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kayalways By kayalways Updated Aug 08, 2014

Zahra Shay, a humorous African-American girl with a shy side is just a small town girl who attends a private high school mostly composed of Caucasian students. She walks the halls with her two best friends Brooke Long, an energetic Caucasian girl, and Dante Delgado, a feisty Hispanic boy. Just when Zahra thinks her junior year is going to suck, Kenji Moon, an Asian transfer student from Korea enters the school. From the moment Zahra lays eyes on Kenji, she finds him rather captivating and exotic. Of course she isn’t the only one to think so, anyone would drool over his fiery appearance. 

                         Rumors around the school say that there is more to Kenji than meets the eye. These rumors are not far from the truth. As Zahra gets closer to Kenji, she discovers an exciting yet horrifying secret. Dive into this story “Synonyms” and discover the hidden secrets that arise.

afroditejae afroditejae Jul 08, 2016
My school literally does nothing for new kids. They're on their own lol
Yandere-Smile Yandere-Smile Sep 30, 2013
I mean...I like this story but but it's really bothering me that Kenji has a traditionally Japanese name not a Korean one.  
                              Like is this explained later or...?
kayalways kayalways Jan 30, 2013
@Strawberrycupcakes17 Haha yes, I agree. Thank you so much for reading! @ElleHolmes I'm glad you've stumbled onto this story. I hope you enjoy! ^_^
Strawberrycupcakes17 Strawberrycupcakes17 Jan 21, 2013
This is a good read! I love AMBW but, alot of the writers out there writing them either don't know how to write or are just way too graphic. Thank you for not being that way aha.  I look forward to reading your story girly :)
kayalways kayalways Jul 16, 2012
@ElizabethOkoro Hehe yeah, thank you. I always see that too. That's why i had to be different. Adventuring out of the norm ;D
ElizabethOkoro ElizabethOkoro Jul 14, 2012
@oaktree89 I agree no offance but I always see white Caucasian people so its nice to see a difference