Total Opposites Being Re-Written!
I read through the story and realized that it wasn't going were I wanted. A lot of chapters are way too short and there's A LOT of grammar mistakes. I'm going to be re- writing the story almost completely. It might end up seeming like a different story but the same basic idea is going to be there. I hope all of you who actually enjoyed this story enjoy the re-written story as well. As far as I have it now it is WAY better than the one I had updated first. I'll be updating weekly, maybe twice a week, to have the 22 chapters back up as soon as possible. I will update the first chapter as soon as I re-read and fix any mistakes...The fist chapter might be up by later today or tomorrow...I'm hopping to be ready to update by today.
I hope all of you keep enjoying the story. Sorry for deleting the chapters...I just really HAD to change it. I really hope all of you like how I changed the story and that you keep reading it!
Here's the Summary and a Preview:
Lucy had always had a crush on the school's star basketball player and playboy, Sting. Being the quiet, shy girl she ends up deciding to write him a love letter and slip it in his locker. However, things didn't quite go as she expected. She got the wrong locker. To make matters worse, it was Gray's locker, the supposed 'bad boy' of school. He's dangerous, as rumors say, charming and attractive, but he's a player and breaks girls hearts. Lucy will try and stay away from him but Gray wants her and only her. They say opposites attract, but who knew it was actually true?
Lucy tucked a few wisps of her blonde hair behind her ear and sighed as she took one last glance at her reflection in the small mirror inside her locker. She gathered her books and stuffed them into her plain, blue bag. Her unfinished Biology homework was going to be a problem to her perfect record but she could think of an excuse if it came to it. As she rushed passed her locker to class, she quickly fixed her long ponytail of glossy, blonde hair and slung her bag over her shoulder.
As she mad her way towards her class; students were filling around her class. When she was steps away from her class she saw a guy leaning in front of the door.
He wore the schools uniform, only difference from most boys was that his tie was disheveled. His hair was black like the night sky and was styled in a messy fashion. Lucy could see his piercing blue eyes looking straight at her, his gaze penetrating. A smirk played on his lips. On his hand was a familiar pink envelope. Lucy's chocolate brown eyes widened.
This year was definitely going to be different for Lucy.
Any suggestions to these new ideas? Hope you all can wait for the new re-written version of Total Opposites!
P.S. Are any of you liking it so far?
Next Update will be coming soon!