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I looked from Cass to Levi. He once again kissed my knuckles and smiled. “Go on. I’ll—”
“Catch up,” I finished for him and we both laughed.
I gave him a hug, and then got into Cass’s car. “So, where—”
She turned up the music so loud I couldn’t hear myself think. There was no way she’d heard the start of my question, which could only mean one thing: Cass knew exactly what Levi and Tucker were up to. And if she attempted to talk to me, she’d end up spoiling the surprise. Cass was like that. She loved to gossip, and when it came to non-essential secrets, she could not keep her mouth shut. I settled back in my seat and waited. Thankfully, it wasn’t a very long ride. Then again, it didn’t take long to get anywhere in Haldeen.
Cass turned down the music as she pulled into the parking lot of Dalton’s—the favorite hangout spot for us on Friday nights. It was a Wednesday, and the place was dead except for a few factory workers on their way to their overnight shift.
“Root beer floats are on me,” she said, getting out of the car.
I squealed with delight and clapped my hands as I followed Cass into Dalton’s. Root beer floats were my favorite.
“Happy Birthday, Ali girl.” Uncle Dalton greeted me with a bear hug.
“Thanks.” He wasn’t really my uncle—he was Levi and Tucker’s, but I’d grown up calling him Uncle and it seemed wrong to stop calling him that now.
“C’mon.” Cass grabbed my hand. “We don’t have a lot of time.”
I felt like one of those balls that got bounced around in a pin ball game, bouncing from one place to another, getting passed off from friend to friend. My head was spinning. We took a seat in a corner booth and our floats arrived a moment later. Mine had a pink candle sticking out of the whipped cream.
“Make a wish.” Cass smiled.
Hmm…I closed my eyes and thought; I wish things could go back to the way they used to be with me and the Corbins. I blew out the candle and Cass clapped. She opened her mouth to speak and I held up my hand to silence her. “Don’t even ask. If I tell you what I wished for, it won’t come true.” I highly doubted it would come true anyway, but I wasn’t going to take any chances.
She laughed. “Okay, drink up. Jimmie Allen will be here to pick you up in about ten minutes.”
Jimmie Allen was in on this, too? Outwardly, I rolled my eyes. Inwardly, I was excited. Jimmie Allen was a ton of fun!
What does Jimmie Allen have up his sleeve for Ali? You won’t believe it! Rush on over to Loco for Libros and find out.
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The Georgia Corbins by Kara Leigh Miller
Ali Philips never thought anything could be more devastating than the day Levi and Tucker Corbin, her two best friends—her only friends—moved away. Three years passed without a single phone call, text message, or email from them and she’s resolved to the fact that she will probably never see them again. Until one morning when she comes face-to-face with Levi Corbin in physics class.
Little does she know, the Corbins have returned to Haldeen with only one thing on their minds: winning Ali’s heart. Ali soon finds herself in the middle of a love triangle she doesn’t want any part of. As she tries to reclaim the friendships she’s lost and to adjust to the unfamiliar feelings she’s having, she struggles with making the one decision that will forever change their lives: Levi or Tucker Corbin?
She’s always had a special bond with Tucker and feels most comfortable when she’s with him. But Levi brings her to life in a way she didn’t think was possible and makes her feel things she didn’t think she would ever feel. Torn between the two, Ali is certain of only one thing–by the time it’s over, she’ll lose one of her best friends.
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