Chapter 3.03, Generation 3

Chapter 3.03

A/N: This chapter contains nudity and adult language.

Once Dale and Kirsten left for the weekends, Cameron posted a party invitation on all his social media.

Couple hours later the house filled up with teenagers and young adults ready to party through the night.

Cameron and Julie got drunk again and did what bullies do. Made fun of people.

“I’m gonna go for the uggo over there,” Cameron chuckled and pointed to the girl that was sitting alone on one of the couches in front of the TV.

“Really? You’d do her? Eww.”

“Watch me.”

Cameron sat on the other couch across from the girl and stared at her for a little while.

“Having fun, cutie?” he said drunkenly to start the conversation and moved on the couch next to her, wrapping his arm around her shoulders. He never had a problem getting any girl he wanted and he knew this girl would be no exception.

Couple minutes later he was leading her to his bedroom and Julie was giving him the thumbs up.

“Don’t worry, you’ll like it,” he said to the shy girl that was obviously about to make love to a boy for the first time in her life.

After Cameron had his fun he got dressed and returned to the party and to his girlfriend. That was the deal – they can have as much fun as they want with other people, but they will always come back to each other.

The girl interrupted their dance when she finally realized she’s been used, “you’re an asshole, Cameron. How could you do this to me.” She wasn’t far from crying.

“I’m sorry, who are you again? Why don’t you go and have fun with one of these guys, little girl. You need practice,” he mocked her performance in bed, “feel free to use my bed.” 

Then he gave her a provocative wink and pulled Julie closer to him to resume the dance, leaving the dark haired teenager in tears.


Next morning Cameron was working out in his bedroom when his father barged in furiously after he saw the mess in the kitchen clearly showing that there was a party while they were gone. Cameron didn’t eve try to cover it up. He wanted his father to know he doesn’t respect him a bit.

“When are you going to grow up?! And you want to get married? You act like a brat! But I will tell you one thing. There will be no room for your stupid behavior soon. Kirsten and I are going to have a baby and if you plan on keeping this up, you can find a place to live. I’m tired of this shit!”

And he slammed the door behind him, leaving Cameron in his room alone. But he wasn’t alone very long.

“May I come in?” Kirsten asked and peeked through the door.

No answer.

She let herself in anyway. She had to try and talk some senses to the boy.

“Cam, why do you do this to your father. Haven’t you both been through enough?”

Cameron looked down and for a second Kirsten thought he agreed with her.

“Yes, we have,” he said quietly, looked up at her and then his voice changed from understanding to evil, “and you are one of the reasons why. So don’t even try to act like you care.”

“I care very much, Cam. I hope one day you’ll see it.”

“He’s so full of hate. What’s the next step?”

A/N: As much as I love all characters from the beginning of my story, I recommend you start with generation four here since I didn’t have enough photos and experience with writing when I started this story. I plan on updating these chapters eventually 🙂

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