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Chapter 2

Rebecca's POV

School ended and I walked to the 'Teen Buzz' office. Noah was usually the earliest but

Surprisingly he wasn't here yet. I took my laptop and set it on my desk and began my

article. Then, Wilder came out of the kitchen with a sandwich on his plate.

"Hey, Rebecca." he greeted. I smiled, "Hey, Wilder. Have you seen Noah?" He shook

his head which obviously meant it was a 'no'. I sighed and continued writing my article.

A while later, the elevator opened. I really hope it was Noah so I could ask him what he

was about to say in school. I turned around cause my back was usually facing the


I smiled as Noah walked out of the elevator but it faded as soon as I saw Alexa right

behind him. I turned around and continued typing.

"Hey, 'R'." He said, walking towards his desk.

"Hey, Noah." I answered, smiling weakly.

Noah's POV

It's working. It's so friggin' obvious she likes me. When I was about to sit, Alex

dragged me into the little kitchen place we have in 'Teen Buzz'.

"You were just lucky the bell rang. Spill it. You like Rebecca." she said, grabbing the

collar of my shirt. For a girl, she's really strong.

"Fine, fine, I admit it. I like her. Now let go of my collar." I said, lightly pushing her

hand away. She let go. Thank god.

"Why don't you tell her the truth then?" she asked.

"Are you crazy? I can't let her know how I feel. What if she doesn't like me back?" I answered. She looked at me as if I was crazy.

"Okay, I've been here since like, breakfast and I already can tell that she likes you. Just go and ask her out." Alex advised. I looked at her. I wish I could, if only it was that easy.

"I wish I could too, but I just can't. It's hard for guys to ask girls like this out. She's hard to get, literally." I explained to the blur case next to me. She has no idea how hard it is for a guy to admit they're in love with a girl. Did I just say I'm in love with Rebecca? Oh my gosh. That's bad and good. That sweet little brunette. I have never fallen this hard for any girl, NEVER.

"If you don't ask her out, I would. She's so sweet. Just ask her, Noah. She'll say yes, trust me." Alex assured me before receiving a call from her mom saying she has to meet up with other relatives. I hugged her as she went to the elevator.

"Bye, Alexa." Rebecca said when she walked past her desk. Alexa replied a bye and went into the elevator. Why did Rebecca have to be such a nice girl?

Rebecca's POV

"Bye, Alexa," I said as she walked to the elevator. I just wanted to be polite even though I barely know her. I continued my article when I heard someone calling my name. I looked up and saw Noah smiling at me from his desk. I smiled back a little bit.

"Hey R, I wanna ask you something." he began. I felt my cheeks burning up a little, a smile creeping towards my lips. I calmed myself and made sure not to get over excited. I lightly nodded as I waited for him to ask his question.

Noah's POV

As soon as Alex assured my confidence, I decided to just ask her out, whatever it takes. I called her and told her I wanted to ask her something. She lightly nodded as she waited for me.

"Would you, err," I began stammering. Shoot! I knew I couldn't get it out of my stupid mouth. I needed a cover up. I looked around my desk trying to see something she could help me with.

"Would you, err, help me with my homework?" I continued, faking it. "Nice cover up, Noah." I mentally scolded myself. Shoot! God, I'm gonna hate myself for this.

Rebecca's POV

My smile turned into a frown as soon as he asked me for help with his homework. I faked a smile and answered him.

"Sure. I'd love to. When do you want me to help you with it?" I asked. He thought for a little while before answering me.

"Err, tonight, after work?" he answered. It sounded more like a question though. I smiled at him. I wouldn't miss it for the world. I felt like saying that, but it'd sound really weird.

"Okay then. It's a date then." I blurted. My eyes quickly widened. Uh-oh.

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