"Morning," Tanner greeted me with an unnecessary swagger.
Sitting back in the driver's seat, he leaned out the window from where he blocked my driveway. With my bike in hand, I walked around him, determined to leave him and this ridiculous change behind. Geoffrey and I hadn't made up after practice, and the more often they followed me around, the greater chance someone would notice. I didn't need Geoffrey breathing down my neck. Or worse, Andre.
"Hey!" he hissed, driving after me. "Come on. This is stupid."
From the back seat, Jackson groaned. "Being up this early is stupid."
"You realize I can just drive ahead, wait in the parking lot, and get in when you arrive!" Tanner yelled as he followed me as I pedaled down the str...
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