Author: multicrazybabygirl PM
-One Shot- It has been twelve days. Twelve day. He had broken up her and yet he felt like she had ripped out his heart. She always knew how to make him react.Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Drama - Words: 1,957 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 2 - Published: 02-04-12 - Status: Complete - id: 2994526
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Jayden- third person point of view
Rebecca- first person point of view
I hope you like it.
His lips twitched as he laid there. His head burned and his eyes were swollen. It has been twelve days. Twelve day. He had broken up her and yet he felt like she had ripped out his heart. She always knew how to make him react.
His parents were down stairs, when he walked down there. His mother smiled, when she saw him, but the smile disappeared once she noticed his swollen eyes.
"Good morning, Jayden," she said.
He grunted his reply before making himself a bowl of cereal. His father watched him from the newspaper in front of him and shook his head.
He remembers what it felt like to be in love. He and his wife used to be like a roller coaster, when they were dating. They never really knew when their roller coaster relationship would end until his wife found out she was pregnant with Jayden. He asked her to settle down with her and she said she would. They have been happy since with the occasional fight. Now, his son was in that same kind of relationship.
Jayden had inherited his father's jealous streak. He became jealous every time some gangster wannabe would even look at his woman, but now they were broken up and she hasn't been coming to class at their high school since they broke up.
Jayden looked up, when he turned around from the counter. Both of his parents were staring at him and he acted like they weren't. He sat at the table in front of his mother and beside his father. He stared out of the window as he thought of his mistake.
The school bell rang; signaling school was in. Jayden walked down the hall with his buddies, but paused. Rebecca stood at her locker with her back to them. This was the first time in twelve days he had saw her and she looked even better than he did.
Rebecca looked up from her locker and saw Jayden. He watched as she quickly closed her locker door and walked down the opposite side of the hall. He began to follow her, but stopped.
Nobody knew about them except for their parents and his best friend, Will, who he could trust. Other than that nobody knew. He walked to his locker and took out his binders and school books for his next three classes.
After that, he made his way to his homeroom. Rebecca sat as far away from him as she could in homeroom, but still it was hard not to look at him. To look at what a mistake he had been to her. To feel the mistake he had cause upon her underneath her hand.
Two more months, she thought. Two more months I would be out of high school and Jayden will be gone forever. He will never find out about our mistake because of what he had done. I thought he loved me.
Jayden looked back at her as she laid her head in her arms on her desk. She looked so scared. He was being an idiot, when they broke up. She never told him the guy she was seeing after school that whole week was her brother. How was he supposed to know?
He had beaten up Rebecca's older brother thinking she was cheating. He had dumped her thinking she had cheated, but he found from one of her last calls the man was her brother and nothing more.
He wanted Rebecca back. He would do anything. Rebecca looked up at Jayden's piercing staring, but quickly looked away. He wanted to look back at him, so he could see her piercing green eyes that he loved.
Jayden watched her the whole day. He wanted to feel her warm skin against his again. He wanted to feel her soft lips against his and hear her beautiful voice say his name again, but he could not. He had no right.
He had hurt her brother over jealousy and he had called her names to her face like slut, whore, and other horrible names. He wishes he could take back, but there would be not taking him back in his mind.
I just have to see her, he thought, before stepping into his car, after school was over.
My lips stung as I bite into it. I was walking home like I normally do from school because I find it easier to think, when I am walking. Jayden had kept looking at me all day and I tried my best not to look at him. My brother, Shaw, had a cast around his arm thanks to Jayden. Shaw understands why Jayden did it and is willing to forgive him if we were to get back together.
My brother sat on the couch, when I walked in. He smiled and I sat beside him. We were closer than anything.
He had come home from college to comfort me, when I found out about Jayden and my mistake. I had no clue how I was going to tell Jayden, but it doesn't matter now. Jayden isn't mine, anymore and he certainly isn't our mistake's anymore.
Shaw looked at me. "So how did it go?"
I looked out the window behind our television. "Jayden wouldn't stop looking at me. His eyes were sort of red though like he had been crying, but I am not sure."
He nodded. "When are you going to tell him?"
I shrugged. "I don't know."
We fell quiet as Shaw's football game came back on the television. I laid back with my head on a pillow and my feet touching Shaw's leg. I went up to my bedroom a couple of minutes later because I need to think.
My mother was disappointed in me, now. She had hoped I would go to college before the mistake, but I couldn't give up Jayden and my mistake. I couldn't. She had been just like me. Her and my father, before he died. They and Jayden's parents were a like. Having a child right after high school and I think that is why Jayden is so attracted to me because our parents were similar, but I am not sure. My mother respects my discussion, but she is just hoping I tell Jayden before it all happens.
I stood at my window that overlooked the front yard. My head was thinking about Jayden and I watched as a black Honda pulled into the driveway. Jayden. What does he want? Me? Or to hurt my brother some more? I watched as he stepped out and looked up at my window. He waved and I waved shyly back.
He began to walk toward my front door and I walked down the stairs. Shaw already had the door open and Jayden was explaining that he thought my brother was some gangster want-to-be that was trying to steal me away from him.
I practically ran to him. My arms wrapped around his waist and brother closed the front door to give us some privacy because we were outside on the porch.
He kissed my forehead and pulled me closer as I guided us to the swinging bench. He pulled me onto his lap and kissed my lips. "I am sorry. I thought you were cheating. You know me, Becca. I love you."
I laid my head on his chest. "I know you." I pulled his hands from my hands and wrapped them around me. "I love you, too."
He chuckled. "Does that mean you'll take me back?"
"No, more secrets as well," he said.
I looked up at him and he stared back. Then, I quickly looked away. "I have to tell you something, then. If we don't have want any secrets between us."
"What is it?"
"Um…I…" I stammered. "I am…pregnant…"
I looked at him and he was staring off into space thinking. "Jayden, I am sorry…I didn't tell you before I…"
He kissed me. He kissed me like the world was about to end and we were the last humans on it. I smiled against his lips and he pulled away. He looked down between us at my belly. His hand unconsciously ran over my belly and rubbed it.
"Before you say anything, I have only known for a couple of weeks. I found out that week, when you hurt my brother. He was only here because I didn't know how to tell you and he was trying to help me build up my confidence to tell you," I said; placing my hand over his on my belly.
"You could have just flat out told me instead of me thinking you were cheating," he replied. "I know what you are about to say and no. Knowing this, wouldn't have changed anything between us. I know better than leaving my pregnant girlfriend alone, while she is pregnant with my child. Right it is my child?"
"Well, maybe or it could be John, Steven, or Rick's," I sarcastically said as I watched his jaw clenched. Before he could say anything, I pulled him into a kiss. "Yes, it is yours. I would never cheat on you."
He chuckled against my lips and my mother's car pulled up into the driveway. She stepped out of it and we both looked at her as she pulled her purse out of the back of her car.
"It is about time," she said. "He better know about ya'll mistake."
"I know, Stella," Jayden answered. "Get ready to welcome a new member into the family."
Mom giggled. "Not until you propose to my daughter first."
"Are you giving me your blessing?" he asked.
"Who else got my daughter pregnant?" she replied. "Yes, I am giving you my blessing, Jayden. But you can't go hitting my son, when you feel like."
"Yes, ma'am," Jayden said.
Mom walked up onto the porch and into the house. Jayden laid his forehead against my forehead and lightly touched our lips together. He smiled and looked down at my belly once again before pulling his hand away for good. I watched as brushed some of my fallen hair from my eyes.
"Marry me?" he whispered.
I nodded; wrapping my arms around his neck. "To think none of this would have happened if you hadn't of took my cherry."
He smiled. "I love you."
"Love you, more." I looked down. "Two more months."
"Until?" he asked.
"Until our senior year is up and we are free from others who think we are idiots, big boy." I smiled at him.
"I am an idiot for you," he uttered; pulling my chin up to give me a peck on the lips. "I will always be an idiot for you until we die."
I shook my head and pulled his lips to mine again. He grinned underneath my lips and I giggled, when he pulled away. I removed my arms from around his neck and he placed his hand back on my belly. Both of my hands went to lay on top of his hand.
I looked back down. "Our mistake."
He shook his head not agreeing with me. "Our future."
I hope you liked it. It just popped into my head as I watch the History Channel. I think they deserve each other, but who knows. I am one of those people who think everything needs a happy ending.