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My Sexy Devil

Mars Mejia

Chapter Two


“Kara?” Jess called my name, snapping me out of my trance. I tore my eyes away from Jason’s and let out a deep breath, hoping that Adam was okay. Even though he had it coming.

I pushed Jason away from me, noticing how firm his chest was under my touch.

I hurried over to Adam’s body.

One of his friends lifted him up and began to drag him toward the living room.

“Um, Adam got a bit physical,” I whispered so only Jess could hear.

There was now a large crowd of people surrounding the scene. They were whispering and staring at Jason in awe. I was annoyed at how they looked at him like a god.

I knew Adam deserved it, but not that bad. He was unconscious, and I wouldn’t be surprised if his jaw was dislocated. The sickly sound echoed through my mind again and I grimaced to myself.

Jess gasped at what I had told her. “Are you okay? Did he hurt you?” Her worried look flashed to an angry scowl.

“That asshole deserved it,” she added, and I couldn’t agree more. Although deep down, a part of me was against it.

My feelings were the only thing still blinding me.

My head shook after realizing what she had asked. “I’m fine. Just a bit shook up.” I didn’t ever expect to see Adam here. I was hoping to avoid him for much longer.

I occasionally saw him at school, but he’s always kept his distance. I wondered what he was doing here anyway.

Adam wasn’t fond of parties, which was why we spent much of our time together watching movies or catching up on our favorite TV shows.

It was one of the things I liked about him.

“Now that you’ve caused an unnecessary scene, can you leave?”

My head snapped up to see Jason’s sapphire eyes glued to me. His stare was so intense that I almost obeyed him immediately. Luckily I wasn’t entirely entranced by his eyes.

“I caused a scene?” I scoffed in disbelief. Jason was the one who had initiated the fight!

“Yeah, you,” the arrogant boy replied, sounding rather annoyed. I met his eyes and held them, letting him know I wasn’t backing down that easily.

It’s not like I wanted to run into Adam. As if I weren’t already feeling angered and annoyed, Jason’s attitude was only making it worse.

“You just punched someone in the face, and I caused a scene?” I slightly raised my voice, showing my outrage.

“Well, you brought him here, and I don’t like negative people. Besides, I can do whatever I want. This is my party.” My heart stopped beating in my chest and my face flushed in embarrassment.

This one simple, little fact threw every ounce of courage I had left out the window, but that wasn’t going to stop me.

There was no way I could explain what Adam had done, but I didn’t want to be associated with him.

So instead of trying to explain myself and making myself look pathetic, I let my stress and anger take over.

“I don’t care. Get off your high horse, Jackson. I’m not going to kiss your ass like the rest of these people,” I snapped, letting out the rage built up inside of me.

All the emotions I had toward Adam were now going to Jason.

Jason’s blue eyes went cold, and he took a step closer to me. Why did he have to look so fucking hot?

“It’s Jason,” he corrected me, crossing his arms to make himself look intimidating. His muscles bulged underneath his shirt.

It worked.

People began to murmur to themselves. “Jason is going to humiliate her. I feel bad for her,” someone whispered from the curious crowd.

My teeth clenched as I heard the comment. If they really thought I cared about anything Jason said, they were wrong.

“I don’t give a fuck. You’re just some arrogant asshole who likes pushing people around and acts like he’s better than everyone else. Luckily for you, I’m not someone you’re going to push around,” I concluded before roughly shoving past him and walking toward the door.

His scent filled my nose and I almost moaned at how good he smelled.

The crowd was silent as they waited for some sort of retaliation from Jason, but nothing happened. I hadn’t even realized that someone had stopped the music. Everyone’s eyes were wide as I walked by.

“And I’m leaving because I want to,” I snapped.

Cool air greeted me, blowing strands of my brown hair into my face. Jess caught up to me and let out a shiver from the cold weather.

“You do realize what you just did, right?”

“I’m not really thinking straight right now,” I mumbled, walking toward my car. All I wanted to do was go home and watch some Supernatural before curling up in my soft, plush bed.

“Jason isn’t going to let you get away with this,” Jess said, fear obvious in her voice. She didn’t make me feel any better, in fact, she made me feel worse.

That was the worst part about high school—all the drama and rumors. Luckily I had only one more year to endure. I couldn’t help but wonder what was going to happen.

“I know,” I whispered back, pushing scenarios out of my mind—which was a wreck.

I was finally able to think straight once I got into my car. Fuck. What did I just do? Something told me school was going to be torture. But it was about time someone put that asshole in his place.

I sat in the car on my way home pondering what I should do. I knew I should’ve kept my mouth shut, but I was just so fucking annoyed with Adam and Jason.

I couldn’t let him talk to me that way. My temper was too short and I had no tolerance for people who were going to try to pick a fight with me.

At least I told him off.

I don’t know what would’ve happened if Jason hadn’t interfered, though. I shuddered at the thought.

Monday was going to be a long day.

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