So, we get halfway through the week, meaning its Wednesday, and I haven’t seen Harry anywhere. You find it strange that I’m looking for him, don’t you? Well, listen, I woke up in his bed with just a t shirt, which was also his, and my undergarments on. Don’t you think you would want an explanation as well? That’s what I thought.
Maybe he’s avoiding me. But why would he be avoiding me? Unless he lied and something really did happen between us when I was drunk, there’s no reason to stay away from me. Besides, he should tell me if something did go down.
You know, I’ll worry about this later. Right now I need to focus on seeing if I remember how to get to my maths class.
As I walked down the hallway, I turned multiple corners and still hadn’t found the room. Where could it be? I knew the music room was down here; maybe Mr Bernd could help me out. Whilst I neared the room, I heard soft strumming of a guitar and the very faint sound of a voice singing. I couldn’t tell if they were any good because, like I said, it was very faint.
After deciding it was probably just Mr Bernd practicing for one of his classes, I twisted the knob and pulled back the door. In order to try not to scare the life out of him, I let the door make a noise as it shut. The strumming of the guitar stopped instantly as I crept down the little corridor into the full room. When I got there I was beyond confused, but also relieved.
“Harry? What are you doing here?” I quizzed.
“I could ask you the same. Shouldn’t you be getting to class?” He asked as he set the guitar down, leaning it against the wall.
“Look who’s talking,” I scoffed. “Besides, I would be there if I could remember how to get to the room.”
“Go right out of this room, down the hall, turn left and he’s the second door on the right-hand side.”
“Don’t think you’re getting away so quickly. I want to know what happened on Saturday night at the party…why I woke up wearing your shirt and hardly anything else.”
“You’re going to hate yourself if I tell you, Jade.”
“God, what do I need to do to get you to tell me? Give you a lap dance?”
“That is pretty tempting.”
“I wasn’t being serious.”
“Well that’s too bad. I guess you’ll never know.”
“Harryyyy,” I whined. He just smirked at me. Jack ass.
“Seriously, I’ll do anything if you just tell me,” I begged.
“Anything?” he clarified sounding intrigued.
“Anything.” Oh dear God, what have I just gotten myself into.
Harry paced the room for a few minutes thinking whilst I stood there nervously. Honestly, I’m terrified to find out what he’s thinking about. What if it has to do with me in his bedroom again? I really don’t want that. God, I’m so stupid. If I could, I would go hit my head against the wall repeatedly for the amount of my stupidity. You never know, maybe it could knock some sense into me. That’d be nice for a change.
“Go out with me tonight,” he spoke catching me completely off guard.
“Sorry?” I said with a raised eyebrow.
“You know what I said. So, will you?” He didn’t seem fazed at all. In fact he seemed to be portraying more confidence.
“I guess so…?” I said as more of a question than a statement.
“I’ll pick you up at seven,” he said as he went towards the door.
“Wait! You didn’t tell me.”
“I’ll tell you tonight, that way I know you’re not going to blow me off.”
With that he exited the room, leaving me in a defeated position as I huffed out a breath of air filled with annoyance. It seems like I can never win with this boy, and that in itself is frustrating. Besides that, I am almost positive that he enjoys pushing my buttons and making me aggravated. But him asking me to go out with him somewhere…that just bewildered me. Wait a second, how in the hell does he know where I live?!
* * *
I checked the time, six fifty-eight; Harry should be here soon. I grabbed my phone and stuffed it in my back pocket, like always, before traipsing down the staircase. Just as my feet touched the floor, there was a knock at the front door. After quickly slipping my feet into my flats, I went to the door and opened it. Harry stood in front of me, still taller than me despite the slight step up to the inside of my house. He wore a plain white t shirt and black jeans. If I’m not mistaken, it’s the same shirt I woke up in just days ago. Knowing that made me feel slightly awkward. Don’t ask me why, it just did.
|Harry Styles||as himself|
|Shailene Woodley||as Jade Simmons|
|Liam Payne||as himself|
|Louis Tomlinson||as himself|
|Niall Horan||as himself|
|Zayn Malik||as himself|
|Kate Walsh||as Miranda|
|Amy Brenneman||as Heidi Simmons|
|Claire Holt||as Allie|
|Gemma Styles||as Melissa (Mel)|