"You don't have to be such a bitch about it." Jake says glaring at me as he sits on the hood of his car with his arms crossed over his chest.
I scoff and roll my eyes and copy his actions by crossing my arms over my chest. "I wouldn't have to be a bitch about it, if you just accept the fact that you're going to be a dad!"
"No, I wouldn't have to accept the fact that I'm going to be a dad if you didn't fucking spread your legs!"
"Oh so this is my fault now is it?" I say raising my eyebrow at him. "Last time I checked it took two to tango."
Jake rolls his eyes and shakes his head. "I'm not accepting that child." He says pointing at my flat stomach where our child is slowly growing.
"So you throw insults at me just to tell me that you're not going to raise our child?" I ask shaking my head at him as he stares at me with a blank look.
"You got that right. If you're not going to get rid, you might as well take care of it on you own cause I'm not helping." He says pushing himself off his car and I roll my eyes.
"Very mature of you Jake Ryan." I huff out before walking away from him.
For Eden Wrancaster, life was already hard as it was. Having the perfect attendance in her senior class and being the head cheerleader at Asheville High, life couldn't seem overwhelming than it did.
That is until Jake Ryan, Asheville High's ultimate bad boy and quarterback of the highschool's football and soccer team, and Eden's arch enemy walks into Eden's life one night and chages her life completely with one thing.
Can Eden and Jake change their differences for their sake of their unborn child?
Or will they continue on hating each other making their child get in the middle of the stupid fued that happened many years ago?
Find out in, Cry Baby.