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Anissa Savage

"Don't let anyone take away your dream."

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a character in “Uptown Living”, originally authored by eiraktten, as played by RolePlayGateway

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Full Name:
Anissa Marie Savage

Nickname:
Nissa || Prefers
Marie || Neutral
Ann || Hates

Birthday:
February, 19th

Age:
17; Seventeen

Sexual Orientation:
Bisexual

Grade Level:
12th; Senior

Hometown:
New York, New York

Character Role:
The Star in the Making

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Family:
Karen Savage || Mother || Alive
Anissa's relationship with her mother has always been a bit rocky while growing up. Ever since Anissa brought her dream of one day making it big in music, her mother immediately put her dreams down because she wanted Anissa to take over her fashion company when she grew older.

Ethan Savage || Father || Alive
Anissa's father being a wealthy CEO and business man never really has much time to spend with his daughter. Though that never seemed to stop her bond with her father growing. Anissa has always been what one might call a "Daddy's Girl".

Millina Hodge-Savage || Adopted Sister || Alive
Anissa was never all that pleased to have a complete stranger come into her life and be expected to treat her as family, but as she grew to get to know her adopted sister things began to change. Anissa loves her just as she would if she were he blood sister and she would willingly do anything to keep Millina safe and happy.

Home Life:
Anissa was raised into a life of general wealth and was expected to act as ladylike as possible. This of course caused the relationship with her mother to begin going towards the rocky side because Anissa felt that in order to be happy she had to act like herself, be herself and if that didn't add up to her mother's expectations then she didn't care. Just because the Savage family is always in the public eye, it never changed anything for Anissa. She was going to make mistakes, live her life, try new things, no matter what got into the news or online.

Though while growing up she was always bullied in school. There was never just one reason for it, there were all kinds. Like, her hair was too long, too short, the wrong color, her clothes weren't "hip" enough, the way she looked, talked, etc. Eventually she found a passion for music through all of this and decided that was what she wanted to do with her life. Of course, this only caused things in the Savage household to become even more tense because her mother never supported the idea and both her father and younger sister did. But still, regardless of what anyone thought of her dreams, she was going to work towards them and make them come true. No mater what got in the way on her long journey.

Academic Career:
Anissa's academics were never all that great while growing up, so the only way she was able to get into Constance was for her parents to pay the tuition in full. At first Anissa was never into the idea of going to an elite public school because she didn't want to be around a bunch of people who looked at life just as her mother does, but that changed once she began to make some friends. The bullying came to a halt, though she doesn't think it would be for long.

Future Plans:
Upon graduating, Anissa hopes to make it into NYADA in order to focus more on her musical career. She wants the best training as she could possibly get. But of course with her mother and father constantly arguing about the idea of Anissa shooting for this dream, she has a feeling she'll need to boost her academics in order to get a scholarship. This would definitely be worth it in order to start down the path of her dreams.

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Personality:
Rebellious: Ever since she was a child, she felt that she had to rebel against the rules in order to be who she wanted to be. Whether it be her parents' rules or at school, etc.

Creative: Anissa has always taken on more of a creative outlook on life. Any time she feels that something needed to have more beauty, she turned it into some form of art. Be it music, drawings, poetry, etc.

Trust Issues: She has been let down so much in the past that eventually made it difficult for her to trust anyone. There are a very few amount of people who she can fully trust.

Optimistic: Although Anissa has gone through a lot in her life, such as constantly being put down by her own mother and being bullied while growing up, she has learned to have a positive outlook on life in order to get through all of the bad things.

Opinionated: Anissa has always been the kind of person to let her opinion be known. Whether it's something that would hurt to know or not, she never seems to care. Sometimes this has landed her into trouble, but she never once thought about keeping her opinions to herself.

Strong-willed: She has always been determined to do whatever she wanted, even if others told her not to do so or that it would be a bad idea.

Hobbies:
Making Music: Anything that involves music always seems to take her mind off things and make her feel free, like there is nothing in the world that could ever tear her down.

Reading: If Anissa isn't working on her music or listening to music, most of the time you will find her with a book in her hand, even if she is strolling around town with her friends. Reading has always been her second passion in life, the stories has always been captivating to her and makes her imagine different outcomes of her own life, shows her that anything can be possible if she works for it.

Shopping: Just like most girls in the world, Anissa adores fashion and enjoys shopping. Any time she has the time and money to do so, she will hit the shops.

Bad Habits:
Swearing/Cussing: Anissa developed what one might call a sailor's mouth as she grew up. This was picked up from a very young age because she heard the words slip from her parents' mouths and eventually she caught onto it.

Smokes Cigarettes: She picked up on this habit at the age of fifteen and ever since has been addicted to the nicotine. She gets her of age friends, family, or even strangers at times to buy her cigarettes.

Skips Breakfast: Most of the times Anissa completely skips over the first meal of the day. Mainly because she gets sick after eating breakfast.

Likes:
The Big Bang Theory: This TV series never ceases to interest Anissa. She has seen every episode up to date and even memorizes the entire script for certain episodes.

Trying new things: Any time she gets a chance to have a go at something she has never done before, she will jump to the occasion. In her opinion you've got to try at least everything once.

Hamsters: Anissa has always thought hamsters were adorable and she has always wanted one.

Dislikes:
Bullies: Anissa has grew up being bullied and definitely knows how it can be to go through it. She tries her best to stay as far away from anyone who bullies people but sometimes that can be a bit difficult.

Gatorade: Anissa has tried every flavor just to at least give it a chance. But every time she has tried it, she always spat it back out. She isn't exactly sure what it is about this liquid, but it just doesn't seem to taste very well.

Drama: As much as Anissa has been included in drama and scandals around school and in town, she actually doesn't like the situations she puts herself into.

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Face Claim:
Victoria Justice

Height:
5'5"

Weight/Build:
115 lbs. || Average

Hair Color:
Chestnut Brown

Eye Color:
Golden Brown

So begins...

Anissa Savage's Story

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It was September 3rd, a Thursday, and the first official day of school at St. Jude's, and its sister school, Constance Billard. The day before had been orientation day, a day that was mostly scheduled for freshman, but technically required for all students. Most juniors and seniors were finished with orientation day by noon, or so, after sitting through short introductions to each of their classes, while following that, the freshman had to sit through a presentation about their school, that always seemed to drag on. Hunter could still remember how he had nearly fallen asleep during his freshman year presentation. Not even the jitters and excitement of attending a new school could keep him from quickly growing uninterested when the dean of students took the stage and began to lecture on and on about St. Jude's history. It got to a point where most kids actually preferred the real first day of school, even though that entailed doing actual work and assignments, over orientation day. It was easier to appreciate the first day of school though, when the week started on a Thursday, and after that day of classes, and Friday's, the students were treated to a long holiday weekend, thanks to Labor Day. Even if you weren't one of the students invited to Sydney Persson's annual Labor Day white party in the Hamptons, Labor Day was likely something you looked forward to. If you didn't have an event to attend, at least it was like you were given one extra day to finish up any missed summer plans. Hunter was one of those students who did have Sydney's party to look forward to on Sunday, but additionally, he was planning to throw a big, impromptu party on Friday night. Like most of Hunter's parties, it wouldn't be anything official, like what Sydney would be hosting over the weekend. There wouldn't be any fancy decorations or little finger sandwiches, or wait staff there to keep guests happy. Hunter would simply wait until his parents left for their own Hamptons weekend, have his friends haul the kegs up to his apartment, bring in the bottles, and maybe some weed or party drugs, if anyone wanted, and then in would come all of his friends and guests. It wouldn't be anything fancy, but in a world where everything had to be fancy to be socially acceptable, sometimes it was nice to act like normal high school kids, just trying to get away with a house party... even if that "house" the party was being thrown in wasn't some shabby house in the suburbs, but a penthouse apartment in the Upper East Side.

Right now, Hunter knew that he needed to put the focus of his party on the back burner, for the time being. He had an hour, or so, until he needed to leave for school, and he had only just rolled out of bed. Before hopping into the shower, he sent out a few text messages to some friends. Though he had seen most of his guy friends the day before at orientation, he hadn't stuck around for long enough to socialize with any of the Constance Billard girls, so he texted a few of them, as well as Liam Koch.

To: Liam
Gonna stop for a BLT on the way. Want me to bring u anything or you good?

To: Lani, Adeline, Sydney
Keep your schedule clear for Friday, ladies

To: Ness
So... since you came to my final party of last year, I expect to see you at my first of this year, on Friday. No excuses ;)

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Anissa couldn't believe it was officially the first day of her final year of high school. The years went by quickly at Constance Billard, maybe it was because of all the drama that circulated the school on a daily basis. But whatever it was, she was thankful for it. The brunette climbed out of bed as she let out a soft yawn and slid her slippers on her feet before proceeding to head into her bathroom to shower and begin her morning routine. Once she was dressed, she looked herself over in the mirror and took care of any last minute touches, grabbed her purse and headed out into the streets to start her way to school.

As she continued walking, she couldn't help herself from thinking back on the time she spent with Liam over the summer. Anissa knew it was wrong for her to be spending all that time with him while he was with Sydney and she still really isn't all that sure of what is going on between the two of them right now. She has been hearing rumors about a break up, but Liam never really said much of anything about it towards Anissa to let her know if the rumors were false or true. To be honest, she could really care less. Things between them were going good and she wasn't wanting to screw that up by bringing up Sydney.

Anissa pulled her phone out and sent a text to Adeline.

To Adeline
You better not miss the first day of school Ade. :P

Anissa wasn't all that happy about school starting back up, but she figured she had no choice but to go or her parents were going to be highly upset at her. That was one door the brunette was never going to open again. Last time she skipped school, the wrath of her parents scared her to death.

On her way to Constance she stopped at the small cafe and bought herself a blueberry muffin and a latte before finally making it to Constance just a few feet down from the cafe. Upon arriving, she made her way through campus towards the steps and took a seat. There was still a few minutes before classes started and she wasn't ready to step foot into the building right now, so taking a breather before doing so was a good idea in her opinion. Besides, it would give her a chance to keep her eyes out for any of her friends she hadn't seen very much over the summer, if at all.

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Today, being back in New York almost made the Illinois treatment center, that Adeline had spent her summer in, look good. She had been home for three days now, and though that allowed her two days of "real summer" and one day of orientation, to try and at least have a little bit of summer fun, Adeline rejected it all. She, instead, opted to spend all three of those days at home. It was a move that was unusual to her character, in the sense that normally, Adeline was a social butterfly. After being deprived of contact from her friends for two months, one would reason that the first thing that she would have done, would have been showing up at Sydney or Lani's doorstep, ready to catch up. When she got back to New York, however, she was just exhausted. She was exhausted in the physical sense, at least for the first day, since the transition of leaving the facility and flying home was enough to do that to her.

She was even more exhausted mentally, though. Although Adeline had become acquainted with her now-stepmother and now-stepsister months ago, when her father had only been engaged to Cassidy's mother, they had went from engaged, to married and living together, in that two month span of Adeline being gone. She wasn't bitter over missing the wedding because she was still capable of being bratty and vocal about how she was sure the marriage would end in divorce in a year, at most, but she was now unwilling to adjust to having two more people living with her. When it was just her and her father, it was a lot easier to get away with things. Her father was caught up in his work, and a lot got past him, if only because he was often so busy. Now, Adeline had to deal with Cassidy's mother constantly giving her input, or trying to reach out to her, and she hated it. Her distaste for Cassidy was a whole different story in itself, too. On top of all of that, and what might have been eating away at Adeline the most, was that Adeline now had to adjust to life outside of her residential treatment center. Two months living there didn't equate to a lifetime, and it wasn't like her New York townhouse no longer felt like home, but she had grown accustomed to life at the center, too. It was hard to say that the center had cured her of her eating disorder, but she had truly done well there, and it was daunting now, coming home and leaving that safe space behind, and still being expected to maintain her new, healthy habits. Coming back to New York felt like she was being tossed into a lion's den, to an extent, and what made it worse, was that she still didn't want to discuss where she went, or why she went there, with her friends.

It wasn't that Adeline didn't trust them, or thought that they wouldn't be sympathetic or understanding. It was just that she didn't want to speak about it. It was different in treatment, when she would admit to licensed doctors that she knew she was sick, and needed help. She could acknowledge and embrace the illness there, but at home... it was harder. She liked to believe that it wasn't a problem, because at home, away from inpatient treatment, she didn't want to get better. It was so much easier to fall back into her old habits and embrace her illness in the negative way, and if her friends knew about it all, it would just be that much more complicated.

She had a good reason to miss Orientation the day before, and that was a doctor's appointment, but she knew that missing that, on top of continuing to ignore her social media accounts and text messages wasn't something that Sydney and Lani were going to let her get away with. So, she wasn't all that surprised when they showed up at her house on Wednesday, and ending up staying the night. Adeline would have missed the first day of school, if it had been possible, only because she didn't want to face real responsibilities, but she knew that her father wouldn't have allowed her to get away with that, and the two girls being there that morning made it absolutely possible. Being fully aware that she had to go to school, however, didn't change the fact that Adeline remained in bed even after her alarm had sounded. Despite getting a decent amount of sleep, her entire body felt heavy, with her eyelids topping the list, there. It was nearly impossible for her to keep them open, and only after forcing herself to scroll through her social media accounts for fifteen minutes, did she finally feel somewhat awake. Before even thinking about her guests, who were actually more like family at this point, Adeline sent out a single text message, to Avan. This feeling of lethargy only reminded her of how good the Adderall he used to supply her with made her feel. She had started it originally, to help suppress her appetite and lose weight, but the way that it made her feel awake every morning, on top of suppressing that breakfast-appetite, only made it more appealing. Although she had vowed, in treatment, that she wouldn't use anything that would compromise her progress or ability to gain healthy weight, she didn't even have a second thought on the matter when she sent her text to Avan.

To: Avan
Hey, I'm back. Can you get me some Adderall some time today?

She rolled back over once the text was sent, leaving her phone still attached to its charger on her night stand as she stared back up at her cieling. She had only a few more minutes of physical peace, since mentally, she was scolding herself for not starting to get ready yet, before Lani began to knock on her door. The knock didn't startle her too badly, but only because she knew that her father and stepmother would be gone for work by now anyway, so she expected it to be one of her friends. She didn't take Lani's threat idly, but even that only barely got her out of bed, after responding with a tired, "I'm up! I'm up!" Having set uniforms for school meant that it was difficult to use "finding an outfit" as an excuse for running late, but Adeline liked to use it anyway. It was easier than admitting that she had remained in bed far too long, and even easier than admitting that she was going to continue to take her time, so that she would purposely miss breakfast. "I have to figure out where Cassidy left my new uniforms, so you guys can leave without me. I'll meet you in the courtyard, or something!" Adeline said, speaking loudly enough that she was sure her voice would be heard through the closed door. The pile of new uniform clothes that Cassidy had picked up for her at Orientation yesterday sat neatly on the floor in the corner of her room, in plain sight from where she stood, but she would purposely neglect that for now. She turned to her desk instead, grabbing her phone from her nightstand on the way, and seeing a text from Anissa. As she sorted through her makeup, trying to figure out what she needed for the minimal, natural look she wanted to sport today, she responded to her, and sent a text to Nova, as well.

To: Anissa
Yeah, I'll be there!

To: Nova
You should find me, Syd and Lani during lunch!

It had taken a moment of thought as to whether she really wanted to answer Anissa or not, and that in itself felt strange. She and Anissa had been friends for a while, but only days ago, Adeline had witnessed something that had forced her to second guess their friendship in its entirety. That probably sounds dramatic, and maybe dramatic is the perfect word for it, but seeing Anissa kissing Liam Koch at the airport, as she got off the plane that had taken her back to New York from Illinois, had left Adeline feeling far more rattled than she needed to be feeling. That spectacle had led to Adeline texting Liam, which in turn, led to him breaking up with Sydney, which was something that Adeline still hadn't had the time or energy to actually process yet. However, she hadn't contacted Anissa about any of it yet, because it just felt too strange. Oddly enough, for once, Adeline was okay with putting drama at the bottom of her priority list, in this situation.

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Mood: Contemplative Outfit Location: Adeline Arnault's Home



Of course, when Lani didn't want to see someone, that was when every other deity in existence decided that she obviously was asking for those people. Those people, in particular, being Cassidy Knox. Lani, thankfully, already had her forehead leaning against the door, partly in frustration due to Adeline's asinine excuse as to why she wasn't coming. Even if Lani believed for a second that Addy didn't know where her uniforms were, it wasn't like there weren't a bunch of items in Adeline's closet that, if put together, couldn't comprise of the girl's mock outfit for the day. It wasn't like they didn't get away with doing what they will with their uniform any other day of the week. Adeline was just making an excuse. of course, Lani didn't need Cassidy to point that out.

Or be near her.

Yeah, she could have done without the last thing.

It never failed, though, for Lani to have to come to terms with - yet again - that her attraction to Cassidy. Perhaps the person she had become was still a concept Lani had to learn to adapt to - she was one who did not like change, after all - or the fact that they were far more distant than four years ago, but the point was that her visceral attraction to the brunette in question had not abated. It wasn't like anyone - Sydney probably would, and maybe Addy - could actually blame her because Cassidy Knox may have become a bit of a bitch, but she was a pretty bitch. And she knew it. So, when Lani finally allowed herself to meet the
girl's taunting gaze, Cassidy's tongue had swiped over her full lower lip and Lani was transported back to four years ago when she was the one doing that. Her pulse quickened and Lani felt like a twelve year old with how much she felt like her skin was heating. Luckily, the only thing her face gave away was an unimpressed glance and tight press of her own lips. Attractive or not, Cassidy was not about to make Lani any more frustrated on the first day of school than her internal musings from earlier already made her and luckily, the girl had moved on with countering Adeline's statement and making a suggestive statement about Addy that made Lani grit her teeth.

And no, she was not going to acknowledge that minuscule spark of irrational jealousy. Nope, not in the slightest.

"Syd," she greeted, a bit more breathlessly relieved than she had any business to be. It hadn't even occured to Lani that she had not responded to Cassidy at all until her blonde friend had arrived and that just didn't do. all Lani had done was hum noncommittally and willed her pulse to get its shit together. That might have been the competitive I-can-give-as-good-as-I-get side of her speaking a bit more, but she also wasn't typically that responsive towards Cassidy. She was good at brushing her and anyone, really, off when she wanted to. At the same time, she also wasn't one to for silence as her only rebuttal. While Sydney helped herself into Adeline's bedroom, Lani glanced back at Cassidy as she was walking away only to call to the brunette, even while a voice in her head said to leave it alone. But Lani never said she wasn't stubborn, after all. "Oh, and Knox? If you want someone to get a little hot and heavy for you, sweetie, all you've gotta do is ask." Because you'd jump right on that, her traitorous brain taunted her unnecessarily and Lani only raised an eyebrow and smirked at Cassidy, as if daring her to say something else, before she was summoned in the room by Sydney's frustrated plea. Which was great because she sincerely did not have anything in her system to be an actual combatant against Cassidy this early in the morning. So, without sparing the brunette another glance, Lani was entering Adeline's bedroom and closing the door behind her, and not at all feeling like a coward.

As soon as Lani allowed herself to focus, her eyes fell immediately onto the folded clothes in the corner that looked a little similar to Adeline's uniform. Addy," she grumbled with barely a hint of real frustration, but she tossed the insufferable brunette an unimpressed glare as she stormed into the direction of the clothes. With them in hand, she arrived back by Adeline's bed and dumped them there in their still folded glory, placing her hands on her hips. "Shower, and then clothes, and then come downstairs for this breakfast that I did not wake up early to make for you." Lani plopped herself down on Adeline's bed, raising a daring eyebrow at the brunette. "Not leaving until you get moving, babe. Chop chop!"



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Mood: Sneaky ☸ Outfit ☸ Location: Constance Billard's Front Steps



If there was one thing Liam hated having to deal with first thing in the morning, it was his father's deep baritone referring to him as "William" in that disapproving tone that set his pulse racing far faster than any quick morning work out could ever accomplish. It was frustrating. It was painful and Liam Koch didn't do painful, not for himself anyway. David was apparently disappointed - and if there was one word in his father's dictionary that Liam hated the most, it was definitely that one - that Liam hadn't spent the entire summer conditioning, but hiding away in California. Particularly, with Anissa, but that wasn't something Liam had exactly been upfront about. He had told his parents they didn't need to worry about him this summer, that he was actually going to behave for the duration of the break. Which he did. But somehow, he had managed to disappoint his father - nothing new - and had even been referred to as William. It had been enough to make Liam snatch on the first collection of clothes he could find, his messenger bag and wallet, and then jet off before his father could offer to allow him to ride with him to school. He did not need that this early in the semester, no fucking thank you.

Liam didn't receive Hunter's text until he was already at the front of the line at the Starbucks closest to Constance Billard's entrance, ordering his bacon and Gouda sandwich and iced caramel machiatto. Chuckling to himself, he pulled out his phone before giving the cashier his credit card, typing out a quick response to Hunter.

To: Hunter
Already at Starbucks, dude. Want me 2 grab u sumthing?

As Liam waited for his order, he noticed a few of the guys from the soccer team and they all waited at the counter, joking about the upcoming season. Liam was the only one, despite being captain, to miss the two-week conditioning session that had demanded that all of the boys return to New York. It was always threatened that any current member would no longer be a member if they missed conditioning. Liam didn't fall into the category of any regular player on the team. He was captain and there was no argument that he was the best player on the team. Sure, there might be some diamonds in the rough - there always would be, after all - but he was too valuable of a player to kick off out of pride. Besides, the most coach would do, as he had told the boys, would be make him run an extra five miles instead of being on the field in the first practice scrimmage. Which didn't hurt Liam. It just made him hungry, which was an excuse for bomb ass food after school, and kept him fit. After a laugh about that Parata kid who honestly flitted behind Ellison like a lovestruck idiot, Liam's order was called and the boys headed out, kicking the ball Davie faithfully carried as they walked on the sidewalk. Liam bounced the ball on the top of his head in another of the boys' directions when his eyes fell on a familiar brunette on Constance's steps. It was daring, he knew, to do anything that would put attention on himself and Anissa. Especially since Sydney could show up at any point - and he really did need to learn to not think of Sydney Persson without that underlying guilt or any feeling really - but Liam had already thought it through. It was bound to get out fully that he and Sydney were over. There was no point in pretending and if she happened to get hurt by hearing about him and Anissa together at her own school, then that was a personal problem, right?

With a small wave in the others' direction, Liam hurried so that he could remain behind Anissa and wrapped an arm around her waist, kissing the side of her head. "Morning," he greeted with a bright grin, releasing her so that they could face each other. "Fancy seeing you here this early. Sleep okay?"

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Anissa sat there in silence just scrolling through the social media on her phone as she ate her breakfast on the steps. Just minutes after sending Adeline a text, the female responded. She smiled down at her phone and decided not to respond. After all, she would be able to catch up with her after they saw each other. So much has happened over the summer, of course most of it she would keep to herself because she wasn't about to confess her relations with Liam to Sydney's best friend.

Just as she swallowed a sip from her coffee, she felt hands wrap around her waist, causing her to jump a bit and smiled when she realized who it was. "Morning," Liam greeted with a kiss upon her cheek. "Fancy seeing you here this early. Sleep okay?" Anissa laughed a bit and rolled her eyes playfully, "Yeah, I suppose I slept well," she responded before going silent for a brief moment. Anissa stood to her feet and closed in a bit of the space between them before letting out a whisper that only Liam would be able to hear. "Aren't you worried Sydney might see us like this?

Although she kind of hoped Sydney would see them so that Anissa could have Liam as officially her's, she wasn't all that interested in the drama and very difficult situations headed her way. Now, Anissa wouldn't have been thinking about it if she heard about the break up between the two of them, but currently she was clueless on the matter. "Now don't get me wrong, I'm enjoying that you're here. I'm just worried about the drama that could soon follow," the brunette admitted truthfully. Although she was a bit fearful for herself, she was more worried about Sydney's wrath towards Liam if she ever found out about the two of them. Things could definitely turn out pretty horribly if this situation wasn't taken care of gently.



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LJ hopped out of bed later than usual without a care in the world. Usually he was up and already at school, looking around for Kateri. Once he finished his morning routine, he pulled his clothing on, reached for his wallet and darted out the door, giving his morning greetings to his parents as they stood in the kitchen discussing their plans for the day. LJ stepped out onto the sidewalk and immediately began heading down the sidewalk towards Kateri's house. He wanted to make sure she was doing alright and is up for school. Any time her father isn't around he always tries his best to be there for Kat. Besides, someone has to be, why not him?

It didn't take him very long to arrive at the Eshkan residence because she only lived a couple blocks away. Once he did he stepped up to the door, knocked, and let himself in as he called out to her. "Kat, It's LJ," he stated as he closed the door behind him and stepped into the kitchen and reached for a bottled water from the refrigerator. LJ then proceeded to follow the hallways towards the female's room. He noticed the door was closed, so he decided it would be a good idea to knock because he wasn't sure if she was dressed or not. "Are you decent?" he called from behind the bedroom door.

Although, just like any other guy in the world he wouldn't mind seeing her naked, he just wasn't that kind of guy. He respected women and never once purposely did anything to hurt them or make them feel uncomfortable. If he ever did, he wouldn't be able to live with himself. So instead he tries to keep in mind that he doesn't want to turn out to be like his uncle. His uncle has always been known as a player, he doesn't care about the feelings of the women he sleeps with and treats like their dirt, and overall, he's just a bad guy. Liam was different, he wasn't going to turn out like that.

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Nova was up bright and early, pouring over a seemingly never-ending pile of plays. Sure, school was just back in session but would that stop her from picking out the fall musical early? Definitely not. Chewing thoughtfully on the end of her pen, Nova fiddles with a lock of golden hair as she sighs. She'd managed to narrow it down to The Wizards Of Oz and Chicago. They were both easily favourites of hers, and Nova hoped to be playing the lead in whichever one the drama teacher picked out. She could see it now, either dressed in pigtails and a cheesecloth dress singing down the yellow brick road, or playing Roxie Hart in Chicago - No, Velma Kelly. Nova still couldn't decide.

Glancing at her clock Nova realised that if she didn't get a move on, she'd be late for her first day of school. "Damn it," She huffs, jumping up from her seat and proceeding to knock into her desk in doing so, causing a cascade of paper to fall onto her bedroom floor, "What's wrong with me today?" Nova grimaces, rubbing her thigh where it was hit and stepping over the plays. She'd deal with them later, right now she had to get ready. Nova hadn't realised how absorbed into her research she'd become and had completely lost track of time.

Luckily, Nova had already preplanned her outfit for today - it is the most important day of term, Nova knew she had to look her best - and was able to just throw it on. Brushing through her blonde locks, Nova's phone beeps with an incoming text and she picks it up to see a message from Adeline.

To: Adeline
Glad to see you're back :-) I'll definitely come find you girls at lunch.


With her phone still in her hand, Nova decides to send off a couple texts of her own,

To: Ness
Still can't decide which play I wanna submit for the fall musical, help me decide at school?

To: Anissa
You at school yet? Let's catch up at lunch :-)


Placing her phone into her school bag, Nova gives herself one last look over in the mirror deciding on a last minute pop of red for her lips and walks out of her bedroom. Making her way into the kitchen, Nova is annoyed to see her stepfather already up and awake sitting at the breakfast bar. She was going to grab breakfast before school, but Nova really couldn't face Vincent so early in the morning and attempts to sneak past him. Nova has almost reached to door when she hears her stepfather laugh, "Morning Nova." She frowns, he hadn't even turned around how did he know it was her. "Yeah, morning Vincent - look I really gotta run, can't be late for my first day after all!" Nova lies, she definitely had time for a quick meal but there was no way she was about to endure breakfast with Vincent sitting in awkward silence. "Sit down, your mother wouldn't want you going out without breakfast." Vincent commands, while Nova rolls her eyes at his turned back. Yeah right, She thinks to herself, I'm sure Rose would be happier to see me starve. Not even Nova's stepfather knew that she wasn't really Rose's child. "I'll just take a muffin to go, I'd love to sit and chit chat but I really can't," She says as she hurriedly makes her way to the door, cutting Vincent off as he's about to speak again "Ok bye, wish me luck." And with a slam of their front door, Nova breathes a sigh of relief. She's free.

Walking down the steps that lead to their apartment, Nova embraces the crisp morning air and starts heading to school. She would take a car like all of her rich peers but she lived so close to the school, Nova thought driving was just a little excessive, and this way she could stop off at her favourite coffee shop and grab her morning latte. After staying up late planning her outfit for today and then waking up early to look over plays, Nova definitely needed something to keep her awake. A latte would do but Nova knew she'd need some more of her usual from Avan if she was to get through this semester.

As she heads into the coffee shop, Nova's phone bleeps again, and if by fate, it's Avan asking her if she wanted a hookup. Glancing up from her phone to make sure no one she knows is around, Nova quickly responds to Avan as she begins to queue for her drink.

To: Avan
I think I can handle it, how'd 15 sound? This is gonna be a long semester.


The adderall was fairly expensive but Nova would let Rose take the hit. She needed Nova for her grandfather's inheritance, and anyway, she doubted Rose would notice a couple hundred missing. The woman had more money than sense - all thanks to her rich husband. Nova figured she'd stock up now instead of having to keep going back to Avan, she didn't want to start looking suspicious after all. Hearing her name being called took Nova out of her little thought bubble and back into the real world, thanking the barista and grabbing her drink, Nova heads to school now, noticing the sudden influx in teens as she nears the building, pulling up in all manner of expensive cars, driven by hired help. This world still felt unreal to her, despite having lived within it for years, Nova couldn't help but think back to her childhood - Something she often tried to forget. This was a whole other world, and Nova loved it.

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Mood: Indulgent Outfit Location: Adeline Arnault's Home



If it wasn't for the pleading look Adeline sent particularly her way, Lani would have found it in her to glare at Sydney before the blonde slipped out of the room, leaving her to assist with making sure Adeline didn't try to ditch them to be late for school. Though, a second later, this wasn't a difficult task for her. As much as she liked to call it just being responsible and being a supportive friend, Lani was a mother hen and her most prolific mother-henning occurred whenever Adeline was involved. Besides, when it came to her and Sydney's favorite brunette, Lani...well, Lani caved. Especially when Addy gave that little puppy dog look. It was sad and Lani was pathetic for falling for it, but unless she was hard-pressed to get something or somewhere, or genuinely wasn't in the mood - that look usually worked on her far better than Sydney. But I'm the one that scares people, she couldn't help but think when she was reminded, every single time, how well those who were close to Lani had her wrapped around their fingers.

It probably helped, too, that she was the one helping Adeline instead of Sydney. Both Sydney and Adeline were only children and sometimes, as much as she loved both girls, it showed. Sydney's impatience for anyone who didn't adhere to her schedule and Adeline's reluctance to acquiesce to any demand that wasn't an authority she considered viable and noteworthy created a very colorful, for lack of better terms, environment. Adeline was usually compliant to Sydney, but there were moments where her only child syndrome shone brightly. And then Sydney's would emerge and it was a hassle. Lani, despite occasionally feeling displaced due to the length of time the other two girls had known one another, served as an equilibrium of sorts. She was used to having to be patient. Sure, she dished out as much tough love as her kui fefine - her brothers could attest to that, after all, with being woken up by ice water when they were later than late for school. But, she had also learned to balance her own needs with someone else's, a bit of a training from Kuini Amasio. So, whenever Adeline got into one of her moods or seemed as if she wasn't automatically going to follow Sydney's demands (which was always going to cause her strife, Lani didn't know why Addy forgot this little fact every single time), Lani stepped in, just like the big little sister she had always been. Somehow, that made their group work. So, despite putting on a long-suffering grin with the tiniest hint of narrowing her eyes, Lani trudged to her feet in search of one of Adeline's bags. Considering the fact that the girl never wore anything that wasn't designer, Lani wasn't surprised to see that the only bag she had out, the one leaning against her desk, was a black Proenza.

"What, no Hermes today?" Lani couldn't help but tease, tossing a smirk over her shoulder at Adeline before focusing on getting her things together. She knew the brunette took French and, from what she remembered, they shared the same chemistry class and home room. So, Lani put those text books in the bag along with three notebooks and pens that had been laid out for the day. "What other classes do you have this year? Anything else I should be putting in here?"



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Mood: Sneaky ☸ Outfit ☸ Location: Constance Billard's Front Steps



Anissa relaxed instantly in his hold once she realized it was him and it made Liam smirk, unconsciously. It should have made him feel guilty, him feeling infinitely more powerful knowing that he had her right where he wanted her, but it was too early for guilt and trivial things like sentimental bullshit. Not that Liam liked sparing such time in the first place, but still. He shouldn't really have to feel bad. For now, Anissa was getting what she wanted from this thing and Liam was assured that the paparazzi and what-not would be getting glimpses of two powerful families definitely getting along. It helped that, in his own way, Liam liked Anissa. She was definitely attractive; what they had wouldn't work if Liam wasn't even remotely attracted to her. He would have had to disappoint David again and as much as he was loathe to do that, he would. Soon, she was turning in his arms to face him and Liam softened his face, a small quirk at the corner of his mouth resembling a smile.

While Anissa was rightfully - and smartly - scared of the oncoming drama, especially considering the fact that if any of Sydney's minions were present, they could easily give her a heads-up, Liam was ecstatic. Perhaps that said something about him psychologically, which a few of his classmates would jump at the opportunity to attest to, but the simple fact of the matter was that he enjoyed drama. He could act as chilled and as fun as the next teenage boy, but he was also one that had grown up in the middle of the Upper East Side's sordid, scandalous and drama-filled hellhole. There was no way he couldn't derive pleasure from a bit of tension, especially when knowing that he was getting under someone's skin. Specifically, when that person happened to be considered queen bee. There was that other part of him, sure, that felt like he needed to slow down, be as cautious and sensitive as Anissa. But it was for an entirely different reason than her, a reason he didn't really want to acknowledge. So, instead of facing that music, Liam made his smile more reassuring and rubbed his free hand up and down Anissa's back for comfort. "Hey," he murmured softly, hand going up one more time so that he could graze Anissa's hair, tucking a few strands behind an ear before cradling the side of her head gently. "I can't...I can't lie to you and say that things won't get...maybe a bit messy. It's Sydney Persson, you know how she can be. She'll cause a shit storm if someone accidentally breathes in her Chanel No. 9 wrong. What I will say is that I promise you that there is nothing I won't protect you from. You've been so great to me and so fucking supportive. I wouldn't leave you to the wolves like that. And if Syd has a problem, she know who she can turn to."

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Anissa knew Liam was right. No matter how hard she tried to stay out of Sydney's bad side, things were going to eventually tumble in that direction no matter how long she tried to hide the fact that she had this thing with Liam. The brunette smiled a bit and nodded her head at his words as he comforted her. He was always good at making her feel better about anything, always placed a smile on her face. That was one thing she always liked about him. Even though he tended to show off more of a tough exterior, she knew he had a heart.

"You're right. I should probably just calm down. If Sydney is going to find out, she will no matter how careful we try to be. So why sweat it, right?" the female responded before placing a small kiss upon his cheek before reaching for her phone from her purse, finding that she received a text from Nova. She read the words and got to work responding.

To Nova
Alright, I'll catch up with you then. c:

Anissa sent the message and returned her attention back to Liam. "So did your parents ever find out about what you were really doing over the break?" she questioned, hoping that they hadn't. Of course she knew that once her parents opened their mouths, things would immediately be known and thrown out of proportion. But even though they didn't leave any room for anything to be made bigger than it seemed, Anissa wasn't ready for their parents to use them as a story for the media again. That's all they ever seemed to do. Whether they were friends or some sort of hook up, if they found out anything about their situation, it would be plastered all over the place for the entire world to see.



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LJ smiled a bit when he heard the voice on the opposite side of the door and glanced over at her in her pajamas when she opened the door. Of course he had a feeling he would most likely have to wait on her to get dressed. Kat always did seem to have her own way of doing things and LJ never seemed to have any objections to it. He loved her free spirit, it made her more interesting than any of the other girls he has ever met in his life. Most of them always seem to care about what everyone thought about them, how they looked, etc. Kat was different. He liked different. He liked her.

LJ leaned against the wall in the hallway as he began to wait on Kat to get dressed and ready to go. Surprisingly it didn't take as long as he thought it was. She was opening the door about fifteen minutes later, asking him how she looked. This caused the male to look the female up and down and gave a huge grin. "You look great, Kat," he responded telling the truth. "And we won't be late if we leave now. We'll get to school just a couple minutes before it starts," he added.

LJ offered his arm, allowing her to wrap her's around it just as they always seem to do when they walk around town together. It was just some habit they gained throughout the years of their close friendship. "So, are you ready for senior year?" he questioned as he began walking towards the brother and sister schools. If one thing was for sure, he was ready for the year just because it was the last, but he was definitely not ready for all the drama that was going to be surfing through the halls this year.

Every year the drama always seemed to get worse and worse the longer everyone began to get to know each other. Rumors, ugly truths, they all were going to surface this year, he just knew it. LJ just hoped he would be able to stay away from it or at least most of it. Even though he found entertainment of watching all of the drama unfold before his eyes, he wasn't all that interested in becoming apart of it. It just wasn't who he was.

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Mood: Understanding {Begrudgingly} Outfit Location: Adeline Arnault's Home



Sydney's declaration of what her day was going to entail didn't exactly throw Lani off, not as much as it could have. She had been friends with Sydney for too long to not understand how she worked in a way. Lani would never call herself some master at reading people and the ways they worked, but she was proficient in analyzing patterns. Sydney wasn't bound to expressing her actual feelings - the hurt she must have been feeling because Lani refused to believe that the blonde felt nothing - especially when she had planned on having a good last first day. It would be a surprise if she had truly expressed herself and in all honesty, if Sydney had burst into tears or been in an angry fault, there probably would have been nothing stopping Lani from socking Liam a new one. She didn't presume that she would win the fight completely against him; he wasn't considered one of the best jocks at St. Jude's School for Boys for nothing. But still, anything more than what her friend offered would have probably turned the situation into immediate violence, This? This was calm and collected, and this meant time to actually think things through. Such as her feelings as they pertained to Anissa.

It didn't help that Adeline added just a bit more to the story or even that Sydney threatened to end their friendship entirely if either of the girls so much as spoke to either Liam or Anissa. The threat made Lani silently raise an eyebrow; any threat Sydney issued to Lani had her hackles rising in challenge and it was always an internal war with the ruffian inside of her that hated being challenged. Her friend - best friend, even - had a right to not want them talking to either of the people who had hurt her. The former was definitely not even an option since Lani didn't even like Liam, to begin with. What typically happened was that Liam came to make contact with Lani and Lani would fight the compulsion to smack the arrogant glib out of his mouth before he could utter it. No type of hardship in not speaking to him there. Rather he didn't breathe in my fucking direction, she thought coldly, fork still digging into the Eggs Benedict that she felt horrible for not wanting to eat anymore, but it also wasn't the first time she had not finished a meal because of a tense situation. Anissa, on the other hand, was a different situation. Lani and she got along. They weren't the best of friends, which was why Lani couldn't feel too sympathetic for the girl who dared to incur Sydney Persson's wrath - especially because Anissa is smarter than involving herself in this kind of drama. Or, at least Lani thought she was. Now, though, it wasn't that not talking to her would be difficult. She could go a day without talking to certain people, even if they were considered friends. It was Lani's judgement of her. How in the hell could she go on respecting someone who...well, did this? Regardless of the reasoning, Anissa deserved to get caught in the cutting web that would be Sydney Persson's verbal assault the second Sydney decided - if she was going to be that direct with this kind of attack against her person - to deal her with. Anissa didn't owe Sydney any type of loyalty, but she couldn't walk away unscathed. If Lani was in Sydney's position, Anissa probably wouldn't be able to walk away, in all honesty. But Lani wasn't Sydney, which was the point. What was it supposed to mean for their relationship - if it still existed - if Lani didn't actually find it in her to care enough that Anissa was probably not going to have a good senior year with this on social record?

"Actually, I'm done here," Lani announced, appetite absolutely diminished. It would return later, some time after her second class and she would have to find something at school. Her stomach didn't do too well with not receiving a complete meal, not when she kept active for the upcoming soccer season. "I'm just gonna grab my stuff and then I'll be ready to go." If Lani was smart, she would have acknowledged that Adeline had not even really allowed a lick of her food to touch her palate. But given the tense circumstances, it was hard to really take in every single little detail. She gathered her plates and polished off both the final vestiges of her mimosa and a bit of her water, before carefully carrying everything into the kitchen. Reluctantly, and she could hear her kui fefine being extremely disappointed in her actions, she threw her remaining food away and then slid the dishes into the sink. She would make it up, some way, to Lauren on another day. Offering a soft look Sydney's way, Lani head over into the formal living room where she had left her Marc Jacobs backpack and planner, the latter which lay on one of the couches atop her black three-quarter length sleeve blazer. Lani wasn't stupid enough to believe that she wouldn't get cold at some point in the day; Constance liked to freeze students up until the first sign of cold air outside before turning the heat all the way up until April. Lani rifled through her bag for a moment, just checking to make sure she had everything. And to stall while she thought about how she was going to handle Anissa. And not winding up in an office for punching Liam Koch like she had been fantasizing about ever since Adeline spilled the beans.



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Mood: Indifferent ☸ Outfit ☸ Location: Constance Billard's Front Steps



"Of course, I'm right. I'm always right." Liam exclaimed with a grin, appearing casual and jesting but meaning it. Or at least, that he meant to convey what he wanted Anissa to accept as truth. Of course, because of their parents' deal, he wouldn't just leave the girl to the wolves. Even if it would be just a bit hilarious because he knew Sydney could be savage as fuck. Not to mention, if Lani got wind of the situation like she was bound to due to her loyalty to the queen bee, it was bound to be nothing but hungry wolves after the brunette. And Anissa, for all the strength she did have just rankling beneath the surface of her occasionally softer-spoken disposition, she was prey to them. Liam couldn't exactly leave her to her own devices; regardless of the legitimacy or illegitimacy of their relationship, his Dad would probably murder him for leaving a supposed ally alone like that. And, despite his wanting to convey a bit of detachment to her person, he liked her to some point, cared even. He could be as cold as he wanted and mean it, but he wasn't particularly emotionless and without an ounce of empathy. There was a drop in there, somewhere.
However, it was probably hard to tell that softer side existed when Liam's face morphed into a blank slate the second Anissa mentioned his parents. It was an instinctual reaction, knee-jerk depending upon the person who made the inquiry. It was harmless questioning, but Liam hated being asked anything about his parents, particularly his father. Particularly as it pertained to anything that would disappoint the older man - much like his disappearing to the West Coast the second that he could. Which was immediately. "You know how it is. Blah blah blah, responsibility, blah blah blah incompetent," he regaled her nonchalantly with a casual wave of his hand and a small smirk forming. The "incompetent" part wasn't exactly a lie; David did say something along those lines, but Liam wasn't delving into that. "The real thing that you," he made a point, considering that Liam knew others were watching as they made their way to the school, of tapping her on the nose gently at the "you", "are coming to Hunter's party tomorrow night. Ya know, livin' a little, just like we agreed. I already told you, babe, no take backs on that."

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Anissa felt bad for asking about his parents, even more so about his father because she knew how he felt about them being brought up into conversation. But when things involved her, she couldn't help herself not to ask. Anissa knew once both of their parents found out about their so-called rendezvous this past summer, things were going to get stirred up. False truths were going to be made up, drama was going to kick up, and lies were going to surface. This was definitely not going to be a good year. Anissa knew that, especially once word gets around to Sydney. Sure Anissa has survived being bullied in the past, but she had never gone up against Sydney. The brunette had a war, which she most likely was going to lose. But she wasn't going to go down without a fight. What a way to kick off senior year, she thought to herself just before she was cut off from her thoughts by Liam.

The brunette smiled when he poked her nose, but that still didn't make it easier to hear his words. "Oh, of course. The party. I almost forgot about that," she admitted. Honestly she hoped that Liam would even forget that she had agreed to go to it. But of course he would always prove her wrong. She sighed and rolled her eyes playfully, "Yes, I'll be there. I promised you didn't I?" she responded. This was definitely going to be some party. Once Sydney finds me, that's it, she thought before taking a sip from her cappuccino. She glanced around at all the faces staring at the two of them before letting out another sigh and returning her attention back over to Liam, once again mentioning Hunter's party.

"If I end up feeling uncomfortable for any reason I'm going to leave the party. Just letting you know beforehand. Whether you want to stay or go with me, that's up to you." she explained as she propped her left hand upon her hip.

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Anissa made her way to her classes throughout the duration of the day. Each and every class becoming more and more boring. In her second class of the day she felt herself beginning to fall asleep during the lecture. A couple times she was woken up by the teacher, himself and later laughed at by her peers. But she could honestly care less about the situation. Finally she was relieved from the class when the bell rang, signaling that it was time for lunch. She stood to her feet and headed into the busy halls where all the other girls of Constance began chattering and forming huge crowds in the middle of the hallways.

The brunette sighed as she pushed through the crowds, causing a few of the other girls to yell at her for pushing past them but what else would she be expected to do if they were in her way and they wouldn't move. She just continued through the halls without a word to any of them until she reached the cafeteria. Anissa pulled out her phone to text Cassidy.

To Cassidy
"Hey girl! Where you at?"

Anissa hoped that Cassidy would be going to Hunter's party though. She knew that Adeline was going to show up and most likely would end up being right there at Sydney's side. But as of right now, she was in no mood or position to be anywhere around Satan in heels. It would be best if she were to stay as far away from the blonde as possible. Word was going to get around the school and town even and she wasn't sure if she would be able to handle whatever revenge Sydney had up her sleeve.