They Were Meant to Be

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
About a single teen mom who falls in love with a man who isn't from the same social group as her, she deals with his mom disagreeing, and he wins over her sons heart.

Submitted: September 23, 2013

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Aubree Storm and Bryan Hale had been together for one year. Ever since the day they had met, that hot July day on the sand at Dash Point, their attraction for one another was clearly there when Bryan finally said hello Aubree could hardly contain her excitement. They had so much in common! They shared a love for muscle cars, tattoos, piercings, and snakes as well as the same rock bands. Even though she tried to stay away from dating after her son’s father abandoned them, she could tell this guy was different. After a day of playing in the water, and falling head over heels for each other they knew this was the start of something great. After a few months when Aubree deemed it okay Bryan met her two year old son Bently, she was scared to let him into her child’s life. Since she had gotten pregnant at seventeen with her high school boyfriend, who promptly left her upon realizing he was the father of her baby. Bryan however was one year older than her and much more mature than most guys his age, so children and responsibilities didn’t scare him.

 Bryan and Aubree grew up with very different family backgrounds, Aubree’s family has always been very accepting of her choices. Bryan’s family isn’t they would prefer him to not get tattoos, piercings, drive a nice eco-friendly car, and become a lawyer. Which is the total opposite of him, regardless of what his parents think. Though they had been together for a year Bryans parents had yet to meet Aubree, since Bryan knew they wouldn’t approve nor be nice to his girlfriend. Finally on June 7th at Bently’s third birthday party Bryan got the courage to ask the amazing woman he was with to be his wife. 


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