Four Days In February

      Roy Diestelkamp / Thrillers & Crime
Four Days In February

The President of the United States is dying; there is no Vice President. The nation is under threat. Extraordinary times call for extraordinary actions. But what is constitutional? That is the argument!“Benjamin walked out into the hallway and was surprised to hear some talk about Rosé. “Where is Rosé?” Raven asked Benjamin. He glared at her and walked quickly away. “I just wanted to know, Ben!” Raven yelled at him. He was infuriated; he wanted death upon himself. People are going to think I killed her because I abandoned her in 5th grade, he thought as he stomped through the hallways, Kylah is going to tell everyone I did it! He walked through the office and waved at the secretary; she marked him as “out” on the sheet when he left.”Roséaleigh Sanders struggled through her life ever since Kylah Pittman started school with her and ever since her dad passed away in 5th grade. The only friend she has is Benjamin, but Kylah took him for her own. So now Rosé doesn’t have anybody by her side. When Rosé dies, she follows Benjamin to see why he abandoned her in the 5th grade. Once Rosé persuades Benjamin to come back to her, Kylah wants revenge.{To Amber; you will always have a place in my heart. Rest in Peace, my friend.}
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