Girl Take My Hand

Avatar Author: Granada Chello. What's up? [Zones out just far enough to nod.] Anyways.. I’m your average teenage girl: multitasking, procrastinating machine. I'll be writing up a research paper, eating leftover Chinese, and dialing ... Read Bio

“Look how far we’ve come, Tess.” he said with a smile.

Without looking up from her paper, she gave a confused, “What are you talking about?”

“Things are different, from the beginning I mean. I think we’re doing much better now.”

“How so, Marcus? We do the same thing everyday. You copy off my work and correct each problem as you go.”

“Oh come on!” He rolled onto his side and looked up at her with that look in his eyes. They were the only two sitting in the fluorescent school hallway, studying for finals together.

She giggled and replied, “No really, I had no idea. I didn’t notice anything.”

“Well I sure did,” he mumbled with a longing tone. Marcus forced himself to snap out of it and finally picked up a book.

But now she couldn’t concentrate. She kept thinking about what he meant by change. Was there something else? She had been enjoying his company lately. Maybe..

Right then, the bell rang.

Marcus stood up, and as Tess started to gather her papers, he held out his hand. “Here, let me help.”

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  1. Avatar Granada

    whoops! this is not supposed to be a sequel.

  2. Avatar .:Band Baby:.

    so i read the prequel, which was very good and different, and then read this one, which i like very much and was like… i don’t get how they’re connected. and then I saw your comment =)

  3. Avatar One Time, One Chance

    Haha! I wondered how these two connected.
    I really like that this could go places – please sequel this, because I would be really into this series!

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