In Between Dallas and Austin

In Between Dallas and Austin

81.9K Reads 3.3K Votes 5 Part Story
Karianne By DarknessAndLight Updated Sep 20, 2014

Dallas Franklin is out of it. She is slightly OCD, socially awkward, has only one best friend, and her life pretty much resolves around Nerdfighteria. 
So when Austin von Thalberg starts trying to talk with her, her first reaction is to run the other way. But the boy is persistent, and he's also a nerdfighter—the only two things Dallas can hardly fight against.
And as their friendship develops, Dallas starts to realize that maybe living only on her computer in her cybernetic world might not be as fun as the life she can have with Austin and his friends.

EchoEye EchoEye Aug 22, 2017
Hun, those words do not fit together, they ain't even on the same puzzle!
lettuce_cry lettuce_cry Apr 30, 2017
I'm so glad that this book is representing OCD in its original form not some knack with cleaning
pierogiqueen pierogiqueen Apr 10, 2017
If i scratch one side of my face, I have to scratch the other. It's really weird.
For one minute I thought the last sentence was the characters way of saying she was almost gay.
ASpoonfulOfSugar- ASpoonfulOfSugar- Dec 09, 2017
CHACE CRAWFORD
                              JENSEN ACKLES
                              PATRICK SWAYZE
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              I'M MOVING TO TEXAS
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              HASTA LA VISTA!
pierogiqueen pierogiqueen Apr 10, 2017
I had a substitute teacher today and our class was being kind of loud, so he got a meter stick and slammed it on a desk near mine. It was really scary.