His hot breath touched the dip of my shoulder, and I found myself tilting my head away slightly to give his lips more access as they barely grazed my neck. It was like the touch of a hair, quick and barely noticeable, but I was hyper aware of everywhere he touched. I'd always been.
"I need you."
Skye Valkyrie has a secret. During the school hours, she stays hidden; good grades, never gets in trouble, casual clothing, the usual. No one noticed her, and that's the way she wanted to keep it.
After school was an entirely different story. Any time she was out of that dreaded building, she wore leather jackets, harbored secrets, started fights, vandalized, pulled pranks, attended parties, you name it. She'd kept her extra activities well hidden, until a few guys from school happened to stumble into one of her schemes.
Cyrus, Tyler, and Jay decide to strike a deal with Skye. During school, nothing changes. They're the same to her and anyone else they come across, and she's still the same girl that no one notices. After school, that's another story.
There's one fault in this plan, and it's name is Ryder Williams. With a burning hatred for Skye and anything that relates to her name, the four will have no choice but to keep their acquaintance a secret. So, what happens when he finds out and his feelings for the loner start to change?
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