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Let's Get These Teen Hearts Beating Faster

By kevina oyatedor All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Humor

Blurb

Scott Huntsman sleeps with any girl he puts the charms on. He takes them out, tells them that they are sweet, girls fall for it all the time. His challenge now is an overachiever named Maria Pilgrim who does not give in easily. Whatever it takes, he will find common ground to get her in bed. But can it lead to more than that with all the kisses and conversations?

Chapter 1

Chapter 1: Scott

I swerved in the parking lot of school very quickly. My favorite spot close by the entrance in front, I see two of my friends, Jake and Logan, we handshake each other and enter the building. Telling them how I hooked up with this cute girl named Chloe, girls flocking to us like flies when we walked through the halls of Boulder High. Winking and blowing kisses at all the fine girls, they swoon and melt. Jake asked me if he wanted to hang on Friday after lacrosse practice.

“Maybe, I got to do something for coach later,” Jake nodded, I had Physics for first period so I told them I’ll see them at lunch. I think there is no point of Physics, it’s Math all over again but I need it to graduate.Walking in the classroom and finding my seat classwork on the board. Searching my pockets for a pencil, I forgot it in my car, looking around I tapped the girl’s shoulder next to me.

“Hey do have a pencil I could borrow?” She looked at me and said “sure,” giving me the one she was holding. Curly auburn hair, brown eyes behind her glasses, a cardigan sweater under a red shirt.

“What about you?” I asked curiously with a smirk.

“I have extras, you’re welcome.” She said.

“Thanks,” our teacher comes in, my attention to her as she begins to lecture. Glancing at the girl seated next to me again. Curvy body and big tits. She’s cute.

Class ended, me the first out the door leaning against the near wall and checking out the girls as they walked out. I didn’t see curly. I peeked inside if she stayed behind, her talking Mrs J., probably asking for extra credit.

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Three periods later and I was starving. The cafeteria is serving burritos and sandwiches today. Stepping in my friends at the table already, sat by Logan and our conversation consisted of when the new Final Fantasy game is coming out. I saw Rachel, the girl I’m taking out this weekend, walk toward us with two of her friends.

“Hey Scott, so what are we doing this weekend?” She said with hazel flirty eyes as she ran her fingers through her brown hair. Asking her out earlier was so easy, she literally lit up and said squeaked yes.

“It’s not even Thursday yet,” one of her friends said next to her, seeing that it’s curly from Physics.

“It’s a surprise,” I winked, she squealed in excitement, bumping shoulders with her other cute friend and curly rolling her eyes while holding her tray of food.

“Hey, is there a problem?” I pointed at curly.

“Uhh… no,” she said giving me an emotionless look.

“Maybe you could join us later,” I suggested with a smirk.

She laughed and said “No thanks, busy,” she walked away and to the table with her friends. Scoffing playfully, that’s the first time anyone has ever said no. She’s seems like a challenge, I love challenges.

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