... so he wasn’t actually half bad. “Don’t know why you’re worried about tan lines anyway Gwen. You’re wearing a one piece.” Still you couldn’t wakeboard very far, and it got boring lots faster than hover boarding.
His cousin huffed at him. She hated it when he got all energetic and snarky. Gwen sighed and flopped down on the towel Grandpa had set up under their umbrella. She sighed a little and reached into the small pack she’d brought along. She’d kinda wanted to swim, but Ben had busted her swimming mood, so she got out of her small spell book and started leafing through it.
Ben swerved about on the edge of the tide, just boarding back and forth; he didn’t want to get too out of sight, getting kidnapped wasn’t fun. “Awh come on, you know that if that big squid thing shows up again I’d totally kick its ugly fish rear as Ripjaws.” He smirked, hopping off his board and striking up his ‘I’m a hero’ pose. It worked better as an alien.
Gwen just sighed and went back to her book. “Yeah yeah, you’re my knight in shining armor.” She blew a stray red hair from her face and turned a page.
He chuckled a little, “hey what can I say? I’m awesome and you know it.” He grinned a little more and speared his board into the sand beneath her beach towel, just so he c...