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| Chapter 2 | Cade..I-I’m sorry

Cade's POV

-the next day at school-

I walked in and out of periods, glancing at Elizabeth. I didn't know what or even how to tell her that I loved her, without ruining our amazing friendship.

I sighed and ignored the fact of how nervous I was. After last period I headed outside as I saw Elizabeth walking to her car.

"Hey, Liz!" I yelled, getting closer to get her attention.

She didn't answer after 4 times of calling her name. I finally got to her, turning in a spin, facing her.

"Liz?" I asked as she glanced at me then back to her light bluish grey mini van.

"Elizabeth Gates." I say raising my tone in voice.

"What?" She replied irritatedly.

"What do you want?" She questioned, finishing her sentence.

"I want to see if you're doing okay and to tell you something." I replied, leaning on her car.

"Not in the mood Cade, not in the mood." She said, closing the door.

"Come on, Liz. What's wrong?" I ask, opening the door.

"I don't want to talk about it." She replied, tugging the door to close it.

By then we're fighting, opening and closing the door. I finally stop as the door stays open.

"Liz, stop." I say irritated.

"All I wanted to say was that I love you.."

"You, Love me?" She questioned, stepping out of the car.

"Y-yeah. Apparently I do." I replied, rubbing the back of my neck.

She cupped her hands on my almost red cheeks.

"Cade..I um-" She said under her breath as she turned to the direction, apparently Kaiden was in.

It looked as if they talked before she headed outside to her car.

He gave me a death stare and got in his car, speeding off.

By then I knew he was pissed and by pissed I mean hella mad and there's nothing I could do about it.

I sighed and shaked my head, making Elizabeth's soft and cold hands fall off my cheeks.

"Cade, I-I'm sorry.." She said, watching me head back to my car, as tears rolled down her light pink and puffy cheeks.

She turned around and drove off.

And before I knew it my heart was broken.

'I shouldn't have said a word.' I said in my head, leaning up against the cold headrest as I drove away.

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