Adam was in his dorm room, lying on his bed. He took his basketball and bounced it off of the wall in front of him. He was still thinking about Keilee. About her bright smile, her laugh, her amazing blue eyes and red hair, and her amazing body. Ugh, why couldn't she just get out of his mind already? He knew why. It was because she was perfect and he knew that they belonged together, but he couldn't have her. This was the first time he wanted a girl and couldn't have her. Usually he was the one turning down the ladies, and he hated it the other way around. He sat up when he heard a knock at the door. "Who is it?"

"Brian, you know from next door? Where you can here when someone is pounding against the wall! Keep it down in there, dude!"

"Sorry 'bout that."

He got up and put his basketball in his desk chair next to his bed. He paced back and forth, thinking. What could I do to get her? She would be with me because of that jerk Niall that got her knocked up. That's it! The only thing in my way is that bastard baby. If I get rid of that, I get her. She's in high school; no highschooler wants a kid anyways. But how would he get rid of it? He would have to get some type of black-market doctor or something to do an abortion this late. Maybe Brain knows a guy. He is going to college for some medical major. I would do anything to be with someone that amazing, he thought. He put on his shoes and headed out the dorm room.

Keilee and Niall were in the schools art room. Niall had his sketchbook out, drawing. He needed to come up with some new pieces of art for a show that's coming up in a few months. Keilee was mainly there for moral support since he wouldn't show her a thing. He wanted her to be surprised. She was reading The Great Gatsby, one of her favorites. Niall stared down at his blank piece of paper. His brows narrowed down together in distress and he started scribbling random lines in hope that something, well anything, would come up out of it. All that he saw was more scribbles. He drew harder until his pencil tip broke. Ugh, it was no use! His brain was blocked! He tore the piece of paper out of the notebook and tossed it into the recycling bin, missing. "Ughhhh!" he groaned as he angrily got up and picked up the paper to put into the bin properly. Keilee looked up from her book and raised her eyebrows. He was really stuck on this one. She sighed and placed her book down onto the table and walked over to his chair. She placed her hands on his shoulders and gently massaged them to comfort him. He put down his now broken pencil and put his hand on hers. She slid her hands down his arms and hugged him, kissing his cheek. He turned around and kissed her.

"I'm sorry, love."

"It's fine, things like this happen sometimes. I just hate to see you upset."

"I'm not upset. I'm just…frustrated, I guess."

"Well, sweetie, you can take a break if you want." Keilee said as she pulled out the chair next to him and sat down. Niall smiled and took his hand and placed it onto her leg. They leaned in and kissed. Keilee love his lips so much. They where warm and soft and he kissed so passionately. Every single time they kissed, it was like their first. Niall groaned slightly when Keilee let her tongue explore his mouth. God she was amazing. He took the other and put it on her stomach. He smiled as he felt a bump and they broke free from their kiss.

"That's a baby bump alright. As anyone noticed?" he said, looking at her with concern. He didn't want anyone to be rude to her or anything.

"I don't think so. If any of our friends noticed, the loud mouths would be sure to say so."

"Don't let them talk bad about you. If they say anything, just tell me."

Keilee giggled. He was getting a little too protective at time, but it was kind of cute. Just then, Keilee's stomach growled. Niall took his hand away and laughed.

"Are you hungry? I can get you something if you want me to. There's a Subway down the road. I know you like that."

"No, it's alright. I can get it myself. You need to stay here and work out of this block. I'll be back soon. Remember, Mrs. Anderson wants us out of here by five-thirty."

"I remember." He said as she leaned over and gave him a peck on the cheek. She picked up her purse off of the floor beside her chair and slipped on her jacket. She gave him one last kiss goodbye.

"I love you," he said.

"I love you too."

She walked out of the door and down the hallway. She took out her phone and checked the time. It was four forty-five; she had plenty of time to go to Subway and back. Her stomach growled again. All right, I get it. You're hungry. She smiled and put her hand on her belly. As she got to the front of the school, she could see outside of the school through the large windows on the front doors. There was a black car and someone standing next to it, leaning on the hood. He was tall and had dark hair. She squinted to try to see better. Is that, Adam? She walked through the double doors and onto the large concrete sidewalk that marked the entrance of the school. The man stood up and walked towards her rather fast from across the parking lot. "Adam?" She walked closer to him and sure enough, it was Adam. She opened her eyes wide and turned around, trying to get back to the school. She was told that she shouldn't run to fast or it could harm the baby so she tried to out-walk him, but it was useless. She dug in her purse and pulled out her phone. By the time she unlocked it and dialed the first few digits of Niall's number, Adam ripped the phone out of her hand and let it drop to the ground. He swept Keilee off of her feet and carried her into the car, despite her struggling and yelling. He didn't worry; no one was around to hear her. He opened the door and put her in the back seat of the car and slammed the door. He quickly slipped into the front seat and locked the doors and drove off.