Tryst Six Venom by Penelope Douglas EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Penelope Douglas
- Genre: New Adult & College Romance
- Publish Date: 3 June 2021
- Size: 2 MB
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WANT TO BET my mother is about to have a meltdown?
I’m sure it’s after nine. She should be home, flushing out any calories she
consumed today, and finishing up step five of her skincare regimen instead of
waiting for me at the dress shop right now.
I’m so late.
Confetti flies in the air, and I reach down, grabbing three more rolled-up
T-shirts out of the bucket as the parade float bounces and sways under us.
“More shirts!” I yell over to Krisjen to restock.
The crowd cheers on both sides of the street, and I jump down off the
step, stopping at the edge as I hold my hand to my ear.
Come on. Let me hear it!
“Ah!” little girls scream.
“Hi, Clay!” tiny, six-year-old Manda Cabot squeals at me like I’m a
Disney princess. “Hi!”
She waves at me as her twin sister, Stella, holds up her hands, ready to
A comfortable breeze blows through the palms lining Augustine Avenue,
grazing my bare legs in my jean shorts as the potted pink lantanas hang on
the street lamps lining the road and fill the air with their scent.
Just your typical balmy, Florida winter evening.
“We want a shirt!” Stella cries.
I shoot my arm up in the air, my white T-shirt with the word BIG shining
in bold silver letters.
I smile, shouting, “You wanna be a Little?”
“Yeah!” they cry out.
“Then I need to hear it!” I move my feet, doing a little dance move.
“Omega Chi Kappa! Come on!”
“Omega Chi Kappa!” they shout. “Omega Chi Kappa!”
“I can’t hear you!”
“Omega Chi Kappa!” they scream so loud their baby teeth damn-near
Oh my God. So adorbs. I hope I have daughters.
I throw them both an underhand toss and resume dancing to the music as
the truck pulls us at a crawl, our float in the middle of a long line of floats, all
celebrating the annual Founder’s Day.
“See you in a few years!” I tell them. “Be good and study!”
“Yeah, we only take the best!” Amy Chandler shouts next me.
Followed by Krisjen’s chirp at my other side, “Be best!”
I snort, turning around to grab some more shirts. Balloons dance in the air
along the sidewalks, and I toss some more bundles, the tingles in my head
helping me play my part as I dance our choreographed little number in sync
with Krisjen to “Swish, Swish”.
The rest of our girls walk in front of or alongside the float, dancing along
with us in the street, and every eye on us makes the hair on my arms rise. The
attention always feels good. Rolling my hips, arching my back, and shaking
my body, I know one thing for sure. I’m good at this.
Our sorority is the biggest in any high school in the state, and while it’s
service and academic-based, because that’s what gets us into college, we’re
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