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Throwback Thursday: Fallen Crest High (Fallen Crest High #1) by Tijan

“In that moment, I realized that he always had that affect on me. The ice façade I reined over myself was plucked away whenever his attention was on me. He reached over and took it away like I was a baby with candy.” 

“People are snakes, you just have to figure out their different colors, but they’re all the same. Everybody wants something.” 

“You’re so secretive, Samantha. We had no idea you liked to run.”My eyebrow shot up. “Well, how could you? We’ve been such great friends since…” I waited a beat and gave my own forced laugh. “Oh, that’s right. We’re not friends.”

“Yeah. He looked like a cat who’d found his favorite mouse wounded or something. It was eerie. And he started to make fun of her, like all cruel and stuff. The things he said to her were horrible and he was only playing with her. She didn’t try to defend herself. I guess Mason Kade really hates that girl, and the way he ripped into her. It was something else.”  “He enjoyed it.” Adam’s voice was quiet.  I looked over and held his gaze. Something dark was in their depths. He spoke again, “It was like an animal that was playing with its kill before they fully killed it. That’s what he was doing with her. I’ve never seen anything like it before.” 

“People don’t know what they’re made of until they’re tested.” 

“I was broken. I didn’t need to break anyone else with me.” 

“Fun was fun and Sam was strung like a violin. I could play sweet music when I plucked at some of her strings.” 

“Because you don’t care about anything. It’s your ammo. You don’t give a damn and no one can touch you because of it.” 

“He watched behaviors. He didn’t listen to words.” 

Mason and Logan Kade are two brothers who did their own thing. They were rich and expected to attend her school, Fallen Crest Academy. They chose public school and now Samantha has to live with them. The problem is that she doesn’t care at all: about them, about her friends, about her cheating boyfriend, or even about her parent’s divorce. But maybe that’s a good thing. Maybe change is a good thing.

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