"Delaney, get up." Cami said, shaking my shoulder lightly. I opened my eyes, sitting up. "What time is it?"

"It's 7:30. You didn't set your alarm." she said. I slowly crawled out of bed, popping my back. "God. I hate Mondays." I grumbled, walking to the bathroom

After I finished, I wrapped a towel around me and brushed my teeth. I walked back into the room, Cami slinging her bag over her shoulder.

"Hey, I gotta go. I'll see you later." she said. I waved to her and walked to my dresser, putting on underwear. I put on a light blue tank top with PINK in black sequins, dark low rise shorts, and black converse. I brushed my hair out, shaking it so it would curl, and put on some simple mascara and eyeliner. I slipped on a black skull ring and put some chapstick on. I grabbed my backpack and phone and walked outside.

As I walked down the sidewalk, a car pulled up behind me, honking. I turned around and found Ashton looking through the windshield. He stopped beside me, rolling the window down in front of me. He leaned across the gear shift. "Hey sis."

"Hey Ash." I said, leaning on the door. "You need a ride?" he asked. I nodded, opening the door. "Thanks."

"So, how's it going?" he asked. I shrugged. "Alright. What about you?"

He shrugged. "Fine."

I sat there in an uncomfortable silence. "Ookay, what have you and the guys been up to?"

"Nothing."

I squinted. He's not his usual talkative, slightly annoying self. "Ashton, what's wrong?"

His eyes flicked towards me, then looked away quickly. "Nothing."

I rolled my eyes. "You're a horrible liar, you know that right?"

He changed his grip on the steering wheel. "I'm fine, I swear."

"Tell me."

He sat there, completely silent, then he sighed. "Fine. We heard about that you and Niall did." He shortly. My cheeks burned, and my throat seemed to tighten. The feeling of embarrassment and humility came at me like a freight train, bringing tears to my eyes. Ashton knows that I've never really been with someone, and having him hear about me being groped by Niall makes things different.

"Who's we?" I squeaked out.

"Everyone. Calum, Michael, Luke, all of the frat houses. All of them, Delaney. Every single one of them."

"Why do you make it sound so bad.."

He huffed in frustration. "Because, Delaney. It's hard to know that guys think my little sister is easy."

I couldn't help it, I cried. One tear after another, humiliation showered over once again. Not only did he tell an entire Fraternity house, but they carried the message of how the little virgin was felt up by him. I bit my lip, turning my head. "You can stop the car."

"Why?"

"Because I'm not going today." I said. He slowed down, but I opened the door and jumped out before he came to a complete stop. I gripped my bag handle and sped walked down the sidewalk back to the house.

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