41.6K Reads 1.3K Votes 26 Part Story
Sarah Swartz By SarahSwartz Completed

Written: January 1st, 2016- February 27th, 2016
Cover change: August 7, 2018

Kim Harper and Jackson Nelson have strongly disliked each other ever since Jackson moved next door to Kim freshmen year. Now they are Seniors in High School and still can't stand each other. But through those three years, feelings have formed and were kept secret. They acted as if those attractions didn't exist and went on hating each other like nothing was wrong. But that was until Jackson made the decision to kiss Kim out of nowhere and at that moment they both knew that their feelings for each other were bigger than an innocent crush.

Told through two different points of views, sharing two separate stories that came into one.
"Desire" is a great choice for young adults. 
So if you're into any Teen Fiction or Teen Romance then this is a good story for you.

Covers updated on a regular basis to see which one attracts the most readers.

This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

  • coltonhaynes
  • depression
  • desire
  • fiction
  • followme
  • hate
  • highschool
  • hollandroden
  • love
  • romance
  • sarahstilinski
  • sarahswartz
  • smalltown
  • teen
  • teenage
  • teenageromance
  • teenfiction
It’s called love don’t know hat it is or how to spell it I’ll do that for you L-O-V-E it’s when you really like someone and ask them out then go on a date
Luny_Lovegood Luny_Lovegood Mar 26, 2017
I've moved 12 times and am only thirteen...the longest time I've stayed in one place is two years.
deathbyclowns deathbyclowns Mar 05, 2017
I'm sitting here like
                              ok I already ship Trent and the other boy
                              I have problems.
deathbyclowns deathbyclowns Mar 05, 2017
                              Just me or are the gays always the best in books.