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The Perfect Mismatch (Completed)

The Perfect Mismatch (Completed)

137K Reads 2.6K Votes 17 Part Story
beautifulatsunrise By beautifulatsunrise Completed

Alison might not want to move across the globe but she is relieved that no American boys would take notice of her. Or so she thought. Starting afresh at Cornwall Institution, she joins a new circle of friends and takes on unexpected romantic interests. What will happen when she falls in love with a dark and brooding young professor called Edward who happens to be her best friend's brother? What happens when Alison finds herself questioning Edward’s past and end up finding out about his secrets? Will he be the ultimate key to her happiness and acceptance of America as a place where she can live and grow up in? Or will she always be the lonely foreigner wherever she goes?

MariaMcDorman MariaMcDorman Apr 04, 2016
Some of the sentence structure needs changing, it is an interesting story so far.
Annasamake Annasamake Oct 18, 2016
im African and we do not play with hyenas. This is very insulting and degrading. I will not continue reading this story. Africa is not a jungle just so you know
dr_can dr_can Dec 15, 2016
I think "when we already have" would be better, instead of "when we can have" (I suppose they are already American citizens, I'm sorry if I understood wrong)
lackinq lackinq Dec 27, 2011
Oh I like this! It's interesting that she's not the typical Caucasian main character. Sometimes it seems like it goes a little longer then needed but your description was great. It was grabbing and kept me reading to the end so good! I'm exited to keep reading! Nice chapter :D
iforshelbs iforshelbs Nov 13, 2011
This is very well written and ive only notcied small spelling errors though their so minor that I can barely tell theyre there. Good job :) i enjoy this a lot for a 1st chapter.
diehardwriter21 diehardwriter21 Nov 12, 2011
Alison rambles a lot, doesn't she? I see that people are complaining about it but I think that it makes her a stronger character. She's got that trait that makes her see more... real.