The Ryder Property
Remember that time when I promised the twins pizza and champagne for helping me out? Yeah, well, the week after spring break, they decided to hold me to it and finally clue them in on mine and Leesh’s brilliant plan. I thought they had forgotten all about it since I already fulfilled the bigger “I owe you” by going on that date with Cody. Apparently they were hungry for more, for lack of better words.
So that’s how Leesh, Kristen, Dylan, and I ended up at the boys’ estate for an evening of fun and games, as we worded to our parents. Claire had gone down to Florida due to the illness of her grandmother, which I completely understood. I for one would be devastated if anything would happen to my grandmother before I had a chance to spend more time with her, so we all told C that we would just keep her updated on what was happening here in Westchester. And Katarina had family plans, which gave us the perfect opportunity to be able to be with both of the twins at the exact same time.
“So can you finally tell us why we can’t be seen together around her?” Carson asked.
“We told you before, Car. It’s so that you don’t ruin the bigger picture, the bigger scheme,” Leesh smirked and rolled her eyes as if it were obvious.
“…which is? Tell us, will you?” Cody turned his body to face me and gave me a puppy dog look. Gawd, it just made him even more irresistible when he did that…nawt that I’d ever actually tell him that. That’s my little secret.
“Would we bring you free pizza and drinks if we were just going to sit here and mess with you more? No. That’d be a waste of a food. Ah-v course we’re going to tell you!” Dylan laughed.
“Go for it, Mass,” Kristen nodded.
“Oh-kay. So, the reason why you can’t be seen together, Carson, is because she can’t know you have a twin. And she can’t know you have a twin because you two are going to be performing the ultimate twin-swap in order to ruin her social reputation, get her sent back to wherever the hell she came from, and get revenge for when she blackmailed us and tried to ruin our own reputations,” I explained, proud of each and every one of the details of this plan.
“One of these days when Carson’s in the hallway at school with Kat,” Kristen picked up where I left off, “we’re going to distract her and give a signal to you two to switch places. Granted, this means you’d have to wear the same clothes that day and then just change into different outfits later. Minor detail. Anyways, once you switch places, she’ll go back to talking to Cody as if he’s Carson and whenever she leans in for a kiss, let her. But as soon as she does, you’ll push her off and get mad at her for doing that. Carson will then stroll in on cue and make a scene about her cheating on him with his twin and how she could ever think that it would be okay. Stuff like that…”
“We’ll get it on camera, make her want to leave after her social life is ruined, and then everything can go back to normal.”
“And no backing out now, boys. You already cashed in your prizes for helping us out,” I smirked.
I made it a point to stare straight at Cody when I mentioned that, but quickly had to look away to keep myself from blushing or smiling when he winked at me in return.
“Guys, I feel kind of bad. She’s my dad’s associate’s friend. I’m supposed to be making sure she’s doing well here in Westchester…” Leesh trailed off, biting her lip out of nervousness.
“Are you forgetting that this girl stole your phone and used the info on it to use us for her own gain?” Dylan lectured a reminder to the beta.
“And just like that the guilt disappeared,” Leesh rolled her eyes, remembering how much she dislikes the faux PC member.
“Well, we’re in still,” Carson nodded as he picked up another slice of pepperoni pizza. “Just tell us when to do what and we’re golden.”
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