Living with the Orphan
"You care about my reputation?" He asked slyly, coming closer.
I didn't glance at him as I tried to control my blushing. "No." I lied.
He knew I wasn't being truthful. He took a sideways step closer. "Why?"
"Why shouldn't I?" I asked, ignoring his question. "It's just a chase to you, isn't it?"
I looked at him as he frowned. "What?" He asked, suddenly confused.
I stared at him until he lowered his eyes.
"You're going after me because I won't kiss you or even go out with you but as soon as I do, you'll stop because the chase will have ended." I said, matter of fact.
"No!" He exclaimed, shocked.
I smiled dryly and pushed myself off the stairs."Good try but I'm not that dumb." I said and turned around to leave but he grabbed me by the shoulders and kissed me on the lips.
My legs melted as he deepened the kiss. I put my hands around his neck and passed them through his soft hair. Never mind about the chase. This was where I wanted to be.
Oceane has been an orphan since she was four, and after eleven painful years, she finally learns that she has an indirect relative in Canada. So from France, she arrives and meets the five kids:&amp;nbsp;
Alice, Jack, Nicolas, Gabriel and Rose.
They're all cocky, yet randomly nice at times.&amp;nbsp;But how hard will it be for Oceane to fit in with this glamorous family?
*CURRENTLY UNDERGOING EDITING* -- It will still make sense, I'll just slowly rewrite some parts and I apologize for some cheesy parts; I wrote this when I was 12...