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Off Limits by frini19
Chapter 7 : Meetings (AKA Snog Sessions)
 
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Teddy and I didn't get the chance to talk for the next few days. In fact, it wasn't until Thursday that we even said a sentence to each other.


"Teddy, can you pass the peas?" I asked him one night at dinner. Since our kiss he had begun to sit with us more, but for the most part, Gabrielle required his attention, either talking his ear off, whining or snogging him.


It pleased me when I continually saw him trying to break away from her and constantly looking really unenthusiastic to her kiss her.


I'm pretty sure Gabrielle noticed too.


She would get very grumpy and start tugging on Teddy's sleeves like a child.


"Yeah, sure," he said and handed me the peas. Our hands touched and I felt my face turn red and saw Teddy smirking at me, before turning back to Gabrielle.


That had basically been us. We would smile at each other from across the room at each other, sometimes both of us blushing and laughing, holding each other's eye contact.


Basically we had eye sex on a regular basis.


Yeah, I'm your regular old eye whore.


I was sitting in the Common Room, doing potions homework when a folded piece of parchment came flying over to me and landed on my work. I looked around and saw Teddy working across the room, his head deep in a book.


I opened the parchment and read it.


Vic,


We need to talk. About us and this whole situation.



Meet me in the Charms classroom at 8?



The cloak is waiting for you in Michael's room so that you won't get caught out after curfew (depending on how late this goes).



-T.L.



P.S. If we have time after talking, want to have snog session?



I giggled at the end of the letter looking up to see Teddy smirking at me. He raised his eyebrows, asking me if this sounded good and I nodded at him before heading up to Michael's room to get the cloak.


I walked in, not bothering to knock and looked around the room for the boys.


Instead I saw Madison and Aaron making out on his bed.


"RAH!" I screamed, covering my eyes with my hands. "THAT IS DISGUSTING! STOP THAT THIS INSTANT."


Waited a few seconds.


"HAVE YOU STOPPED?!" I yelled when I didn't get a response.


"Vic, why are you yelling?" I heard a voice from behind me say.


I turned and saw Jason standing behind me and pointed to Aaron and Madison, who were now readjusting their clothes.


Jason sighed. "I thought Michael was up here to babysit you two?"


Madison frowned. "We don't need to be babysat."


"If you keep this up you're going to need a babysitter," Jason said. "Now where'd Michael go?"


"BABY YOU LIGHT UP MY WORLD LIKE NOBODY ELSE," a screechy voice said from the bathroom.


I cringed. "I think he took a shower."


"Yeah and we were hoping to get some alone time," Aaron said, standing up.


"YOU DON'T KNOW, OH, OH."


"He can't really sing can he?" Madison said, putting her hands over her ears.


"YOU DON'T KNOW YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL, OH, OH."


"No he can't," I said, hiding behind Jason as Michael walked out of the bathroom, towel wrapped around his waist.


"THAT'S WHAT MAKES YOU BEAUTIFUL-oh," Michael said, stopping his singing/screaming. "Um, hi."


"Hi," Jason said. "Been listening to your sister's old One Direction albums?"


"Um," Michael said, awkwardly scratching the back of his neck. "Did everyone hear that?"


"Yeah," I said. "Everyone heard that."


"Well then," Michael said, realizing that he was only in a towel. "I should put some pants on."


"That'd be nice dude," Jason said.


"Well, Aaron and I are going to go," Madison said, dragging Aaron away. "We'll see you guys at dinner."


"Bye," Jason said. "Don't have sex! You will get pregnant and die! You hear me, Madison? DIE!"


"Whatever," Madison said, pushing past us.


"She's so sassy," Jason said, plopping down on his bed. "So, Tor, what brings you here to my lovely home?"


"Needed to talk with Michael," I said, walking over to Michael's bed and lying down.


"Ooo about what?" Jason asked.


"Stuff," I said, vaguely.


"Sexy stuff?"


"What's this about sexy stuff?" Michael asked, walking out of the bathroom with a pair of sweats on. "Jas, you aren't telling her about your hook ups are you?"


"Hook ups?" I asked, sitting up. "Have you been hooking up with more girls?"


Jason put his hands up innocently. "I can't help that they all want me."


"Yeah, it's not their fault they're crazy," Michael said, sitting down next to me and lying down. I glared at him, upset that he took my spot and then decided to just lie on him.


"Jerk," I said, resting my head on his stomach. "You took my spot."


"Sorry," Michael said, placing his arm across my stomach. "But this is my bed."


"So are you two dating yet?" Jason asked suddenly.


Michael and I looked at him, then looked at each other and then burst out laughing.


"No," Michael said, still laughing. "I'm actually getting over her."


"Really?" Jason asked, eyeing his arm around me.


"Yep," Michael said. "She isn't a very good kisser!"


"Hey!" I said, sitting up and hitting him in the chest before moving away from him. Jason laughed. "I'm not a bad kisser!"


"How would you know?" Michael asked me, laughing.


"I was told so!" I said, causing both Michael and Jason to stop laughing. Well, Michael just gave me an evil smirk, as if he were saying I told you so but Jason just gave me a confused look.


"Who have you kissed?" Jason asked.


"You don't know him," I said quickly.


"Well then tell me."


"Why do you want to know?


Jason cracked a smile. "You're bluffing."


"No I'm not!" I cried and stomped my foot.


"She's probably never been kissed before!" Jason said. "There's no shame in that, Tor."


"I've been kissed!" I said.


"By who?" Jason asked me.


"Alek Krum!" I said, spitting out the first name that came to mind.


Alek Krum was Mum's friend, Viktor Krum's son. He was a year older than me and attended Drumstrang. From what I understand, he's one hell of a Quidditch player, like his father was. I've known him forever and always thought that we'd be going to school together, because all his brothers went to Hogwarts, but for whatever reason, he went to Drumstrang. We kept in touch a lot, and he was always at the holidays with us, since his family lived here in England.


My burst caused the boys to stop laughing and look at me with wide eyes.


"No way," Jason said.


"There's no fucking way you kissed him," Michael said.


He seemed to be just as convinced as Jason was that I kissed him. Which was weird, because I was pretty sure that Michael knew that never happened.


"Yep," I said. "We snogged this past summer."


"Is that who's been sending you all those letters?!" Jason asked, sitting up, still in shock.


"Yeah," I said, not even lying. We did write, every year because we were friends. And with him not coming to Hogwarts, we had to keep up with each other. So we wrote letters to each other. "I'm mean we've written before-"


"So are you two dating?" Michael asked, interrupting me. I looked at him, wondering what the hell he was thinking, since clearly because I was doing whatever I was with Teddy, I was not dating Alek.


"No," I said, looking at Jason and Michael. "We aren't."


"So you just snogged the guy?" Jason asked. "No strings attached?"


"Not exactly," I said, because the way he said it made me feel like a slag. "We're friends and the moment was right so we snogged."


"Damn," Jason said. "Alek and Victoire. That'd be a nice looking couple."


"Jason," Michael said, looking at him worriedly. "You did not just call Alek Krum attractive."


"Come on, Mikey, you can't deny that he is," Jason said.


"Yeah, I can, because I don't look at guys that way," Michael said.


"Well I am completely straight and comfortable in my masculinity," Jason said, shrugging. "So I have no problem admitting a guy is attractive." Jason looked at his watch. "Now if you'll excuse me, I have a meeting to go to."


"A meeting?" I asked him.


"Yes, with an attractive Ravenclaw, who I cannot keep waiting," Jason said.


I sighed. "Should I lecture you now or later?"


"Later would be preferred," Jason said and headed out the door. "See you guys at dinner."


"He's not going to stop hooking up with random slags no matter how much I lecture him is he?" I asked Michael.


"Probably not."


"Well, I can still try."


Michael nodded. "So why did you come up here? Did you miss me that much?"


"Well, of course I missed my best friend," I said, sitting down on his bed opposite of him. "But I also heard that you had something for me."


"Right," Michael said and leaned down and pulled something out from his bed before throwing it at me. "Teddy brought this over earlier."


I folded the cloak up. "He wants to talk. About us."


"Do you think it's good?"


I bit my lip. "I think so. I think he wants to break up with Gabrielle."


"And you win," Michael said, smiling at me. "You get the dream guy."


"No, I don't get the dream guy," I said, hugging the cloak. "I get Teddy. Which is even better."






"Vic, will you pass the peas?" Teddy asked me over dinner.


I smiled at him. "Sure."


And then our hands touched and we both blushed.


"Thanks," he said, flashing a smile.


"No problem," I said, smiling back. I was perfectly content with smiling at him forever but Michael elbowed me in the side.


"Save it for later," he said under his breath.


"Shut it," I said and looked at Jason. "Jas, not that I don't enjoy seeing you suck face, could you please refrain from doing it while we eat?"


Jason pulled away from the Ravenclaw (different from the one he met up with earlier). "Fine." He looked back at the girl. "I'll meet you after dinner."


"Okay," she said and walked away.


"So that's what, the fifth Ravenclaw this week?" Madison asked, cheekily.


"Probably," Jason said, stuffing potatoes in his mouth.


"I don't know how they still hook up with you after seeing you eat," I said and looked up at the sound of flapping wings. "Oh, looks like the evening post is here."


There were always less owls in the evening than in the morning and I hardly ever got one, so I was surprised when one landed right on front of me. I frowned, confused and looked at the bird.


And then I smiled once I recgonized it.


"Hey there, Bogdon," I said, reaching to take the letter off of his legs. Once it was off, I said, "You're probably tired. Go sleep in the owlery and I'll give you a response tomorrow."


Bogdon made an owl noise and flew off, probably to go get a nice sleep.


It's a long flight to England from Bulgaria.


"Who wrote you?" Gabrielle asked.


I smiled and looked down at the messy scrawl of my name on the envelope. "Alek Krum."


"I haven't heard from Alek in forever," Teddy said.


"Oh, Tor talks to him all the time," Jason said, smiling cheekily at me. "Especially after their little snog session this summer."


"WHAT?!" Gabrielle yelled.


"What?!" Teddy said, his hair turning slightly red.


Oh joy, he's angry.


Merlin, his hair is like a mood ring.


"When did you kiss him?" Teddy demanded.


"This past summer," I said, because I knew I had to stick to my story. I tried to subconsciously tell him that it wasn't true, that it was a lie.


"That's so cute!" Gabrielle squealed. "Why didn't you tell me?!"


"Because it didn't really mean anything-"


"Oh that's such a lie," Gabrielle said. Teddy decided to stop talking to me and just looked at his food, his hair still red. "Your first kiss is always means something. Especially with someone like Alek Krum."


"It wasn't anything special, Gabs. It wasn't magical," I said. "It was just a kiss. I didn't even like him."


"Well, I think you should," Gabrielle said, matter-of-factly. "I think that you and this Alek guy should get together."


"He lives in Bulgaria," I said. "I don't like him in the first place, but having a relationship with someone who lives in Bulgaria would be quite difficult."


"I'm sure you could persuade him to come here," Gabrielle said suggestively.


"Stop," I said, getting up. "Now I have to tutor a first year at 8, so I need to go finish my homework." I looked at Teddy to see if he would still be meeting me. "Teddy?"


"Yeah?" He asked, looking up at me, still glaring slightly.


"Hagrid was wondering if you were still going to have tea with him tonight," I said. "At eight? Like you said you were going to?"


Teddy looked up at me and I pleaded for him to meet me. Just because he thought I snogged someone else didn't mean that he wouldn't want to meet me right?


He said he liked me.


"Yeah," Teddy said and I bit back a smile. "I'm still going to meet him."


"Okay," I said. "Good. I let him know if I see him."


Teddy nodded and looked back at his food, no longer glaring as much.


I walked out of the Great Hall and up to my dorm, Alek's letter in my hand. Once I reached my dorm, I sat down on the bed and opened it, figuring that I'd better read while I was alone so Gabrielle didn't maul me or point something out in the letter that wasn't there.


To the lovely Victoire,


See if Gabrielle was here, she'd be going off about how he liked me (which isn't true in anyway, shape or form)


Drumstang is fine. Normal stuff, just focusing on preparing for our N.E.W.T.S next year. Still trying to decide whether I want to go pro or if I should pursue a career as an Auror. I'm taking all the Auror courses and doing rather well, but I'm still not sure. Either way, I'd probably move back to London, since Mum has been missing me. She even wants me to transfer to Hogwarts, even though I only have a year and a half of school left.


I'm glad your O.W.L year is going smoothly. It can be tough, but I'm sure you can handle it.



You're still coming to the Burrow for Christmas right? Mum just sent me a letter saying we're going again, so I hope you're there. It's been too long since I last saw you and I miss your beautiful face.



I hope you haven't been accepting dates from any blokes, Merlin knows I have enough competition. And by competition, I mean your cousins taking you away from me during the holidays. How am I supposed to properly woo you if you spend more time with them then you do with me? I don't need some random blokes coming in and stealing you away just because I'm in Bulgaria.



Will see you soon.



Alek



I smiled down at the letter, putting it on my bed before grabbing a quill to respond. I looked at the clock and saw that I had 20 minutes before I had to meet Teddy.


I wrote a response, addressing everything but the fact that, for once, blokes were paying attention to me. I don't know why, but I felt like because Teddy and I weren't official, or had even talked about our relationship, that it shouldn't be included.


I took both letters and put them in the drawer of my bedside table, making sure that they were stashed under a few random letters so that Gabrielle wouldnít find them.


Sometimes she gets nosy (and bored) and decides to dig around in mine and Madison's lives.


And the fact that there was a boy involved in my life would make her EXTRA nosy.


Joy.


I put a simple charm on the drawer, locking it.


Gabrielle would give up if she couldn't get in the first time.


I looked at myself in the mirror and took in my appearance. I didn't look special, just had my hair in a ponytail and was wearing my school uniform. I looked down at Gabrielle's vanity and saw her make up.


I didn't know why, but I wanted to look good for Teddy. I didn't want to look like regular Victoire. I wanted him to look at me and think that I was pretty.


I wanted him to pick me. I told myself I wasn't going out without a fight. So I needed to fight for him.


I needed to be a girl.


I sucked in a breath and vowed that I would make my mother proud.


I pulled my hair out of my ponytail, giving my head a shake so that it didn't stay flat. My wavy hair managed to keep a consistent texture throughout, which is a rare and fabulous miracle.


I saw Gabrielle's mascara and grabbed it, applying it on as Gabrielle did the day of my fake date with Michael. Once it was applied I looked up and saw that it made my eyes look bigger; bringing more attention to my eyes. I grabbed the eyeliner and put it on my bottom eyelid, only applying a very light shade. Even though it was just two small touches, I felt like I had changed a lot.


I debated whether or not to change out of my uniform, and in the end decided not to. Normally, I would have changed into my PJs, but I knew that since I was fighting for Teddy, my PJs weren't really the best thing to wear. And I knew that if I changed into something else, that it would be strange.


So I did the next best thing.


I slagged up my outfit.


I unbuttoned on the first few buttons of my shirt, so that it showed some skin but not too much. I didn't want him to think that I was a whore.


I rolled my skirt a few times, so that it was now above my midthigh, the end touching my fingertips when my arms were down at my sides.


I looked back at the clock and saw that it was now 7:55. I took one last look at myself and smiled.


I was better at this whole girl thing than I thought.


My mother would be proud.


During the walk to the Charms classroom, I found that I was really nervous. My heart was racing, I had butterflies in my stomach; hell my palms were even sweaty. I kept wiping them on the invisibility cloak, trying to get the sweat off them. When I reached the classroom, I stood in front of the door, taking deep breaths.


I could do this.


I got this.


Teddy liked me.


He wanted to be with me (I think).


He asked me to meet him here.


He wouldn't have done that if he didn't want to be with me.


Right?


I pushed all my fears out of my mind. Teddy was in there waiting for me. I wasn't doing anything by waiting outside of the door.


Finally finding that Gryffindor courage that I was surprised I had I took a deep breath and pushed the door open.


And no one was in there.


I shut the door, figuring that Teddy was probably just a few minutes late. I was right on time, just as Mum taught me.


Damn French manners.


I sat down on a desk and faced the door. I picked up the book and started looking through it, waiting for Teddy to come in.


I got through the entire book and he hadn't arrived.


I looked up at the clock that hung above the door and saw that it was 8:05.

My stomach twisted in a knot.


I told myself that I was being irrational, that I was worrying over nothing.


He'd be here.


He said he would.


However, when it was 8:12, the knots in my stomach got worse and I couldn't convince myself otherwise.


Was...was Teddy blowing me off?


The thought made me want to hurl, and made the knots in my stomach fifty times worse.


I watched the clock, as if daring it to move.


And it did move.


It moved all the way to 8:15.


He was blowing me off. He lied to me.


I considered getting up but I found that I didn't want to move. While I wanted to get out of there, to save myself humiliation and the few shreds of pride I had left, I knew that I couldn't move.


I knew Teddy was going to be here.


And I just had to wait.


So I waited.


I waited for four more minutes and Teddy opened the door at 8:19.


He shut the door and leaned against it, almost like he was exhausted. The sight of him calmed all my nerves and I wanted nothing more than to run up and kiss him.


So I did just that.


I got off the table and walked up to him.


"Vic, I'm sorry-" but he didn't get to finish because I slammed my lips against his, wrapping my arms around his neck.


Teddy wove his hands around my waist, pulling me towards him, responding to my kiss enthusiastically before he pulled away. I tried to kiss him again, but he put one hand on my shoulder and pushed me back.


"Vic," he said, pushing me back and looking into my eyes. "Hi."


"Hi," I said, a little breathlessly.


"I'm sorry I was so late," Teddy said.


"It's fine," I said, leaning into kiss him.


"No it's not," he said. "Vic, can you stop trying to kiss me?"


I sighed and pulled back so that my arms weren't so tightly wrapped around his neck. "I'm sorry. You're just so kissable."


Teddy smirked. "I know."


I frowned at his smirking face and put some distance between us. "Arrogant asshole."


"You still fancy me," Teddy said, still smirking at me.


I leaned against the desk I was sitting on earlier. "Whatever. Now you were apologizing about something?"


"Right," Teddy said, his smirk leaving his face. "I'm sorry I was late. Gabrielle didn't want me to go, so she whined about it and followed me down to Hagrid's. Then Hagrid heard us and opened the door, inviting us in and I told Gabrielle that she had to leave. So then she left in a huff and I had to go into Hagrid's hut and make a few pleasantries before I made up some excuse about Head Boy duties. And then I was making my way up to the castle and I pulled the Map out and looked at it to see that Gabrielle was walking through this corridor." Teddy sighed and leaned his head against the wall, looking up at the ceiling. "I think Merlin hates me."


I snorted. "That's not true. He definitely hates me more."


Teddy turned his eyes back toward me, amusement in them. "That's probably true." He frowned. "You look different."


My face became hot, suddenly very aware of my appearance. He noticed. I didn't think I made such noticeable differences.


"Do I?" I asked, playing with the bottom of my skirt.


Teddy walked toward me, his eyebrows furrowed. "Yeah. Your hair is down and it was in a ponytail earlier. And your skirt is shorter and you-" His eyes went down to my chest quickly before looking back up at me. "You unbuttoned some buttons on your shirt." He leaned his face close to mine. "And I think you're wearing make up."


"Yeah," I said shyly, a slight smile on my face. "Yeah, I am. You pick up changes really quickly."


"Why did you change? Why are you dressed like that?" Teddy asked and I felt the smile drop. Teddy's eyes widened when he realized he hurt my feelings. "Not that you don't look good. You do but..."


"But?" I asked, looking up at him.


"But you don't need this," Teddy said, simply.


"I thought that, maybe I should put some effort into this," I said. "I thought that maybe you'd like me more, you'd pick me, if I actually tried and make myself look girly."


"You don't need to do this to make me like you," Teddy said. He reached up and pushed my hair behind my ear before cupping my face and resting his forehead on mine. "I like you. I want to be with you. I like the you that doesn't wear a whole lot of make up and who makes the school uniform look good without hitching the skirt up. Vic, I want you. The real you."


"Good," I said.


Teddy bit his lip. "I'm breaking up with Gabrielle tomorrow."


"Really?" I asked, unable to keep a smile from my face.


"Yeah," he said. "I want to be with you. And I can't want to be with you while being with her."


"Well, we can't exactly start dating the day after you break up with her," I said.


Teddy laughed. "Yeah, I know. We'll give it time. But I want this."


"I want this too," I whispered back to him. "Can I kiss you now?"


"Yeah," Teddy said, smiling down and leaning in. Our lips met, but before I could lose myself in the kiss, Teddy pulled away. "You didn't actually snog Alek did you?"


I couldn't help but laugh. "No, I didn't. But I accidently said that someone told me I was a good kisser to Jason and I couldn't exactly say it was you. Alek's name was just the first name to pop into my head."


"Okay, good," Teddy said. "I would hate to have competition."


"You could never have competition," I said, a little too truthfully.


"Good," Teddy said and caught my lips with his.


He was breaking up with Gabrielle. He was going to be mine. There wouldn't be sneaking around, or guilt or anything. I would be Teddy's and Teddy would be mine.


Just the way it should be.






I walked back up to the dorm that night, unable to control my happiness. I felt like I was on a high and that if I ever became more happy I might burst.


I pulled the cloak off when I got to the portrait and folded it up in my hands. Teddy and I didn't spend too much time in the Charms classroom and left at 9:30, only a half an hour after curfew.


I raced up to the dorm, wanting to curl up in bed and just hold onto the memory of tonight. However, when I opened the door, I saw that there was a very small chance of that happening.


Gabrielle was sitting on her bed, crying. Madison was by her side, rubbing her back.


I rushed over to her bed and wrapped my arm around her. "What's wrong?"


"My mom," Gabrielle got out before breaking into sobs.


I looked at Madison for an explanation.


"Her mom is in the psych ward at Mungo's," Madison explained. "Apparently, they found her on the streets of Knockturn Alley. She lost her mind because of all the drug usage."


"Oh my god," I said, pulling Gabrielle towards me, trying to comfort her but she pushed me away.


"I just want to be alone," she said, before going into the bathroom and locking the door.


I looked up at Madison, feeling extremely useless.


"Come on," Madison said, pulling me by the hand and out the door. "Gabrielle will probably want to be in bed when she gets out."


She pulled me out and I shut the door before leaning against the wall.


"I can't believe this," I said. "Poor Gabrielle."


"I know," Madison said. "When I first found her up there she wanted me to get Teddy, but then she said that he was at Hagrid's." She sighed. "Thank Merlin she has him."


"What do you mean?" I asked, and I felt the all too familiar feeling of guilt creeping back.


"Because he'll be there for her," Madison said. "Gabrielle knew something was up with her mom and the only person she would talk to about it was Teddy. Apparently, he helped her a lot. I think he's the reason she hasn't done anything rash, like when we first met her. She knows that he'll help her. Without him..."


"Let's not think about that," I said, looking at the ground, trying to hide my guilt.


"Yeah," Madison said. "I'm just glad he's with her. I hope he's around for a long time."


"Yeah," I said. "Me too."


Gabrielle wasn't doing anything to herself this time because she had Teddy. She didn't know that Teddy wanted to break up with her so he could be with me. She had Teddy and that made everything okay for her. That made her okay.


She needed him around.


I didn't need him. At least not in the way that Gabrielle did.


I liked him. I did.


But was he worth losing my best friend without ever having any hope of getting her back? Because she couldn't come back?


No. It wasn't.


I couldn't have Gabrielle hurting herself. I couldn't have her losing everything that she had worked so hard for. She had finally gotten over her totally shitty home life. And Why? Because of Teddy.


He couldn't break up with her for me. He couldn't break up with her, period. At least not now.


And I hated what I had to do.


I had to end things with Teddy.


I had to make sure that he stayed with Gabrielle.


I had to give up the one thing that I wanted most.


Merlin, these jokes really aren't funny anymore.






Dear the wonderful Alek,


I'm glad to hear that all is well at Drumstrang. As for your career problems, you can't really go wrong with either one. I mean, if I could play Quidditch, that'd be my first pick, but you should do what you want. You should talk to Ginny and Harry at Christmas, so that you can get a good view from both jobs. Either way I'm sure you'll be great. And you should come to Hogwarts! I've been telling you that since we were little, but do you listen? No.



This year is nothing I can't handle. I mean, I'm me. And I'm pretty awesome.



Of course I'm coming to the Burrow! I don't think Mum would have it any other way. So don't worry you will see my average face soon. I miss you too, and I especially miss beating you at Wizarding Chess.



And as for the date issue, you have lots of competition. Yes, this year, boys seem to find my clumsiness very attractive. I've had to make James and Fred my bodyguards so that I can go to classes in peace. You have some competition. Honestly, I don't even remember what you look like since all these boys are just trying to take me on dates all the time. It's such a hassle.



In case you couldn't tell, that was sarcasm. As usual, I'm getting about as much attention as a white crayon. So don't worry, just because you're in Bulgaria does not make you far from my heart, since no one else seems to want it, I guess you can have it.



So this is a bit awkward but can I ask you to do something for me? If you get a letter from someone claiming to be my friend, asking if we've kissed, could you say yes and that it meant nothing? Thanks.



It's cold in Scotland. I could use my human snuggie, so I can't wait to see you.



Victoire







A/N: Here's chapter 7! Yay! And in even more exciting news, I am now a senior in high school!!! Woo! So that means it's summer break, which hopefully means that I will be writing more frequently.


I think my favorite part in this chapter was Michael singing "What Makes You Beautiful" by One Direction. Yes, I am a One Direction fan. Iím seeing them soon too!


So what did you think? Did you like it? Hate it? What did you think of Alek? What was your favorite part? Quote? Character? Couple? Scene?


LET ME KNOW IN THE LITTLE REVIEW BOX BELOW :D :D




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