I graze my hand along the grey, written names before I turn back to Noah. “Why were people telling me how lucky I was to share a dorm with you?”
    Noah smirks and lean his arm on the wall beside him. “I am the son of the man in charge of this school. I’m rich and incredibly handsome. Who wouldn’t want to do the whole 'repeat of history' with me?”
    “A repeat of history?” 
    Noah shakes his head. “Dorm Room 210 has been abandoned for a decade now. Haven’t you been informed about the last boy and girl who shared this dorm? They hated each other’s guts, doing pranks and whatnot on each other; creating a fuss wherever they went. They resembled animals.” His steps are deliberately slow. Tension thickens in the air. “But he was still a boy and she was still a girl. So naturally, they fell in love.” 
    After having her parents killed in an accident, Lillian Camel is about to embark on a one girl mission: survive College. When hatred, friendship and love collide, Lillian is going to need the will power she has to face her roommate, the arrogant Noah Sky. Just how well will she do without giving up? Will she allow him to dig her a grave ten feet underground or be the one standing tall? Perhaps the ghost story of the past roommates from dorm room 210 will be repeated.
    [currently editing so I apologise if things don't make sense right now xx]
Anyone notice the 210 backwards is 012??? Heh, now I feel really stupid just for pointing that out. Whatever, lol ;)
Nice way of starting off a book. Really awesome.( No sarcasm intended ) :)
okay I have to remember her name..  too much fictional names in my heaf
Because one can't figure out that you may miss the event by waiting in the bathroom.  Sheesh.
A few girls and women occupy the space but over all it's empty and then the bathroom begins to thin out? Which is it? Crowded or empty?
Ooooo original. But Lillian reminds me of a demon from The Mortal Instruments. Even though it's "Lilith."