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to the anonymous reviewer: The only greaser that's on the wait-staff is Soda, and he's the best looking of the bunch, so it makes sense. Also, just pretend Penny is young enough to be with Soda. And then, Johnny Castle and Darry Curtis are the same person. (We also have like the next 8 chapters written so we can't change anything now), but thanks for reviewing!

Dally's POV

I looked the girl up and down again, she was an average height with long, straight brown hair, and just a few freckles. She seemed normal at first, but the thing that really got me were her eyes, they were the most enticing bright blue eyes I had ever seen. I sauntered up and smirked at her.

"How you doin'?" I asked, raising my eyebrows. Apparently it was her turn to look me up and down, and when she met my eyes again she didn't look too happy. She scoffed and turned to her friend, "Please, is that any way to pick up a girl? Come on Dorry, let's find someone else to talk to."

I rolled my eyes and pretended not to care as they walked away, but I could still here them talking even with the music so loud.

"He was so handsome, what's wrong with you?!"

"How you doin'? Ain't that just the cheesiest thing you've ever heard? Like he could get me with that."

I just stood there straining to hear her talk, but they had gotten too far away and were out of earshot. There was just something about this girl the got me like none other, I had to know more about her. I walk around trying to find one of they gang that might know something about her, I'd never seen her before, but someone must have, right?

"Hey Soda?"

"Yeah Dally, you havin' a good time yet?" Soda shouted over the music, while slapping me hard on the back.

"Yeah, yeah, sure. Listen, I have to ask you about this girl." I said, trying to sound casual. Dallas Winston did not have problems getting girls, the only thing he had a problem with was the law. I described her to Soda, praying he would have any piece of information.

"Oh yeah! I know her, I was talking to her just before you came up. Her name's Anna Schmidt, came here with her little sister Julie and her friend Dorry Henderson, she's the new lifeguard." he suddenly raised his eyebrows at me "You got the hots for her, don't ya?" he laughed and slapped my back again.

"I do not, you just quiet down about, alright?" I told him sternly. Normally I would have beat the daylights out of him right there, but now I needed something from him.

"Come on, just tell me if you know anything else about her, okay?" I asked, trying to keep my temper.

"Sure, okay," Soda sputtered, still trying to suppress chuckles "She's seventeen years old, she just came up today. See, her parents died last year in this big fire that started at their house, so she's had to take care of her sister. She got so tired of the government checking up on them though that hauled ass and moved up here for the job."

"You got all that already?" I asked, bewildered. She blows me off in the first two seconds, but tells her entire life story to Soda in two minutes?

"What can I say? I'm a people person!" Soda grinned. I punched him in the shoulder but that just made him grin even bigger.

After talking to Soda I wanted try it with Anna again but I couldn't find her in the crowd of people dancing. I saw Darry over by the coolers and decided to get a beer and see if he knew anything else about the new girl. I walked over and grabbed a bottle out of the cooler then popped the top of it with my teeth.

"Hey, you see that new girl around here?" I asked Darry, again taking on the most I-could-care-less attitude I could muster.

"You mean her?" Darry said.

"Who?" I asked looking at him, he was staring out at the dance floor, his eyes open wide and practically drooling. I followed his eyes to see what he was looking at and caught it immediately. There was a girl dancing in the middle of the floor all by herself, it was that girl Anna was with, Dorry. With the way people dance up here it should have seemed completely out of place, but it didn't, she looked natural, like she was just havin' a lot of fun. She was maybe a little taller than Anna and had shaggy light brown hair cut short like a boys. She was dancing with her eyes closed, but when she opened them I could tell they were grey, even from here. I could also tell whey Darry was so into her, but first things first, I had a girl to get too.

"So, about this-" I was about to continue but he wasn't even looking at me and it was obvious he wasn't listening.

"I'm gonna go ask her to dance." Darry said, suddenly standing up. He walked over and when she saw, she threw off her jeans jacket and smiled at him, motioning for him to come closer. He grabbed her hand and pulled her in close. I smiled in spite of myself, at least somebody might be getting' laid tonight. I turned around to crack open another beer, and there she was. I knew this would probably be my only chance to get with ever again, so I tried to think of something clever to say, but all that came out was "Hey hottie."

Anna's POV

Hey hottie?

"Is that all you've got?" I stifled a laugh. He looked at me, confused.

"What do you mean?"

"What I mean, is that I've noticed you asking around about me and after all that, all you could come up with is 'Hey hottie'?"

He shrugged "Yeah, I guess so..." he stared into space. "Do you wanna get out of here?" he asked, and his eyes snapped back to mine.

It was getting really hot and humid in this place, so fresh air would do me good.

"Yeah, sure." I said. He smiled and took my hand, leading me out of the shack.

We walked down towards the staff cabins and he pointed out where all his friend's rooms were. He stopped about four cabins down from mind.

"This is my place." he said.

"Looks nice." I complimented. I lowered my voice and put my hand on his chest, "Can I see inside?" He looked shocked at what I was suggesting. For such a bad boy exterior, it sure seemed like he didn't do this a lot.

"Uhh, yeah." He lead me up the three short steps and unlocked the door. He ushered me in and I took in my surroundings. He didn't have much, only his clothes and few picture of him with some of the other guys. I turned around to face him and he pressed his lips against mine. I reached up and snaked my arms around his neck and in return he grabbed my hips and moved me to the bed. Our lips only broke apart long enough for me to get my head to the pillows and then we were moving together again. I took the first move at undressing as I pulled at the hem of his Kellerman's shirt. He whipped it over his head and his hands went under my back to unzip my dress. He slid it off my body along with his pants all without breaking our kiss. Ass the night progressed, my memory faded and I woke up with a sheet wrapped around my body. I turned over and Dally wasn't there but there was a piece of paper on the nightstand

Sorry, had to work. You probably have to too, but I didn't want to wake you. See ya around, Dally.

I looked at the clock on the wall, 8:43, I had to report to Mr. Kellerman at 9 for my first day. Great, I guess I won't be making a good first impression on anyone.

I pulled my hair into a high pony and looked around the room for my clothes. I found my bra and dress thrown around, but there was no sign of my underwear. I shrugged. Guess I'm going commando... I put on what I had and used some of Dally's toothpaste on my finger.

I ran up the path to the main clubhouse and passed Dorry on the way. She gave me a sly wink and let me keep running, I made it into Mr. Kellerman's office as the clock struck 9.

"Hi Mr. Kellerman, I'm Anna Schmidt, the new lifeguard."

"Ah, hello Miss Schmidt. I hope you've been finding your way around okay. You'll find everything you need down in the pool house. Lunch is at 1, and the pool closes at 4, have a good day."

I gave him my thanks and started walking towards the pool I saw a familiar dark head go by, which was odd because I only got her last night. It was Dally. I jogged to catch up with him.

"Hey Dally!" I exclaimed.

"Uh, hey," he replied, looking elsewhere.

"Where are you off to?" I asked.

"Over there." he pointed in vague direction. "I'll see ya around Anna." he mumbled and walked away from me.

"Huh," I said, "what was that all about?"