Virginia Rose has got a rigid, and ambitious plan for herself. Stay in the top 1% of her class. Keep her grades perfect. Sing in her Church choir. Get accepted into Harvard University and graduate High School as Valedictorian. She even has a weekly skirt schedule that she never fails to follow and a daily routine that has never let her down. In short, plans and schedules and tidied perfection are all what Virginia strives for.
Along comes motorcycle-riding, rock’n’roll-loving, anti-establishment Derek Evered, local bad boy and drummer in a measly band. A chance meeting between the two slowly brings Derek barging into Ginny’s perfect world and taking it all down piece by piece, introducing Ginny to the one thing she can’t study about in textbooks: love. Soon, Ginny finds herself free-falling into the unknown, realizing that maybe, just maybe, there more to the world than Ivy League schools and straight A’s and that perhaps the best things in life lie in the things that are the most flawed.
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This is an amateur reading of Free Falling, a Novel by Raine.
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