Sarah and I sat together at the football game while the other girls were cheering. We spent most of the game checking out boys from the other school. I never saw any harm in some friendly flirting. After the game, Sarah and I went to the parking lot to meet the girls. Apparently there was a party that Brooke, Sarah, and Lindsey were going to, but Mandy and I took a rain check. She offered to walk home with me, since she lived one street over. That’s so nice of her, I thought. Mandy was a sophomore, not a junior or senior like I thought. Other than talking about little things, the walk home was pretty quiet. We went by Rick’s house just as he was lighting up a cigarette in his driveway. Mandy smiled, waved and said hello; I kept my eyes ahead.
“Wow, he’s cute,” Mandy breathed. “You’re so lucky to have him as your neighbor.”
How the hell does he expect me to answer when he’s got his hand covering my mouth?
I was getting immensely terrified now. The only thing left to do was beg. I didn’t mean any harm. I tried to pretend you weren’t there, honest! But then Mandy said hello and you greeted back and I was always taught that it’s rude to ignore a greeting. And—
No! Don’t! It’s my fault, not hers.
Then, I felt his cold lips press gently against my soft skin and again on my cheek.
“Carrie! Carrie, wake up!” said my aunt, shaking me. “Carrie are you alright? It looked like you were having a bad dream.”
“Well be careful. I don’t want you getting a cold. Get dressed; we have some errands to run today.” She left and began making breakfast.
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