The Love Game - Chapter 3
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The Love Game - Chapter 2

Before you read this part, make sure you read chapter 1 and 2.

Chapter 1:

Chapter 2:

The Love Game - Chapter 2

Before you read this part, make sure you read chapter 1 and 2.

Chapter 1:

Chapter 2:
The next morning Adelaide was waiting for her breakfast. While her meal was in the oven, Erin went talking with Adelaide.

"Good morning, Addy. Have you slept well?"
"Yes, I have. Ehm, Erin? Who was that guy yesterday? You seemed to know him. What was his name again?" "Oh, you still remember him. That was Gary Williams. Don't you dare thinking about him again. He's no good for you. You hear me, Addy?" Her tone changed while she was shouting.

Adelaide nodded.

"By the way, your mom's waiting for you at the pool. Your breakfast can wait a little longer."
So it was Gary Williams, huh? I wonder why she's being so mysterious about him. It's not like he killed someone, did he? "You were waiting for me?" Adelaide asked. She was already in a bad mood, cause when her mom wanted to talk, it always ended in an argument.

"Yesterday I wanted to talk to you, but you went to your room immediately. That's rude, Addy. Despite that, I still want to talk to you." Victoria lifted herself out of the pool and took a seat on the sunbed.
"So, what's up, Addy? You seem so down lately. What's going on? You don't tell me nothing."

"Why should I be happy, mom? There's no reason for that. I'll be stuck here till I'm eighteen. Even then I'll probably won't get permission live on my own without any security."
"Make your point, Addy," she commanded. "Don't you get it, mom? I just want freedom," Adelaide complained.

"Sweety, when I was your age ... "

"When you were my age? That was somewhere in the late middle ages, mom."

"Don't be so rude, Addy! Go to your room. We'll talk later when you think you can handle this without being so mean."

"What? Mom! You're so unreasonable!" Adelaide shouted.
Adelaide went to her room, eventually.

Seriously! I can't even say two words or my mom's freaking out. This is it. I will chance this for once and for all. And they will regret it. Yes, they will.
After a few hours of spending alone in her room, Adelaide leaves her bed. She knew her parents and Erin were already asleep, so there was no-one to stop her.

So, this is really it. You all forced me to do this. There is no life inside this house. It'll all be better now.

Suddenly she heared the frontdoor opening.
Luckily for Adelaide, it was only Jog.

"Oh Jog, you scared me to death! Jog, be a good boy and go back inside, alright?" Adelaide said to Jog. He was peeping.

"Ssshh, don't make so much noise, Jog. I don't want my parents to notice anything. Just go back inside." She gave him a hug and pointed to the frontdoor. Jog slowely sauntered back inside.

I'm sorry, Jog. This is for the best.
Adelaide ran away. She didn't know where to turn to, but she knew that behind her school was a restaurant. En route, she picked up some old and dirty clothes out of some containers. When she finally saw the huge "The City" sign, she lowered her pace. She went inside the building and looked for the toilets. This is much better. They won't recognize me now. So, where do I go from here?

Tiredness suddenly hit her and she went for a place to sleep.
It wasn't much, but it was better than the ground. Rapidly she fell asleep under the stars. Not much later a familiar face appeared in front of Adelaide.

"Isn't that .. no way! It's you!" he shouted a little bit too enthusiastically.

"Herghmm, who's .. " Adelaide was still a bit sleepy but she could see his face clearly. It was Gary Williams.
"What are you doing here at this time, Adelaide? And what happened to your beautiful hair?" He really was worried.
Adelaide explained everything to him.

"So, you walked away? That's pretty badass!"

"Now that you're mentioning it."

"And your hair?" he kept questioning.

"I cut it off and painted it black. I'm not stupid. I don't want to be recognized."
"I get it. Say, Addy, this is not a safe place to hang around. What about you coming over at my place for as long as you need?" he offered.

"That sounds nice. I mean, only if you don't mind." Adelaide was glad he offered this out of the blue, but she still felt a little bit pampered.

"Of course not, otherwise I wouldn't have asked you it," he said with a smile on his face. "Now, let's take this cab."
Adelaide was slightly shocked when they arrived at his house. It was much smaller than she expected.

With so much money you should at least expect a better garden and bigger house. But, I should never judge a book by it's cover.
But the inside wasn't much better than the outside.

"It isn't much, but it's my home." Gary saw that Adelaide was still shocked.

"Erhm, your bedroom is on the left. I've still got some clothes from my ex-girlfriend, it should fit you."
It's small. But cozy. I kinda like it. It's better than sleeping on a bench. I should be gratefull. She shuffled to the mirror. She hadn't seen herself with her new haircut.

Oh my, what have I done? This doesn't even look like me.

She slowely walked to the dresser and put on some clothes that were still in it.

"Addy! Dinner's ready!" she heared Gary shouting. "I'll be there in a minute!" she shouted back at him.
"Aah, you put that on. It looks cute on you. Come, sit with me." "Erhm, Gary, I don't want to be rude .. but why's your house so small?"

"Haha," he laughed. "That's not rude. I'll tell you. My parents are rich. So am I. But I choose to live a normal live without any unnecessary things. I want to work for what I deserve. And so far, it's only this I deserve."

Adelaide was amazed. A man who didn't like rich parties and being rich? This was fate!

"Oh, look, it's already 1AM. I think it's bedtime, Addy," he said and put the plates away.

"But.. I don't want to go to bed. I'm not tired," she protested.

"Are we gonna play this game?" he laughed. "Then bring it on."
"Let's go to bed, Adelaide," he laughed.

"Put me down, noooooow!" she shouted.

"I will. Have a little patience." He walked towards her room ...
.. and put her down on the chair.

"Good night, Adelaide." He put her head in his hands and kissed her on the forehead.
Adelaide put on her pajamas and went to bed.

Tomorrow is gonna be a big day. It's gonna be my day.

And with this she fell asleep.

This story is cancelled. Please read my blog for more information! I'm so sorry =(.

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#1keishafellerMay 3, 2012

nice chapter... And I like the new haircut! No, I love it.. though it doesnt look much like her, it's a chance she took. Her parents must be freaking out right now! And I can't wait to see all the challenges she will have to face from being Daddy's little princess to a homeless teenager!

#2fansesisiliaMay 3, 2012

Nice chapter ! I wonder what "her day" would be like . Really interesting ^_^

#3sadia1995simsluvMay 3, 2012

Awsome chapter!! Love her hair cut!! Btw how do you get your sim to pick her up like that is it a cheat?

#4annaarsovaMay 4, 2012

awesome chapter \:\)

#5urm0mVIPMay 5, 2012

Eek at his house alone \:o

#6rhytaymacJun 27, 2012

cancelled no way i lovve this story but the hair doesnt really suit her soz

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