By Melissa J. Morgan
It’s Alex Kim’s fourth yr at Camp Lakeview, so there’s not anything mysterious approximately her. we all know that she’s a celeb athlete and an all-around chief, and in the event that they don’t, never-shy Alex should be very happy to fill them in. yet Alex is protecting whatever again this summer time, and her buddies are starting to observe. Can they work out what’s been bothering their pal ahead of the summer time ends?
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Simon was pretty much Natalie’s boyfriend. It was really weird how things worked out, and the whole incident just confirmed for Alex how strange her friends started acting once they became interested in boys. Alex thought camp (and school, for that matter) would be a lot more fun if the boys and girls just stayed friends and stopped flirting so much. Alex knew she sure wasn’t flirting with anyone. She thought she might even talk to her parents about going to an all-girl high school one day. “So, I have this idea,” Valerie said, hopping onto her stool at their table later that day during woodworking.
Surely, she’d heard the commotion and that’s why she had butted in—it seemed like Julie was always coming to the rescue. Alex was thankful. In her heart, she had wanted to lose it on everyone. But her mind knew better. Starting something with the whole rest of her bunk—girls she loved, well, most of the time—was a disaster waiting to happen. Alex looked up and noticed that all eyes were on her. She hoped they hadn’t been able to tell that she was about to lose her temper. Alex’s skin turned redder and redder—now because she was angry and embarrassed.
Infuriated and nervous, she thought about how she had been born with a petite Korean body like her mother’s. She thought about eating and how much it terrified her. Since food was definitely an issue for her these days, she had diverted more energy than ever to working out. Alex felt more powerful when she had strong muscles, quick running reflexes, and expert soccer abilities. She was willing to do anything to have those skills. She focused on those thoughts, trying not to think about what Chelsea had just said.