Mr.Bad Boy And Me

Mr.Bad Boy And Me

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Anosha By anosha2627 Updated Sep 02

#63 in TeenFiction. 02/10/16

  Ariana Lockwood is a Sweet, sarcastic, funny, sassy two goody shoes. She doesn't drink or smoke and doesn't go to high school parties. She has the best grades in Beacon Hills High School.
    Xavier Knight is a cocky, arrogant bad boy. He goes to high school parties, drinks and he even smokes. He use girls like tissue paper and has fucked every girl in bacon hills except Ariana and her best friend. Girls fall head over heels in love with him but he never cared.
    So what happens when Ariana and Xavier meet each other?Will they fall in love or hate each other forever? I guess you just have to read to find out.....
*Warning*: Mature language has been used in this story so read at your own risk...

    Cover by @ATWisBOSS

  • ariana
  • arrogant
  • badboy
  • boyfriend
  • cocky
  • drama
  • friends
  • goodgirl
  • hate
  • highschool
  • love
  • possessive
  • relationship
  • romance
  • school
  • secrets
  • senior
  • sweet
  • teenfiction
  • xavier
Try maybe using "I tried getting out of bed but fell off instead, causing a loud thump."
Is metabolism the FIRST thing you bring up in a convo...
                              "Hey I'm new to this school."
                              "So am I."
                              "I also have fast metabolism!"
                              "OMG so do I!"
You should at least try adding a period after "aghhhh"
                              Try doing "God, I hate school!" 
                              Instead maybe try putting "Then I realize it's 7:45." or maybe even using "After recovering from the brightness of the sun, I soon realize it is 7:45."
I think the school should be based on lunch😂 what we get to learn about food
RuthieEbun RuthieEbun Aug 26
                              I don't think there is a need for the surplus h
zoeyp07 zoeyp07 Aug 24
Don't get me wrong it's good your saying this stuff nicely. But it just might be her way to write. And she can do it how she wants