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London's Bad Boy. (Slowly Editing)

London's Bad Boy. (Slowly Editing)

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MoonlightScribbles By MoonlightScribbles Updated Feb 25, 2013

Moving to another town, acceptable. Moving to another state, understandable. Moving to another country, that was complete torture.

Nicole Andersini, a seventeen year old girl, and her brother were forced to move from the fun, energetic, NYC to the boring, old, London by their 'loving' mother. 
Obviously, at it being the beginning of senior year and forced to start completely over, Nicole was more than angry. 

Andrew Taylor, an eighteen year old Casanova, is the citiy's bad boy. Andrew, is the type of boy every girl wanted to 'fix', you know, be able to say 'Yep, he changed just for me'. He was the total package to most girls eyes, charming and dangerous. 
So, what happen's when Nicole Andersini and Andrew Taylor are introduced?
What happens when the new girl in town, meets London's Bad Boy?

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Cliche, At first.
Horrible, Absolutely not. 
Something you'll want to read.

-It's your average Bad Boy, with a twist.-

I live in London, and I will tell you that it is amazing. I couldn't stand living in America. Plus, the legal drinking limit is 18, so I can legally go out drinking with my friends.
Try living in 4 different countries before even turning 13, then almost being 14 and having your parents talk about moving to mother effing UK for 9th grade. It's hard, you get used to it.
thisisickness thisisickness Nov 21, 2016
Lmao , my brother blocked me on snapchat, Instagram , Facebook , etc. he even made a kik to block me
hoo_is_awesome hoo_is_awesome Oct 22, 2016
Tbh when my sister asks me to turn the light off and then turn it back on and shut the door and run
NutellaSpy NutellaSpy Oct 24, 2016
I can feel myself getting super defensive about London so I'm sorry if i sound mean
Actually, the sockets here in the U.K. have on/off switches, so you are less likely to electrocute yourself.