Read Story: SEASON 1 EPISODE 26
“I only wanted to see if you have good security,” he
swung his walker around.
“You need to leave or I’ll report you to the police,”I
I sat in the chair, spinning around. I took my DSi out
of my purse and started playing it, glancing up every
so often to see if anyone was here. I looked at the
clock and I realized that I had ten minutes until
closing time. I took off my glasses and rubbed them
on my shirt before placing them back on my face.
When the clock struck 12:55, I quickly got up and
took off my name tag, sticking it into my pocket and
grabbing my bag. I swung on my jacket and put my
bag over my shoulder. I locked up the shop and
quickly walked to my car, rain getting on my
glasses. I wiped them off before driving to the large
When I arrived, I entered through the food court,
where Jonah said he and his sisters would be
waiting. I took out my phone and shot him a quick
text as I leaned against the wall.
I suddenly saw a teenage boy and a girl stand up
and start waving their hands crazily. I looked around
to see if anyone noticed; they hadn’t. It took me a
minute to realize that it was Jonah and his sister.
“Hi,” I smiled politely when I reached the table. Jonah
furrowed his eyebrows.
“What? No insult?” he asked.
“The ‘hi’ was for your sisters, you stupid saltine,” I
snapped before smiling at the twins who were
watching us. One of them had a fry in her mouth
and the other was clacking away on her pink
“I’m Sierra,” Sierra introduced, extending her hand.
She was the one with the fry dangling from her
mouth. I shook it, her hand not the fry. I realized that
she had glasses similar to mine and her style was
much like mine, too. It was quite creepy if I’m being
“I’m Sabrina,” the other girl smiled, shaking my
extended hand. I noticed that she was more of a girly
girl; she had a pink streak in her brown hair and she
was wearing lighter colors while her sister was
wearing the exact opposite. From what I could tell,
they might be twins but they’re so different.
“I’m Savannah,” I smiled at the two girls and they
“We know,” Sabrina smiled before turning her gaze
to her phone which just vibrated on the table.
“How?” I asked.
“News travels fast about which girl helped our
brother tick off some big steroid induced guy,” Sierra
replied this time.
“Yeah, that’s me,” I replied with clenched teeth as I
looked at Noah.
“A stunt like that and you’re still friends with my
brother?” Sabrina snorted.
“Is that what he told you?” I asked, looking at Jonah
who had his face stuffed into a cheeseburger. “It’s
quite the opposite, girls. I actually don’t like your
brother. He follows me around like a lost puppy and
I have to restrain myself from punching him about
99.9% of the time that I’m with him.”
“Then why are you here?” Sierra raised an eyebrow.
I shrugged. “I have nothing better to do this fine
Saturday so I accepted the invite.”
“Are you hungry?” Jonah asked and I shrugged. I
could go for a taco right about now.
“I’ll be back; I’m going to go get a taco,” I excused
myself. I walked to the taco booth, staring at the
options. “Can I get a spicy soft taco?” I asked. The