[This book is rated mature for Sexual Content, Explicit Language, Violence, Drugs, and Suggestive Themes. Reader discretion is advised.]
"Letting Down" is a romantic comedy set in Chicago staring Boruto Uzumaki and Sarada Uchiha. The presentation of this piece presents a raw look on love and family while displaying the aspects of time on relationships.
Boruto Uzumaki is, for lack of a better word, a brat. Both his parents are around. His mother adores him. His sister idolizes him. Sure, Boruto's dad isn't at home all the time, but, of course, he has to work to support his family. Other than that, Boruto lives a splendid life. School is easy. A flock of friends follows him where ever he goes.
Then there is Sarada. Compared to Boruto, 'easy' could never describe her reality. Her family is dysfunctional, she's alone all the time, and her friend group consists of two person. Yes, she's a genius in her own right. It is likely she'll get into a top-tier college, but that can't be everything?
What is life? When does it change? How?
As time moves on, the answers these two have will change. Experience will guide them into a world that slowly peels away its mask to reveal a bitter harshness: reality.