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Pretty Little Lady.

You're More Than That.


My nerves worsened as I waited for Austin outside of Starbucks. I sipped on my Frappuccino and scrolled through my phone, answering emails and what not. I had the week off from both of my jobs today and I’m so glad I do. I need time to myself and to be able to sleep for as long as I want.

A dark shadow covered the sun for me and I looked up to see Austin had sat down in front of me, a drink of his own in his hand. He grinned at me and I couldn’t help but grin back at him.


“Hey Lucy, thank you for meeting me,” Austin said.

“Of course, it’s my pleasure,” I smiled softly, sipping my Frappuccino again.

“How’s your week off so far?” he asked.

“It’s been pretty good, I don’t feel as stressed,” I laughed.

“You look beautiful,” he said and immediately blushed.

“Not too bad yourself, Austin,” I smiled. We both sipped on our drinks in a comfortable silence and I couldn’t help but smile every time I caught him glancing at me.

“So, you’re a model, huh?”

I mentally face palmed right there on the spot, “Oh god, you probably think I’m really shallow.” I sighed, “I suppose you could call me a model. How’d you find out? Were you stalking me Austin?” I teased.

“I don’t think you’re shallow. Not all models are,” He smiled and I nodded, agreeing with him, “No, Alan – my friend from the other night, you know, the ginger one? Yeah well he said he recognised you, so he text his girlfriend and asked if she knew anyone called Lucy and she was like yeah Lucy Wynters she’s a model and then I asked you what your last name was and here we are.”

“I see, I see. It’s not something I really want to do,” I admitted.

“What is it that you want to do?”

“I want to go into journalism,” I smiled softly, “Music journalism, to be specific.”

“Why haven’t you gotten into it?”

“I just, I don’t know, I’m scared I guess you could say,” I sighed.

“I see. Why are you scared?” he asked. I couldn’t believe how much I was letting him know about me, I normally wasn’t like this at all.

“I’m not very confident about myself…” I admitted, “I used to be very confident in myself and in my writing until uhm… Something happened and it uh, it changed everything I guess. Now I just feel average in everything I do, even modelling.”

“Well, you should be confident,” he said and took a sip of his drink. I smiled slightly; it was nice of him to say something. “You’re very, very beautiful. And I’m not just saying that. You’re not average; you couldn’t be even if you tried. I’ll even let you review our new album if you want.”

“You would?” I beamed.

“Of course, set up a blog and I’ll give you it before it’s released and you can do a review. Then I’ll share it once you’ve done it. Only if it’s a good review though,” He teased. I just wanted to hug him right there and then.

“Oh my god, Austin! That’s so, so sweet. Thank you so much.” I beamed, covering my face with my hands, “I’m so overwhelmed. Thank you.”

“Anything to get you out of those two jobs you’re doing, little lady.” He smiled that million dollar smile and my heart melted. First “date” gone very well, very well indeed.


Although I had found out a little bit more about this beautiful girl, I wanted to know more. I wanted to crack her head open just to see what’s inside; I want to find out all about her. I want her to know about me.

“So, I guess you know a little bit more about me.” Lucy said, sitting back in her chair, pulling sunglasses out of her pocket and sticking them on her face. They were huge in comparison to her face, but she still looked adorable. She smiled at me and I smiled back. I found myself constantly smiling whenever I was around her. I simply couldn’t help it.

“I guess I do,” I replied, sitting myself back too in my chair, “But I want to know more.”

“That’s fine with me. Let me go get a bottle of water first, though.” She said, “Do you want one?”

I nodded and thanked her and soon after she was back with two cold water bottles, she placed mine in front of me and opened her own up, sipping it and then putting it down on the table in front of her. She took off her denim jacket and sat back, placing the jacket on the arm of the chair.

“I ask a question, you can either answer it or skip it if you don’t wanna answer it, then you ask a question yadda yadda,” she smiled, “Okay?”


“You got any siblings?”

“Nope, I’m an only child. Do you?”

“A younger sister at 12 and an older brother at 30. I’m the middle kid. Are you close with your parents?”

“My mom died when I was seventeen,” I looked down sadly, “But I’m closer than ever with my pop.” I smiled softly at her. She looked at me and smiled sadly, “What about you?” I asked.

“I’m so sorry Austin.” She apologised but I simply shook my head, urging her to continue, “Uh, I’m a complete daddy’s girl. My mum died when I was seventeen too.” She said softly.

So that’s all we did for the next two and a half hours, was got to know each other. She’s so intriguing and I couldn’t help but want to know even more about her. I’ve never felt this way about someone.


Austin so kindly offered to drive me home since I’d walked here and since I was tired (I don’t know why but I really was) I happily obliged. I got into his car and he turned the air conditioning on. The cool air hit me and I sighed in relief, it was warmer outside than I had realised. Austin plugged his phone into the car and scrolled through a little before settling on Nirvana. I smiled over at him and he smiled back.

“You like Nirvana?”

“I love them,” I beamed, “God you are something.”

“As are you,” He smiled.

I hummed along to every song that was playing and Austin glanced over at me every now and again, making me giggle and sing a little louder each time. Finally we had arrived outside my house, Austin had stopped the car as he was in my driveway and I just didn’t want to go home, not yet.

I pouted beside him in the car, “I’ve had such a nice time that I kinda don’t want to go in,” I admitted, looking to my door.

“You have a beautiful house,” Austin said and smiled over at me, “I’ve had a really nice time too, kid. Please don’t gimme that face, it’s so cute.”

“I’m sorry,” I giggled, “It was so nice to spend some time with you though, Austin.”

“You too, Lucy,” he smiled. He leaned over to me and wrapped his big lanky arms around me and I relaxed in his, wrapping my tiny arms round his skinny torso. He kissed my cheek and I blushed heavily, “I’ll see you soon, for sure.”

I unbuckled my seatbelt and smiled at his gorgeous face one last time and just as I'd touched the handle to open the car door, Austin stopped me, "Lucy?"


"You are jaw droppingly beautiful. In fact, you're more than that."

"Wow, uh, thank you," I blushed even heavier, it was possibly the sweetest compliment I've had in a long, long time. “Bye Austin,” I said, getting out of his car and going up to my front door, unlocking it and turning round once more to wave goodbye to him with the reddest cheeks anyone has ever had. God, he is so perfect.


Aaaaaaaaand update number four :p


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