I never believe in love I'm independent my father teach me to be stronger If boys can do, so do I They can hurt girls feeling, they can play it, why I can't ? They deserve that, they must know how the feeling broken, hurt I'm Gia, 16 years old. I never believe in love. I know every trick when the boys chasing, flirting and hurting. I hang around with them, I know they mind but they don't know me at all for them I'm same like the others What will happened when Blake put his attention to her ? Will she got her chance to love somebody ? Will she playing and hurting Blake or the opposite ? only the time will tell
“ I love the stars.” She sighed resting her head against his shoulder. Feeling curious he asked, “What do you love about them?” She took her head off from his shoulder to look him in the eyes and he watched as her eyes gleamed a little when he asked her that particular question. She let out a soft sigh and ran her hand through her hair and said," I believe in the stars. Some days the clouds cover them over and you can’t see a thing. They’re a rare sight which makes them so much more precious. I don’t know. I guess the stars have always comforted me. Getting lost in their beauty helped me get through some of my hardest times. It makes me forget. It makes all the pain that I’ve been through mean nothing to me. I feel free. I don’t think that we really die but we become the stars up there. I promise you that I'm going to be the brightest star up there and I’ll be here for you when you need me. The stars are what keep me going. They make me scared to let go cause they've always been there for me when I needed them. Is it really fair for me to go when they'll still be here?"
Owls are restless creatures, the same could be said with Twyla Chantelle. She hated being in her normal, stuck in a boring small town where the only adventures are the one in her dreams. All she wants was something to do, and nope be lost in the crowd. Well, she got exactly what she wanted when Ravenwood, a prestigious school of mystery and accept her. If things weren't weird enough, she finds out she isn't exactly human and she has to protect those like her with a group of students known as the Nox Knights. She was assigned by Satan to do one thing, protect these demons from the angels who only view them as stains and don't die. Easy enough but add high school drama and self discovery. Her life changed from the most boring to the most unusual in one fell swoop.
Lola Dideolu has been obsessed with death for long. The best method to end it, the best location, the best time ... she has everything covered. But when she gets detention on her birthday, the day she's decided to kill herself, Lola knows she must ditch school and say goodbye to a mother who hates her guts; a best friend who was never a friend; an obsessive ex who always has a trick up his sleeves; and a very dirty secret that must never be put out there. Her plan seems foolproof, until Ayo her ex's twin brother ditches school too and won't leave her alone. With each hour they spend outside school, her walls crack. But isn't it too late to let her walls crumble?