"She's not. She's going home with her friend."

"What about your mom?"

"She won't mind. She's seen worse."

"You have an answer for everything."

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