Crossed

Crossed

162K Reads 5.7K Votes 60 Part Story
Rach 🦄✨💓 By rachienyc Completed

Meet Alexandra Francisco. She is quirky, sarcastic, independent and cool. She is definitely not your regular 19 year old teenage girl. She has a family of 8, not including herself, to take care of.                   

Meet Tyler Reich. He is your hot af, handsome, arrogant, cocky, rich playboy. 

What happens if these two unlikely pair crossed paths when Alexandra had to get a job desperately and becomes his body guard one day?        
                                                              
warning: might have some cliché moments but sorry I'm a sucker for cliché :P There will also be the use of some colourful languages but anyways, happy reading! :)

p.s. The chapters are NOT edited so pardon my mistakes :)

*Completed*
Highest ranking teen fiction: #216

Anaia2004 Anaia2004 Mar 13, 2016
Just saw someone voted for this and its already amazing to me 👍👍👍💜💜🌟🌟
whynot_alle whynot_alle Jan 02
cant nathan and the twins help out tho? i mean they're at the age to get jobs
addisonsydb addisonsydb Oct 19, 2015
Who names one kid Alexander and one kid Alexandra? lol
                              
                              This prologue seems a little bit too whiny. Like, I could tell it's a hard sitch with just the sheer number of people she has to take care, I'm not sure the commentary is necessary here. But I guess it could be part of the character; we'll see.
WriteUpMyAlley WriteUpMyAlley Oct 16, 2015
Just started the book and I love it already. I'm going to literally try to remember allllll the characters name, age, etc. But..goshhh that's a lot to handle at 19.
Nikithasuz123 Nikithasuz123 Oct 13, 2015
It's going to be tricky managing do many names! 
                              But it's really a good start!
Dany1908 Dany1908 Oct 13, 2015
well she has two twins sisters of fifteen the cooking should not be only her responsability lol 
                              an advice try to write the numbers in letters 
                              this was short, precise