Waiting. Always waiting, never living. Naveah Cooper has spent most of her childhood, cast away in her back yard, waiting until summer break would arrive, or to be more specific, waiting until Elliot arrived. Her family were known in the neighborhood for there array of public appearances, but she could never understand why they argued so much and always afraid to call them up on it. She was now 18 years old, and believing the lie. The lie that life for her and Elliot could be a normal one. To live a life away from the cruel world she grew up to know. It was her last year of high school, her best year yet when it came to grades, and what with her best friend Blake's (a.k.a. her ex-boyfriend!) sudden change of heart, the road to graduation became a long one. After not seeing Elliot for a year, what is she likely to expect? A reformed character? The young care free boy she once knew, turning into something she never would of expected? Times where changing and she knew it, but only wished they wouldn't change so fast. She didn't want to be the only one left. Alone, again. Elliot. Seen by none. Loved by one.