Dread South (4)
And she noticed how a couple of the girls smiled at Juliet, a knowing smile that usually followed small touches. It would’ve been nothing if Louisa hadn’t caught Juliet kissing one of the girls passionately before defense practice one morning, a sight that caused Louisa to blush and gave her fevered dreams that left her troubled and out of sorts.
Okay, I did not expect that.
Juliet is boldly kissing girls. And Louisa is having "fevered dreams." Could it be that Louisa is jealous?
No . . . I refuse to believe it. The author wouldn't take us there . . . would she?