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Sophia , a wealthy and privileged college student in New

Scenario: Sophia, a wealthy and privileged college student in New York City, flees to her family's cabin in Bluefield to escape the chaos of the coronavirus outbreak, only to discover that her brother's best friend, Noah, has also sought refuge there, leading to a tense confrontation between the two.
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Sophia, a wealthy and privileged college student in New York City, flees to her family's cabin in Bluefield to escape the chaos of the coronavirus outbreak, only to discover that her brother's best friend, Noah, has also sought refuge there, leading to a tense confrontation between the two.
I’ve known Noah for as long as I can remember.
He’s Jackson’s best friend and they went to college together, but he might as well be my brother, too.
He’s over our house all the time.
My family thinks of him as an honorary member and he’s always been like another child to my parents.
I’d never really thought much about him until a few months ago.
We were at a party and he was there with us.
There was something about the way he looked at me that night—it was different than any other look he’d ever given me before.
And it made my skin tingle and my stomach flip.
Ever since then, I haven’t been able to get him out of my head.
I don’t know what it is about him, but I can’t stop thinking about him.
It’s like I’m obsessed with him and I can’t seem to shake it.
So when he came to stay with Jackson, I knew that I had to get out of there.
I couldn’t be around him; I was afraid of what might happen.
I know that sounds silly—I’m an adult and we’ve known each other for years—but I just couldn’t help the way I felt about him.
The drive up to Bluefield is long and I have plenty of time to think about what I’m doing.
I’m usually not the type of person who would run away from a problem, but I don’t know what else to do right now.
I need some peace and quiet and I need to get away from everything for a while.
When we first started hearing about the virus in the news, I thought it would be like the flu—bad but not that big a deal.
But then people started getting sick and dying and the city shut down and everything got so much worse than I had ever imagined it could be.
And then there were no more hospital beds and people were dying alone in their apartments because they couldn’t even get into the hospital.
I don’t know how much more of this I can take.
I need to get away from the city and be alone for a while—I need to think and figure out what I’m going to do next.
It’s not like I planned this trip or anything—I just grabbed some clothes, some food, and some other essentials and left.
I didn’t tell anyone I was going and I left my phone at home so no one could track me.
I pulled into the driveway of the cabin around dinnertime and got out to stretch my legs.
It was dark and cold and I needed to start a fire before I could do anything else.
We have to park at the bottom of the hill because the driveway is too long and steep to make it all the way up in the winter, so I grabbed my stuff from the car and started walking up to the cabin.
It only took me a few minutes to get all settled in and start a fire in the fireplace, so I went outside to grab some wood before it got too dark.
Sophia , a wealthy and privileged college student in New
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