Her Name in the Sky
About this deal
Felix ends up cutting seconds for everyone—“We need a fair judge,” he says, elbowing Jungkook out of the way—and they all eat eagerly, watching each other’s plates to see who unearths the plastic pink Christ child hidden within the cake. Chaeyoung’s smile falters. She drops her hand from the shower caddy. “We’re gonna be fine, Lis,” she says. “We’re going to miss each other, but we’ll be fine.” PPS now that you’re 18, you might actually be held accountable for this stuff…so keep that in mind. Happy birthday!
Han, it would take about two seconds for anyone in this school to figure it out, Clay says. Who else would give Baker a note like that? Heart-wrenching but incredibly good. Shows the perspective of being LGBT and religious, something we see not so often Read moreAnd then we went over to Urban Outfitters and Felix and I got her that book about hamsters dressed as Renaissance painters?” Lisa says. Lisa nods very carefully, not wanting to betray her insistent heart or the steam inside of her. Then Chaeyoung turns her head—Lisa can sense it with every nerve inside of her—and kisses Lisa’s cheek. Lisa stills all over, begging her heart to stay balanced where it is, until Chaeyoung moves away from her, as casual as a breeze on the bayou, and opens the refrigerator.
Jungkook runs a hand through his dark hair and mutters “Big night” for the third time, and then a building door opens several yards behind him. Don’t tell me you two were waiting around for me, someone calls. They turn to see Clay striding toward them, his football jersey stretched taut over his chest. What’d y’all think of the pep rally?I can ignore it, she thinks. I can refuse to look at it. I can stomp on it every time it springs up within me.
Before we start,” Baker says, and at her words, the gym falls quiet again, “Father Simon is going to lead us in prayer.”
Yeah,” Jisoo says, “but between that and Jungkook dumping her ass, I doubt she’s gonna be our best friend anytime soon.”