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    ShaxeeShaxee
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    “Everything in the world is about
    sex except sex. Sex is about
    power.” – Oscar Wilde.

    Prologue:
    Stacey Williams found out she
    was in love with Axel Teller when
    she was thirteen.
    It was halfway through grade
    eight and she had always noticed
    the dark haired boy who lived at
    the end of the street. She would
    always see him as he walked over
    to the post boxes for the mail and
    would watch from afar at school.
    Axel had never talked to Stacey.
    She was pretty much sure that
    he didn’t even know she existed. It
    didn’t matter that they had been in
    the same grade since Axel moved
    to town which was when they
    were ten; Axel didn’t even see
    Stacey.
    No matter how close she got.
    I guess it could hurt a little bit
    to finally admit to yourself that the
    guy you love has no idea who you
    are and has probably only seen
    your face about two times and saw
    nothing different in you compared
    to every other girl in school.
    But unfortunately for her,
    Stacey was a fighter. And she
    would keep on going and going. It
    didn’t matter when Axel got a
    girlfriend in grade nine. It didn’t
    matter when the whole school
    went crazy when they found out he
    lost his virginity.
    And it didn’t matter when he
    kissed girls right in front of her –
    unknowing of the heart he was
    breaking.
    But then – the day after Axel
    broke up with his girlfriend of ten
    months – he noticed Stacey.
    Not because he thought she
    was beautiful or that he thought
    she was funny, kind and smart. He
    didn’t notice her because she had
    completely fallen in love with him.
    He noticed her because she was
    there.
    He noticed her because she
    looked easy.
    And Stacey thought nothing of
    it. Stacey was happy. Stacey was
    content.
    Axel would use her and she
    wouldn’t bat an eyelid. She was so
    unaware of the fact that all she was
    doing was digging herself a hole
    that she couldn’t get out of. That
    she was only going to get her heart
    broken.
    But Stacey was a fighter…and
    that would ultimately be her
    downfall.
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    Thank you so much for reading
    and getting this story #4 in Short
    Story :O !

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    Great

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    Great

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    You mean its a short story(it has ended)?
    Nah… It shouldn’t be, I have even re-sit on my seat,
    I don stand sef just to read this interesting story!!!

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    hmmm do touching, nawa ooo for some girls o

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    One.
    Stacey should have realized she
    didn’t have a chance when Axel
    didn’t know where she lived.
    The day before had been euphoric
    for her.
    Not only had Axel broken up with
    Melissa Kane – who he had been
    dating for months – but he had
    finally noticed Stacey. It was in the
    cafeteria where Stacey was
    wearing a summer dress that
    stopped a few inches down her
    thigh and wedged boots on.
    She felt pretty.
    She was sitting with her friends
    who like herself, were members of
    the cheerleading team. Stacey saw
    him the second he walked into the
    cafeteria. He looked angry, tired
    and annoyed all at once. His hands
    were running down his face and
    he looked over at the table where
    his friends sat.
    They hadn’t noticed Axel yet and
    after the rough break up, he wasn’t
    sure that he wanted to be around
    them just yet.
    So then he looked around the
    cafeteria.
    And his eyes met Stacey’s.
    Stacey had never been happier
    when he began to walk towards
    her. She felt lighter – like she was
    floating. Her heart was beating a
    fast rhythm and her palms began to
    get sweaty from nervousness.
    Axel stopped in front of her table,
    still staring at Stacey.
    “You want to get out of here?”
    That was all he said.
    And that was all that Stacey needed
    to hear. She glanced around at
    everyone else and slowly nodded,
    the corner of her lips curving up
    into a smile. She stood up from her
    seat, grabbing her bag and walked
    over to Axel.
    She didn’t notice when Melissa
    Kane walked into the cafeteria.
    She didn’t notice how angry Melissa
    was.
    She didn’t notice when Melissa
    walked over to the table filled with
    Axel’s friends and began to talk to
    them.
    She only noticed that his hand was
    wrapped around hers as he pulled
    them both out of the school and
    into the parking lot.
    Stacey felt completely weightless.
    There was this excitement in her
    chest at sneaking out of school
    with a boy she barely knew.
    She sat in the car, a rock song
    playing in the background. She saw
    how agitated Axel was. The way his
    leg was going up and down rapidly
    and his finger tapping against the
    steering wheel.
    Axel was one of the older kids in
    school so he already had his
    driver’s license though Stacey was
    pretty sure that he needed
    someone else in the car with a
    license to be able to drive.
    She didn’t dare question it though.
    They pulled down her street, going
    past her house and to the end
    where he swerved into the
    driveway. Axel got out of the car
    quickly, slamming the door shut
    and Stacey quickly got out too.
    His parents weren’t home and the
    both of them found themselves in
    his room.
    Stacey waited – unsure of what was
    about to happen or why Axel had
    even brought her there for that
    matter.
    She walked around his room, eyes
    trailing over his book shelf.
    She had always loved books.
    “What are you waiting for?” She
    heard Axel ask and turned around
    to find him pulling his shirt off and
    raising an eyebrow at her.
    “Um…” she began, a little startled.
    “I…I didn’t think-”
    “Why else would you be here?” Axel
    asked and Stacey had to bite back
    the hurt at the genuine confusion
    on his face.
    He started to undo his belt and
    Stacey didn’t know what to do.
    He wanted to have sex.
    That was the only reason she was
    here.
    But she couldn’t help but think that
    there was a little inkling of hope
    that there was more to this.
    That there was a chance, even if it
    was small, that there was an
    affection in Axel’s eyes. That he
    wasn’t doing this because he was
    angry about his breakup.
    Stacey clung onto the thought that
    he was doing this out of a genuine
    like towards her.
    And so she held the bottom of her
    summer dress and slowly pulled it
    up.
    ————————————————
    ———————
    Given the nature of this story,
    chapters will be short and
    hopefully frequent 🙂
    Hope you enjoyed!

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    Two.
    Stacey and Axel lay on top of
    the bedding, sweat covering their
    bodies as the sun began to set in
    the distance.
    Neither of them spoke and for
    that Stacey had been thankful. She
    licked her lips nervously and looked
    up at the ceiling, her eyes trailing
    over the different patterns and the
    faces they made in her mind.
    “Thanks.” Axel said quietly.
    After the euphoria of the
    moment had gone – both of them
    didn’t really know what to do. Axel
    seemed almost hesitant to talk and
    that only made Stacey more
    awkward.
    “It’s okay.” She cleared her
    throat and glanced over at him
    from the corner of her eye.
    “I think you should go.” He
    said and Stacey nodded slowly.
    She pulled herself up from the
    bed, reaching down to the floor to
    grab her clothes that had been
    strewn across the room. She slid
    them on and tried to bite back the
    feeling of how…dirty she felt.
    Axel was lying across the bed,
    eyes on the ceiling and a blank look
    on his face. He suddenly looked
    over at Stacey and their eyes met
    for just a brief moment.
    Stacey saw the regret on his
    face.
    She quickly finished getting
    dressed and stopped at the door to
    his bedroom, turning back to see
    Axel still looking at her.
    “We…we can do this again
    sometime, yeah?” He asked.
    And because Stacey wasn’t
    perfect, she nodded her head and
    slipped out of the house as if she
    were committing a crime.
    And to her – in that moment –
    it felt like one.
    ________________________________________
    _______
    I know it’s short, but I’m going to
    be updating again in like…half an
    hour? And maybe again later on
    so don’t worry! Sorry for the wait
    but this story is back up and
    running and should be finished
    very soon 🙂

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    Three.
    Routines were something that
    everyone had.
    The same old routine such as
    setting your alarm clock so that you
    wake up the same time every
    morning to get to school. Or that
    you go in the shower, clean your
    teeth, get dressed and then have
    breakfast.
    And it’s in that order, every day
    for the rest of pretty much your
    whole life.
    Well, Stacey had a routine.
    A new routine on top of the
    normal, mundane things.
    Every Wednesday and Saturday
    night; she would go to Axel’s house
    and give up the one thing she
    wanted to save for someone that
    loved her.
    But Stacey loved Axel…wasn’t
    that enough?
    Apparently to Axel…it wasn’t.
    “So are you two dating?” Kim –
    one of the girls on the cheerleading
    squad – asked as they stood at
    Stacey’s locker.
    “Um, no.” Stacey said. “We
    aren’t dating.”
    “Oh so it’s friends with
    benefits.” Kim laughed and Stacey
    joined her.
    But she couldn’t ignore that
    tugging in her chest as Kim said
    that.
    Friends with benefits.
    That was what they were. They
    were using each other. Using each
    other for sex just like friends with
    benefits did.
    So then why did Stacey feel like
    her and Axel were anything but
    friends?
    ________________________________________
    ___
    So I decided that this story is
    going to be set up as a lot of short
    chapters that will be updated
    really frequently. I already have
    the ending in my head and I
    seriously tear up when I picture it
    so I hope I write it good enough!
    …I’ll probably update again in like
    another half an hour!

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