Love is a Beach
Mia's social status is beyond outcast, which is why she was so happy to have graduated the viciousness of high school and released into summer break. However, she is still puts up boundaries between herself and most everyone in the world because of an incident that left her scarred, but Mia's walls are caging her, rather than protecting her. Her OCD, depression, lack of self-esteem, severe germophobia, and severe phobia of life in general trap her from being the person that she is.
Her only friend convinces her to go on vacation with him and a few other people to the beach, which she is not happy about, especially since it deals with things like car-trips, sand, hotels, dirty water, salt-smelling air, etc. What she is most unhappy about is the thing that bullied her and rubbed her fears in her face from third grade, through senior year: Ethan Davis. Mia has enough stress to tackle through without him going on the same trip, but can she tackle Ethan? Can she even manage herself?
An OCD clean-freak at a beach with the slob who makes fun of her every move and word? Is there even a possiblity of this ending well?