By Piper Banks
The woman Genius is again and lifestyles hasn't ever been larger! I, Miranda Bloom, finally have an almost-quasi-boyfriend, Dex McConnell, the lacrosse big name of Orange Cove excessive. But when holiday holiday rolls round, and I jet off to visit my mom in London, Dex without warning turns out to lose all curiosity in me. Then there is Henry, the very lovely and intensely to be had British man, who complicates concerns much more through making it transparent that he is very in me.
issues do not get any more uncomplicated whilst periods begin again up at Geek excessive. among the scary math staff competitions, an annoyingly love-struck ally and a step-mother who turns out to thrill in making me depressing, it does not take a genius to determine that the semester ahead is going to be tricky.
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Of course, we’d been talking about everything and anything all day, that way you do when you meet someone new whom you don’t really know, yet have a weird instant bond with. ” I glanced at my watch. It was only five, although it was already so dark out, I’d thought it was later. “I’m sure she hasn’t left yet. ” “Right,” Henry said. ” I actually wasn’t sure I did remember the way back to Sadie’s town house. On my way to the Tube stop that morning, I’d been so excited at finally being out and about in London, that I hadn’t been paying close attention to landmarks or street names.
You couldn’t get close enough, and even if you could, those things are heavy. ” Henry grinned. “At least not back then. I’m a bit bigger now. ” “And you would have had a great story to tell your mates back home,” Henry said. I laughed. “That’s true. ’ It’s just so . ” “So English,” I said sheepishly, realizing how stupid this sounded. “Well, I have to confess something,” he said, and he leaned toward me, so close his mouth was only inches away from my ear. ” Goose bumps erupted up and down my arms.
And then because I thought more explanation was probably necessary, I said, “My mom lives around here somewhere. On Tulip Street. ” “Tulip Street? I know where that is,” the bobby said kindly. “Come with me, miss. ” Amazingly, Sadie was home when I returned. She was too busy pulling me into her arms and saying things like “scared to death” and “Henry said he’d left you hours ago” to remember to flirt with the bobby who’d delivered me to the doorstep.
Geek Abroad by Piper Banks