The Last Confession
"There are more than a billion reasons why I should hate you. You are the biggest jerk. One day, you were my best friend and I swore that I will marry you someday. You promised that your mom and I will be the only women in your life. Then, next thing you know, I came to your state, your city, and worst of all...your high-school. What do I see? YOU eating innocent - and some that aren't so innocent - girls' faces in every corner of the school. You turned into SoCal High's #1 Player. And worst of all, you treat me like we were never friends; like we never knew each other. You treat me like some dirt that got on your beautiful Audi R8 Coupe. Note the sarcasm... Pftt, if you want to play a game, well, let the games begin. Two people can play in this game, right?
But in every love story, hate turns into strong love, right? Is it possible that your just a beautiful mistake? Why am I even thinking of you? Am I loosing my mind? This is no ordinary fairytale...I hate you Joshua Ryan Mellark."
That is Annie Lockhart. She was separated with her friend, Josh when they were seven. He made a promise that he was meant to keep, but when Annie meets him again, that promise was erased from their friendship... if you could call it a friendship. Is there a reason why he does that? Or is he simply an arrogant, self-centered, and conceited, jerk? Could Josh tell her his last confession before it's too late?