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   Chapter 14 The Ex

The Billionaire's Daughter By magbmara Characters: 6370

Updated: 2018-01-24 19:03


Two months after my birthday when everything has been going great, the bullies were ignoring me, Franco and I's friendship is stronger than ever.

With everything that I have been through, I thought I was prepared for the worst thing that could probably happen during my teenage life, but I guess I was wrong.

While in the Ladies Washroom eavesdropping was not my hobby but most of the time I can't help it. I tried to be inconspicuous so I always end up hiding in one of the cubicles when the bullies start to gossip.

"I heard there was this new transferee again from Public school. What is happening to our headmaster? Always accepting poor people to study here."

"I know. She seemed pretty though and all the guys want to get to know her."

"Well, if she will be that popular we might as well befriend her so we can control her fame."

"Francine, if you wish to guard your status all you need to do is hook up with Rob."

"Don't tell me I tried several times but he's just not in to me. He said I was too slutty for his type. Stop laughing!"

"Well, one thing about Rob is that he is honest as hell. And. . . he is very good looking and he looked delicious."

"Alexa, stop talking about my future boyfriend like a piece of meat"

"Well, you can't blame her, that piece of man is so beefy and hot I can already feel myself getting wet just looking at him."

"You're all sluts! You know that?"

"That's why we're friends!"

"Geez, come on, stop with this nonsense so we can go meet this new girl you were all raving about."

"Don't be jealous Francine, you will still be the bitchiest of them all."

"Shut up Jas!"

Ignoring my curiosity about the new girl, I decided to go to the library since it was my free period.

Franco was already waiting for me when I arrived and he seemed distressed.

"Hey Franco, why do you look like you've eaten something sour?"

"Nothing

I did not realize that Saphira was standing just outside my room, looking at me with her concerned eyes, or was it laced with hurt? Is she hurting because of what I did at the library or was it because she saw me crying?

"Saphira. What are you doing here?"

I turned my back on her and tried to control these emotions I am feeling. I was scared of what she will think and was afraid to hurt her in any way.

I felt her approach and she hugged me to her.

"Franco, if you're not ready to tell me its okay. I will just be here for you even if you don't want me to."

"I'm sorry if I shouted at you. I'm just. . ."

"Shhh. . . its okay. Just do whatever it is you have to do. I will just be here to support you. For once, you can lean on my shoulders. You have been with me in every hurt and pain since we met, now it's my turn to show you that I truly care about you."

"Saphira. . ."

And so for the first time after Madeleine left me, I cried. Not the sobbing and heart wrenching cry, but a silent pleading from my heart to let go of the pain that previously haunted me. The pain that seemed to hide when I met this wonderful girl hugging me. I let go of the fear of getting hurt and rejection. I cried to let go of the past, so I can welcome my future.

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