Slave to the Geek

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Lupe & Megan By CheekyChaps Updated a year ago
Rori Everhart is your typical nerd, with your typical glasses and typical grades. If you looked up the definition of Nobody in the dictionary you'd find a picture of Rori in her thick black framed glasses staring back at you. But everything is certainly not what it seems. Rori wants everyone to assume that she is nothing but a nobody. She comes from a beyond wealthy family and she most definitely isn't a nerd, but no one can know that, not if she ever wants to have a normal life.
    Alexander Clarke is the definition of Bad Ass with his leather jacket and motorcycle. He is hot, wild, and rebellious. He is what every girl wants to date but not marry. Of course behind the jerk attitude is a boy who is hard working and sweet. After his father's death Alex's family is left with a huge debt to the Everharts and Alex has to work every day to pay it off. 
    So what happens when Alex becomes Rori's personal servant and finds out about all her dirty little secrets? Will all hell break loose? What will happen when those two are thrown together in the most compromising situations? Will they get over their differences and work together or is pride too big to over come? Maybe it will be just plain awkward? Find out in Slave to the Geek.
You have to express yourself. I can't read your mind, you know
Who else thought that the ring was her alarm clock? I can't be the only one right?  ●︿●
"Back in the day"?
                                    Girl you still in high school
                                    Don't talk to me like you born in the 70s
Big houses scare me.. I believe all big houses are haunted because ghost like space and there's a lot of space in big houses... And the basement of the big house..
Let me translate for those who don't understand - You need to be more expressive. I cannot read your thoughts you know. 
                                    For one French comes in handy.
I have had back pains because of heavy books since I was 9 and I'm 14 now