Proving Webster Wrong

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TracyMichelle By TracyMichelle Completed
Chloe and Drew grew up together in the same small town as the two inseperable kids. As with all childhood friendships sometimes do they also grew apart, each taking their own seperate ways. 
    
    It is the summer before their senior year of high school and Drew stops Chloe one Sunday after church with the news that he finally broke up with Crystal, the girlfriend that everyone always thought may have been a little to controling -- even abusive. After reconnecting both realize that they've each let their lives become defined by what they believed everyone saw them as: Chloe, the OCD drama geek; Drew, the pastor's son and Crystal's boyfriend.
    
    Then comes the plan, one they believed would be simple. They will challenge each other over the summer to shake off these definitions. What seems easy at first proves to one of the hardest things these two friends could ever take on.
    
    **This novel is complete but I have taken down the last half and will not be re-posting.**
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*sigh* Wattpad doesn't really appreciate talent, I have to say.  I read that you're an inkpop writer, and believe me, the two websites are VERY different.  On inkpop, talented writers like yourselves are noticed.  Here... well, unless you're writing a cliche, you don't get noticed.  Believe me, I know.  Anyways, I thought your concept on writing is amazing, at least for the first chapter.  Really good job.  You grabbed me from the begining.  I  loved it.  Keep writing whether people notice you or not.  You're good.  Real good.