[cat·fish] verb/ˈkatˌfiSH/ *informal*

• lure (someone) into a relationship by means of a fictional online persona

• a catfish is someone who pretends to be someone they're not using a social media site to create false identities, particularly to pursue deceptive online romances

[de·cep·tive] adjective/dəˈseptiv/

• giving an appearance or impression different from the true one; misleading.

When Aria makes a fake profile online, she meets a boy named Bizzle. Aria and Bizzle begins to talk on and off and develop a friendship, but that doesn't stop Aria from living her already difficult personal life. Prepare yourself for secrets and lies that will make or break Aria, and her entire reputation.

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Copyright © 2015 by biebuhfy


1. Prologue » Catfish

"I want everyone to try their best to have the best summer break, enjoy your youth, but stay out of trouble," Mrs. Roberts announces as she sits behind her desk with a gentle smile painted on her face. More sincere than any smile I've seen creep upon her lips. It was finally the last day of my junior year in high school. To say the least, I was ready to get out of this hell hole. 

They tell you that high school is going to be the best years of your life. People are more mature and they stop judging you about every detail about you that isn't perfect. My question, why would they lie? Why would they excite you for something that may or may not end up being the worst part of your life?

High school is just as bad as middle school or even elementary. You have the people who've matured and thinks they're too good for any and everybody else. You have the ones who've said they've matured, but when you look at them, all you see is the same childish person as before. Last but not least, you have the ones that completely stayed the same. The ones who think high school will last forever and no matter how horribly you treat someone, as long as people laugh along, you're good. 

So why? Why didn't anyone worn me? Worn me about the heartache, the hardship, the torment of being a girl in high school? I guess they all thought that I would be okay, and I guess that was the case before I had dug myself in a hole that I'd never be able to get out of. That was my mistake, and whether or not I liked it, it was now my reality.

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