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“Hello ladies, may I take a bit of your time?”
We looked over at Sophia and her minions. I was relieved when I didn’t see Holley with them.
Zoe frowned, yet she didn’t say anything while Estela smiled and resumed drinking her tea.
Sophia extended a pink and blue card at me. “Leanna, I’m officially inviting you to my debut that will be a month from now.”
I remained motionless. Not a single fiber in me wanted to accept that card.
What is this girl playing at this time?
The silence turned awkward when I didn’t accept the card, so Sophia placed it on our table.
“I hope you all can come,” was all she said before flipping her hair and walked out of the cafeteria while her minions whispered ugly gossips about us, trotting behind her, appealing to her good side.
“What is this all about?” I asked, confused.
I didn’t know why Sophia invited me to her debut, which I knew was not because she wanted to make merry and drink cocktails with me.
Zoe clasped her hands as if praying for something. “You guys! Please come! Come with me to her debut!”
I ignored her and glanced at Estela. “Are you coming?”
“No, it’s not worth our time,” Estela said with a no-care attitude.
I guess even how powerful the Collin’s were, it didn’t mean anything to the Fay’s.
Zoe didn’t take offense as she bowed her head towards me. “Leanna! I beg you! Please come with me!” Her voice was pleading as her face was helpless.
I sighed in defeat. “I guess I don’t have any choice if you’re going to be like that,” I said in surrender.
Zoe squealed and jumped from her seat. She hopped towards me and enveloped me in a tight hug.
“I know you love me! I know you can’t possibly forsake me!”
“Alright. Alright. Stop hugging me. Your flat boobs are hurting me.”
Zoe laughed and sprang back to her seat. “Even though I don’t like Sophia, but I got to admit, I’m pretty excited about going to Hawaii! Now that you are also coming, I’m even more excited!”
It took a while to register what she said, and the corners of my mouth twitched.
“W-what did you say? H-Hawaii?”
“Yep, my parents reserved a whole two-day spot in Maui, Hawaii. All tickets, accommodations, foods are paid in full!”
Zoe’s tone was ecstatic with a tint of jealousy, but I didn’t pay it any mind as I stagnate at the words ‘Hawaii.’
This girl should really say these kinds of information much early on!
I knew the Collin’s were rich, but I certainly didn’t expect that they would give it their all in Sophia’s debut. It was either they love Sophia so much, or they didn’t want to lose face –– I’ll go with the latter.
This battle of the birthdays is ridiculously expensive!
Now going to Hawaii made me regret that I said yes.
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