Stockholm Syndrome

Rose Faith Davis comes from a family torn apart by the unfortunate events of a late night drive. It's taken years to overcome the loss of the one that believed in her so much. Now, she's graduated high school and is ready to take on the task that is college. She'll be moving from her small American town to the bustling city of Sydney, Australia. There's a lot of bad things happening over the sea, however, this doesn't scare Rose. She's up for any challenge, and will chase her dreams no matter what.
~Don't follow your dreams, chase them~


44. Date Recaps

*A Couple Days Later*

          “Okay girls, we aren’t going to be studying until you spill about what your weekend was like,” I smile as we all sit down in the grass. “So spill. Anyone.”

          “I’ll go first,” Daisy says. “Calum asked me if there was anything I wanted to do. I suggested we go rollerblading. And we did. We had so much fun, and then we went back to his place and had a nice little dinner. Then he drove me home and that was it.”

          “No kisses?”

          “Well, he gave me a few kisses,” she shrugs. “Nothing but a few on my lips and cheeks. He’s such a sweet boy. He explained all about his day job and the drug business.”

          “They are all sweet.”

          “I guess I’ll go next,” Victoria says. “Um, Michael took me out to eat at this fancy restaurant. It was nice to get out and see more of the city. The restaurant had a great view of, well, everything. I could see all the shops I could never buy things from. And the people I saw. It was an amazing night. Then, he took me back to his place. Do all the boys live in huge houses?”

          “Yes,” I answer.

          “Well, it was amazing. He taught me how to play video games. Then, well, it was super late by that time. So I called Laurel to tell her I wasn’t coming home until the next morning. Michael showed me to a guest room, and that was it.”

          “You guys have all had such cute weekends so far. Laurel, does your weekend match up?”

          “I think so,” Laurel smiles. “Luke showed up to my dorm like a perfect gentleman. Then he took me to a show at the opera house. Some circus thing. It was funny, and cute, and I loved it. After the show, we went out to window shop. Since during the show we had popcorn, drinks, and sweets. Then I saw this amazing headband, like it was all sparkly and such. Kind of like a tiara, and Luke got it for me. I’ll be wearing it at my next play performance. After that, he took me back to my dorm and gave me a goodnight kiss. It was pretty amazing.”

          “Those are all so sweet,” I giggle. “You guys had such great weekends.”

          “What about you?” Daisy asks.


          “Yeah, how was your weekend?” Victoria asks.

          “Oh, well, Ashton and I went to a bar and dance and got buzzed. He got angry and almost beat some guy up over touching me. He was jealous the whole time because of all the looks I got. Then we went home and he wouldn’t talk to me, but I changed that. Then the next morning I made breakfast. Then we had wine and watched a movie that night. It was pretty nice,” I smile.

          “How did you get him to talk?” Laurel asks.

          “I think I know,” Daisy smirks. “Did you guys have fun?”

          “Shut up,” I look down at the grass. “When you guys do it with whoever, I won’t tease. So don’t tease me.”

          “I can’t believe you guys have been dating for like a week, and you’ve already done something so,” Victoria bites her bottom lip. “How do I say this? Permanent? Can’t take back? You’ll always remember?”

          “I love him more than I have ever loved anyone before,” I say. “I don’t regret a single thing. I see myself marrying that jackass.”

          “That’s cute,” Laurel says. “I guess, if I try hard enough. I can see myself marrying Luke.”

          I shrug, “When you’ve lost so much, and you finally find someone who understands your pain. It’s hard to not fall in love with them. Ashton is my other half, no doubt. I’m so glad I came here and found him. I am so glad.”

          “Marrying Ashton,” Victoria smiles. “That is so sweet. You’ve already planned it, haven’t you?”

          “No,” I chuckle. “We’ve planned when Ashton will propose. The second I graduate, and I honestly can’t wait.”

          “That ruins the surprise for you,” Daisy exclaims. “You aren’t supposed to know when he is going to propose.”

          “It doesn’t matter, as long as he proposes. Let’s be honest, I’m not going to remember his promise come graduation time. It will be powerful and I’ll say yes either way.”


​Dates are so fun to write and recap. Can't wait until I go on a date. One day. Anyways, hope you liked it! :D

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