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Melody Mini Series III: Temptation by Star Girl

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Part Two ~ Home Free

Startled, Annabel spun. Behind her stood David, Dwayne, and Paul.

“What is going on?” David asked.

“Marko is leaving,” Annabel said, “With me.”

“Leaving? Really?” David said.

For a moment, no one said anything, then…

“Hey, Annabel, are these guys bothering you?” It was Adam and his friends, whom she’d played volley ball with that day.

“Yeah, actually, they are,” Annabel said, not resisting a smile. Gosh, it was nice to have some normal friends in this town.

As soon as they were well away from David and the other two, Annabel paused. “Meet you by the entrance to the Boardwalk?” She said to Marko, who still looked a little unsure. As Annabel weaved her way through the crowd, drawing closer to her motorbike, her heart began to pound. This was it. She was finally leaving Santa Carla, with Marko.

A few moments later, they were together again. Annabel was still a little wary, as if she expected David to pop up again. She took a deep breath and looked over at Marko. Now or never.

“The trip to Winter Vale is a good four hours, but we should get there a while before the sun rises,” She said.

“We’d better, or you’ll be spending the summer with a pile of dust,” Marko said.

Annabel made a face, “That wasn’t funny.”

“Not meant to be,” Marko said.

“Oh,” Annabel said, realizing her was serious. Yikes, me and my big mouth, she thought. A quick moment of silence passed.

“Are we going to get moving or stand around and talk?” Marko asked.

“I’m ready when you are,” Annabel replied, sliding onto her bike, “In fact, I can’t wait to get out of here.” She said under her breath.

Marko glanced back at the Boardwalk, he seemed hesitant.

“Come on, everything’ll be fine,” Annabel said with the ghost of a smile on her face. The sooner she was away from David and the others, the better.

A minute later, the two were zooming off into the night.

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