The A&B Building was made entirely from driftwood. Scarlett loved summer camp. The unusual architecture, the art classes, the great outdoors. Scarlett opened the door and saw Maggie, her fellow camp counselor for the summer. I didn’t think she’d come back.
She glanced down at the scar on Maggie’s lower arm. It was hardly noticeable any longer. And she and the other girls were just playing a harmless joke. It wasn’t their fault that Maggie was a loser. It was an unspoken camp tradition. The odd girl out always got hazed.
Charity, Regan, Laina, and Ashlee descended the stairs and stood behind Maggie. Scarlett smiled and waved. No one waved back. Laina locked the front door and turned out the lights. Scarlett tried to escape upstairs but she felt a pair of hands dragging her back. She’d scream but she knew it was useless. They were the only ones here.
She’d never been the odd girl out.
In response to Mondays’ Finish the Story Challenge!
Read Odd Girl Out pt. 2