Chapter Thirty Two- Everyone's Lost In Their Own World

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The bell rings for lunch, and I make my way to my locker to get my books for the next lessons

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The bell rings for lunch, and I make my way to my locker to get my books for the next lessons. I head over to 'our' lunch table after purchasing a doughnut and take a seat across from Dylan, who smiles at me and Brian, who's next to Dylan, arcs an eyebrow at me in question, "what're you grinning for?" 

I shrug, "I got an A+ on my History test, you can't blame me," I say, grabbing my victory chocolate doughnut and taking a bite. 

"Well, in that case, I got an A+ too, you don't see me smiling," he deadpans. 

"Leave the girl alone," I hear Zack say as he takes a seat besides me. 

"Since when are you so protective of her?" Brian asks curiously. I don't hear the reply cause I spot Jenelle walking with Ryder and immediately excuse myself from the table. 

I speed walk to where she takes a seat and plant my behind on the bench next to her. "Hello, people," I say extremely cheerfully. Ryder and Jackson, who're sitting in front of us, share a look of confusion, but then Ryder blinks and gives me a small smirk. 

"Guess that Parker hasn't forgotten us after all," he drawls.

I pretend to examine my nails, "I mean, were you ever worth remembering, Ryder?" 

At that, Jackson snorts out a laugh and Jenelle glares at me, while Ryder just grins, "awe, Parker, I thought we were becoming closer since our very sentimental talk at the restaurant." 

I just roll my eyes at his statement and turn to Jenelle, "I need to talk to you. Alone. And I don't care if I'm being rude," I look at Ryder and Jackson, "sorry, guys, but this is important." 

Ryder and Jackson just shrug and engage themselves in a game of 'who can eat their lunch first'. Immature boys. 

If you weren't worried, you would've joined them too, Rosalyn. 

Okay, I don't see a lie in that. I get up from the bench and Jenelle does too. I lightly grab her wrist and start walking off to the library, since it'll be quiet. "This better be worth it, Rosalyn," she says quietly. 

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