Author has written 5 stories for High School Musical.
"People should be able to say how they feel, how they really feel. Not, you know, some words that some strangers put in their mouths."
After the perfect night, Troy Bolton comes home to his worst nightmare. Soon, Gabriella Montez is thrown into the mix and they must fight for their lives -together.
Without Love (One-shot)
Mega-superstar Zac Efron messes up, quite disasterously as a matter of fact, and severly damages his romantic relationship with actress Vanessa Hudgens. And as Zac has learned, it's gonna take a lot more than a mix tape and some nice flowers to win her back this time. It's going to take effort, careful planning and perhaps a little help from some close castmates of his in order to get the darling beauty back in his love again.
Don't Send Me Texts! (One-shot)
Seperation isn't easy for most couples, in any given situation. But in the sneaky, trecharous and busy realms of Hollywood, it is even more difficult. And let's just say High School Musical star Zac Efron didn't exactly make things easier for himself when he decided that true communication isn't really vital, and technology is just fine for keeping in touch with a distant lover. Little did he know how much he had screwed things up for himself.
Love in London (One-shot)
Was it a coincidental misunderstanding? Sure. Was it fixable? Probably. But either way, this unfortunate problem arises just as the cast is jetting off to the romantic city of London, and ironically takes our favorite couple for quite a spin, testing their ability to communicate their true feelings, and trust one another.
Troy and Gabriella were the perfect couple, deeply in life-changing love. As graduation approaches, change and heartbreak looms in the future. And as life-shattering decisions are made impulsivly, decisions that cannot quickly be taken back, Troy and Gabriella face the impossible: seperation. And that is only the beginning of their tragic love story.
"You would never listen to him all of a sudden and... leave me, right?" Gabriella tried to be coy, but her uncertainness was showing through her chocolate orbs.
"What? No... you're... you're everything to me Brie. I love you so much and I need you. Do you seriously think I would be capable of moving across half of the world just for a stupid tradition? Just to please my father? Not a chance." Troy assured her, his muscled arm gripping her petite waist tighter to him as they lay comfortably on his beige and off-white colored couch.
"I love you too," she spoke honestly against his chest.
"Good. And nothing can ever change that. No one can ever change that. There's nothing in this world that can keep us apart Gabs, not even him." Troy spoke not only to soothe and convince Gabriella, but also himself. To be honest, he was dead scared. Him and his father's fights were getting more and more intense each night, to say the least. Sure, he had been spared the night before -for once. But the brutality of the truth was getting harder and harder to face as each day passed. It was scary. Terrifying, even. But most of all it was just made his whole situation that much more torturous, because he knew that the damage his father had been doing recently was not the worst his father could do. He could be a lot more bitter, coldhearted and... well, heartbreaking. Troy knew he could. And while that was distressing and all, the nerves Troy felt just waiting for his father to crack and fall of the edge of anger was even more afflicting that it overshadowed the pain of his father's insensitiveness.
However as he felt Gabriella breathe in and out softly against his solid chest, he found peacefulness in the vow that nothing would ever change his relationship with Gabriella. Nothing could hurt or damage it. Ever.
Oh, how wrong he was.