View attachment 9947 She sighed, oh how she hated her family at the moment. Her dark green eyes glared out the window of the city bus, taking her to the airport where she was going to be meeting up with one of her body guards and him. She groaned, moving from the window to glare at the seat in front of her, crossing her arms in pure hate. She hadn't seen this guy in over 16 years, yet her parents thought it was a good idea for this to happen? Her eyes glared even more, wanting to burn a hole right through the seat. The bus came to a stop at her destination too soon for her taste, grabbing her suitcase she walked off the bus, trying not to be too mad at the driver, what was going to happen in the near future wasn't his fault, but she couldn't seem to help it. Hayley stomped off the bus, rolling her suitcase behind her and shifting her purse on her right shoulder. Her long brown hair was flowing freely, being toyed with by the slight breeze. She looked at the airport, the large building that held a plane that would take her to an unknown destination. She didn't know where she was going, and quite frankly she didn't care. She knew she wasn't going to like it and it made her even more angry that her parents and his parents thought it would be a good bonding experience. Right. She grumbled, walking towards the door as it opened for her, wanting to somehow live a different life. She looked up and saw her body guard, the one that was going to escort her and him to their assigned destination. She saw another person, which would have probably been him. The 20 year old girl frowned, walking over there in without saying anything to him. "When are we leaving?" she asked her body guard, looking up at him. Even though the was 20, the woman was quite short for her age, standing at only 5'3'', and hated it whenever someone mentioned it. "In half an hour." he replied, sensing the young woman's hate. "Fine. I'm getting a coffee." she replied as she walked off, leaving her suitcase with them. She didn't care if she came off rude, she was not at all impressed with the situation she had been forced into by her parents. An arranged marriage.