It didn’t end up being Millie Dioli that they went to meet with first.
Actually, it didn’t end up being them going to meet with someone at all, the first time.
A senior, a kid they didn’t recognize at all, came up to them after fencing club. He was awkward and lanky, someone who looked like, Diane thought, he might grow into his body and his face in a few years.
He hadn’t taken part in the club, but he’d watched with a hungry look on his face.
Now he was aiming the same hungry look at Diane and Barbara.
“You’re… You’re Diane, right? And, uh, Barbara.” Continue reading