Three Years, Five Months and Eleven Days

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softlikevelvet By softlikevelvet Completed
Debby Martin never understood why Bethan Jones wanted to be her friend. At three years, five months and eleven days her elder she was way too beautiful and cool to like Debby. But it had always been them, so Debby just went along with it, disbelieving. Inseparable from Debby's birth, they pass their days in the small city of St. David's, in Wales. But when Beth's childhood friend Michael comes to spend the summer with them, Debby learns just how big an age gap three years, five months and eleven days really is.
    
    The first book in The Three Years Trilogy, a trilogy about friendship, love and heartbreak. Follow Debby, Michael and Beth over ten years as they grow up, learning on the way who they really are. With a book following each character, the three tell of different events that are important to them.
This is a great beginning to your story. It is not onl relatable to teenagers, but you also make it easy to follow and you have a well written story. It's great how you end it so that readers will question what exactly happen between Beth and her, so that's a huge plus! However, i think your story could benefit more if you expanded your vocabulary a little. Keep it up  though!
                                    - GW
This is a great beginning to your story. It is not onl relatable to teenagers, but you also make it easy to follow and you have a well written story. It's great how you end it so that readers will question what exactly happen between Beth and her, so that's a huge plus! However, i think your story could benefit more if you expanded your vocabulary a little. Keep it up  though!
                                    - GW
This is a great beginning to your story. It is not onl relatable to teenagers, but you also make it easy to follow and you have a well written story. It's great how you end it so that readers will question what exactly happen between Beth and her, so that's a huge plus! However, i think your story could benefit more if you expanded your vocabulary a little. Keep it up  though!
                                    - GW
This is a great beginning to your story. It is not onl relatable to teenagers, but you also make it easy to follow and you have a well written story. It's great how you end it so that readers will question what exactly happen between Beth and her, so that's a huge plus! However, i think your story could benefit more if you expanded your vocabulary a little. Keep it up  though!
                                    - GW
This is a great beginning to your story. It is not onl relatable to teenagers, but you also make it easy to follow and you have a well written story. It's great how you end it so that readers will question what exactly happen between Beth and her, so that's a huge plus! However, i think your story could benefit more if you expanded your vocabulary a little. Keep it up  though!
                                    - GW
This is a great beginning to your story. It is not onl relatable to teenagers, but you also make it easy to follow and you have a well written story. It's great how you end it so that readers will question what exactly happen between Beth and her, so that's a huge plus! However, i think your story could benefit more if you expanded your vocabulary a little. Keep it up  though!
                                    - GW