"Wait...Aunt Beth said I'd be moving in with you, not Louis." I said.
"AND HARRY!" Harry screamed. Living with those two, no thanks.
"Well, Louis wants to get to know you better. He practically begged me." Mum chuckled, pinching one of Louis's cheeks.
"MUUUUM!" Louis groaned. "Don't do that."
"But...I don't want to go to London. I'll be leaving Aunt Beth and all my friends!" I protested. I didn't want to leave Doncaster. It was my home. And especially Aunt Beth. She would be living alone!
"It'll be fuuuuun!" Harry said.
I looked at Pippa. She didn't want me to leave either. I mean, we've been friends ever since the third grade. I didn't want to lose her.
"You can bring Pippa if you want..." Louis said cautiously, backing away from Pippa probably fearing that she'd explode.
"OMG ROSIE JUST SAY YES!" Pippa said.
"And I actually believed you weren't obsessed..."
"Maybe I have one or two or ten posters and their album, but I'm not that obsessed." Pippa said.
"Is that why we never hang out at your house and I haven't seen your room in a year?"
"Make her say yes!" Louis encouraged.
Pippa smiled devilishly. "So remember that time in seventh grade, that boy...what's his name...Carter Jenkins?"
"NO!" I screamed and covered her mouth. "You promised to never speak of that again!"
"What happened?" Zayn asked.
"Then say you'll move in with your brother and take me with you!"
"Then we played Seven Minutes In Heaven-"
"Say it aloud for me!" Pippa said.
"I will move in with the brother i never knew I had and I will take you with me!" I said.
"Who else wants her to say no so we can hear what happened?" Niall asked. All five boys raised their hands slowly. My half-sisters just rolled their eyes. Mum just shook her head and smiled.
"NO! I'll go." I muttered.
"Louis, we only have one extra room." Harry said.
"She can be in my flat. I have an extra bedroom." Zayn offered.
"Yes." Pippa immediately agreed.
"Then it's settled!" Mum said. STILL WEIRD. "Rosie, you'll be with Louis in London. Me and the girls will help and we'll be staying in a near by hotel. We want to get to know you Rosie."
"But what about Aunt Beth? I feel bad for leaving her behind." I said.
"I'll be fine Rosie." Aunt Beth said. She was behind me with a hand on my shoulder.
"Are you sure?"
"I'm sure sweetie. I've had you for eighteen years. I think it's your mother's turn." Aunt Beth said, kissing my cheek.