"I said I was sorry, Andy," Jayce said. I didn't want to talk to him.
"Saying it, and meaning it, are two very different things, Jayce." I crossed my arms, and turned my back to him, staring out the window. I could feel him staring at me.
"I do mean it. I shouldn't have done that. I shouldn't have said that. I just met you yesterday. I'm sorry, Andy, I really am." I shook my head.
"That's what they all say."
"But I really do mean it."
"Okay. Whatever." I turned back to face the TV. He stared at me the whole time. "What do you want from me, Jayce?"
"You didn't accept my apology."
"That's because I don't exactly trust it."
"I don't know."
"Well, you can't hold a grudge against someone if you don't know why."
"Yes I can. I'm doing it right now."
Andy Rogers is going to college on a scholarship, but she has no place to stay due to family finances. When she sees an ad online for an extra bedroom in an apartment complex across the street from the campus, she books the spot as soon as possible. She didn't expect to see a beautiful apartment, only for it to be filled with three very obnoxious, yet adorably handsome, boys. And they would do absolutely anything to drive her nuts. So, being the sarcastic, yet lovable, girl she is, she did the same thing.
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