The scones smelled like vanilla and almond–they came out perfect and I am insanely proud of myself. Derek would be proud. In fact, on that thought, I whip out my phone to take a picture, because these gold brown beauties that Levi and I are going to probably eat all of them.
No, we were. I nod as my Mr.Coffee coffee pot beeps, letting me know that liquid gold its been brewing is ready.
I started to pour myself a cup then mix it with some milk. The sound of the movie 'Beetlejuice,' playing in the background and I thought to myself that this has to be Michael Keaton's best work.
My coffee is strong and smooth, perfect to taste. I grabbed a cup and started to pour Levi one when there's a knock on the door.
"Coming!" I called out as I rushed to look and see who it is, but I already knew. He's perpetually five minutes early to everything–fashionably as he would say.
"Levi, come on in."
"Well morning little author girl," he said with a tired smile. He hugged me then looks around, his eyes spotting the coffee. "I've trained you well girly."
I let out a breathy laugh as I closed the door. "Sure you have, how are you?"
"Oh, just dandy," he said with a tired smirk before he took a long sip of his coffee. "
"Why? Oh, I made scones by the way."
"I see that," he said as he looked them over. "They safe to eat?"
I gave him a long look and moved back to my coffee. "Very funny."
"Well I'll take two them, if I die then have fun dealing with Charlie girl," he replied with a little laugh but a sliver of fear runs up my spine because I have no desire to ever meet the wrath of Charlotte Thorne.
"So what's going on?"
"Oh just the usual–Lander tried to steal my damn mug so I glued his to his desk amongst other things..."
I set the plates down on the island where he's taken up a stool to sit on, then move to get us some forks. "You're ridiculous," I said with a shake of my head. I shivered then took a long sip of my coffee.
"So I have a problem...."
"Yap?" he replied as he took a bite of his scone. "Damn these are good."
"Thanks, I made extra too because I figured you could take some back to Lander–"
Levi barked out a laugh. "To hell with that, but thank you little author girl, now what were you saying?" he asked as he took another big bite of the scone.
"Well, I have a problem."
"Mmm?" he hummed with an arched brow as he walked over to his seat and slid back onto it.
"Ok, so it's not really a problem–I don't know."
"Dammit girly, just spit it out."
"Alright," I sighed out before I took a long sip of my coffee. "Ok so I have quite a few people, a lot actually, that are re-reading the books."
"That's a good thing though little Zee," he pointed out.
"It is," I rushed out. "I mean it's like, insane to me–all of this, and I honestly–I don't know, it's really an incredible feeling to see people re-reading everything."
"But?" he prodded.
"But, many of them are dropping spoilers, hints, or they are commenting things that I am sure they don't realize is a spoiler, but it is..."
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The Bite-Book IWerewolf
Charlotte is on the run from a troubled past to start a new life, turn a new page and begin again. Little does she know that the new life she is about to start, is one that is only supposed to exist only in fairy tales. What was a minor decision pu...