Always & Forever by Lola Clarke EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Lola Clarke
- Language: English
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10 years earlier
You have to come, Laurel! It’s the last weekend that I’ll be here before
leaving for Florida!” Stacy, my best friend since kindergarten,
I roll my eyes at her. “Why can’t we go to the movies, Stace? I don’t
wanna go hang out with a bunch of stuck-up snobs in the middle of
Stacy huffs, “Because the movies are boooring! And they aren’t a bunch
of “stuck-up snobs”, they’re our friends, and it’s the first bonfire of the
summer. I won’t get to go anymore since my parents are shipping me off to
my granny’s place all summer before college starts in the fall.”
She pokes out her bottom lip, like that’s gonna persuade me to go.
“Please? Just come with me to this one and I won’t ask you again the rest of
the summer. You can shove your nose in your lovey-dovey romance novels
and forget about having any kind of fun once I’m gone.”
I wring my hands together and bite the inside of my cheek. Stacy loves to
party and is the most social out of the two of us. I, on the other hand, would
rather stay home with my Kindle reading or watching some cheesy romance
movie on Netflix. I’ve never been interested in large crowds of people
because they make me feel super-awkward and when I get that way things get
a little embarrassing for me. My mouth spews word-vomit and my famous
clumsiness makes an appearance. It’s better for everyone if I don’t show my
face to any of the bonfires.
“Jake will be there.” She wiggles her brows at me and smirks.
A shiver runs down my spine and goosebumps prickle my skin.
The boy I’ve crushed on since I learned to walk. He’s lived next door to
me our entire lives and our parents have been best friends since they were in
school. I think our mothers have secretly been planning our wedding since we
were in the womb and they found out our genders.
Jokes on them though,
because Jake stopped being my friend when he became the first-string
quarterback on the football team. He’s the popular kid and I’m just the
booknerd that he only associates with when our families get together for
vacations or backyard barbecues.
Looking up at my best friend, I groan. She knows I can’t say no now.
“Fine, but you better not get drunk and start trying to strip out of your clothes
She glares at me. “That was one time! You can’t keep holding it over my
head. Now, get up and get dressed in something hot so we can go. You’ve
gotta look hot if you plan on catching your Jakey-poo fish from the sea.
Come on, move it!”
I roll my eyes. Something hot. Yeah, right.
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