Deep Under Water
"I'm drowning, Dylan."
"You'll never drown, princess. Because I'll always be here to save you."
"But what about when we fall?"
"Who says either of us going to fall?"
"What if we do?"
"If you fall first, I'll catch you, Clara. But if I fall first, you need to promise me something."
"You'll forever be mine."
Clara Jane is your average dork - she keeps her distance from the populars. She's a loner after an incident which happens when she was much younger, and she much prefers it that way. Her sister doesn't care about anything but her reflection in the mirror. And her parents treat her as if she's a stranger in her own home.
So what happens when the bad boy at school stops the head cheerleader from beating her up?
They make an agreement - it's just a pointless game.
But that's not what it feels like.
Feelings get stirred, secrets get spilled and hearts get broken.
Is Dylan Maxwell going to be the death of Clara Jane?
What happens when they get closer to each other?
Will the Gods let them fall in love or will they be left wondering what they could've been?
'One word to describe him: possessive - certainly not controlling. And I wouldn't change him for the world.' - Clara Jane
'Whatever happens, you're mine, princess.' - Dylan Maxwell
(Book 3 of A Story Worth Telling Series. This book can stand alone without any previous context, but it also may contain spoilers for previous/current novels in the series.)