"We can....not do... this," my voice trembled as I stared at his pretty eyes. I wondered how one could be so elegantly proportioned and intimidating too. "I do not think so, Dabby. Never really been a stickler for rules," his deep voice resonated irresistibly in my ears, and they sent tremors down my body to churn down my belly. 'Just how could I be this screwed?' *. *. *. *. *. The day my clumsy and boring life became more upside down, was the day the hottest and most intimidating guy in school, Damien became my stepbrother. He was HOT! And HOT-tempered. My life in school became so messed, because no one could ever find out that we now lived in the same house as siblings. Worst of all, he messed with my life and shattered my peace at every chance he could. 'Who made the rules? Who shouldn't break them?' Not until my friend Mason showed up at school, and suddenly became a rival and an enemy to my hot step brother in school. Okay, things were about to get really bad for me. And it did. I became a major subject for school scandals. 'A badass that was too irresistible? How could my poor self handle every inch of him? In the same house?' Maybe there was a little more to Damien Anderson. A world nobody could see.View More
Damien:I drove long hours to the suburbs of town, and ended up renting an inn there to stay the night. I had planned to go to a five star hotel initially, but I changed my mind and remained at the nature peaceful inn. When my phone popped an email notification, I hurriedly checked it to see what it was about, but was quickly disappointed when I realized that it wasn't what I wanted. I was looking for my mum, and I heard she moved to the Czech republic. It had been fifteen years since she left, and it was hard for me to act like I didn't care. Though I still resented her strongly for leaving in that manner, I wanted to know that she was doing well at least. Ever since she married dad, he was usually verbally abusive, and sometimes physically to her. She couldn't handle it after four years and left alone, after he said that she could never take me with her. We moved almost immediately after she left, which would have made it harder for her to trace us even if she wanted to. Dad
Dabby: The mere mention of the word humiliated me, causing me to stand up abruptly without even glancing at the person who had uttered it. The sound of their taunting laughter echoed in my mind, driving me almost insane. 'I refuse to be the subject of ridicule again. I refuse.'I repeated inwardly in my mind, as I struggled to focus my blurry eyes. I stumbled and fell again because I stumbled on someone's leg, and I was back to the same spot that I had left minutes ago. I was demeaned over again, and it really hurt my heart so much. All I could ask myself was why Damien was doing that to me."Why are you doing this to me?" I whimpered painfully, without looking up to see who exactly I was talking to."It would multiply, everytime you cross my part," I heard the derisive voice, and I couldn't hold myself again. 'Was that the guy that I had dinner with days ago together?' I struggled to stand up again the second time, and picked to my heels before another misery would meet me.
Dabby: Mum and Mr. Anderson left the table shortly after Damien did, while I was left to do the packing plates that were still filled with leftovers of healthy meals to the kitchen. While I was busy clearing the dishes, I saw Damien angrily storm past through the kitchen's door with some things in his hand. That was when I knew that he was really mad, and there was no way that he wasn't planning to drive away in that state. I ran after him because he really seemed so pissed, and I think I caused a 90% if it. If his father hadn't talked about me in the conversation, then it would have probably gone better than it did. Damien please wait," I called after him because he was walking too fast, and I knew that the moment he entered the car it would be over, "I am sorry for what happened," I continued, when I realized that he wasn't going to answer me. However, he turned to look at me with an appalled look on his face and came out of the car, asking me why I was sorry. He even looked
Damien: Dabby's actions continued to remain puzzling to me, even after I returned to my room for the night. For a second, I thought that she was going to do exactly what I had pictured her doing, but she remained stuck on a spot after she leapt on her toes. She was just staring at me and it was really annoying that I pushed her off my lane, and entered the house immediately. It honestly took me aback for a few seconds. Maybe because I had envisaged what I thought she wanted to do, and that she didn't end up doing made me feel kind of disappointed. It was a feeling I just felt, and I hated. It wasn't a big deal to kiss a girl, but I had never imagined it with someone like Dabby. And when she got into a position that made me assume, thoughts that just came from nowhere considering the incident we had a few days ago. Everything just became really annoying. Considering that I was really pissed off about the entire issue, it made even living together as a family of four harder
Dabby: Avoiding Damien for the next few days was going to be easy, because of how things were. I wasn't going to school, and I usually went downstairs after everyone had left the house. I took strolls in the evening to the cafe to help Mason out, as the new part-timer at the cafe. His mum hired me immediately he told her over the phone, and he also did the paperwork that documented me as an employee. The entire week for school was gone already, and mum suggested that I resumed the next week instead of a day to weekend. I also talked to her about my new job, but she didn't seem too pleased. "Darling. You said you wanted to study medicine, or nursing science. Aren't working jobs going to distract you from your studies? I mean I can give you the money you want if that is a problem," she tried to cajole me with her sweet and seductive words, but I wasn't going to fall for it even if I knew that she wanted the best for me."I'll be fine mum. It is just in the evenings, and I can st
Dabby: My actions keep disturbing my head, and all I could feel was heavy mortification the more I thought of it. It was hard to understand in my head why I did that, and what was causing me to do that. One thing I knew was for sure; I had gone crazy. I was on my way to meet Mason as promised the next day after school hours, because I was given a three day leave from school to recover. I was feeling better from the usage of pills and the shots I received, which was an ascertainment that I was good to go. Being home alone wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, because I got to watch movies, play loud music and eat as I liked. The only downside about it, was what I had been trying to avoid ever since; Missing classes. But it was already inevitable because of what happened, and I just had to enjoy the moment while it lasted. There was no mum, Mr. Anderson or Damien. It was just me alone. I tried to arrange the pieces of the paper that I found at our old home, and it was much
Damien: Dad came back home with the boxes they had taken on the trip, and we barely even talked like people who had not seen each other in days. He called Joanne to know if there was anything that she would need, and that was how I knew that Dabby had been transferred to another hospital under dad's family name. He asked if I would like to go and see how she was doing, but I rejected the offer saying that I wanted to do an assignment. The thought that I actually left her home without caring to know if she was okay, haunted me in some kind of ways. 'She could have died.' My mind constantly whispered to me and I scoffed aloud. They came back home and it wasn't hard to hear from my room, because the house had become more rowdy with everyone back home. I knew I was going to hate it so much, because Dad was going to have so much to talk about. It was time for dinner already, and I knew that it would be a family dinner which we have not had in months. In the past, we usually ordered f
Dabby: I woke up a day later after they had flushed out the excess dosage of drugs that I had taken, which helped me feel so much better. It was still so unbelievable for me to see mum back and around me, that it kind of felt like she was a stranger. Mr. Anderson came back to check on me too, while mum remained around to assist me and keep my company. The only person I didn't see was Damien. That jerk. During my stay in the hospital, I knew I was losing my mind probably because I felt sick. All I could hear in my head was Damien's voice, and his face kept appearing before me. He didn't come around, but I could even see him more than I saw mum. His image became stuck in my mind in some kind of addictive way, that I couldn't figure out what was wrong with me. It was putting some kind of fear in me, but I concluded that it was as a result of drug overdose. While we returned back home from the hospital in mum's car, she asked me what happened to my head. She said she noticed
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