By Kate Brian
the better you climb, the farther you should fall....
Reed Brennan knew being elected president of unique Billings corridor may switch her existence. What she did not anticipate used to be being dumped through her boyfriend, Josh Hollis, or being held liable for a fireplace that destroyed Easton Academy's oldest construction.
And now the management desires to close Billings down. without end.
As president, it truly is as much as Reed to avoid wasting Billings corridor. What larger approach to win over the headÂmaster than to host a glam fund-raising occasion in ny urban? everybody wishes a date, and the newly unmarried Reed is the main eligible lady on campus. All of Easton's most well liked boys are angling to take her out, and for as soon as, Reed's greatest challenge is which one to decide on.
Reed hasn't ever felt so well known or robust -- until eventually the police commence asking questions about Cheyenne Martin's loss of life. Excited occasion buzz quick turns to whispered rumors and darkish moods, and something turns into transparent: there's a person who desires to see Billings, and Reed, pass down. and they're going to do whatever to make it take place.
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And whoever was doing this to me would be sorry. Taking a deep breath, I turned around and strode inside. *** Everyone was gathered in the parlor. For a fleeting moment I considered just going in there and asking if any of them was behind the black marbles and the clothing, and maybe even how that picture of Cheyenne and me had made it out of my desk drawer and onto my bulletin board a few weeks back--which I was starting to think was part of all this. Or if any of them was helping someone on the outside.
The Twin Cities protested under their breath, but I pretended not to hear. I'd done it their way. Now it was time to try it my way. I unbuttoned my coat as I walked over to the Billings tables, feeling confident in my decision. Feeling, in fact, better than I had in days. But the feeling was short-lived. Halfway across the cafeteria I noticed people whispering. Eyeing me warily. Glancing away quickly when I looked in their direction. An eerie sense of deja vu settled in around my shoulders. The vibe in the room was way too familiar.
I couldn't wrap my brain around that--the idea that there was another student at Easton who was that evil, that insane. An image of Ariana's cold, hard face flitted through my mind and a dreadful shiver raced down my spine. No. There was no way it had happened again. Cheyenne had committed suicide. End of story. Still, I needed a distraction. Now. ” She looked up from her book. ” I asked her. ” she answered brightly, tossing her book aside. I took a deep breath and grabbed my deck of cards. Thank God there were still a few normal things to do around here.