I Don't Want A Greek God For A Neighbor!

I Don't Want A Greek God For A Neighbor!

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Rachelb9234 By Rachelb9234 Updated Jul 30, 2015

"Wait, your name is Aphrodite? As in the Greek Goddess?" He asked not even bothering to hide his snickering. 

"Yes!" I placed my hands on my hips and stared him down. 

He stopped laughing and his gaze turned serious. 

"Can I call you Afro?" Wow, so original. Not like I haven't heard that before. 

"No! If you call me that, I will hurt you!" I said narrowing my eyes. 

This conversation was just making me angry. I'm not sure why I haven't just pulled my window and curtains closed yet. 

Maybe because his handsomeness has hypnotized you?  

Probably so. 

"Don't you know it's dangerous to threaten the bad boy?" He asked till his face was practically in my window. 

"And don't you know it's rude to-" and I never finished my sentence, because he ripped the towel off of me. 
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Aphrodite Lawson is the unsocial nerd who reads all day.

Until Kai Moore moves next door and shows the nerd what it's like to "really live."

His words not mine.

Pfft you met at a girl name Brittany's house. He probably slept with her before flirting with Gwen.
                              
                              No offense if your name is Brittany
What else did u bang
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              .....what...did I just comment omg 😂😂😂😂
Me😂😂
                              When people get to know the real me, they label me as sly fox or crazy devil🤣
                              But when I talk to strangers, I can't even form a proper smile, let alone say 'hi'
                              
                              Other than that I am this crazy girl when I am with my friends😂🤣
OMFG THIS IS LITERALLY THE ONLY REASON WHY I PUT THIS BOOK IN MY LIBRARY
My names Haven Amelia Watson ppl aren't used to it cause it's differ
Damn Door No, it's much better to face these kinds of things with a sense of poise and rationality