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Crazy for Me (Under Heavy Editing!)

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Crazy for Me (Under Heavy Editing!)
~*FINISHED*~ Natalie Croft was stuck. Her parents were both dead and her older brother couldn't stand to look at her. As an escape, she went out most nights. She didn't drink or do drugs. She just went to see the people like her. She was a dark skinned rocker who needed someone to love her. Tate Anderson is a gang banger. He'll tell you to your face. He's huge and no one's ever let him be himself. That's how he got into the gangs. They thought it was great that he was so large. Even though he was a white boy, he could kill without a second thought. He's lost in a world full of drugs, guns, and anything else you could think of. The only thing that could possibly save him is someone who understands his pain.


love, gangs, violence, teen pregnancy
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Nina Kari

Ok so I've had this story in my favorites for a while now and am just getting around to reading it and I have to say I hate that I waited so long. Yeah, I noticed a few grammar mistakes but the story line is really good and it was definitely and enjoyable read :)

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Haha I know..about the grammar errors I mean. And there are a few other things that I'd like to change format wise. It's just that I wrote this book when I was 14! I'm 16 now. This is my baby and I decided to just leave it. To show what I can accomplish. Maybe one day I'll... mehr anzeigen

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it's done now but im thinking about doing a book 2..thoughts on maybe looking at it coming from Tate's sister Tracy's pov? like when she had first gotten pregnant and then had to move away?

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