By Christina C Jones
Eddie is boastful, particularly useless and slick on the mouth - or just convinced, discerning, and unafraid to talk his brain, in the event you ask him. Astrid is annoyingly perky, unpolished, and a bit delusional approximately Eddie’s allure to her - or, in response to her, full of life, actual, and completely spot on concerning the riding issue of a definite neighborhood tattoo artist’s “hatred” of her.
They might imagine they’re contrary, yet have extra in universal than they suspect. For either one of them, discovering a connection that's deeper than surface-level is uncommon. anyone they could examine from, develop with, anyone who can exhibit them issues they haven’t obvious earlier than and believe issues they’ve by no means felt, with anyone.
No labels, no boxes.
Just…maybe… anything like love.
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