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The Cheerleader Diaries: Book 1

The Submission of Danielle


Seth Daniels

Smashwords Edition

Copyright 2011 Seth Daniels

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“God, she’s a rotten bitch!” Danielle screamed. It was 11:30, and the bus to the National Intercollegiate Cheerleading Championship had left at 9 AM…and Danielle missed it. She partied the night before, and Danielle, not usually one to drink, got blitzed. Her archrival, Lisa, promised to wake her up this morning, and Danielle was tipsy enough to believe her.

Danielle grabbed her gym bag and ran out the door. The bus was gone, but maybe her friend Chloe would drive her to Anaheim for the competition if her piece of shit car could make it that far. Danielle would try anything to make it to this competition. She gave up a full academic scholarship to the University of Texas to accept a partial cheerleading scholarship to local Sequoia University instead. It was just a partial, but since she could live at home, she could make ends meet, and they had a good pre-med program. The only problem was her high school rival, Lisa, had decided to go to Sequoia as well. Lisa had given up on Brown University, and Danielle could only believe it was because Lisa hated her and wanted to shatter her dreams at every opportunity.

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