Chapter Twenty-Nine: I want you with me always.
TO say that Lydia was freaking out in front of the dean was an understatement. Calm down Lydia, you're going to have a heart attack.
She didn't have anything to be afraid of though as the dean had assured her that she was only going to ask about the incident.
She also told Lydia that George would be okay and not get suspended as he was acting in defence. According to witnesses, River swung at George first and missed.
"Mr Scott, Miss Jackson, here at Kingston we have strict rules and we expect students to follow them. Mr Henderson and Young are now getting punished accordingly. If there is anything I could do please let me know." The old women smiled at the pair sitting in front of her, she could tell that they didn't want anything.
Nodding George offered her a smile, "thank you, but I don't think we really need anything." Glancing at Lydia he was reassured with a nod that she agreed with him. "Thank you for your time," he said, standing up reaching his hand out for Lydia.
Lacing her fingers through George's, Lydia thanked the dean and rushed out of the office. Not waiting to see if the dean was going to change her mind and punish them.
Lydia hummed with pure bliss as the smell of coffee hit her. As usual, she reserved a booth while George orders the coffee.
With everything going on in the last few days, Lydia knew that she just had to take a breather. And I know the best person to take the breather with.
Placing Lydia's coffee order in front of her, George slid into the booth across from her. He didn't get to say anything because a question had already passed her lips by the time he had fully sat down.
"Would you like to go on a date with me, George?"
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A date people! <- That reminds me of the first book. Ohh how time flys, my dear.
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