Eventually, I decided to meet up Blake after all.
I didn't message him or even tell him. I just got out of my house at night, locked the door behind me. Nobody would even know that I was leaving. That's how it was when your parents never actually stayed at home.
What if I didn't get back?
Well, Blake promised. I may have been the biggest fool to even believe on a promise. But well, that's how life goes.
I wrapped my jacket around myself and made my way towards the apartment Blake had mentioned.
We hadn't agreed on a specific time. But it still didn't matter. As soon as I was in the street behind my house, I saw the tall building.
It did look abandoned for some reason. I went towards it. The walls were merely broken like some construction was going on. I was right when I saw two orange cones flipped on the corner.
It looked more like a creepy abandoned haunted house.
After minutes searching here and there, I saw a rusted staircase. I looked at my phone at Caden's number.
Just one press and he'll know that I'm in danger.
I started making my way upstairs not sure where I was going. It was so dark that I had to watch myself from stumbling on my own footsteps. This place was giving me creepy vibes.
When I reached the last stair, I saw how up I actually was. The spiral staircase led down swirling in darkness. All I knew, it could lead to hell. But then again, I just came up.
I saw a door leading to the roof and went towards it. The roof was isolated completely. A cover of pure black sky enveloped it. I would've gone back if I wouldn't have seen a boy sitting on the edge. His back was towards me and he was leaning with his hands on either side of him, looking ahead at the city line.
I knew it was Blake judging from the messy blond hair.
I decided it would really be foolish to back off. I literally just climbed so many stairs and creeped myself out. Why the hell would I go back without finding anything useful? I walked towards him slowly and sat down beside him. I realized how up we actually were. If I accidentally fell down from here, I was so dead.
"You finally came." He said acknowledging me.
I looked down at the depth beneath us again.
"Why did you choose this spot in the first place? Isn't it too...high?" I muttered.
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Bitter Heart | ✔Teen Fiction
Caden Fernando Miller. Hot, notorious and the most famous bad boy of Crestmont High. Attention seekers flirt with him. Idiots fight with him. The ones who are rewarded with a piece of sense by God, they stay away from him. If you fight with him, you...