Beautiful and Loud
*Sequel to The Ugly Girl and the Mute Boy. You should read that first because
Just when you think there can't be anything more, the author goes and makes a sequel. Let's hope it isn't terrible like a lot of sequels.
During her sophomore year, Charlotte Lawrence was listed as the ugliest girl in Oak View high school. She was disowned by her mother, but her father and sister loved her just the same. Charlie decided who cares if she got a tutor for English? Enter Matthew.
During his sophomore year, Matthew Carter hadn't said a word since the third grade.
No one knew why but it was because he blamed himself for the death of his friend. He didn't like socializing and couldn't wait to leave Oak View. So why not tutor a girl in English?
What's the worst that could've happen? They became friends. Then best friends.
Then they started crushing on each other. Then they started dating. Then they got engaged. Then they broke up- I'M JOKING DON'T KILL ME.
Even though Charlie and Matt left Oak View after graduation and never looked back, shit kinda happens. (It's kinda Matt's fault; it's kinda Charlie's fault. Seriously, kids: always. use. protection.)
Anyway, the group is trying to forget the hell that is Oak View and move on with their lives by: taking pictures of (semi)naked people (frigging Matt), running a café (go Jules), being a bum (it's Aiden, what else do you except), and getting a cat without telling your fiancé/roommate (same, Charlie, same).
But Oak View and Life are like 'nah, bruh' and instead of telling you, I'm gonna go. See ya later guys, gals, and nonbinary pals.