Forever Will Forever Be Ours.

Justin Bieber is the most famous 18 year old on the planet. He has sold out hundreds of arenas and has millions of fans. He lives his dream everyday, sharing his music with the world. Selena is pretty much a normal 18 year old girl, except for the fact that her little sister, Avalanna, struggles with a rare form of brain cancer, AT/RT. They are both in love with Justin and his music. One day, Justin finds out about Avalanna's story and decided he has to meet her. He arranges a meet up with her and from the minute they meet, he falls in love with the little girl. He also meets with her family, giving him the chance to meet Selena. Selena is completely starstruck at the fact she's meeting her idol and Justin is stunned by how beautiful Selena is.



Justin's POV:

When it was time to say goodbye, I just wasn't ready to say goodbye to Selena yet. I managed to easily convince her parents to let her spend the rest of the day with me and I knew exactly what we were going to do. I was holding Selena's hand while basically pulling her over to the building that my friend owned. It felt so right to have Selena's hand in mine, I can't even explain. Once we reached the building, we walked over and into the elevator, which we rode all the way up to the roof. When it stopped and dinged, Selena looked over at me.

"Where are we?" She asked in a very confused tone.

"Selena, if you thought the view at the restaurant was amazing, just wait until you see this." I said with a smile on my face. The elevator doors opened and I guided Selena up a small staircase. Finally, we had reached the roof. I opened the door and felt the cool city breeze on my face. I looked back at Selena and smiled, taking her hand again.

"Come on." I saw, as I walked out on the roof of the very tall building with Selena closely behind me. Selena gasped and her grip on my hand tightened.

"Are you okay?" I questioned, looking over at her.

"Yeah, it's just we’re up really high." She said with a tone of nervousness in her voice.

"Don't worry Sel, I got you." I reassured her, as I gave her hand a light squeeze. We smiled at each other, then walked closer to the edge to get a better look at the view.

"It's so beautiful." Selena marveled, as she let go of my hand and put her hands up on the ledge. I looked over at her, she looked so stunning. Her hair was blowing lightly in the breeze, allowing me to see every beautiful feature on her face. "Yeah it's very beautiful." I said, referring to my view, which was of her. She looked over at me and giggled, as did I. We stayed up there for a while and just talked while looking at the amazing view. It was great to have a real convocation with just Selena. I learned a lot more about her and I think she learned a lot more about me too. She was so down to earth and super kind, unlike anyone I've ever met. She's overall just such a good person, I can't even believe I'm able to have someone so amazing in my life. After talking for what seemed like minutes, but was actually hours, it was time to go and have a little fun. We rode back down the elevator and left the building, getting into the car I scheduled for us.

"Where are we going now?" She asked, as the driver started driving.

"Selena, you've never been to New York, right?" I asked her.

"Right, but what does that have to do with where we are going?" She said. I smirked.

"Because we are going to show you, what you are missing." I said, giving one of my broad answers again. We drove until we reached the department store Macy's and we both got out. Selena looked at the store, then at me.

"You shop here?" She questioned, giving me a confused look. I laughed.

"No." I said.

"Then, why are we here?" She asked, even more confused than before.

"You'd be surprised the fun you can have in this place, without buying a single thing." I said, causing Selena to smile. Now she was catching on and I'm pretty sure she was excited about it. We both ran inside, not sure of what to do first. Just then, out of nowhere I felt a hand touch my shoulder and Selena yell;

"Tag you’re it!", then the next thing I knew, she was running in the opposite direction. I smiled before chasing after her. We played hide and go seek and tag, running in between rack of clothes, and jumping on top of beds. To my surprise, not one person had noticed that I'm Justin Bieber yet, which I'm totally okay with. I don't want any disruptions, I just want to spend this time with Selena. I ran around the corner, to find Selena staring inside the jewelry case. I slowly walked up behind her, wrapped my arms around her waist and spun her around. She started giggling like crazy.

"You’re it." I said with a smile, as she went back to staring at the case.

"Whatcha looking at?" I asked, standing next to her to look. I saw her eyes were glued on a pink diamond heart necklace. It was really pretty, it would be even prettier on her.

"You like that?" I asked, as I pointed to it.

"Oh, uh yeah, but it's way too expensive for me. I was just looking." She said, taking her eyes off the case and looking at me. I could tell she really wanted it, and I really wanted to get it for her. I knew she would refuse if I asked her if I could, so I have to do it without her knowing.

"Okay, well let's get back to our game. To make it fair you run in that direction and I'll run in the other.

“Okay?" I said.

"Okay." She said while nodding.

"On 3. 1,2,3!" I exclaimed, as she took off in the opposite direction. I didn't go running off, I went over to the lady at the jewelry counter.

"Excuse me?" I questioned. She turned around and gasped.

"Oh my gosh, you ar-" She started to say, but I cut her off.

"Justin Bieber, yes I know." I said with a small smile.

"Your new album is great, your so talented." She said.

"Thank you." I said, politely.

"Your so welcome, how can I help you?" She asked in a nervous tone, obviously starstruck by the fact I was Justin Bieber.

"I'll take that necklace, please." I said, pointing to the one Selena was looking at earlier. She smiled, as she got it out of the display case and put it in a small box. I pulled out my wallet and paid for it, then she handed it to me. I put it in my pocket so Selena wouldn't see.

"If you don't mind me asking, is it for a girlfriend?" The lady asked.

"Not exactly, not yet anyway." I said with a smile. I looked over to the side and saw Selena coming around the corner, looking for me.

"Gotta go." I said to the lady, as I quickly ran off. We stayed in Macy's for a little but longer, playing around like kids. I'm actually really surprised they didn't kick us out or anything. We walked over to the ice cream place and got ice cream as the perfect end to our perfect day. I really did have a perfect day, it was the most fun I've had in a long time. What can I say, Selena makes me really, really happy. After we finished our ice cream, it was time to take Selena back to her hotel room and say goodbye. The car pulled up in front of her hotel and I walked her up to her room, just like a boyfriend would walk his girlfriend home after a date. We turned to each other and hugged, obviously neither one of us wanted to say it.

"Thank you for such an amazing day, Justin." She said gratefully, while hugging me tight.

"No problem, it was a lot of fun." I said. She pulled out of the hug and smiled at me.

"Well, I guess this is it.." She said, letting her voice trail off at the end of the sentence.

"Sel, wait. Before you go, there's something I want you to have." I said, reaching in my pocket.

"What is it?" She asked. I handed her the small velvet box, which she opened and gasped, then looked up at me.

"Justin, I can’t believe you. You didn't-" She started to say, but I cut her off.

"Yes, I did. You deserve it." I said. She seemed to be speechless, but her eyes were full of thankfulness. I took the box from her hand and took the necklace out. I gently placed it around her neck, and hooked the ends together. I took a step back, it looked absolutely perfect on her.

"A beautiful necklace for a beautiful girl." I said, causing her to blush hard. She pulled me into another tight hug.

"Thank you so much, Justin. You’re the greatest friend I could ever ask for." She said in such a grateful tone. I smiled, but part of me was broken. The greatest friend she could ever ask for, that meant to her I was just a friend. And to her, that's probably all I will ever be.

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