The Boys & Girls Of Loyola High
Kiss Like A Hurricane
Hayley was used to having people stare at her, being popular came with spotlight, and as much as Hayley would deny it to everyone... she loved it. The thing she didn't like was the pity looks, she didn't understand why people were giving her this look? If it was because of the A-Blog blast then they're all stupid. She didn't have anu feelings for Vic. It was the other way around, and she was angry at Taylor for kissing him. It was her prerogative to do dumb things like that. "Hayley, would you like to pay attention" Mr Way called out. Hayley looked to her art teacher. He was her favourite out of this whole place but he always picked on her for lack of interest in Art.
"Sorry" She mumbled, her face turning a slight shade of red. "I'll pay attention more" She said polietly. Everyone sorta ignored it. Usually people would laugh at someone being called out like that but people always acted different around her.
The bell rung out indictating it was lunch. Finally, Hayley was out of Art. She hated the subject but Mr Way was insanely hot, making it difficult for her to concentrate. Yes it's wrong but Hayley wasn't the kind to let right and wrong get in the way of a crush. She slowly walked out of the class. She was too busy looking back into the class to notice anyone approach her. "Stop thinking dirty thoughts about him, y'know he's like... 10 years older than you" Hayley turned to see Kellin, smirking at her.
She rolled her eyes and walked away. Kellin was one of those guys who could be a complete jackass one minute then your bestfriend the next. He meant well but damn did he get on peoples nerves. He followed her down the hallway like a lost dog. "Kellin can you annoy someone else today?" She sighed, realising he had followed her.
"Why? It's a new school year so I thought why not start it off like we always do" He jumped infront of her. She raised an eyebrow at him.
"Kellin I'm not making out with you in the janitors closet again" She pushed past him. He continued to follow her.
"Sorry I'm not Vic but I can borrow my dads car and we can fuck in the backseat. I know that's the kinda thing that really makes those panties drop... again sorry, I'm not Vic" He winked. Hayley stopped, jaw gaping.
"How'd you..." She began but he cut her off.
"Know? Me and Vic got real good friends over summer. He doesn't know he was your first though. Your secrets safe with me though Hayley" He smirked and walked off.
Hayley continued walking to the benches outside, confused and angry. To her disappointment Oliver wasn't there... but someone else was. "You asshole!" She pretty much screamed in Vic's face. He looked at her and raised an eyebrow.
"Excuse me?" He half laughed. His confusion angered her even more. "Is this about me and Taylor?" He asked.
"No, no it's not. It's about you telling Kellin about us. Honestly do you not think I've had enough bullshit from you over the summer?" She questioned.
He scratched the back of his head. "Sorry I just, sorta wanted to tell someone. It's an achievement for me" He shrugged. His actions infuriated Hayley.
"You are a total asshole. Seriously you need to stop and leave us alone" She folded her arms across her chest. Her phone buzzed so she pulled it out.
A-Blog: This just in, K and H were spotted in the hallway having a serious conversation about her raunchy summer action with V. Turns out our little girl was more innocent than we thought. Miss goody two shoes lost her V card with V. Fitting yet ironic, sorry H. Cat's outta the bag now.
Hayley groaned loudly and threw her phone in her bag. "You were a Virgin when we...?" Vic asked. She looked at him and rolled her eyes.
"Yes, and it was a horrible mistake" She went over to a bench and sat down. Vic took the hint and left. Hayley let out a sigh of relief and tried to ignore the looks she was getting. After a few minutes she lost it. "Sorry, not everyone is a slut at this school" She snapped. The girls staring at her looked away, scared.
"That was a bit random" She heard that beautiful English accent fill her ears. She looked to the source to find Oli sitting next to her on the bench.
"Sorry, I just hate people being nosey" She shrugged, feeling sorta embarrassed that he witnessed that. He smiled at her sweetly.
"Where's your friends then?" He asked, looking around.
"Taylor will be here any minute but I doubt Jeremy will since the blast that went out this morning" She explained.
"Oh yeah. It's a shame" He said looking away. "It's weird. We would never have had something like a gossip blog in The UK" He told her. She tilted her head.
"I don't get why we have one to be honest. It makes no sense whatsoever. Whorver runs it is clearly some jealous asshole who takes joy in making people feel like shit" She said harshly.
"Whoa, remind me not to get on your bad side" He joked, nudging her slightly.
She laughed, feeling eased at his side. "Why did it take you like a year to speak to me?" She asked, looking up into his brown eyes.
A small smirk played on his lips. "Same could be said for you" He nodded towards her. She thought for a few seconds.
"Touché" She said, biting her lip. Something about this boy was really beginning to entice her. She was always surrounded by boring, goody-two-shoes guys who just wanted to have sex with whoever would let them, but Oliver... he left her with nothing but wonder.
"So why did you decide to acknowledge me today?" Oliver asked. Hayley tried to honestly think of a real answer.
"I honestly don't know... I think I finally, really noticed you" She told him. He nodded in acceptance.
"Fair enough" He shrugged. "Is that a good thing?" He pondered. She looked away, deciding her opinion.
"Yes in the sense better late than never but no in the sense that, I'm stupid for being so blind before. I'm sorry" She apologised, feeling suddenly very bad for paying no attention to him. "Infact, why don't we hang out after school today? My parents are out of town as per so I have a lonely house and a friend to make" She suggested.
He looked at her with a small smirk on his lips. "Got nothing better to do... why not" He told her. A smile broke out on Hayley's lips, making her feel slightly embarrassed. Showing this much enthusiasm could be bad for a budding friendship.
"Okay, well here's my number" She said, pulling on her notebook and writing it down. She ripped out a page and handed it to him. He smiled down at it.
"Thanks. I'll letcha know when I'm free" He said, putting the paper in his pocket and standing up. "It's probably best I go" He said, nodding towards Taylor, Jeremy and Vic marching their way.
"No stay" Vic smirked at him then down at Hayley.
"Guys, are we all okay?" Hayley stood up. Taylor pushed Vic forward.
"No, tell her" She demanded. Vic looked at her with a strange look on his face.
"Do it or I'll beat your ass up" Jeremy warned.
"Fine" Vic said, giving in. "The reason me and Taylor kissed was because someone was threatening to tell you about the fact I'm in love with you. I just didn't want it getting out. They spread it anyway, so okay I love you Hayley. Always have so can you please not hate me anymore" Vic explained, pleading her with his eyes.
Hayley was shocked, completely in awe. While the gesture was sweet, she didn't feel the same way back. Not completely. "Thank you for being honest with me but I don't share your feelings Vic. Now, I'm gonna go have lunch with Oliver today. I'll see you guys later" She told them then walked off with Oliver.
Hayley didn't understand why she was so nervous that Oliver was coming to her house. She spent at least half an hour trying to find an outfit that would look nice, not too much effort but nothing too casual either. Then the question came to her mind... why did she care? He was just a dude who she invited over to hang out. "Don't get in too deep H" She mumbled to herself as she threw on black and white skinny jeans and a vintage ramones top, it was her dads in the 80's.
There was a ding, indicating that the elevator had arrived on her floor. Meaning Oliver was here. She walked out of her room and to the front lobby to find a very awe struck Oliver looking all around him. He looked up at her with confusion. "You're like... insanely rich" He laughed.
"My parents are" She laughed and walked over to him. "Come, I'll show you the balcony" She told him and grabbed his hand. She walked him into her room and through to the balcony.
"Fuck sake" He mumbled. His eyes were in heaven. "It's been a year since I moved here and this city still amazes me. I can't even begin to explain how beautiful it is" He laughed softly, making a smile grow on Hayley's lips.
"It's been my entire life. I still see the beauty but I also see the beast in this city. I have seen the horrible person that can be brought out by this place. It's a shame" She explained. He looked down at her frowning face, looking out into the beautiful skyline.
"Don't worry, I'm not gonna become another to add to your list" He said, trying to make her feel better. She looked up at him and nodded.
"I hope so. You seem very... special" She struggled to find an appropriate word.
"How so?" He asked, cocking his head to the side.
"I just have a good hunch about you okay" She told him. He agreed, dropping it, knowing not to press something so big in the beginning of a friendship like this.
He looked back into the skyline and smiled, unzipping his hoody from and taking it off from the heat. He caught Hayley steal a quick glance at him, which made him smirk. "What?" He asked, knowing she wouldn't answer but it was fun to test her.
"Nothing, just wondered what you were doing is all" She looked away blushing. He noticed and found it extremely adorable.
He threw his jumper onto a nearby deck chair and turned back to Hayley. He faced her, which caused her to mirror his actions. "Has anyone ever told you how beautiful you are?" He whispered, looking into her eyes.
He watched her blush even more, her cheeks flushed bright red. This pleased Oliver, making him see how easily he had her under his thumb. He lifted his hand up and ran it across her cheek. "Yeah, but never the right ones" She said, quietly afraid of her voices reaction to his actions.
He put his hand behind her neck and pulled her closer to him, looking down into her eyes as they got closer. "Well I hope I'm the right one" He mumbled, closing the distance between them with his lips. Both of their hearts were beating rapidly, adrenaline pumping through their veins. It was a sweet yet enthralling kiss, making them want more.
Hayley wrapped her arms around Oliver's neck, in attempt to keep her steady as her knees were beginning to grow weak. Oliver pulled her in tightly with one hand behind her neck still and the other pulling her in by the waist. Their lips danced softly together, making them both hungry for me. Oliver licked Hayley's lips, begging for entry which was granted, almost instantly. She moaned softly as their tongues collided, making him only more eager to please her. "Ahem" Someone suddenly coughed.
They both separated as quickly as possible to see Taylor standing in the doorway, smirk on her face. "What are you doing here?" Hayley asked quickly.
"I was coming to see if you were okay, since your parents are out of town and all that happened today with those blasts about you. I can see you're very good though" She winked and turned away.
"No it's fine. I forgot my dad needs help with some business work tonight" Oliver suddenly burst out with. Taylor stopped and turned.
"If you're needed I understand" Hayley answered him, looking grateful.
"Sorry, we can hang another time" He told her, grabbing his jumper and leaving.
Taylor walked over and nudged her. "That looked pretty heated. If I never showed it he might've been sex number 2" She winked. Hayley rolled her eyes and walked into her bedroom. Knowing Taylor was going to make her tell everything, as she always does.