I needed sometime away from all of this mess. My parents. The whole locker stuff. And especially, my Physics grades. Which were flunking, to be honest.
There was a grand test next week, thanks to our beloved Physics teacher. And of course, he did not forget to add about the fact that if you didn't get a B in this test, he'll fail you in Physics. Completely.
That is how I was imagining my life to end. Just because of a goddarn subject. Mom would be so pissed off.
Why did I even care?
She was hiding big stuff from me. Including dad. They won't be able to blame it on me if I fail in Physics.
I could just make an excuse on how stressed out I was about all of this 'locker' stuff.
On the other hand, Alex had asked me to come over to his match today. I would've gone, but Caden would've been there.
You stay away from me and my business.
I would stay away from him if he wanted that. I wasn't even interfering in his business before. But he had a way of making it sound like it was all my fault. I wasn't giving him any more chances.
Since everything was a joke for him.
I roamed across the shop I had ended up in. It was a gift shop. I didn't even know who's gift I was picking. Was I even supposed to be here?
My phone rang suddenly. It was Alex.
"Hi." I answered.
"Hey. Where are you? I thought you were coming." He replied.
I would have if I wasn't in a gift shop right now.
I picked up a charm bracelet. It had seashells hanging on to it's gold chain.
"Caden's there." I said.
"Are you asking or telling?"
"You tell me."
"He's in the team, Sky. Why wouldn't he be here?" He asked.
I shrugged, knowing the fact that he couldn't see me. "Well, I'm not coming then. You won't find me anywhere where Caden is." I told him.
I heard him sigh.
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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...