Light-hearted coming-of-age story about three teenage boys and their one-way love affair with the lovely older girl who lives upstairs.
The last thing I saw before the piano landed on my chest was the curvy outline of Gina D’Amore leaning over the balcony like a mermaid attached to the prow of a ship. It didn’t kill me, or even knock me out. It’s amazing what your body can withstand when there’s a beautiful girl in shorts hovering over you. Sure, I nearly choked to death on my own puke while my rib cage collapsed under the weight of a baby grand. But I survived.
The hardest part was the breathing, or rather, the not breathing, though I doubt that had much to do with the piano sitting on my chest. What took my breath away was the vision of lovely Gina arching her back in that old white tee shirt. I wondered if that&rs...