Annalise Fall seems to have everything - she's the smartest girl in her sixth form, has the perfect teachers, the perfect friends, the perfect boyfriend. The perfect life.
So when everything is so perfect, why change anything?
Unless the changes are out of your control.
Exiting from the practice rooms, I literally took three steps forwards before a blurred figure in a red flannel shirt crashed into me from the side, causing me to lose my balance and fall, my sheet music flying in the air and scattering in different directions across the smooth floor.
"Shit, I'm so sorry," the figure apologised as I pushed my hair out of my eyes.
I sighed, seeing as the sheet music was sprawled all across the floor. The figure crouched down, helping me gather the sheets. I was about to tell him that it was okay, until I realised who I was dealing with. "Does a day pass where you don't attempt to terrorise me, Chase, or is this just a part of our daily routine?" I asked the boy in exasperation as he chuckled at me.
"Just a happy coincidence Fall," he smirked referring to me using my last name, scanning his eyes up and down my body.
"Don't you have a girlfriend to check out?" I asked defiantly, crossing my arms over my chest.
"Don't flatter yourself," he scoffed. "And nope. Still no girlfriend, but I'll keep you updated," he winked.
"If that's your subtle way of telling me you're not into me, excuse me whilst I go and thank the Lord," I bit back.
"You don't have to pretend like you're not offended, I know you're burning on the inside sweetheart," he commented smugly.
"That feeling is called relief, sweetheart," I mimicked him. "Relief that I won't fall victim to your futile and, quite frankly, disturbing attempts of flirting."
"You would fall at my feet if I flirted with you," he stared arrogantly as I rolled my eyes.
"You wouldn't have a chance with me if you tried," I scoffed as his gazed softened slightly.
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