Dark Curls and the Hoodie Girl
18-year-old Ophelia hates breakups; they're messy and inconvenient. But she also loves boys; they're attractive and make her smile. Her break-up coping mechanism has turned into a deep dark yet questionable secret.
Most people have skeletons in their closets. Ophelia, has shirts from each of her past boyfriends.
There are 12 of 'em to be exact, from 12 heartbroken boys--over-worn hoodies, old hockey jerseys, over-sized sweaters, varsity jackets, concert shirts, and leather jackets.
Ophelia keeps them in a suitcase under her bed; she moves on easier knowing she can lock up her past.
Until her dad accidentally sells the shirts at the neighborhood garage sale, and suddenly, Forrest, the provocative boy next door with a cat obsession, buys all 12 of them and will not give them back.
Unless she complies to his twisted proposal that sends her private love life on a path to disaster, or perhaps in the direction of her 13th sweater?