“You’re a mystery Macy Collins” he grabbed me by the waist and pulled me against his chest before brushing his lips against my neck. Butterflies stampeded into my stomach but I kept my cool and pushed against his chest a bit so he could look me in the eyes, “a mystery that you won’t solve” I smirked at him before releasing myself from his grip and walking away. “I wouldn’t bet on that” he called out after me, I shook my head in laughter, he had no idea what he was getting himself into and I couldn’t wait to get started. Meet Macy Collins a 17-year-old sarcastic, bitchy yet fun teenager who is far from normal. Having to grow up faster than expected because of the death of her mother and the departure of her father, she was forced to take care of her little sister Charlie. Macy has dealt with drugs, murders and revenge but is now trying to live a normal teenage life, well as normal as it can get for her. Sounds pretty cliché right, wrong see Macy doesn’t tell anyone anything and keeps everyone locked out except maybe her best friend, Tyler, but she isn’t socially awkward, hell, she will tell you if you’re a slut right to your face. So what will happen when she is trying to hide herself from her past and make sure history doesn’t rear its ugly head? But when Macy realises people won’t stick around if they don’t know who she really is, she will have to choose either to open up or be sucked back into the black hole that is her past. Throughout this story Macy will face challenges, old demons, betrayal, lust and the question everyone is wondering will Macy open up to the cliché that is love?