chapter three !

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"Alright, well, I'll see you next Tuesday," I said. Tuesday's were when Jordyn danced.

I smiled and started to walk away before I heard my name being called behind me.

I turned around and asked, "Yes?"

"Would you like to come over? To get to know Jordyn better of course," Grayson asked as he played with the hem of his shirt.



When I arrived at Grayson's house, I noticed that there was already a car in the driveway as well as his own.

I turned the car off and got out before locking the car. I hope he's not trying to get in my pants, I thought as I walked up to the door. Grayson told me to just come in when I got there, so that's what I did.

"Miss Brianna!" Jordyn yelled, running towards me.

"Hey, little one!" I laughed, squatting down to hug her.

"Maya, you can go home now," I heard from the living room.

"Bye, Mr. Dolan," a girl, presumably Maya, said as she walked down the hall, closer to me. She smiled at me and left the house.

"Grayson?" I called.

I heard a few footsteps and I got up from my squatting position. "Hey, Bri," he grinned when he saw me.

"Hi," I grinned as well.

"Miss Brianna! Miss Brianna! Come play Barbies with me!" Jordyn shouted, running down the hallway, to the living room.

"She loves her Barbies," Grayson chuckled.

I laughed as well and followed Jordyn down the hall. When I got to their living room, there was a huge Barbie Mansion set up with more than ten Barbies laying on the ground around it.

"Are these all yours, Jordyn?" I asked squatting down next to her.

"Yep!" she grinned, "Daddy and uncle Ethan and auntie Cameron bought me all them!"

"They're my siblings," Grayson said as he sat down on the coffee table next to Jordyn's mansion.

"Today at school this girl named Marie asked me to be friends with her and I had to say no since I already have five friends and Jasmine said that you can't have more than five friends," Jordyn said, picking up a blonde barbie in a purple romper.

"That's not true," Grayson said, looking towards his daughter, " You can have as many friends as you want."

"Yeah, I had lots of friends when I was your age!" I said.

When I finished talking, I noticed Grayson smiling at me. He looks so good, I thought as I smiled back at him.


It was about nine when I left. Grayson put Jordyn to bed at about seven and I decided to stay and watch a movie, since it was Saturday night and I had no plans for the following day.

"It's getting late," I said as I got up from the couch, "I should go."

"Okay, I'll walk you out to your car," Grayson said as he got up as well. We walked down the hall to the front door where their was a neat stack of little girl and large men's shoes and one pair of black Vans on the other side. We both slipped on our shoes and left, Grayson lightly closing the door behind him.

"I just wanted to ask real quick... Will there be a second date?" Grayson asked.

"Well, I would hope so. But I think I'd need your number to make plans first," I smiled as I opened the driver's door to my car.

"Give me your phone, I'll put in my number," he chuckled.

I grabbed mt phone from my back pocket and opened it before handing it to him. He gave it back within a minute or so, complete with his number. "Thanks," I smiled.

"Are you doing anything tomorrow? When I was putting Jor to bed she asked if you would hang out tomorrow. You don't have to if you don't want to though," Grayson said.

"Unfortunately, I have to practice for a big competition from 10 to three tomorrow. But you're both welcome to come," I responded.

"Okay, well I'll see you tomorrow," he said.

"Bye," I smiled, opening my car door and getting into it.

Grayson smiled back and I drove out of his driveway.

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