New to Town

When Emily Alan moves to the little town Cory, which is on the beach, she wants to start a fresh where people don't know about her problems, and they wont judge her. But starting a new school isn't easy and people don't always like the shy girl who won't tell you anything about herself.

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3. Cody

Cody, I soon realized was not just extremely good-looking but also very popular. Everyone seemed to know him. People came up to him everywhere, and it made me slightly uncomfortable. I was supposed to be blending in, but everywhere I went girls were giving me the evils as if he had chosen me out of all of them.

Arriving at the first lesson, Cody put his bag and files down on a desk, and gave me a slight nod with his head. I placed my bag carefully on the desk and my files next to it. I looked out the window and thought about the day so far, it could only get better.

'So,Emily,' I turned to look at Cody, 'What do you want to be when you're older, because  maths A level is hard?' He asked with a cheeky grin.

'I don't really know, I'm thinking a doctor, or a vet, or something like that.' He smiled at me kindly.

'You must be super clever.' He remarked with a laugh. I blushed, which made him laugh more.

'Haha no, anyway, what do you want to be?' I quickly asked to change the topic of conversation away from myself.

'I don't know either,' He replied slowly seating himself on a chair and looking down, 'My parents want me to be a doctor, or a lawyer or something like that. But I don't think I should.'

'So what do you enjoy?'

'Art,' he replied, 'but I don't see that happening anytime soon.' 

'HEY CODY!' A blonde girl cried over the room of people. She was wearing a pair of very short, shorts and a tight, low hanging blouse, with brown wedges. 

She came up behind Cody and grabbed his face and gave him a massive kiss on the lips. I looked away quickly, but not before I saw her hand reach out to grab his trousers. I had never been one for personal displays of affection, but this was taking it too far.

'Hey, shitface!' She growled at me, 'your in my seat. Move. Now.'

I didn't need asking again, I grabbed my bag and files and scuttled of to the other side of the room.

 

 

 

 

 

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