As far as personality disorders go, not many can be classified as good. However, the inability or difficulty to form emotional attachments can be seen as perfect in the scheme of things.
At nineteen years old, I was slowly beginning training at my dream job as a clothing designer. I very well did not need anything getting in my way, as I was aspiring to be one of the diligent employees at Franzese, an Italian-based home for designers of all hopeless clothing addicts. My most prominent problem was definitely not toxic relationships or dangerous ones, as I had none at all.
Well, until Greyson Cole, son of the famous founder and CEO of Cole Suites, the very hotel hosting to only the most well-known and celebrated celebrities, decided to come in on one fateful day for a new suit. He had been choosing suits from Franzese for years, if that also leaves a clue as to how focused I must be on my job. What was I to do when he offered me a job at his suites, even if I could keep my internship? I definitely needed the money.
So, of course, the only solution was to pretend to be dating the one and only Greyson Cole, right? Obviously.
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