By Shannon Delany
Every thing approximately Jessie Gillmansen's lifestyles replaced while her mom died. Now even her place of birth of Junction is altering. Mysterious darkish issues are occurring. All Jessie wishes is to prevent extra switch. yet displaying a sizzling new man round Junction excessive, she's approximately to find an entire new kind of switch. Pietr Rusakova is greater than attractiveness and a desirable accent--he's a man with a perilous mystery. And his very life is bound to convey colossal hassle to Jessie's small town. it kind of feels swap is the single factor Jessie cannot avoid...
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Pietr surely would learn a lesson in humility by getting lost, and now I just needed a pencil. . People began taking their seats. I could hear the groans and squeaks of the seats even with my head nearly in my bag. Someone tapped my desk. ” I asked, not looking up. Someone sat beside me. I pulled back from my backpack, only to see Pietr holding out a pencil for me. Defiant, I thrust my hand into my bag one last time and—aha! I withdrew the pencil and held it high in triumph. Mr. ” He paused dramatically, cupping his ear with a hand to signal us to reply.
I was annoyed to find a mob of girls hanging around Pietr’s desk. They seemed oblivious to my presence. Nearly as oblivious as Pietr was to me. I cleared my throat. No response. I elbowed Izzy aside, pushing my way into their giggling midst. “Come on, Pietr. ” He rose, slipping his newly acquired lit book under his arm. ” Izzy sighed. “Who does he have, Jessie? Mr. ” She never once looked at me—his guide and holder of the evidently royal schedule. “Yeah,” I snapped. ” Now I did groan. Escorting Pietr was making me less pleasant about everything.
Peter did not seem so convinced. ” “We were getting one,” the other boy—according to his name tag, Maximilian—muttered. The eldest cuffed him on the back of the head, attempting comedy, but I sensed a threat in the display. I took the slip of paper and quickly compared it to my own. I looked from the officer to Peter and back to the schedule. Handing my pass over for a signature, my eyes paused on Peter again. He glowered darkly before me, a sharp contrast to the eldest male’s bright smile. I should have forged Mr.
13 to Life (Book 1) by Shannon Delany
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