( 𝘈 𝘔𝘈𝘕 𝘔𝘈𝘠 𝘋𝘙𝘐𝘕𝘒
𝘈𝘕𝘋 𝘕𝘖𝘛 𝘉𝘌 𝘋𝘙𝘜𝘕𝘒. )
WEST HAM IS JUST ANOTHER STEREOTYPICAL TOWN IN AMERICA.
With its fair share of rich kids, psychopaths, drug dealers, shut-ins, and party lovers, it was a standard town. Nothing out of the ordinary, not one hair.
In the eyes of the townspeople, Kenna Daniels is a good girl. Exemplary grades, a solid group of friends, and a head screwed on tight. She's a real hit with the boys of the town, catching the eye of many of her male classmates. She's particularly close with Grizz, a closeted boy on the football team, her being one of the only people to know his secret. However, her real soft spot is Spencer Graves.
Spencer Graves is a brooding loner, hood always thrown up and head always facing down. He doesn't like most of the people in West Ham, only really feeling comfortable talking to the likes of Kenna and her friends. He's smitten with the Daniels girl, even having a special smile for her whenever she's around.
West Ham isn't exactly a hot spot for gay people, only having three of them known to the public, and Grizz. Mikey Daniels and Charlie Martin are best friends, or maybe something more. The two are always affectionate with each other, constantly touching and smiling at each other. Everyone sees it but them. Skinny love.
Frances Brennan and Roman Daniels have always been a thing. Since freshman year, they've hung off each other, never seeing one without the other. Everyone knows about them and everyone is jealous of them. Being able to keep a relationship in the quiet town is a miracle, with the constant cheating and hookups between the majority of the student body.
The children's home out of town houses the final two of Kenna's group, Ashley Simcox and Harper Knox. Both orphans, they're mocked by the rich kids of West Ham, which leads to a lot of fights. The two are close, having grown up together for most of their lives. They have inside jokes, multiple handshakes, and nicknames for each other. They don't know a lot about relationships or love, but they do know that what they have is special and they can't replicate it with anyone else.
One fateful night, the adult population of West Ham disappears within only a few short hours whilst the teenagers are away. When they return, it's a ghost town. No parents, siblings, or authority figures in sight. It sends them all into a dilemma: where did they go and who is meant to lead them? Over the course of six months, the teenagers of West Ham fight, cry, fall in love, and even lose some of their own.
( 𝘈 𝘔𝘈𝘕 𝘔𝘈𝘠 𝘍𝘐𝘎𝘏𝘛
𝘈𝘕𝘋 𝘕𝘖𝘛 𝘉𝘌 𝘚𝘓𝘈𝘐𝘕. )