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.


53. Chapter Fifty Three

Jason's POV

I flipped the pancakes onto the plate and pushed them in front of Bria. "Hangover food," I informed.

"Did I ever tell you how much I love you?"

"No, I don't think you did."

"Well, I'm not saying it now, so you're not hearing it."

"Hello, my dearest big sister, and my favorite cousin," Addison said, walking into the kitchen.

"Gross," Bria whispered.

"What's up with him?"

"He got some last night. Absolutely gross."

"Oh, do you know if Talia is awake?"

"Heard her in the bathroom this morning," Bria replied. 

"She's gonna be so hungover." He laughed.

"She doesn't get like that. She has a headache, but she won't be hungover."

"Lucky her."

"Do you think Ade and Talia are down for clubbing tonight?" Bria asked.

"I don't think Talia's ever been clubbing. And Ade is like, nine months pregnant."

"So? She can sit there. Someone has to be a driver." She has a point. 

"Talia's only seventeen, she can't go into clubs."

"So? I know people. That's how I got you into that club." Again, she has a point. "So?"

"You'll have to see with Talia. I can't speak for her."

"Look at my little cousin turning into a man."

"Shut up."

"Does anyone know why Talia is walking around upstairs like she's mad?" Adelaide asked.

"She does that to relieve stress. Just kinda gotta leave her be during that. It'll only be like... Five minutes. She's probably on the phone with her uncle too."

"Damn, she treats those kids like they're hers," Addison said.

"She's been raising her sister. She practically raised her since she was two. And now she's raising her brother, I mean, she's basically their mom."

"Can she even have a life?" Bria asked.

"She can, when her parents are actually home. But when they're not, Macey goes to daycare, and the baby goes to her uncle's house, and that's it." I replied. Adelaide shook her head. Talia came downstairs and sighed. "What?"

"Macey got sick. She has a fever, and it's really high. Serena put the babies in their room, and he said if the fever gets any higher, she'll have to go to the hospital."

"She'll be fine."

"So, Talia, do you wanna go clubbing?" Bria asked.

"I don't have anything to go clubbing in."

"I'll let you wear my clothes. A few pinning back and a few pins should be fine."

"I mean, I don't know." Bria pouted, and so did Addison. "Fine."

Natalia's POV

"Just look through that closet, and see what you like." Bria smiled, walking over to her bed, where Adelaide was laying down.

"These are all so short."

"We're going clubbing, and we're young. Of course, they're short." I stopped at the black mini dress and smiled.

"Trying this one on," I informed, before closing the closet doors, leaving me locked inside the closet. I took my clothes off and put the dress on.

"So?" I asked, walking out. Bria and Adelaide both stopped, and looked at me.

"Oh my god. You look so hot!" Bria exclaimed.

"Okay. I don't care, I'm doing your hair and makeup." Adelaide said, struggling to get up. Between all three of us, it took about... Six hours. One hour for hair. One hour for makeup. For each of us. We started at twelve in the afternoon, and it's now six at night. Absolutely crazy.

"Watch Jason's face when he sees you," Bria smirked.

"Harrison is gonna be like, seen that before." Adelaide laughed, as she waddled down the steps. I smiled.

"Alright." Bria smiled, fixing her dress. I moved in front of Adelaide and looked right at Jason, who's eyes went wide.

"Holy..." He said.

"Too much?" He didn't answer.

"You dumbass, answer her!" Bria yelled, slapping Jason in the back of the head.

"Oh, um... Uh... No. No, perfect. Just... Perfect."

"Alright, who's ready to go clubbing!" Bria exclaimed. I laughed and took her hand in mine.

"Let's go."


"I love this song!" Bria exclaimed, running to the dance floor. Between the shoes, and the dress, I don't know what hurts more. The shoes are squishing my feet, and the dress is squishing my body... So who knows. I've only had one drink, which didn't do much for me. It was a rum and coke, and there was more coke than rum. Bria danced against me and laughed. "This is so much fun!" I nodded and looked to Adelaide, who was texting someone.

"I'm gonna go sit down!" I yelled. She nodded and continued to dance.

"Everything okay?" I asked.

"What? Oh, yeah." Adelaide replied, looking up.

"Your face says otherwise."

"Add just texted me, and he said it's an emergency."

"Should we leave?"

"I don't know. She's having fun."

"Ade, we've been here for like, five hours. I think it's okay to leave." She nodded.

"Can you get her?" I nodded and pushed my chair in.

"There's an emergency at home!" I yelled to Bria.

"Seriously!?" I nodded. "We have to go!" She nodded and stumbled off the dance floor. We all got in the car, and Adelaide drove off quickly, with a worried look.

"What do you think it is?" I asked.

"I don't know. But I want to get home incase it's anything worth worrying about."  After about ten minutes, we pulled up to the house, and we all jumped out, worrying. Addison texted Adelaide and told her it was important, which made us worry even more.

"What? What's going on? What happened?" Adelaide asked as she walked into the door. The boys sat on the couch, with Carly and Addison in front of everyone. Addison looked worried, scared almost, and Carly looked as happy as can be.

"What's going on?" Bria asked.

"Well..." Addison started, but Carly cut him off.

"We're having a baby," Carly said. Addison wiped his hands over his face and took a deep breath. I looked at the couple and closed my eyes slightly. "Isn't it great? A little me or Addison running around?" She asked, clapping her hands. She looked ecstatic when Addison looked nervous and worried. He didn't look happy at all.

"Talia, can we talk real quick?" Carly asked, with a smile on her face.

"Um, okay?" I questioned, following her to the kitchen.

"I'm going to give you advice." I looked at her. "Jason wants kids. I'm sure you know that. But the best thing to do gives him kids now. Because trust me, he's gonna leave you, just like he did with me."

"He won't leave me."

"Really? I wouldn't give him kids when we were together. Says something about him, doesn't it?" I walked into the bedroom after our little talk and found Jason laying on the bed, with his arms behind his head. His eyes were closed as if he didn't have a care in the world. I climbed on top of Jason and kissed his neck. I saw his eyes pop open, as my hands lifted his shirt up.

"What are you doing?" He asked, putting his hands on my waist.

"Giving you what you want," I replied, unbuckling his belt.

"Woah, woah, babe." He said, stopping my hands.

"Do you not want this?"

"I do, trust me, I do. But what do I want?"

"You want a kid like you said. Or else you're gonna leave me."

"Wait, what?" He asked, sitting up. He lifted me off his lap and sat me beside him.

"If I don't give you what you want, then you're going to leave me."

"Why would I leave you for that reason?"

"Because then you wouldn't love me as much."

"What? Who's telling you this?" I looked down."It's her, isn't it?"

"She drilled things in my mind."

"Listen to me." He replied, taking my hands in his. "Don't you ever think that I will leave you for such a stupid reason, okay? I don't like you saying that." I nodded.

"You get undressed, okay? I'll be right back." He whispered, pressing a kiss to my forehead. I sighed and laid on the bed with a thud.

Jason's POV

"Claiming to be pregnant, telling my girlfriend I'll leave her if she doesn't give me a child, what the hell is wrong with you, Carly?" I asked, folding my arms over my chest, as I stood outside.

"What's wrong with me? What's wrong with you? Do you see what your girlfriend looks like? Did you leave me, for her? Do you know how that makes me feel, Jason?" Sh

"No, I didn't leave you for her. I left you because you told me your son is mine. And you put lies in my head, you played a game on me. That's why I left you. You're crazy!"

"I thought Robert was yours, Jason. For the whole pregnancy, I thought he was yours, and you did too." I stepped back. "I may be claiming to be pregnant, but I wasn't lying when I told you he's your son."

"I want a test done. And I want it done now."

"He's at home, Jason."

"I got sent the letter of the paternity test. He isn't my kid."

"Yeah? They can be wrong."

"No, they can't be. My DNA doesn't match Robert." I walked back into the room, after Carly left, and took a deep breath. Talia laid on the bed, facing the door, and tears on her cheeks.

"Don't cry."

"I'm so embarrassed."

"Don't be." She took a shaky deep breath and listened to the fight next door to us. The walls are so thin, we could hear everything going on.

"You're ruining my family, you're making us fight, you're making Talia cry! What's next!?"

"Talia isn't my family, but she's close enough, you don't know what she went through."

"Let me ask you this. Are you even pregnant?" There were no other voices, except the door slamming closed.

Natalia's POV

I walked into the pool room and sighed. Addison sat at the table, with a glass in one hand, and his head in the other. Once he saw me coming, he drank the rest of the liquid in the glass and slammed it down. "I actually believed her."

"After all the stories I heard about her, I thought she was sane. Obviously, she isn't."

"I'm sorry."

"Jason and I... We were trying to get along with her." He looked at me. "But she drilled things into our mind. And well, it all worked out." He shook his head and looked down. "Hey, you're a great guy, and you're so nice. Any girl would be lucky to have you." He looked at me. "Jason is sure to share me, you know that? Not like.. Dating wise. But he can share. If you need someone, I'll be there for you."

"Jason's lucky to have you, you know that?" I smiled. "And so is this family. You've become like a sister to me."

"And you're like the older brother I always wanted." He put his arms around me, and breathed in. "Any girl would be so lucky to have you."


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