The Phone Call

Havermouth, Five Years Before

Heath left the final class of the year feeling as if a weight had been lifted off his shoulders. Just the exams left to do, and high school would be a thing of the past. He paused for a moment, his eyes adjusting from the artificial light of the classroom and his body to movement after two intense hours of mental activity as the teacher had taken the opportunity to run them through a practice exam.

Cameron’s bright hair caught the sunlight over the heads of other students moving out into freedom. “Hey!” Cameron grinned as he headed over. “It’s done! We are free!”

“Until exams,” Heath corrected. “And, then the pre-reading for university.”

“Ugh,” Cameron’s groan of disgust was throaty. “Let me have at least today to enjoy the end of classes without filling my head up with more useless knowledge.”

Heath slung his arm around Cameron’s shoulders. “Will you miss school?”

“Nope,” Cameron leaned into Heath. “You?”

“Nope,” Heath agreed. He gave Cameron’s shoulders
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Everleigh Miles
Haha! I don't know if I should confess the author didn't think of that ;-)
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Kiera J
I'm trying to decide if I'm surprised or not that between the three of them no one thought to get a burner phone lol.

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