By Siobhan Vivian
From acclaimed writer Siobhan Vivian, a unique concerning the methods intercourse and love can swap a girl.Natalie Sterling desires to be on top of things. She wishes her buddies to be dependable. She desires her classmates to choose her pupil council president. She desires to locate the best man, now not the standard jerk her college has to supply. She wishes a very good popularity, simply because she believes that would result in good stuff. yet existence is messy, and it's totally not easy to be in charge of it. now not while there are freshman women working round in a pack, attempting to get senior men to sleep with them. now not while your mates have secrets and techniques they are now not cozy sharing. no longer whilst the boy you as soon as disregarded finally ends up being the boy you desires to sleep with your self - yet in simple terms in mystery, with not anyone ever checking out. Slut or saint? Winner or loser? Natalie is getting uninterested in those compelled offerings - and is now going to discover how to reside lifestyles within the occasionally messy, occasionally impressive in-between.
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It’s about you living up to your full potential, Autumn. You always say that you’re more of a behind-the-scenes person. But that’s not true. It’s just a convenient excuse not to be noticed. College admissions counselors don’t just want to know that you’ve participated in extracurricular activities. They want to see leadership skills. ” Autumn opened her Orangina and chugged down about five huge gulps. A tiny part of me thought she might be considering it. Then she changed the subject, asking, “What were some of those funny slogans we came up with?
And in the election for your new student council president, we may have had our closest results in my history as an adviser. The winner, by just a handful of votes, is…Na—” Somebody in Mike’s crowd booed, and I never heard the rest of my name. Not that it mattered. From somewhere in the back of the room, Autumn barreled through the crowd toward me, knocking people aside with her huge book bag. Her hair flopped all in her face, and she screamed at the top of her lungs. I rose to my feet, smiling so hard it hurt.
Her face fell, and she explained that she’d accepted an invitation from Marci Cooperstein’s family to visit their lake house for a week. I played it cool, but inside I steamed. Marci had been trying to edge in on my friendship with Autumn for months. Autumn had held Marci off, but I guess the promise of Jet Skis and barbeques and bunk beds were too much for her to resist. It was seven days of pure misery for me. I made my mom take me to the library about four different times, because all I did was sit in my room and read.