Leanna Book 2

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Chapter 32: Zoe Collin

I was admiring the classic architecture of New Haven when I noticed a modern structure in the middle of all these historical buildings that stuck out like a bruised pollex.

The Gallery

I was on my way home after I finished shopping for groceries.

I checked the time, and when I noticed that it was still early, I drove towards that building’s parking lot. I saw that there were various expensive cars parked in the basement.

Maybe there is an exhibit?

I shrugged my shoulders and made my way towards the elevator going to the main lobby.

Cocktail dresses and three-piece suits greeted me. Instantly, I turned back and was about to leave when that familiar annoying voice stopped me.

“Leanna, funny meeting you here.”

I groaned.


I turned around to look at Sophia’s beautiful, alluring self. She was wearing a white bodycon dress, highlighting her curves while still looking like a frail and innocent bashful lady.

“What a coincidence bumping on to you. Are you here for my exhibit and auction?” Sophia sweetly smiled. Instantly, the whole room turned bright.

“No, I was just curious. I’m on my way back home actually.”

Before I could turn around and make a scram for it, Sophia grabbed my hand and pulled me from the lobby towards the exhibit room.

I sighed when I saw those people from yesterday with the absence of Rowan.

Holley was surprised at seeing me. Nonetheless, she immediately flashed a fake smile and walked towards us.

Nixon, however, was blunter in showing his contempt. Still, he followed Holley anyways.

“Leanna, what a coincidence meeting you here.” Holley smiled like she was meeting a long lost friend.

“Yeah, the last time I saw you, I was hoping that it would be the last.” I gave them a timid smirk.

They were stunned for a moment, taking the opportunity, I quickly left them and made my way towards the lobby when a certain lone painting caught my attention.

I was about to take a look at it when I noticed that Holley and her gang were quickly gaining on me.

Why can’t they just leave me alone?

I breathed a sigh of relief when a bunch of men and women blocked their way, apparently wanting to make their acquaintances.

Grabbing the opportunity, I blended myself into the crowds and made my way towards that painting.

It was a lone white flower surrounded by colorful ones. It was like a wild, untamed blossom that stood out from the rest, just like the whole canvas stood out from the other paintings beside it.


Instantaneously, I didn’t know what to think that Sophia was ZC.

How can an image loving girl paint something so wild and rebellious?

“You like it?”

Said a pretentious gentle girly voice.

I turned around to see a girl not older than me in a simple white shift dress. Her long hair, simply tied in a ponytail. Her small face gave off an aura of purity and innocence that couldn’t even hurt a fly. She was pretty like an angel and innocent looking like an infant.

I frowned.

“Yes. But unfortunately, Sophia painted it,” I answered honestly.

The girl giggled.

“Oh…, this maybe Sophia’s exhibit, but I painted this one.”

I was shocked and looked at her, confused.

The girl extended her hand and smiled at me.

“My name is Zoe Collin.”

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