quietly, not intending her to hear. I looked at her clothes, noticing she was wearing my Ozzy Osbourne tour t-shirt with a pair of her black skinny jeans.
boobs? Darling, some
boobs would be a B, you my dear are a double D.” I rolled my eyes at her, it’s not like I could help it. “And that ass
...” She smirked at me, knowing I was getting a little uncomfortable.
“If you were a boy I would’ve slapped you by now.” I announced, knowing the cashier had heard the entire thing.
“But I’m not,” She smiled, and placed our order quickly. “And thank God for that!” She meandered back towards me, sitting down. “Did you notice that you are number one hundred?”
I could tell my facial expression had changed to one of disbelief. I couldn’t be their one hundredth victim. They’d be trying so much harder to get me if I was.
“You’re lying.” I gave her a questioning look, trying hard to interpret if she was lying or not. “I can’t be their big one hundred
. They would’ve picked someone...”
“Beautiful, yet smart, with a bangin’ bod?” She tried to finish for me.
“Well, yeah.” She shook her head at me, and got up as the cashier called her number.
“You’re all that and so much more, doll face.” I stuck my tongue out at her, my cheeks turning red. “That tongue ring of yours probably turns them on even more.” She winked at me this time, causing me to shut my mouth and give her a death glare.
I watched as an overweight family came into the restaurant, almost colliding into Natalie on her way back. She set down the tray and I sorted out what food was mine. I opened up one of my double cheeseburgers as Natalie gasped. I looked up at her as I took the first bite, and followed her gaze. I almost dropped my burger when I saw a truck pull into the parking lot, the bed of the truck filled with four members of the Sexy Six.
“Shit!” I whisper yelled ducking down in my seat. “They can’t see me like this! I’m in a tank top and shorts for fuck sakes!” I rewrapped my burger and grabbed the rest of my food as I stood and ran for the bathroom. Natalie followed me in, food in hand.
“This is not your day, kiddo.” I sent her a glare as I opened the bathroom door slightly, trying to hear the Six. She joined me in spying as the Six walked into the restaurant. I couldn’t make out what they were saying, but I watched what they were doing hoping it would help. “You’re going to have to make a run for it. I’ll go out and distract them while you silently
creep your way to the door. Don’t take too long, though.” She was whispering to me, and pushed me out of the way. She gave me the look that said ‘watch for the signal’ as she walked out.
I watched as she walked over to them, going on to the opposite side of them so that I could see her face, and they would be looking in the opposite direction from me. Her face looked mad, and I could only imagine what she was going on about. She locked eyes with me for a brief second and I knew that meant ‘go’.
With my food clutched to my chest, I opened the bathroom door wide enough for me to slip through and began to quietly walk towards the door. It was working out perfectly. I reached the exit and go through unnoticed. I quickly walked towards my car, knowing they might see me through the window. I patted my pocked and with a sudden shock I realized my keys were still at the booth.
I opened the door to my almost always unlocked car and shoved my food into the passenger seat. Grabbing a few fries, I made my way to the entrance of McDick’s and opened the door. I managed to get Natalie’s attention through the clear door and viciously pointed towards the booth. She quickly looked towards it, not giving off anything to the boys, and noticed the keys. For a split second her eyes widened, realizing that it was a bad thing. She slightly nodded her head, signalling that she understood. I walked back to my car and slid into the driver’s seat. I watched Natalie through the rear view mirror as she backed away from the boys and grabbed the keys. She walked to the exit, and practically ran to my car. I got out and hugged her when she handed me the keys.
“You, my friend, are a life saver!” I said loudly into her ear. I squeezed her even tighter.
“What would you ever do without me?” From her voice you could tell she was smiling, obviously happy with herself. I knew something was wrong when her voice dropped a few octaves. “Get in the car and leave. I’ll meet you at your house.”
I pulled away from her and glanced over my shoulder. I saw the Six walking towards me and I jumped into my car in the same instant. I started my car as I waved to Natalie, and flew out of the parking lot. I took one last glance into my rear view only to see the boys approaching Natalie.
A/N: PUBLISHING AND RELEASING IN NOVEMBER