Senior Year is coming!
November…something lol, but November FOR SURE!
But for now, here’s a little teaser 🙂
(sample unedited and subject to change)
I scanned the shelves of pregnancy tests, playing Russian roulette on who to trust to give me the quickest, most accurate results that each one advertised. Settling for one that I had saw in a commercial, I headed to the front of the drug store to check out and couldn’t believe who was working the cash register.
She grabbed the only item I was purchasing, giving it a toss to read the label, “Pregnancy test, huh? Why doesn’t this surprise me?” The little smirk she was wearing had me ready to jump over the counter and smack her ass. But for the sake of pending baby, I kept my cool.
“Not everyone has to create Photoshop babies like you, Skylar.” I still couldn’t believe she had pulled that shit in the first place.
“Hmph. I see that little ovulation app of his must need an update. I mean, there must’ve been some type of malfunction in the software for him to mess around and get you pregnant.” I damn near chewed a hole through my tongue trying to hold back the wrath I wanted to unleash on her sorry ass. I knew she was still salty after her little plan to break Jaden and I up backfired in the long run, but that didn’t mean I was gonna let her get me completely out of character.
“Listen here, Skylar. I’m not here for conversation, I’m here to get my stuff and go. Now if you wanna talk, you can grab your little nerdy ass homegirl and use those bootleg ass tech skills to track me. But until then…” I swiped my card and clicked the green button to confirm my purchase. She rolled her eyes, practically throwing the pregnancy test at me followed by the receipt. Instead of getting mad like I should’ve, I tossed her a smile and told her, “Have a good day, Skylar. I’ll be sure to tell Jaden you said hello.” She gave a little grunt, confusing the hell out of the next customer. I couldn’t help but walk out of the store laughing. But once I looked down to what was in my hand, I was instantly brought back to reality and all my laughs came to a halt.
Senior Year is finally upon us and graduation is officially on the horizon!
With all of the new possibilities, Alexis and Jaden are happier than ever before. But when their relationship is tested by both old and new distractions, and everything around them seems to be falling apart, will they be able to survive the school year as one? Or will it simply be time to say goodbye?
(Note: This book is not a standalone. For the full story, I highly encourage you to read Attractions & Distractions: Freshman Year, Sophomore Year, and Junior Year first!)