It Had to Be You (Joe Walker Fanfic)

Dianna Avery is an ordinary freshman student, starting a new life in Michigan and has a rule in her life to not be interested in any guy. Her ordinary life changed when she met a StarKid, Joe Walker. With a lot of drama coming to their relationship, will she break her rules and can choose her truest love?

Chapter 1

By Chance

"We all like to think that we're in the driver's seat of our own lives.
But the truth is, the idea that we can control our fate is an illusion.
You can choose the most loyal friends, the dream job, and the truest love."
-Gossip Girl

Michigan. I never thought I could make it. I've always wanted to live in America, again. Since my father was a successful businessman, we moved to another country a lot. Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Australia and a few of Europe country. But he never get me to my hometown, America. I've always dreamed to live here again, and thankfully my teacher offered me a scholarship to University of Michigan. She knew that I'm interested in drama and music stuff so she registered me here. In here I met Grace, Sara and Stefan. They're my friend that helped me a lot since I'm not used to live in America. Since then, I lived in Grace's apartment. Even though my father was successful on his job, I'm trying to not use his money at all. I'm basically not a spoiled child. I went here with my own budget and live by myself.

And today is the day I'm moving out from Grace's apartment. I just can't stand living in her small apartment and bother her, but until I find a new place, I'll stay in the not-so-posh hotel that is close to my College for two or three days. Grace and I pulled up outside of a worn out building.

"Sorry, Di. this is the only hotel that is close to school and fit our budget" she said to me, I could tell that she was hiding her laughter. "It's really not that bad, it's nice" I lied. Grace was trudging behind me. I walked up to the front desk and checked in.

We got to my room. "Make sure you find the right apartment to move into, I know it can be hard, so..." Grace handed me a ton of Real Estate brochures of all apartments that were available to rent near school. "Wow, you are really awesome, Grace. Thank you."

"You're welcome, dear. C'mon, let's go and grab a iced coffee before class!"

I chucked all of my luggage into my room, and headed out with Grace. We got to the front door when I realized I left my school stuff upstairs. "Damn! I left my bag upstairs with my books and stuff!" I turned and said to Grace. She rolled her eyes at me. "Go and get them and I'll meet you at the Cafe, okay?" I smiled and nodded.

I immediately rushed back upstairs, but being the klutz I am, I bumped into someone who was running to the elevator too. We both dropped our key, without looking at the keys or the person, I grabbed the one that is closest to me and apologize. He grabbed the key that was left and we both walked into the elevator. I wasn't really paying attention to my room number at the beginning, so looked at my key and the room number read 309. Located on the third floor, so I pushed the 3rd floor button and he pushed the 2nd floor one. When we reached the 2nd floor he stepped off and stood there until the doors closed. It came to the 3rd floor, I run around like a headless chicken in search for my room.

I opened the door and gasped. The room was better than the brochures. I saw luggage in front of the vanity. I walked over to open the bags, but I stopped in my tracks as to realizing the luggage was not mine. The contents, it's all male stuff. Male shorts, male shirt, male jeans, and... male underwear? "how am I going to explain this one?" I said to myself. That man I bumped into, this might be his room. I closed the luggage properly and glanced at my watch.. I was too late to meet with Grace and completely late for class! but first, I needed to get my room back.

As I stepped out of the door, closing it behind me I couldn't help but smile to myself. I jogged to the elevator, pressed the button and to my surprise, when the elevator opened, the tall blue eyed guy, was standing there. My eyes widened as he looked at me. Those beautiful blue eyes, I was snapped back in to reality when he spoke, "Looks like we swapped our keys. Here you go" he handed me mine and I gave his back. Then he's out from the elevator.

"Sorry" I stepped to the elevator. I couldn't think of anything to say apart from sorry.

"It's okay. It wasn't your fault." he smiled. And the elevator door closed.

A/N: Sorry if it so short. I'm trying to make longer next time. It's okay to leave a constructive criticism. I will try at my best to do better. My native language isn't English, so I'm sorry if there was any mistake.

Thanks for reading!

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