She Wanted Milk, Not a Stalker
Antonella Tomckin has been home schooled all her life. She was taught by her mother from the age of five until she turned ten. Her mother was bipolar. Her older brother, Alfred, took over teacher when Antonella was ten until the age of 15. He had multiple personality disorder. Her sister, Andrea, has been watching after and teaching her for a year now. She has Schizophrenia. Andrea also likes to play a special "game" with her naive, innocent sister.
Antonella has absolutely no common sense. She may look and sound like a normal 16 year old, but she's basically a 10 year old on the inside. It doesn't help that she's almost never allowed to leave the house unless there's no milk in the fridge. It's her job to go down the road and across the street to buy some.
Nathan Viber is the notorious gang leader in Southern Florida. His cousins rule the North, East and West. Being the only son of their deceased boss, Nathan can choose at any point in his life where he wants to live. His cousins have to move wherever he wants them to in order to respect their uncle's last wishes.
Nathan decides he wants a change in scenery and has his cousin in Northern Florida switch with him. Nathan loves to play games with girls' hearts and minds. Little does he know, he's going to have the time of his life chasing after a little innocent girl nine years younger than him.
All the girl wanted was milk. She got a gang leader and a headache as a three for one deal.