When We Crashed
"You know, you aren't like most girls I have met."
"Is that a good thing?"
"It depends, are you obsessed with shopping?"
"That involves walking... so no."
"Hah, that's funny."
"I rather wear a trash can."
"I need motivation for that."
"What have my feet ever done to you?!"
After that, he laughs and claps his hands together, "Yes, that is a good thing."
He wanted freedom.
She needed freedom.
Luke Barrington and Ella Sanders.
They thought their lives were bad, living up to a parents' expectation is way harder then it seems, especially when they are filthy rich and claim they only want what is best for you.
Just think, one moment you are so busy hating on life, and the next, you are in a coma laying on the hospital bed, clinging onto hope that you will survive.
Maybe it just took two cars and a curve in the road for them to see that life isn't so bad after all.
Because what's the point of life if you aren't even living?
Book two in the T.B.B.B. (The Bad Boy Boxer) Series