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The Oceanids descended upon the campus from their barracks like a wave crashing against the shore. Telesto, the most beautiful sea nymph by several stadia, smiled at me for the first time since Iâd been going to the school. Okay, it wasnât a full smile. The corner of her lip twitched upward as she flipped her wavy, aquamarine hair over her shoulder and glanced past me. But that counts, right?
I backhanded Anytos in the chest. âYou saw that. Thatâs my opening. If I donât make my move, sheâll be gone to the upper school next year.â
âPssht, she is beyond the Mediterranean beautiful. Completely unattainable.â
âDid you see that come hither stare she flashed me?â
âLooked more like indigestion.â
âYou are as wrong as you are false. Cover my back. Iâm moving in.â
I crossed the courtyard in a flash and caught Telestoâs arm as she reached the weather-beaten front door to the main school hall.
âTelesto, you look as if the sun radiates from you.â
She paused and leaned back against the doorframe. âYouâre just saying that because I wore my yellow tunic today.â
âYou shine with such brilliance; you should wear yellow every day.â
She folded a strand or two of stunning teal hair behind her ear and twirled the ends. âBut what happens when I wear my purple tunic?â
âA tunic hasnât been invented that could dampen your beauty.â
She giggled and turned away from me for a moment. âZeus, is it?â
I nodded, surprised she even knew my name.
âYouâre the one who pulled that massive prank on my mother, Headmaster Tethys, arenât you?â
Oh, thatâs how she knew me. Not invisible after all. I bowed. âI am him. He is me. One and the same.â
âCrazy. She was so mad.â She shook her head, stifling a smile.
âAs far as I can tell, language arts must be your favorite subject. Your tongue is spectacularly sharp-witted.â
âNot really. But I am feeling a little inspired right now.â
Several strands of her hair fell to cover half her face. âAre you going to the bonfire at the beach tomorrow night?â
âI wasnât inviteââ
Several of Telestoâs broad-shouldered, dark-haired brothers bumped into me from behind. âThose are uncharted waters, boy. Careful now,â One of them called over his shoulder. Those were the first words theyâd ever spoken to me. Telesto rolled her eyes. âPay them no mind. Theyâre harmless. You were saying?â
âThose bonfires are an Oceanids and Potamoi thing? Itâs kind of a secret club that you have to be born into, right? Being brothers and sisters, children of Headmasters Okeanos and Tethysâ¦ young water deities in trainingâ¦ masters of rivers and streamsâ¦â
âI guess. But you should come out any way. Itâs all night, under the stars. Eating, drinking, stargazingâ¦ Whatâs better than that?â
Gazing into her mesmerizing, iridescent eyes, my mouth fired before I could stop it. âKissing you under the stars. Thatâs better.â
âSprint much? Youâre a fast mover.â
âI just go after what I want.â
âWell â¦ â A pink tint rose on her high cheek bones. âWe shall see. But first you have to show up.â
Her lips twitched gain. âI have to go to class. See you tomorrow?â She disappeared inside the school hall.
Chris Ledbetter grew up in Durham, NC before moving to Charlottesville, VA in 11th grade. After high school, he attended Hampton University where he promptly âwalked-onâ to the best drum line in the conference without any prior percussion experience. He carried the bass drum for four years, something his back is not very happy about now.
After a change of heart and major, he enrolled in Old Dominion University and earned his degree in Business Administration. Heâs worked in various managerial and marketing capacities throughout his life. He taught high school for six years in Culpeper, VA, and also coached football.
He has walked the streets of Los Angeles and New York City, waded in the waters of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and climbed Diamond Head crater on Hawaii and rang in the New Year in Tokyo, Japan. But he dreams of one day visiting Greece and Italy.
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