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Falling for my Student

By TenShi29 All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Romance

Falling for my Student [Prologue]


Falling for My Student [Prologue]

Before you guys would read farther down, please keep in mind that this is only the one chapter that's in a Third person's point of view and the rest of the chapters will be in the main character's point of view.

A hooded person sat still as she stared at the pamphlet and notes on her hands. It was all about the school she was going to teach in. All the notes are about some unsaid rules and things that her brother deemed that she should know about so that she wouldn't idiotically involve herself in it, not that she would stupidly get into any situation.

The car stopped and the woman neatly folded the pamphlet into half and put it in between the notebook. She looks at the driver and asked, "Anthony, are you sure you can wait for me? A teacher's schedule is different than a student's."

Anthony Walts rolled his blue eyes as he started debating whether or not should he feel worried for his sister. "I'm fine, Alyss! Shouldn't I be the one worried about you rather than the other way around? You're going to be teaching delinquents!"

Alyss roll her eyes even though Anthony can't see it. "I'll be fine. Shouldn't I be more worried since the bad boy will be seen arriving with a teacher every morning?" She got out of the car.

He gapes at her before frowning. "Where did you hear that?" Anthony demanded as he went out of the car.

Alyss ignored him as she looks at the school. "So this is it." She mutters to herself. She took a deep breath and take a step forward.


Summary: Nashville High- a school well-known for having delinquents as students. Recently, three teachers mysteriously quit and disappear in thin air and another teacher- a mysterious teenage girl- immediately appeared soon after. The teacher brings drama, crying, laughter, fun and awkwards situations. How will Nashville High be ever the same with this teenager as a teacher?

Meet Alyss Walts. She's kind with a sharp mouth. She's an inspiring writer and cook. Knows how to fight and dislikes going out. One day, she got in trouble with her editor and was forced to take a small break from work and go out of her house. She came back with a new job: A teacher.

How will Alyss be able to survive all the drama she'll experience? Putting in two siblings, parents that has never been there, friends, works, and a whole lot of stuffs, Alyss is bound to get in trouble without her asking for it.


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