Bad Move. Bad Boy.
I fell in love.
Yes, I couldn’t believe it at first too, but I have to admit it. The boy I love is not someone of my level; he is not a player, bad boy or a rock band member. He is the nerd, Brian Miller, and I am the school’s main bitch. Things could be easy, if he wouldn’t choose some shy girl over me after I opened up to him, and told about my feelings. That was the worst experience in life, the moment I just wanted to forget and move on like all the broken hearts do. Just not my luck. Cause the annoying Blake Patterson, aka the school’s new bad boy heard our conversation. Now it’s impossible for me to move on that painful moment of my life because Blake blackmails me every time he has the chance to.
That’s how my life went from perfect to mostly insupportable, but little did I know that making Blake’s dares, and spending time with him because of his threats, makes me move on, and gets me attached to the person I don’t need to.Such a bad move Mia, such a bad move.
“Look, just don’t tell anyone about this,” I asked him, with a cracking whisper, almost desperate. I wanted to cry, I was hurt, and kind of lost because of mine and Brian’s conversation, but I am not going to let my tears in front of this moron that had seen enough of my weak side.
“You will have to try a little so I keep my mouth shut,” I know he is happy to find the way to manipulate me.
“What do you want?” I asked directly, because I was tried, and wanted to go home faster.
“You will see princess, you will see…”
“I am not playing your game Blake!”
“It’s our game Mia, you are just loosing it.”