Sadly, here we all are for the very last chapter of this story.

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Here is the very last chapter of the story.

Confessions on Hotel Paper: Chapter 40

"It's so great to be back here!" I exclaimed happily getting out Shane's car. We were finally back at Camp Rock, I really could not believe it had been a whole year now since we met.

I took in the fresh air before grabbing my bag and guitar, "I'm just going to go drop these off at my cabin and then meet you at yours."

"You need help?"

"No, it's fine."

Once I got to my cabin, I sat down on the bed just to take it all in. It had been a whole year already and I was back to where it all began. No one else was at camp yet, not even my mother, I had come straight from Shane's house with my belongings.

My mum and dad refused to let me move in with Shane, I tried so hard to convince them otherwise but they wouldn't give in even though I was eighteen soon. I spent most of my time there the past two weeks though regardless.

I knew what I wanted in life, I wanted Shane and I had him. He was mine and I was his.

I got up and quickly made my way to his cabin, "We have to have a canoe ride later. It's kind of our thing here."

"It is." I smiled, wrapping my arms around his neck, "Do you think there's any rule against teachers dating their students?"

"Most likely." He grinned.

He pecked my lips quickly and I grabbed his hand, "Come on, I actually kind of want to sing you something."

"You need my guitar?"

I nodded and he grabbed it.

"Where are we going?" He asked.

I smiled widely and began to lead him down to the lake where he had first sung for me.

"I see what you're doing." He laughed, realising where I had taken him.

"What are you going to sing for me?" He asked, handing me the guitar as we sat down.

"A confession I have for you, it pretty much sums up our relationship before the world caught us out."

I begin to play the song I had written in New York and Shane looked extremely intrigued.

"I don't know why, I don't know why I'm so afraid
I don't know how, I don't know how to fix the pain
We're living a lie, living a lie, this needs to change
We're out of time, we're out of time and it's still the same

We can't stop the world but there's so much more that we could do
You can't stop this girl from falling more in love with you
You said nobody has to know, give us time to grow and take it slow
But I'd stop the world if it'd finally let us be alone, let us be alone

I'm hearing the noise, hearing the noise from all around
I'm on the edge, I'm on the edge of breaking down
Like Bonnie and Clyde, let's find a ride and ditch this town
To keep it alive, keep it alive, don't make a sound

We can't stop the world but there's so much more that we could do
You can't stop this girl from falling more in love with you
You said nobody has to know, give us time to grow and take it slow
But I'd stop the world if it'd finally let us be alone, let us be

I never want to take that final look
I'll turn another page, won't close the book

We can't stop the world but there's so much more that we could do
You can't stop this girl from falling more in love with you
You said nobody has to know, give us time to grow and take it slow
But I'd stop the world if it'd finally let us be alone, let us be alone
Let us be alone, let us be alone"

Shane didn't say anything and I felt a bit nervous, "Was it bad? What did you think?"

"I think you should play that at Opening Jam tonight." He said bewildered. "It was amazing."


"Really." He affirmed with a smile, "I have a confession for you too by the way."

"What is it?"

He hesitated for a moment before pulling some paper out his pocket, "You gave me the paper you wrote down the first song you wrote for me on, so here is 'Gotta Find You' on the paper I wrote for you last summer."

He gave me the paper and sure enough, the lyrics of 'Gotta Find You' were on there in his messy handwriting.

I had a feeling from his hesitation that, that wasn't what he was originally going to do but I still smiled uncontrollably and leant over to kiss him, "You're amazing."

"Are you performing tonight?" My mum asked.

I voluntarily helped her out in the kitchen for that night's dinner when she arrived at camp.

"Yes, a song I wrote for Shane." I replied as I helped cook some pasta.

"I know you're upset Mitchie because your father and I won't let you move in with him, but please see it from our perspective."

"I do mum, I'm sorry for acting like a brat. I won't ask you again if no is your answer."

She gave me a small smile at this and I went over to give her hug.

"I love you, Mitchie."

"I love you too mum," I replied squeezing her tightly, "Thank you for everything you've done for me this past year. I really appreciate it."

"Mitchie, are you awake?"


"I take that as a yes?" He asked, playing with a strand of my hair.

I buried my head under his neck further, "Sleep time Shane." I groaned later that night.

"It's only three am."

"You tired me out...twice."

"Come on, get dressed. I want to take you somewhere." He said kissing the top of my head.

He slipped out of his bed and put some boxers on with a shirt and some jeans.

I let out a yawn and sat upright, "Where could you possibly want to take me at this time of night out here at camp?"

He reached down and grabbed my dress that I had been wearing, handing it to me.

I took it and quickly slipped it on, "Am I seriously just wearing a dress? You don't want me to put on more?"

"No, easy access in the Camp Rock theatre." He grinned.

"We're going to the theatre?...Shane!" I exclaimed, realising what he was implying.

I put on more clothes and some shoes and Shane wrapped an arm around me, leading me to the Camp Rock Theatre.

"So why are you bringing me here?" I asked, the cool summer breeze making me shiver slightly.

He looked down at me warmly with a smile on his face, "You're beautiful."

I smiled at this, "You avoided my question."

He turned the stage lights on and the stage I hadn't stepped on in eleven months lit up before us.

"I wanted to bring you to the place we first sang together, to the place I first realised that you were the girl I was searching for."

He pulled me up onto the catwalk and interlaced our fingers together, just like at Final Jam.

"So the label approached me last week asking me what your plans were now you were finished with high school and I told them you had a year off." He told me.

"Go on." I urged him.

"Well, I saw some paperwork and they let me know they are coming down here for Final Jam and want to talk to you about signing with them." He smiled widely.

"What?" I exclaimed, "Are you serious?"

He nodded, "I am serious, they have all the paperwork ready to be signed but wanted to let you enjoy the summer first and of course surprise them with an amazing performance."

"Oh my god!" I shrieked jumping up and down excitedly.

"I asked if I coukd tell you and they said only if I felt as if I really couldn't keep it to myself and how could I?"

I wrapped my arms around his neck, kissing him just like we ideally should have after Final Jam the year before, after singing together for the first time.

He pulled away and from me and brushed my hair out of my face, "That's not all of it."

"How can there be more?" I asked in disbelief, this was just too amazing to even try and comprehend.

"I know your mum and dad don't want you moving in with me, but I have spoken to them and they have kind of agreed to let you move in with me." He grinned.

I think my jaw fell open in confusion, I had only just talked to my mum about it again today. Had she been going along with it so Shane could surprise me?

"I wanted to tell you on our anniversary but I think now is more acceptable, we have officially known each other a year now."

"Shane, how did you do it?"

"I spoke with them and was just honest with them and my future intentions."

"Meaning?" I asked.

"They know I want to marry you one day, they know how committed I am to you and know that you are going to be working on a new album after camp. It makes sense for you to be in LA working on it."

"Oh my god. I cannot believe it."

"There are conditions though, they want you home as much as possible, especially on weekends. They are welcome to come over and see you whenever they want and your father told me I am not to sleep with you even though you will be eighteen."

"What did you say?" I asked seriously.

"I just said 'purity ring', he accepted it but your mum did give me a knowing glance before changing the subject."

"You told me it would be hard but that we could make it work and we have. We really have."

"How could you have doubted me?"

"I never did, never have." I spoke honestly, looking him straight in the eyes.

"I have one very last confession for you." Shane grinned.

"What's that?"

"I love you." He smiled charmingly.

"That's not a confession, I already knew that just like you know I love you too."

"Well after everything we have gone through the past year I just thought you needed to know again."

I smiled at him, "My confession is that I wouldn't change one thing that has happened this past year if it means that it would turn out any differently. You were and still very much are definitely worth it all."

He smiled widely at this and pulled me into a passionate kiss.

Pulling away a moment later, he rested his forehead against mine and I could feel his breath on me.

"I'll turn another page, won't close the book." He breathed out before kissing me one more time.

The end. :)

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