Muse A’s mother died during childbirth so she was raised by her father. He was a good dad, raised her well. He just so happened to also be a high ranking member of a motorcycle gang. Muse A grew up in the life and honestly loved every minute of it. She started getting tattoos and piercings when she was just fourteen and now has almost every inch of her body covered. That wasn’t the only part she loved though, she loved everything. The parties the bikes, the guys, everything was perfect. So when her dad was killed in a motorcycle accident her life basically just fell apart. She was sent away to her grandparents, people she’d never even met before, they’d been her mother’s parents. They hated everything to do with the motorcycle club so they sent Muse A off to Boarding School, hoping that she’d learn some manners, get some sense knocked into her so she’d laser off all those ridiculous tattoos and become the daughter they’d always wanted. Muse B is the star player of almost every sports team at Waverly Preparatory School. He has the perfect grades, the perfect girlfriend and even has all the perfect colleges interested in him. Then she arrived and everything changed, from the very first class period. Muse A somehow manages to disrupt everything in his life, from studying in the library to trying to practice that particular season’s sport. She’s everything he’s supposed to hate, and he does hate her, but he also can’t help but be intrigued…P.S. Would really like to play Muse A for this one.
“Tell me again why you’re sending me to that school and not just back home” Lana asked as she lit one of her cigarettes, something she’s been doing a lot more often lately. “You don’t want me so just let me go home” she said and turned away from the town car that was currently being loaded with her stuff to glare at her grandmother. Emily sighed softly, “We’re sending you to Waverly so you can grow up the way you were meant to, as a Rosen” she said with a smile and walked over to Svetlana. She plucked the cigarette out of her hand and tossed it aside. “It’ll give you a chance to learn some manners, and how to act like a lady. Will be a good experience for you” she said. Lana shook her head slightly, “Translation, you want me to become an entirely different person so I’m not an embarrassment” she said with scowl. “And my last name isn’t Rosen, it’s Frost” she snapped before walking around her grandmother and going back inside.
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