I gasp and cling to the rungs, my balance shifting. Four’s cold hand clamps around one of my hips, one of his fingers finding a strip of bare skin just under the hem of my T-shirt. He squeezes, steadying me and pushing me gently to the left, restoring my balance. I pause, staring at my hands, my mouth dry. I feel the ghost of where his hand was, his fingers long and narrow.
“You okay?” he asks quietly.
"Yes," I say, my voice strained.
But I’m still just a lanky dork. Ironically learning to box doesn’t make you any tougher, it just makes you realize that if you actually got into a real fight you’d probably get your ass kicked.
Shailene Woodley on TV shows
"For me, my rule in this industry is I’ve got to listen to my butterflies. So if I got butterflies, then those are the scripts I go after."
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