Meadowbrook Park brings disgust to the wealthy residents of Scarsdale, New York. The two words even brought fear to a young Adelaine Fevrole, whose uncle calls it home. After Lainey's parents died, she was forced to call it home as well. For most of her life, she's suffered under the care of her uncle - a poor, abusive drug addict. After she turns seventeen, Lainey starts her senior year at Scarsdale High, her last school now unaffordable thanks to her uncle's drug habits.
Living in fear and isolation has made Lainey anxious, fidgety and introverted. She's unable to remember a time when she felt truly happy and safe. She can barely remember what her parents looked like or how their voices sounded - her lack of any physical memories forcing the images of perverted men crawling through her window and young drug dealers chasing her down the street to the front of her mind and memory.
Lainey is damaged. Damaged to a point which she thinks cannot be reversed. But through the people she meets at Scarsdale High, she discovers that she may have thought too quickly. At Scarsdale High some scars can heal, and as hers do, she leaves Lainey behind and becomes his Addie Baby.
This is my first story and I promise I'll make it as good as I can!