Nathalie Johnson has lost everything and now that she's trying to live on her own, her family is trying to win her back. Riley Grant has lost the love of his life and now he is trying to find her to fulfill some broken promises. Two different individuals seeking for validation. Two different worlds that will cross paths as they discover the darkest secrets of their pasts.
Months ago, Rebecca was just as happy, as chipper, and as genuine as her boyfriend. She thought about what she was feeling and after eight months of self-evaluation, everything changed. She fell out of love. It took her a lot of overthinking and self-evaluation, wondering why did it hit her just now; when her boyfriend is asking her to marry him, will she say yes or no? Everything seems a little off the hook, but she knows what they have needs to stop. Her reasons of falling out of love? THE TRUTH.
Kageyama Tobio! A freshman at Karasuno High becomes in love with Hinata Shoyo. After Hinata Shoyo finds out. He doesn’t feel the same way. Kageyama dealing with Suicidal thoughts, Happened to find himself so lost with the world plans a day to end it. When Hinata spends each day not a clue about any of it.
Be a part of the journey of Laura, a weird teenager troubled by her past. She finds her life boring and meaningless, but everything changed when her path has crossed with an unusual guy with a fancy name, who thought life without a loved one was not worth living. Discovering that they had so much in common, a connection was built between them and they didn't expect it would give color to their life. Ordinary, they thought their life was. However, fate has proved them wrong when they realized it was already too good to be ordinary. (Haha cringe, right?)
In my time of emotional distress I turned to poetry. In my adult life, I have felt pains I never thought one could and to cope I wrote short stories about how I felt. I was scared and i felt hurt and alone. The feeling began to change who i was and make me feel like a stranger. That stranger has now become familiar and I have learned to adapt to a new me, but it hasn't been much of an easy process.