-past participle of break
-having been fractured or damaged and no longer in one piece
"What did I do to you that makes you hate me so much?" I whisper against the wind, nervous for the answer.
He clenches his jaw and fixes his eyes on me, "You're making me feel things I promised myself I wouldn't feel. You're changing me into someone I never thought I could be. You're insecure when there's nothing to be insecure about. You have this spark that could turn into a wildfire, but you choose to blow it out." He steps closer and my heartbeat accelerates.
His lips brush against my ear, "And something so beautiful shouldn't be so broken."
Grayson is the outcast. Nobody understands her, or her past. She's never lets anyone in. Whenever she did, it just led to heartbreak.
When you've had your heart broken so many times, can it still be fixed? When your heart is broken into millions of pieces, which one do you follow?
Will anybody care? Can they? Would they even want too?
Zachary doesn't care what anyone thinks, he's always into new trouble. The new boy, in fact. Nothing can stop him, or can they? The bad boy has a problem too, playing around with girls and leaving them. All because of a mysterious past.
When they meet each other, will it lead to a meaningful relationship or a despiteful one?