A Day in May
"And it only took a day. Just one simple day for me to realise that people aren't who they seem. They're not always who they say they are, and although in some forms it's awful, sometimes it can be beautiful too. This person beside me hid their life away so they could have a better one, for himself and his mother, and I truly don't think his sacrifices have been duly noted. Because he's a good person; a beautiful one.
It took a day for me to fall for the quiet boy in my English class. The boy with a hidden arrogance and a talent for acting. The boy who has black hair and blue eyes, which fall slightly darker as he gets more tired. Eyes which right now are trained on me."
Willow Ford is a sarcastic, snarky, almost-seventeen year old, with a slight attitude problem.
Leo Blakely is quiet, refined, and lives a life full of secrets.
And when the two clash during an accidental lock-in at their high school, it's funny how much can happen in just one day.