I think this has a ton of potential. It has an interesting premise, a good cast and a sense of mystery regarding the past. Writing wise it does have a plethora of errors, some that can break the immersion due to confusion, and others that don't really do anything to hinder the reading experience. Personally, I don't mind it. I was an avid Wattpad reader and got my start reading and writing there, and the place has a lot of newbie writers. To me, what matters most is wealth of storytelling ability, which you have down to a T! Eventually I stopped noticing the small errors and focused in on the story, because that is what's most engaging to me, good prose comes second to that. Everything about the story in this is perfect. It has loose ends to be tied up later on, and an overarching sense of a storm brewing, both metaphorically and literally, as well as water being a present theme. I really recommend this to anyone who enjoys YA romance, which is my primary genre, as it has all the elements readers might crave in regards to that.
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To the lovely author, I understand where you're at. I have disabilities and am a person with ASD and had to work a lot at making my writing better, and I know how frustrating it can get. Please keep it going and don't feel pressured to perfect everything, just get your ideas down because they're wonderful and speak for themselves. I really look forward to future chapters of this, and other works of yours I might be interested in.