The glasses she wore every day. Broken ,like her. Aspyn White is a shy girl who would rather stick her nose in a book than to talk to boys or go to parties.
Well it isn't that bad...
Until she met Kingsley Ross. The Bad Boy.
Strong. Thats what they call me. Not because I'm strong, mentally or physically, but it's my name. Strong Aspyn White. I don't know why, my parents don't seem to hate me.
I was the girl with her nose in a book, I'd much rather do that than party or talk to guys (even make friends). I had thick dark brown ,vintage glasses that had many cracks , cellotape pieces and a white paint blob on the side, it had character. My eyes were too different colours, one blue and the other hazel brown. My hair was thick and dark brown , lightning up abit in a ombre texture as my natural curls showed. My eyebrows were thick, yet beautiful, too. My lips were rosy and plump, lightly smeared with peach lipbalm.
"Aren't you going to read 'The Fault In Our Stars' like all the other girl?" A stunningly deep voice asks. I look up to meet the owner of the heavenly voice. Kingsley Ross.
Kingsley was the captain of our schools rugby team. He had black hair with a lighter piece in his quiff. He had a large tattoo of a rose bush with SAW in the middle. I rolled my eyes as he probably got the SAW part because of that famous horror movie. His lip had a piercing. My mind jumped to a burning question. Why was Mr.popular talking to the weird bookworn with glasses.
"What if I'm not like the other girls?" I said softly. I looked down that my hair fell in my face. I was so nervous.
"I noticed, why do you think I'm so interested?" He asked , i looked up at him to see a huge smirk on his face.
"Maybe you wanted to make fun of a weirdo like me." I said looking away.
"Why would I make fun of the most beautiful person I have ever met?" He asked and my eyes widened.