"Are you the one who gave my daughter a hickey on her lip?" Dad asked.
I've never possibly been this scared. Dad looked like he was about to explode.
"Dad, I told you I bit my lip." I said, looking at him. Dad rolled his eyes.
"Right, Evelyn. Like I'm going to believe that you, yourself, did that." Dad said.
"Dad! How is it so hard to believe that I did this?!" I asked.
"How isn't it? You two are always hanging out it seems! I just want the truth." Dad said. I sighed.
"Me and your daughter are dating, sir." Jack said.
My eyes widened, and I looked over at Jack. I gave him the are-you-crazy look, and he shrugged.
"What the hell?" I whispered harshly so only he could hear.
"He was going to find out anyways." Jack said.
"Wait... You guys are dating?" Dad asked slowly.
"I don't want any lies, Eve." He said. I sighed.
"Yes." I mumbled.
"How long?" Dad asked.
"About three months." Jack said. I sighed. There is no way this will end peacefully.
"Three months of lies?" Dad asked, looking up at me. I furrowed my eyebrows.
"I haven't lied to you." I said, pulling Jack over to the other couch to sit with Dad basically in front of us.
"Really? So, what was happening that night when you got this?" Dad asked.
"What do you mean?" I asked.
"The day before we went to the water park you were hanging out with him. Where did you go?" Dad asked.
"To his house. I met his Mum. I've told you this." I said.
"Okay? And where were you? Because I know for sure that his Mum didn't let you two go to his room." Dad said.
"I'm just going to come clean." Jack said.
"Please do." Dad said.
"That night I came and picked her up we went to my house, and she did meet my Mum. But we did leave, and I took her out to eat." Jack said.
"Oh. So you went on a date? That makes everything better, doesn't it?" Dad asked.
"Dad.. I wanted to tell you-"
"Then why didn't you?" He asked, cutting me off.
"Because this would happen! You would yell, and ask all kinds of questions that I don't want to deal with!" I yelled.