Love me or Hate Me? (FINISHED)
Author: Justinbieberlover

Chapter 22

I walked into the room and locked the door. Not that it matters. That ass probably has the keys and will come in and bother me... like always. I looked at my phone and saw that it said Tuesday. Tuesday? Doesn't that make today a scho-
I ran off the bed and looked at the time... 11:06am. "Dammit!" I ran out the room, grabbed the keys and ran out the door. Of course before I could make it down the second flight of stairs, James grabbed me and pinned me against a wall. "Let me go James!"
"Where are you going?" He looked at the keys in my hand and tried to take them, but me being the quick (and bad idea) thinker I am, I stuck them in my bra. "You know I'll grab them."
I glared. "Let me go, James."
"Where are you going?"
"Somewhere. Now move!" I looked at the watch on my arm and saw that it was now 11:10am. "Dammit move James!" He didn't. He just tightened his grip on me, which meant out bodies were touching and I was really pinned against the wall now. I sighed. "Can you please let me go already?"
"Where are you going?"
"Somewhere! You don't need to know!" He looked into my eyes and I felt my knees start to weaken. Do not fall for that Isabelle! He kissed Candy for crying out loud. Do not fall for it!! I listened to the voice in my head and looked away. "You know if you didn't have all these damn muscles," that I really want to touch, "You wouldn't have me pinned here."
"I know. I'll let you go once you tell me where you're going. Are you leaving because of what happened with Candy?"
I lost whatever calmness I had when he said that. "Are you seriously asking me that? I don't give to flying fishes what happened with you and that tramp. If you haven't noticed, today is Tuesday. And we have school."
"Your point would be what?" He grinned evilly and I rolled my eyes.
"My point is that I never miss school. And playing around here isn't helping me very much!"
He sighed and leaned in to kiss me. I panicked and did the first thing I could think of. I lifted my knee and he fell to the ground. "What the fuck was that for?!" He gasped.
"I don't know! I panicked. Um..." I turned around and ran down the stairs. I stopped midway and saw that I was still in my 'out of school' clothes. So here are my options. I can miss one day. Or I can go to school and show off my so-called nice body.
I sighed and turned back around to walk up the stairs.
Again, right as I was going to walk in, James grabbed me, and pinned me against the wall. Again.
"You. Owe. Me."
I sighed. "What do you want me to do, James. I don't have time to play with yo-" Mid sentence, he smashed his lips on mine. I was going to pull away, I really was, but I felt something.
It was different than the other two kisses. This one was more... real. Like he felt what I felt real.
I pulled him closer with one hand and reached for the door knob with the other. I opened the door and pulled away. I took a deep breath and tried to return my breathing back to normal. "There. Debt repaid."
He nodded no and pulled me closer to him again. This time, he had my back against the door (damn this boy likes having me against the wall!) and was kissing me even harder then before. I sighed to myself for letting this happen. I want to move on but we are getting married... Still.
He lifted my leg and put it around his waist. I groaned in response and tried to pull away but he didn't let me.
After about ten seconds, I bit his lip and knew that was the que to stop. I pulled away and took a deep breath. He rested his forehead on mine and looked into my eyes. You know you wanna kiss him again, Is. Just do it! Woo! I ignored the voice in my head and walked away. He didn't follow, which was good.
I walked outside onto the balcony and sat down, eyes closed. "What is happening to me." I sighed and tried to think. This was not going to be easy.


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