MoboReader> Romance > The Gang Leader's Girl

   Chapter 9 Saving Me.

The Gang Leader's Girl By Makayla Scott Characters: 13152

Updated: 2018-06-21 03:48


"When someone is crying, of course the noble thing to do is to comfort them. But if someone is trying to hide their tears, it may also be noble to pretend you do not notice them."

- Lemony Snicket

************************************************

The day passed without a single hitch, besides the whole Axel incident that happened during first period. Turns out I had Biology with Angelo, math with Kina, and lousy P.E with both Rylan and Axel and even Camila was in gym class as well.

I grabbed the same notebook that Mrs. Porter had giving me (I had to use the same notebook for every class.) and looked over at Rylan who was standing next to me.

He picked up his government notebook and shoved it into his bag, which made me mentally cringe. His bag was a mess, he had loose papers that were cramped and scattered into his bag, and the few papers that did manage to get into folders were sticking out from the corners. His lack of organization made me uncomfortable.

"I'll meet you at my car, okay?" Rylan said, putting the landfill I mean, bag over his shoulders.

"Yes, Sir." I mock saluted.

We walked over to the door and waited for the bell to ring so we could leave.

"There are 3 minutes left of class, none of you should be lining up at the door. What are we? In kindergarten?" Mr. Hipp spoke from his desk.

"Besides, I dismiss you, not the bell." He added on.

I sighed annoyed, Mr. Hipp was an older man that took his job way too seriously. He had light grey hair that looked like he hasn't brushed it in weeks and silver metal glasses that rested at the border of his nose.

"If the bell doesn't dismiss us, then what's the point of it even being there?" I huffed quietly to myself.

Apparently, Rylan had heard what I said because he started crackling at me. I glance over at him from the corner of my eye over to him, satisfied that I made him laugh.

After the long torturous 3 minutes, the bell finally rang. I've never been so glad to get out of a class in my life.

"Wait!" Mr. Hipp stopped us.

The whole class simultaneously groaned and turned our attention back to our wicked government teacher.

"Have a great day." He smiled evilly at us.

What a dirty rotten teacher.

The students rolled out of the room, entering the hallways that were crowded tight with kids going in every direction. I looked around for Rylan but I lost him in the sea of people, it's moments like this where I wished I had better genetics. If I wasn't so dang short I might be able to see where the hell I needed to go.

In all honestly, I'm not even sure how to get back to the main entrance of the school that Rylan and I entered this morning. How was I suppose to get back to his car when I had no idea where it's at?

As the hallways cleared I tried to find something that I remembered seeing earlier this morning, but nothing looked familiar. I let out a deep sigh, what am I going to do now?

I kept walking the now completely emptied halls until I finally saw a set of double doors that led outside. I pushed them open and walked out, from the looks of it, I'm guessing I'm at one of the sides of the school.

At least you finally made it outside.

I couldn't agree with myself more. I started walking in the direction that I thought was where the front of the school was when something grabbed my attention from the corner of my eye.

I looked over at the mysterious shadow that was leaning against the wall of the school. I squinted my eyes to try to get a better look at them but it was too dark, the shadow of the school masked them well. From how large the person was I'm certain it was a guy or maybe, a rather large girl.

"Hello, Mia." The deep voice said, stepping out from the darkness.

I immediately recognized the boy from English class, I don't know what his name is though.

He had black hair that laid easily on his head and hard, piercing blue eyes, that for th

Plus, you wouldn't have to trouble yourself about coming in and having to rescue me again." I continued.

He stared at me for a few moments before answering.

"Fine, we'll start tomorrow after school, no excuses." He spoke, accepting my offer.

"And this doesn't mean we are friends." He stated.

We pulled into the driveway of Rose's house, I looked over and saw that Rylan's car was parked right next to us. He is probably worried sick.

"Deal, " I say, getting out of his car.

I don't want to be your friend anyway.

"Oh by the way." I start. "Thank you, for you know, saving me, " I said awkwardly.

Axel shook his head and restarted his car. I shut the door and watched him back out of the gravel driveway and leave.

I looked back over the house and took a deep breath. I walked to the front door and open it quietly, hoping nobody would notice. I snuck inside and started heading up the stairs when someone calls my name.

"Mia? Is that you?" Rylan asked, his voice coming from the living room.

I bolted up the stairs as fast as I could, Rylan couldn't see me like this. I ran up both flights of stairs and ran into the bathroom next to Axel's room. I closed the door and locked it, I leaned my back against the wooden door and closed my eyes, trying to control my panting.

But every time I close my eyes I just see his face and feel his hands on my body, making me feel even dirtier. I walked over to the mirror and looked at myself. My dark brown hair was a frizzy, sweaty mess and my blue eyes looked ghostly. My cheek was a reddish-purple color, indicating it was, in fact, going to bruise.

You're helpless.

You provoked him.

You should have left when I told you too.

My blood started to boil at my own thoughts, in a blinded anger I swept my hands across bathroom sink, sending everything falling to the ground. I knocked the toothbrushes, toothpaste, hand soap, all of it onto the floor.

I walked over to the shower and turned the cold water on, I then stripped down naked and got into the shower and slid my back down the side of a wall. I brought my legs to my chest and let the cold water hit my back, hoping it would wash away the feeling of his hands on me. But I knew it wouldn't.

Tears started to blur my vision and I made no effort to stop them. The tears started rolling down my face, mixing in with the water. A sob wrecked my body, sending me shaking. I tried to control my breathing but it was no use, the tears wouldn't stop.

I just sat there crying all my anger and desperation out.

It wasn't my fault.

It wasn't my fault.

It wasn't my fault.

Free to Download MoboReader
(← Keyboard shortcut) Previous Contents (Keyboard shortcut →)
 Novels To Read Online Free

Scan the QR code to download MoboReader app.

Back to Top