Adopted By The Biersack's Part Twenty Six“No no dude, you totally should come to the University of Toledo and be my roommate. We can get Malachi to join the party,” RayJay persuaded, continuing the discussion we were all having about after-high-school plans. The midway point of our senior year was still about a month and a half away, but it was approaching quickly.Adopted By The Biersack's Part Twenty Six6 days ago in General Fiction More Like This
“I actually thought getting an apartment would be a cool idea. All 6 of us could go to school and/or get a job and still see each other all the time,” Malachi cut in, throwing his truck into park in my driveway. We all climbed out one by one, November giving me a hand getting out of the back. I stared intently at the black van parked in front of my house, an uneasy feeling settling in my stomach. All I could think about were those stereotypical black murder vans in the movies.
Each door slammed shut, and the locks beeped closed. November grabbed me by the sleeve of my Hollywood Undead shirt and dragged me to the front of the group. I pulled