Akaike Leiko is empty.
She lives her life following the rules that have been laid out for her. Leiko wakes up every morning, dresses, eats, and attends classes. At rourteen, she's the epitome of the perfect child. She receives perfect grades and has even landed herself a position as the vice-president of the student council. All this she balances with her position as an up-and-coming idol. In all honesty, she appears perfect. She has the life anyone would wish for.
Beneath, she's a mess.
She comes home to what is practically an empty house. She fears disease and filth to the point that even her gloves are burned daily. Her childhood is a series of blank-spaces filled with the occasional, colorful memories of her childhood friends. Friends whom she hasn't even spoken to since they moved onto high-school.
One chance meeting, however, flips her world on it's head. She's forced to transfer schools where yet another meeting spins her life into disarray.
Soon, one broken soul has found another and a timeless love begins.