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.


33. Chapter Thirty Three

First of all, I would like to take this moment to send my prayers and thoughts to the victims in Orlando. What happened this past weekend was truly terrible and traumatizing. As a person with many friends who are in the LGBT community, this truly hits close to home. I am honestly wounded, and I am praying for their family and loved ones.

Secondly, I would like to take this moment to give my thoughts and prayers to Christina Grimmie and her family and friends. She was so young and full of life, for someone to be killed at the age of 22 is truly terrible. For her to be from New Jersey, truly hurts me. NJ lost a Jersey Girl.

Natalia's POV

"Let's talk Gossip Girl." Amber said, as we walked down the hallway.

"Am, that show was over so long ago."

"So? Hey, it's either Gossip Girl, or we talk about how Jackson was woken up last night by a certain someone." I hit her side and walked to my locker.

"So... Did you and Jason talk about what happened at the party?" She asked, leaning against the lockers.

"Um, not yet."

"Lia, it's been almost a week, aren't you holding that feeling inside of you?"

"No, Amber. I'm not. I'm perfectly fine now." She rolled her eyes, and looked down the hallway.


"What?" I asked, not turning my head.


"What can be so important, Amber?" She pointed to the two men in front of us, surrounded by a few students. "Oh god, Jason."

"What do you mean Jason?"

"He gave me this whole speech one time, where he said if anyone talks bad about me, or says something to him about me, he'll fight him. My guess is that Jason is somewhere either on the crowd, or the one is fighting. And it won't be pretty."

"Nick?" I asked, looking at the four guys in front of me. Cameron, Jason, Nick and Jackson all stood surrounding one kid, with their fists up and their faces straight.

"Jase, what's going on?"

"Someone thought it would be cool to comment about the party." Jackson replied, cracking his knuckles.

"No, no. This isn't a good idea. Cameron, tell them it's not a good idea."

"Tia, not now."

"Jason, this isn't a good idea. Stop." I said, holding his arm.

"That guy put his hands on you, Natalia. It won't go unnoticed." He replied, pulling my hand off of his arm. Jason took the first punch, then back and forth they went. One punching the kid, the other punching Nick, Jason, Jackson or Cameron. Once Jackson was knocked on the ground, I knew this kid was strong.

"Break it up!" Mr. Lionel yelled, pulling everyone off of each other. "All of you, my office. Now. Including you, Mr. Saint."

"When you're done in there, we have to talk." I pointed to each boy.

Jason's POV

"One at a time. Jason, you're first." Mr. Lionel said, calling me into his office. I got up and sat right down in the all too familiar chair. He walked in after me, closed the door, then sat at his desk.

"Did you do something different to the office, Mr. L? New carpet?"

"This isn't the time to make jokes, Jason. This is a serious issue."

"How serious can it get? It was one fight."

"Jason, we're considering on expulsion."

I sat up right and looked at him. "What did I do to get expelled?!"

"Calm down, this is no need for yelling." He replied. "Tell me, what did I do?" I asked again.

"You're constantly late to class, you got into more fights than we can count. You're behavior is terrible. You've harassed students and some teachers." He informed. "I haven't been late to class in almost five months. I got into ten fights. My behavior has gotten better. I have only harassed the people who talk about my family. And some rescuers are stupid and assholes." I replied. "Incoherent language as well." He added. I shook my head.

"You can't blame this all on me. There are more people who gotten into way more fights, harassed more people, cursed to teachers constantly, but yet, they aren't ridiculed?" I asked. "This isn't about other students, this is about you." He replied.

"Listen, I'll make you a deal." He sighed. "I don't do deals." I replied. "Well, this one could actually help you." He informed. "Fine, what is it?" I huffed. "If you prove to me that you are truly changing your act, you will be welcomed to stay in this school." He said.

"How long do I have to do this?" I asked. "Until I feel as if you have truly changed." He replied. "Alright, fine." I said. "And, Jason, if I see or find out by any teacher or any staff member that you have acted out of line, I won't hesitate to expel you." He informed. I rolled my eyes, and got up.

"Good day, Jason." He said. "See you later, Jim." I replied, before walking out with a smirk on my face. "Three strikes you have, Mr. Summers! Passed three, you're done!" He yelled. I gave him a thumbs up, and walked to my friends.

"Well?" Jackson asked, holding the tissue to his nose. "I'm out of trouble." I replied. "What? How?" Nick asked. "Just a deal that we made with each other." I replied.

"Mr. Saint, you're next." Mr. Lionel called. "Good luck man." Jackson said, patting his back. "My dad is going to kill me." Cameron whispered, before walking into the office.

I walked out of the office, and standing there with her arms crossed, was Talia. The look on her face said her emotions. Anger. The thin line her mouth was in, the way her eyes glared into me, all gave off she was angry. At me.

"You idiot. Why would you even think of fighting him?! You already taught him not to mess with me or you, and you go and get not only your friends, but mine too. I can't believe you." She said, pacing around the hallway.

"Calm down, alright? Nothing happened. No one is in trouble. Well, I'm not in trouble. I'm sure Cameron's dad can pull some strings for the guys." I replied. "That's not the point, Jason. I'm over what happened at the stupid party. I'm done, I'm okay now. But I can't keep moving forward of you're going to fight everyone who talks about it." She replied.

"Alright." I groaned, walking away. "Hey, don't you walk away from me when I'm talking to you." She said, following behind me. I stopped walking, and turned around. "Are you mimicking me from when you moved in?" I asked. "You know it." She replied.

"What do you have to do?" She asked. "What?" I asked. "What did you have to do to get out of trouble?" She repeated. "Just a little deal." I replied. "A deal? With the principle?" She asked. I nodded.

"He said I can get out of expulsion by showing him I have changed." I informed. "I'm sorry... Expulsion?" she asked. I nodded. "You could be expelled!?" She yelled. "It's not that big of a deal, and the deal we made will make him see I'm okay." I replied.

"Not that big of a deal!? Jason, you could get kicked out of the school!" She exclaimed. "I don't want you to worry about it, alright? You worry about your family, and your brother. And everything with Macey." I replied.

Macey, lately, hasn't been herself. We all thought it was because of the new baby, but she claims it wasn't. Zac hasn't said anything about nightmares, or strange actions, so it has to be something small.

"Maybe it's you not being there?" I asked, as we walked down the hallway. "No, that's not it. She can go without me being there. Maybe it's you." She replied. "Me?" I asked. She nodded.

"Maybe it's because you're not with her anymore. She really liked you." She explained. "Maybe she is having some nightmares, but your parents don't know." I replied. "Should we have her stay with us?" She asked. "Do you think it'll help?" I asked. She nodded, and sighed. "Hopefully." She replied.

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