"When I looked into his eyes, I was pulled in; like a hurricane was washing over me, and pulling me under." Adele Rosalie Thompson, or Addie, as most call her, has had a hard life. She's lived most of her life without a father; somebody she couldn't, and didn't even want, to call a father. Kids teased her, abused her, beat on her, all because she was different. But, as time dragged on, things changed; her mother moved into the fabulous house of Gerard Hutcherson, a millionaire who brought in and raised his best friend's only son, Niall Horan. Who, frankly, is the most stubborn and erratic boy Addie has ever known. Alcohol is rather addicting, but are Niall's eyes even more? Niall James Horan, the blonde, blue-eyed boy living in the house of Gerard, his 'uncle' of sorts, is a lost soul. He's lost everything; his parents, his baby sister, and his only reason to want something out of the world. Niall is dangerous; he's fun, and sexy, like every girl dreams of having, but Niall never feels anything for anyone. So, when a woman and a girl his age move into his house and invade his life, Niall does all he has ever known to do. Push them away, and out of his life; and pushed them down with harsh words and silence. Maybe, that's good for him to cope better, but hey, how can you push someone away for so long when they're both beautiful, and live just a room away? Adele and Niall are new at this whole love thing; they're questioning everything they've ever stood for in life. With fights, tears, love, heartbreak, happiness, and even pain are thrown in along the way, it makes you question why you've ever wanted something more in the first place. And, even question who you are.