Read Story: SEASON 1 EPISODE 98
“You don’t need prepping; you’re perfectly fine,” he
explained as we stood in the doorway. I felt my face
warm up but luckily, I could blame it on the cold air.
When he opened the door, Georgia, West, and the
twins were all ready to leave. They had their coats on
and were lingering by the door. West was smirking
at me and I glared at him. I’m guessing he heard
what Jonah had said just a moment ago. Georgia, on
the other hand, was grinning and flung herself at me,
wrapping me in a tight hug.
“Where are you guys going?” I asked as Georgia
released me and she quickly replied.
She held up her pink sled. “We’re going sledding!”
The twins had a two person sled that was purple,
most likely the only color the two could agree on and
West had an orange sled. “Well, have fun.”
“We will. You guys have fun,” West replied as they
all exited the house. West peeked his head back
inside. “But not too much fun, remember- my
mother and father are home.”
Speaking of the two, they walked into the living
room with warm smiles on their faces. “So you’re
I smiled and nodded. “I am.”
“I’m Diane and this is my husband Gregory,” she
introduced. “We’ve heard a lot about you.”
Glancing at Jonah, I shook her hand before shaking
Gregory’s. I hope they heard good things about me.
“I’ve heard a lot about you two, too.”
“Well, we’ll let you two get to work,” Diane replied.
Jonah awkwardly switched feet. “I was wondering if
we could work in my room.”
I felt my face burn warmer and this time I couldn’t
blame it on the cold air; we were inside. “Yes, but
leave the door open.”
Jonah nodded. “Of course.”
“No funny business!” Gregory shouted with humor
in his voice.
Jonah led me to his familiar room; I remember it
when West gave me the tour of the house. As we
entered the room, he followed his guardian’s orders
and left his door open just a crack.
“I think they meant wide open,” I replied as he
walked over to the place where I was standing.
“It’s not like we’re going to be doing anything,” he
shrugged before he looked at me with a smirk.
“You’re a pervert.”
I felt my face burn and I shook my head vigorously.
“I’m not! I was just saying!”
Jonah laughed. “Sure,” he drawled. I stared at his
white fluffy carpet before my eyes searched his
walls. I stared at the band posters, all of which were
familiar to me. I noticed his game systems and I had
the urge to sit down and play them but instead I
turned to look at his bookshelf. My eyes drifted from
his bookshelf to his canopy bed with different shades
of blue blankets and sheets. “Why are you staring at
my bed, you pervert?”
I glared at him as he smirked. “Anyway, let’s get
started,” I explained, opening my bag and taking out
the pile of books on Martin Luther King Jr. I spent
about 28.99$ on the books. They were on the
clearance rack and I quickly scooped them up.
“We don’t have to sit on the floor, you know? I have
a couch,” he motioned towards the leather couch
beside the television and gaming system.
I shook my head. “Too tempting.”
Jonah stared at me before he let out loud shrieks of
laughter. I thought for a moment before I realized
what he’d thought I meant. He thought that I was
tempted by him. I felt my face warm up even more.
Just when my blush calmed down! “No! I meant the
video games were tempting!”