Elite and Tawdry - Chapter 20
When it came to the English project, progress was...slow. They had retired to Dylan's chambers. He was constantly getting distracted with all the toys and things in his room. Tawny sat at Dylan's desk, tapping her pen on the surface impatiently as she watched the half-naked teen move about his room in his gym shorts and sneakers.
Elite and Tawdry - Chapter 16
The 20-minute drive was met with deafening silence. Twice in the span of a week, Tawny was being chauffered someplace by car. And even though this wasn't an abduction, even though she wasn't angry or fearful for her life, for some reason she was even more anxious sharing a space with Professor McCurdy than with Dylan and his hired goons.
Elite and Tawdry - Chapter 15
Tawny limped to the locker room after gym class. Her whole body ached from the barrage of dodgeballs. Ms. Roberts gave the entire class a scolding, but the damage had already been done. Tawny's spirit was broken; she had let the Evil 3 see her at her most vulnerable, and they had won.
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Elite and Tawdry - Chapter 14
Gym class. The bane of every awkward high schooler's existence. As if it wasn't bad enough that Tawny had to face it alone without her backup -- Maddie opted for Geography this semester -- every Ivoree Gates student was required to wear a gym uniform.
Elite and Tawdry - Chapter 12
"Tawny!" A flushed Maddie met an equally agitated Tawny at the doorway of their dormitory room. Tawny was driven home in silence in the same limousine that had abducted her. At least this time, there was no annoying Dylan to distract her: she was allowed to mull on her thoughts and the events that had transpired. The ride had helped to solidify her rage, her indignation at the injustice she endured.