I wasn't actually going to continue with this story, but then I saw the new episode and all the Lannie moments in it, so I decided to keep going :). Also, I'm sorry if this story isn't the greatest, it's my first fanfic/Story that I've written outside of English class, so yeah, tiny little disclaimer there. Oh! And also, I'm not really going to follow the plot line of the show in my story, so I apologize in advance for basically changing everything. Okay, back to the story.
PS. It's Annie's POV now.
She just couldn't seem to get away from them.
Everywhere Annie Wilson looked, there was either Jasper or Liam staring back at her, trying to initiate conversation. Like now, for instance. Either she could turn left, and walk down the hallway where Jasper was waiting for her, or to the right, where Liam was looking for her. Now she didn't know what to do.
She looked over at Jasper, leaning against his locker, with a look of shyness and calmness on his face. To anyone passing him in the hall, they'd think he was weird, yeah, but content, and rational. Except Annie knew the truth about him. She knew that these looks were so fake, and they masked the anger he had bottled up inside. Anger that he took out on her, like last night...
"Come sit with me, Annie." Jasper patted the spot on his bed next to him with his hand.
"I'm fine standing, thanks." she retorted.
"Annie, you are my girlfriend. You'll do as I tell you." he started to raise his voice as he stood up and walked over to her.
"Well I don't wanna be your girlfriend anymore Jasper, so how about I just leave." she turned to go but he grabbed her wrist-hard. Right where her bruise was already.
"I don't think so." he threw her against the wall, and she hit her shoulder. She felt a bruise already. "Get up." he spat. "Listen to me, Annie. I love you, and you love me. We're meant to be together, I know it. So if you ever try and leave again, I will tell everyone what you did to my uncle.
"Now," he said as he cupped her face in his hands. "I love you, Annie Wilson. So tell me you love me too, and come sit with my like a good little girlfriend."
When she didn't say anything, he slapped her across the face. She knew it would've been easier to just lie, but those three words meant something to her. She wanted to mean them whenever she said them.
"Say it Annie."
With that, he moved his hands to her neck, rammed her into the wall, and started to press onto her neck, strangling her.
"Jasper-" she squirmed to attempt to get out of his grip, but it was no use. He was too strong, and she was too small. He tightened his grip. His eyes were so dark and cold, it was impossible that he was feeling love. He was crazy. But she knew she had to say those words. She knew she had to lie, or else she would die, right then. "I... I love you. I love you!" she gasped.
He immediately released her neck, and hugged her tightly. "I knew you'd see it. We love each other, Annie. Nothing will ever come between us ever again."
Then he kissed her, and she felt like she was going to throw up. But she couldn't leave. She had done too much to him. She had made him this way. So she kissed him back, because after what she did, she thought she deserved this.
Annie instinctively tightened her scarf around her neck, covering up the bruises his hands left on her neck from the night before.
"I can still see one." a voice called from behind her. Annie turned around, and Liam walking over to her, obviously mad.
"One what?" she tried to act oblivious.
"Don't pretend Annie. Your entire shoulder is purple. What do you expect me to think, that you ran into a door? Fell out of bed? Slipped off the stage?"
"As a matter of fact, I fell down the stairs." she returned his angry stare, trying to stand her ground.
"Annie," Liam sighed, and stepped closer to her. "If this guy is hurting you, I will personally-"
"I'm not helpless Liam. I can take care of myself." she pushed him away from her. "Besides, it isn't Jasper's fault. It's mine." she said quietly, and walked over to Jasper and out the door before Liam could stop her.
Because for that last part, she had been telling the truth.