Laleh drove up in her little sport's car on the beach with Lauren. Newt spotted them right away. It was the fanciest car on the beach.
Naturally, Billy had to say, "Sweet." He couldn't wipe that stupid grin from his face. Newt could easily see what Billy's friendly persuasion might really be.
"She's the bitch from hell," Newt reminded him as they walked toward them. Both, Lauren and Laleh were ready for some sun and sand, just in their bikini tops and tiny hip-hugging shorts. They were really ready to stay awhile. Newt couldn't wait to spoil it.
"We've got no time to lolly-gag around, you know," Newt squinted in the sun. He had a good mind to take Laleh's shades from her. God, she looked wickedly sexy in her outfit, and it made Newt squirm just a bit that he might have to answer to her sometime in the future.
"Nice to see you too." She didn't smile once. Neither did Lauren who was giving Billy the look over.
"The four of us." Lauren smirked with a sigh.
"We drive all this way, for this?" Laleh fumed.
"It was an emergency," Newt clarified. "I would have never called you, otherwise."
"You can count on me, you know." She pulled her shades down her nose a bit and stared at Newt.
"Can I?" Newt shot back.
"Can we just get on with it," Billy crossed his arms. "We have to get back to Hollyoaks."
"All right," Laleh went to pull back the bucket seats for them to get in.
"Is it safe?" Newt then asked.
"What?" Laleh snapped. "Yes, I drove all this way to get you in a car so I could crash it and kill all of us." She rolled her eyes.
"She might be serious," Billy nodded but it didn't keep him from getting in.
"If you'd rather not have a free ride, then get out of the car now?" Laleh looked at Newt.
"All right, just be careful."
"Rarely ever am," Laleh shrugged and got in along with Lauren.
She cranked up the tunes of Katy Perry along with the engine and off they went.
Newt felt his head sink into the backseat. He crossed his arms. It was only a few minutes and Billy was already asleep on his shoulder.
Newt just sighed. He knew for a fact he'd never go anywhere with Laleh, again.