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Ryan Hunter held a list in his hands as he stepped in front of the expectant crowd. If yours is among them, well done.

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I really made it, and he owed me ice cream. What a freaking fantastic day. I jogged to the bench and slung my backpack over one shoulder. Certainly, I had the most stupid grin in the world pasted on my lips.

It slipped as the word owe got stuck on repeat in my mind. What if he had asked Ryan to let me onto the team even if I was a miserable player?

Turning to leave, he glanced at me over his shoulder. His eyes sparked with a glint of mischief. Unfortunately, the boy was like a fortress. Bolted down. He refused to tell me what he had to give Ryan for letting me play on the team.

I had no idea what people wore to those parties, but since it was still over sixty degrees in the evening—not unusual for Northern California in August—I chose a dark gray tank top and black hot pants. Judging by the smirk I earned from Tony, I supposed I had settled on the right clothes. Tony appeared unimpressed and maneuvered into a spot at the corner, but I had a hard time closing my mouth.

Usually, there are a hundred to a hundred and fifty. If his parents are gone, the number might well get up to three hundred. We walked up the drive then climbed the marble steps to the door with the bowed top. Tony jiggled the handle, and it opened easily.

Bodies bumped and ground against each other in salacious moves I only knew from films. Several boys shouted a conversation over the noise and drank beer from bottles while groping the butts of the girls with them. Some people kissed in the dim light. But his arm pressed my hands tighter to his body as he pulled me into the mass of people. Not all of them were kids. It seemed Hunter had a lot of older friends, too, ranging from sixteen to about twenty-five.

A small group of girls from my history class gathered in the middle of the room. Simone Simpkins grabbed my arm when we passed them. I had to lip-read to understand that she wanted me to join them.

I nodded and watched him walk away with a weird quiver in my stomach. What if he never found his way back to me in this blasted place? The distance he put between us was quickly filled with the throng of strangers. Turning back to the girls, I tried to join in the conversation, but mostly I just stood there and nodded, pretending to understand what they said.

Parched by the heat in the room, anything cool was welcome. I wet my lips with the beer then licked it off. I took a real sip. A little bitter, but quite palatable. I had downed half of the bottle when my head started to feel dizzy. Across the room I thought I spotted Tony. I waved goodbye to the girls and headed off toward the back.

But Tony was nowhere in sight. A high arch in the wall connected this room to the kitchen. I headed there and found Ryan standing in the doorway, leaning one shoulder against the wall.

The sleeves of his black shirt were rolled up to his elbows, and the jeans he wore were ripped at the hems. Black was a color I loathed on Tony. It made him look way too demonic.

With Ryan it was different. The top buttons undone, he looked mysterious. Kind of sexy. Him looking like the devil was cool. It would have been plain impolite not to say hello to the host, so I stopped before him and lifted my hand in greeting.

He kept you away from this place long enough. I frowned. That bloody wretch. I, the idiot that I am, proved his point the second we came here by clinging to his arm like a frightened cat. Sighing, I sipped mine too, not liking it very much anymore.

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I grimaced. Ryan suddenly took me by the wrist and pulled me into the kitchen. He placed his beer down on a counter, popped open a can of soda, then lifted the beer bottle out of my palm and replaced it with the Sprite, closing my fingers around it. Thankful for the Sprite, I washed away the bitter aftertaste of the Corona in my mouth. Half a mile was the most I could manage before trudging back home, panting and frustrated.

Ryan pursed his lips and studied me for a moment as though I had just offered him good money for stinking work. He shrugged. If you promise to show some enthusiasm, I promise to be there. That sounded like an interesting offer. After all, I had to work on my endurance if I wanted to last an entire soccer game.

Her satisfaction would ruin me. And Tony needed to see I was fit for more than just playing stupid video games with him. Strangely enough, the thought of having Hunter coaching me sent a shiver of anticipation through me. He was the captain of the soccer team.

It felt like an honor to personally train with him, and it sure would lift my status at school from average to super cool. That meant suicide was delayed one more day. Ryan pushed away from the counter. And whatever you do, stay away from the strawberries. I swallowed a huge swig of Sprite to cool down. Susan Miller came in at that moment. Her face lit up when her gaze fell on me. She rushed over. Her voice dropped a notch, too. What girl would voluntarily play soccer?

I shrugged. Just shorts and a tee. Anything else is too expensive to buy with my allowance.

But the outfit was nothing that really concerned me. I just wonder where he is. I went back into the hall and wandered around the ground floor, hoping to find Tony somewhere. But the shoving and bumping of sweat-drenched people soon got on my nerves, and I kept closer to the walls instead.

When I reached an arch leading to another room, I peeked inside. No blond caught my eye. My shoulders slumped with disappointment. But then a few guys shifted to the side, and I spotted a pool table and someone leaning over it in an eye-catching way. He held the cue low over the green felt, aiming the tip at the white ball. Some colored balls fanned out on the table too, but as it looked he was going for the black eight. I pivoted to the left to see who was pleading with Hunter.

Just then I noticed the stack of dollar bills at the edge of the table. They seemed to have a sum of about one hundred bucks in the pot. My jaw dropped.

Fifty from each? But I really, really need this Spiderman comic. I felt really bad for him.

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Intrigued how the game would end, I moved around the edge of the wall and stood facing Hunter across the room. Narrowed eyes and knitted brows gave away how tense he was. The cue moved backward just a couple of inches. But then his dark eyes looked up…and remained fixed on me. His body froze, only his chest moved with each breath. Heads turned in my direction. My heart drummed a little faster, and with all the attention, my cheeks warmed uncomfortably. I think she has potential.

An exhausting game of nearness and distance begins and threatens to drive Samantha crazy. The author did a wonderful job portraying a teenage girl, now I'm curious to see what she does with a boy's.

My teacher would call me a liar. And worse, she's a soccer player.

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Best of all, if after reading an e-book, you buy a paper version of Play With Me. The tryouts are hell, the first match ends bloody, and the morning after the selection party she wakes up in the worst place possible—in the arms of the captain of the soccer team.

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