Do No Evil by Ivy Fox EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Ivy Fox
- Language: English
- Formats: PDF / EPUB
- Status: Available for Download
- Genre: Romance
- Price: Free
- File Size: 2 MB
- Published Date: October 29, 2021
Ten years old
For the third time today, my attention travels to the new kid at school. While
the boys are having a blast playing hoops in the courtyard, my focus is once
again diverted from my best friends to the boy in black—Easton Price.
He’s sitting on the concrete ground against a wall, his back hunched as he
furiously doodles something on his notebook. Richard Price’s new stepson
has been at Northside Elementary for two whole weeks now, and I have yet
to see him talk to one person here. He hasn’t made any friends, nor does he
seem too bothered by it. He looks perfectly content just having his nose
inside a notebook and a charcoal pencil in hand.
I wonder what he’s drawing.
I look around the school’s playground area and try to pick out something
that might be beautiful enough for someone to immortalize on a piece of
Could it be the small tufted titmouse singing its whimsical tune, perched
on a nearby branch, flapping its tiny wings to keep itself airborne?
Or did he pick the girls with wide toothy grins jumping double dutch?
There is no way I can pinpoint what his muse could possibly be from so
far away, but by the way Easton tilts his pencil and vigorously shades the
paper in his lap, he’s determined to finish his drawing before the end of
recess’ bell rings.
Determined to see the masterpiece for myself, I get up from the ground
and dust off my knees.
“Hey. Where are you off to, Ken? Don’t you want to watch me beat
Walker’s butt?” Colt teases, dribbling the ball.
“You wish,” Finn says, easily snatching the ball out of Colt’s hand and
making a perfect shot.
“Hey?! That’s cheating. I was distracted.”
“You snooze, you lose,” Finn counters with a chuckle, holding the
basketball on his hip after he’s retrieved it.
I laugh at the rivaling pair before heading in Easton’s direction, only to
stop mid-step when Lincoln places his book onto his lap and tugs at the hem
of my T-shirt to get my attention.
“Where are you going, Ken?”
“I’m going to introduce myself to Easton,” I explain matter-of-factly like
a grown-up would.
“Who?” Colt asks with a furrowed brow.
“She’s talking about the new kid,” Finn explains, his gaze falling on the
boy in question across the school’s playground.
I can tell by the way Finn stares at him he’s just as curious as I am.
“No, you’re not. Leave that kid alone. I mean, look at him? He gives a
whole new meaning to the word ‘freak’,” Colt sneers, apparently not as
impressed with Northside’s newest addition.
“Don’t be mean, Colt. If he’s a freak, then what am I, huh? A girl who
only has boys as best friends?!” I retort with my fists on my hips.
“I’d call you the luckiest girl in Asheville,” Colt rebukes with a smirk the
size of both Carolinas combined.
“Whatever. I’m going to talk to him, and that’s the end of it.”
“I’ll come with you,” Lincoln adds softly beside me as he stands up to
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