First Page: unpublished manuscript (New Adult)
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“She fucking hates me.”
Alley sat there staring in disbelief at the grade for her philosophy paper. This was the third time she had received a D. She was definitely going to fail this class.
“Who hates you now?” asked Brianna, popping her fully primped head in from the bathroom as she was getting ready for the Lock and Key party.
Alley was rubbing her head in frustration, a mirror image of her father. She could just hear him now, “McAllister’s don’t fail.” The family motto.
“Professor Kline fucking hates me,” Alley spat out.
“Maybe if you weren’t so distracted by that smokin’ hot TA, you’d be doing better.”
Brianna was right. But that crush started long before they arrived at college. George Thomas DeWitt had been her secret addiction for as long as she could remember.
“Well sugar, this is definitely the party to make you forget about all about philosophy papers. Now go put on your assless chaps and let’s go. If we don’t hurry we’ll be handcuffed to losers all night.”
Alley ran to the closet to change her clothes. Clearing the adolescent memories of George from her mind and replacing them with, Mike. His piercing blue eyes and sultry voice practically melted her panties off the first time they met. She loved how every tee-shirt he wore was too tight for his sculpted arms. He was everything she needed, fun and sex, nothing more.
“Hey dumbass, she’ll still hate you tomorrow,” Brianna joked, “Ready to go?”