His face darkened, “No.” “He’s not really next.” I said “I miss you…Oh, and Xerxes told me this number.” The crowd.
‘ A voice said. “My father, naturally, wanted to strangle me when he heard I’d cancelled the wedding.
For the next year, I was pretty much confined to the palace with my grandfather, King Abdullah. Even though he agreed with my father that I needed to marry, he told my father I could choose whoever I wanted to be my wife.” The boys he was talking to seemed around Declans age, although only one of them was the same height as him. I’d remembered that Declan had said he was called Luke. I’d say that Luke was just a tiny bit smaller then Declan if not the same hight, he was dark skinned, with dark hair and matching eyes. And although he was muscular, he wasn’t subtle and sexy like Declan, he was more like a body builder, with every muscle way over exaggerated. He seemed like a nice guy though, and said hey to me when Declan had introduced me to them all. “ I am not!” He cried.
“Of course I was,” he says seriously. I start to laugh, merry pearls of joy that reverberates around the lunchroom. I couldn’t stand him blaming himself over something that is clearly not his fault, I grabbed his other hand and said “Hey this wasn’t…isn’t your fault, if it’s anyone one’s fault it’s the idiot who drove into them” “Cool” she said “Welcome to our CRAZY restaurant” He laughed and dropped me. I landed gracefully on my feet and turned to face my brother, glaring at him playfully.
“Let’s go before I beat the crap out of this little twerp.” I said, ruffling Riley’s hair playfully. But when I met Dex, everything I knew, or thought I knew, about myself proved to be wrong.
When I first met Dex, I began to feel beautiful.
“What?” Dex’s voice chimed. I walked out of the bathroom to find that Jason changed into his tux. “What about the others? George and Nora?” he whispered