Read Story: SEASON 1 EPISODE 141
“What?” I asked him. Okay, maybe playing stupid
was…well, stupid. But I can’t just openly admit to
Savannah’s enemy that I may or may not have a
crush on her.
He gave me a flat look. “I asked if you have a crush
I scoffed. “Who?”
He ran his hands down his face. “Savannah, the girl
you just made out with.”
I glared at him. “I didn’t make out with her. Besides,
you don’t know a thing…unless you have night
He rolled his eyes. “Your face says it all. Your eyes
are panicked and confused and your lips… they’re
swollen.” Why was he looking at my lips? Awkward.
I raised both of my eyebrows. “That doesn’t mean I
“Unless you kissed one of your sisters, then you had
to have kissed Savannah,” I glared at him.
“Fine,” I shrugged. He smirked. “But that doesn’t
mean that I like her.”
“Really? So, you know, kissing her doesn’t mean you
like her?” he asked and I shook my head.
“Nope, not at all,” I shrugged.
“So… if I kissed her, you wouldn’t mind one bit?” he
asked and I felt my stomach clench. If he kissed her,
I’d be very angry. I’m not one to be possessive but I
doubt that anyone would want to see their crush
kissing someone else.
I shrugged again. “Nope, we’re just friends.”
Francis nodded before turning around. He turned
back for a moment. “So you wouldn’t mind at all?”
“Nope,” I reassured.
I decided to bring Sierra and Sabrina home. It was
getting late and tomorrow, well, today is Christmas.
We should be getting a call from our parents
sometime today, too. I walked into the party and
quickly located Sierra standing a bit too close to Blake
for my liking. He was leaning in as I approached
them. I quickened my pace.
“Sierra!” I shouted a bit too enthusiastically. Blake
groaned and leaned away from my little sister. She
shot me a glare. “We’re leaving.”
“Where’s Sabrina?” Sierra asked me, giving me an
annoyed look. I plastered on a fake smile.
“She’s out by the car,” I lied.
Sierra snorted. “Oh really? Does the car happen to be
a senior who she’s dancing on?”
“What?” I whipped around and bounded towards the
part of the floor where people were dancing. I looked
around, searching for my sister. I turned and saw
her sitting at the place where they serve drinks,
nonalcoholic of course. I narrowed my eyes. Sierra
lied to me!
I turned around and stormed over to Sierra and
Blake and quickly separated them. I turned to look at
Sierra. “Go to the car.”
She rolled her eyes. “Whatever.”
I glared at Blake before I walked over to where
Sabrina was. I told her we were leaving and she
calmly got up and walked towards the exit. That was
easier than I thought. I exited the party, following my
“Did you do it?” Sabrina asked me as she put her
phone away. I turned to look at her, slightly
“Did I do what?” I questioned.
She wiped her hair out of her eyes as she shivered.
“Did you kiss Savannah?”
I shrugged. “Yeah, I did.”