History equals dates
"I'm an adult and I should act like one," he admitted. "I was so angry when I heard you talk to your friend in that manner about Drew that I was blind to realise that you were protecting me."
Sadie leaned against the wall and wiped the tears off of her face. "It's fine," she muttered.
Mr Cooper sighed and walked towards her. "Tell me what you want, Sadie, and I'll do it as long as you'll forgive me."
Sadie lifted her gaze towards Mr Cooper and, without losing time, she replied, "Kiss me, Mr Cooper."
Seventeen year old Sadie has huge plans for her future: she wants to travel the world and move on from all the stress back home; but most importantly, she aims to be a successful historical fiction author. Being the daughter of the mayor of Yorkwood, her life is not very easy as this results into loneliness and bullying.
As a sophomore in high school, she anxiously waited for her history classes, so she can take notes for the story she is writing. But now she is a junior and her history teacher is replaced by a young attractive one - will she keep attending her classes for her fiction, or will it be an excuse to see him?