"And the problem with love is compatibility. Everybody just wants a fit. Someone that was 'made' for them. No one is willing to slay a dragon anymore, or sneak out of the house late at nights or drive for 15 hours just to say hello. We all have this idea that someone great comes along and all is well. I say that's bullshit! Great people are always along. But we have to build with them. Sure, we're all halves of one person looking for our counterpart. But unlike a jigsaw puzzle we don't have matching shapes. We mould ourself together. To fit perfectly into each other. That's what love should be. Should feel. That's what love is."
-My best friend.
"You are probably the most boring person I've ever met." Kayla had said to me.
I had rolled my eyes and stuck my tongue out at her, "yeah but you're still my best friend right?"
She had sighed, "sadly."
Then she said, "Allion, don't you wanna have fun?" I furrowed my eyebrows, "of course."
"Then senior year. Senior year when school reopens, we are gonna be the baddest badasses ever. And have fun while doing it."
"Baddest isn't a word." I scoffed at her.
She glared at me, "there you go again being a sponge of fun."
I had stared at her for a good five minutes before sighing and saying, "Fine, senior year." I said, almost as if I'd made a deal with the devil if he was a girl.
And so, senior year was when if decided I was going to do everything I've ever wanted.
Why did I ever think it would be a good idea to break the rules?
Sequel to The Badboy's Game but can be read as a stand alone novel.