By Meg Cabot
Avalon excessive, i used to be beginning to imagine, may not be so undesirable finally. probably it isn't the place Ellie desires to be, but when you want to begin at a brand new college, Avalon excessive is commonplace sufficient: there is Lance, the jock. Jennifer, the cheerleader. and should, senior category president, quarterback, and all-around reliable man. yet now not every person at Avalon excessive is who they look like . . . no longer even, as Ellie is ready to find, herself. As a strange drama starts to spread, Ellie has to ask yourself, what half does she play in all this? Do the coincidences she's piecing jointly particularly mean—as in King Arthur's court—that tragedy is quickly coming near near for her new neighbors? Ellie does not recognize if she will be able to do whatever to prevent the arrival hassle. yet by some means, she is aware she has to attempt.
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I knocked. Your dad said you were out here, and let me in. Is this a bad time? ” I stared at him, completely dumbfounded. I couldn’t believe this was happening. I had lived for sixteen years without any boy ever having paid the slightest bit of attention to me, and then one day, without any warning at all, the cutest guy I had ever seen—and I do mean ever—just shows up at my house. Having come, apparently, to see me. I mean, why else would he be here? ” I asked him. ” “Student guide,” he said.
He’d been smiling. After I screamed, he stopped. ” I stammered, staring up at him. I couldn’t believe he was just…well, standing there. Beside my pool. In my yard. On Spider Rock. “Uh,” Will said, starting to look a little self-conscious. “I knocked. Your dad said you were out here, and let me in. Is this a bad time? ” I stared at him, completely dumbfounded. I couldn’t believe this was happening. I had lived for sixteen years without any boy ever having paid the slightest bit of attention to me, and then one day, without any warning at all, the cutest guy I had ever seen—and I do mean ever—just shows up at my house.
Like this was a smile I always smiled back to. Except that I had never seen this guy before in my life. So how could my mouth even have known this? Which was why it was kind of a relief to run past them. You know, to get away from that smile that made me smile back, even when I didn’t want to. Necessarily. My relief was short-lived, though. Because I saw them again as I leaned against the hood of our car, panting heavily and polishing off one of the bottles of water my mom had made Dad and me bring with us.
Avalon High by Meg Cabot