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Lonely One: Chapter 12The Beatles were going to be touring England in October. Knowing that made me feel even more alone, seeing as George would be incredibly busy and unreachable. I gave him the number to La Scarla, and the number to Greg’s apartment.
Epona convinced me to dye my hair brown to conceal my identity. I refused until she absolutely swore that it was temporary. I also cut a few inches off and gave myself short bangs. Wearing glasses once more, I felt like a former High School classmate named Ella. My charmed life echoed through my memory, reminding me that I’d been somewhat of a bully to a few randomly chosen girls my age. I wished I could apologize to them now.
We took a late bus to Cleveland, Ohio. The trip was mostly uneventful, but I hardly slept. My mind was racing, trying to form a plan. It felt too late to just hand the company over. Why had I been so stubborn? Saying no was what got me in to this mess in the first place. On the other hand, a small part of me ke
Hold Me Tight: Beatles in pain scene
"Now, why would I want to leave? I just got here. Nope, wait, scratch that. We got here a few days ago. Seems you and your little boyfriend avoided us last night at the movie," James snarled.
"What do you want?" Sarah asked sternly. She backed up a bit more, trying to keep herself as far away from the repulsive man as possible. The two behind James were not as tall but looked very disturbing. One was a burly man who was going bald. The other was one of James's older, heavily built brothers.
"I want you back," James said.
Sarah glared at him. "How dare you come here and expect me to come back to you, you big brute! You are so shallow. I almost feel sorry for you."
"Oh come on, baby, you know you want me back," James advanced toward her.
"You beat me up in the streets and then left me. Get away from me," Sarah pushed him away. James s
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