Best (Boy)friend Forever (Camp Confidential, No. 9)

Best (Boy)friend Forever (Camp Confidential, No. 9)

Melissa J. Morgan

Language: English

Pages: 160

ISBN: 0448443252

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Priya Shah is Camp Lakeview’s resident tomboy—her BFF in the whole world is Jordan: a BOY, but they are just friends. The girls in bunk 4C aren’t buying it, though. Priya’s used to the teasing and thinks she can take it. But during the fourth-division field trip to D.C. she realizes she’s never been more wrong. And when Jordan starts going out with another girl on the trip, Priya must get in touch with her true feelings before it’s too late.

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best friend not be her best friend anymore. And why? Because for right now, she still was Jordan’s best friend. So she had to do what he’d asked her to do. “It’s not like I was looking, because I wasn’t. I was anti-looking,” Sarah said. “But it’s cool that David likes some of the same stuff I do. He’s not as serious about softball as I am. But he’ll play. And he’s funny. He cracks me up. I like that.” Hey, it worked. She got an answer to the boyfriend question. Score! My lose-a-friend plan is

to win first place.” “Right. You need to eat many servings of bad casserole to restore all those calories,” Grace said. “You can have mine. I’m that much of a friend.” “Before we get with the whole group, can I ask what happened with Jordan and Brynn at the dance? I mean, they went together. And they were dancing together during the practice part. How’d you and Jordan end up as a pair in the contest?” Val asked. “Yeah, you two were dancing together in the contest. How did that happen?” Candace

didn’t hear her say anything. She didn’t say any of those mean things about you, Jordan.” “What?” Brynn and Jordan cried at the same time. “What did you tell him I said?” Brynn demanded. “Why?” Jordan burst out. Priya looked over at Brynn. “I basically said you made fun of him, and that you were only acting like you were having fun dancing with him.” She turned back to Jordan. “And I did it because . . .” She couldn’t tell him. At least not all of it. “I did it because I was jealous.” “I

was going to be able to force any food in there with them. Priya sat down on one end of a fallen log, next to Brynn. A whole bunch of logs were arranged in circles around the big pit they used for camp-wide campfires. She stared at her full plate. “Anybody want seconds?” she asked, holding up her plate of firsts. “Maybe. But I’ve only taken about two bites of what I’ve got,” Alex answered from the next log over. “Aren’t you feeling good?” Becky asked from her spot next to Alex. Her blue eyes

around, why did Jordan have to liiike her? It just made it so much more gross. It would be gross to see Jordan looking at any girl with goo-goo eyes. But to feel him looking at her that way, that was gross squared. She took a quick peek at him. Yeah, he was definitely staring in her direction. Yikes. “Maybe just try a few bites,” Becky suggested in concerned-counselor mode. “I don’t want the sound of your stomach growling to wake everybody up in the middle of the night.” Priya figured it was

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