Blake Parker was whom you call popular.
Eleanor Smith was whom you call a loner.
He was cocky, she was smart with her words.
He had too many tattoos, she had not even a piercing.
She hated her life, he embraced his.
She hated the world, while he enjoyed it.
She had a dark past which still stays unknown to her, while he had a memorable one.
He had everything he wanted in his life, but he couldn't help but feel curious about the shy girl by the window in Coffee Drips.
He wanted to unravel the mysteries that hid beneath her shadows and hooded jacket.
So, one fine day, he maned up and decided to talk to her. He's never felt this intrigued by someone and she's never felt happier to have someone talking to her with a smile again.
Haven't you heard? Opposites attract.
There are too many cliché stories about 'the quiet, mysterious guy who falls for the bubbly, sarcastic girl'. But this one's completely opposite.
And this is the story of Tattoo Guy and Coffee Girl.
And this is their story of falling in love.