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"You know how people always say the fragile broken things can't be fixed? Well, I would agree. People fall through the cracks, become fragile and vulnerable. Then they turn to these things. But you know what's so special about you? You didn't break. Someone pushed you. Imagine yourself as an old, worn out glass vase," he gestured wildly to the air, drawing out a oddly shaped vase with his finger with his head slumped on my shoulder," And someone pushed you right of the table. That's what special about you. You were never meant to be broken."
Hunter Wood is an obnoxious, arrogant and typical bad boy. Deserae Willow is a girl who has a perfect life, perfect grades and all. How can two different people be so similar? When Hunter Wood, the supposed bad boy, moves to Deserae's tiny town, she doesn't expect him to be the delinquent cousin of her best friend. Naturally, of course, they immediately hate each other. But it doesn't last long. When Hunter realises exactly how broken the girl is, Hunter is determined to make her realise that she wasn't supposed to be broken. She was supposed to be treasured.