Starlight: Chapter OneCHAPTER ONE LIP GLOSS AND COCKTAILS
"Take it easy, Tasha, all right? Don't go too overboard. And remember what I told you about taking care of yourself!"
I frowned at my father. "Dad. Seriously. I know what I'm doing. Besides, compared to Seattle, Sydney is tame! I go to Seattle all the time on my own, don't I?"
"Just don't get complacent."
"I won't, Dad."
I was so sick of my father trying to rain on my parade Forks already did enough of that. I was going to Australia, with no parental supervision to hold me back. I was going to do what I wanted to do, instead of sitting through boring lectures and museum tours with my Dad. I couldn't wait.
"Last call for flight five-twenty-six to New York."
Fantastic. Now I had an excuse to dash away. I did so, throwing a hasty 'goodbye' over my shoulder. I'd checked in online, but Dad didn't know that. I felt a silly grin spread across my face. I only had carry-on luggage, one suitcase (which I'd already given to the conci
Plug In Baby: Chapter SixCHAPTER SIX TASHA
The Lamborghini was the epitome of luxury, power and handling. The smooth, easy way it hugged the road, without its occupants feeling any of the many millions of bumps, and the ease of cornering and braking, were things I'd never experienced. I could feel the rumble of the massive engine as Rogar accelerated to nearly one hundred and fifty miles per hour, where he held the car's speed steady, though he could have taken it faster.
"I can only corner at up to a hundred and fifty in this thing, or it gets a little interesting," he said with a soft laugh. "Nothing I can't handle, but a human driver That's a different story altogether. I doubt you want to experience this beast getting hairy, or what I do to keep it under control."
I couldn't help but agree with him. "Do you drift?"
"Around tight corners, yes. You have to be careful about where and when to drift, because it's so easy to oversteer, and at these speeds, no human has the reflexes to compens