Request: Hey!!! I’m in love with your fics! You write amazingly well! 😍 I was wondering if you could do 85 please? and maybe where she is kind of a bad girl also and isn’t going to make things easy for Billy or something. Thank you so much! (Even if you don’t do it)
Prompt: 85. “Did it hurt when you fell from heaven? I’m only asking because it hurt when I fell and I thought I might have done it wrong.”
Pairing: Billy Hargrove x Reader
Word Count: 758
A/N: Thank you for the request!!!! I currently have 15 requests (mostly Billy, but Jonathan and Steve too) and the continuation of Nightmares and Bruises. I am going to keep my ask box open but be aware that it may take me quite a while to answer your request.
To say that Y/N L/N didn’t give a shit about school, or anything else for that matter, was an understatement. The girl didn’t pay attention in class, sometimes wouldn’t even show up, and when she did she was likely to raise hell. But that’s not what made the teachers, and most of the school body, hate her. The thing that got to them the most was that she was top of every class and her grades and GPA were above average; way above. She was smart and by god did she know it. Her appearance didn’t convey her intelligence at all. Most of the time she was in a leather jacket with a cigarette in-between her fore and middle fingers.
Billy Hargrove took a liking to her as soon as he laid eyes on her. Her mustang rivalled his Camaro and her attitude mirrored his. She was hot as hell and he couldn’t help but check her out every time she walked past. He noticed people generally stayed out of her way. He had asked Tommy about it and he learnt that Carol had tried to get a group to gang up on her that year previous and all the girls had to spend the day in the nurse’s office while Y/N was suspended. While her violent outbursts were infrequent and limited to when someone came at her first, she wasn’t afraid to get her hands dirty. Billy respected that. He also respected the fact, that unlike the rest of the female school body, she didn’t give two shits about the Californian hotshot.
Y/N normally skipped fourth period English on a Thursday because she had read the text about a hundred times and was already prepared for the exam. She sat in her usual place on the stairs at the back of the school with a cigarette between her lips. The sound of boots crunching on the gravel drew her attention and she turned to be met with the schools new, double denim wearing devil.
“Heard you were the person to talk to if I’m failing chemistry.” Billy said with his gorgeous smile as he stopped in front of her. They were in the same chemistry and Y/N was well aware of his grades.
“I’m not really the tutoring type, Hargrove.” Y/N flashed him a smirk that matched his own before taking a drag from her cigarette.
Billy merely smirked back at her. “C’mon, angel. I promise I can make it worth your while.”
Y/N scoffed and stumped out her cigarette. “There’s nothing you can give me that I can’t get anywhere else, Hargrove.”
“Fine. But, did it hurt when you fell from heaven? I’m only asking because it hurt when I fell and I thought I might have done it wrong.” He was still smirking at her.
“Really? That the best you got?” Y/N had to hold make her smile.
“Go out with me and I’ll show you the best I’ve got.” He raised his eyebrows suggestively. Y/N shook her head with a laugh. She reached into her backpack and pulled out a notebook. She slammed it into the boy’s chest as she walked past and he turned in confusion. “The hell’s this?”
“The chemistry notes that will make sure you pass.” She smirked as she turned on her heels to face him before lighting another cigarette. “Pass chemistry and maybe I’ll consider going out with you.” She took a drag of the cigarette as she walked off with a smile on her face. Billy merely watched her go with an amused expression. He could fall for this girl. He smirked to himself as he opened the book. This could be fun.