By Christina C Jones
Eddie is conceited, rather useless and slick on the mouth - or just convinced, discerning, and unafraid to talk his brain, if you happen to ask him. Astrid is annoyingly perky, unpolished, and a bit delusional approximately Eddie’s charm to her - or, in line with her, vigorous, 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 unusual. anyone they could study from, develop with, a person who can exhibit them issues they haven’t noticeable ahead of and think issues they’ve by no means felt, with anyone.
No labels, no boxes.
Just…maybe… whatever like love.
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