1. Character Bios
Trevelyan Johnson, or Trey, has loved nature and music for as long as she could remember. Trey is one out of five other children, and hates to be bothered when she's completely focused on the thing's in front of her. To her brothers, she's known as Nobody, seeing as she locks herself away for hours. Trevelyn Johnson has always been open to the people she trusts. How will one person change her life?
(Written by Moronica)
Rosemary Alana Jackson (a.k.a. Alana) is a rebel. She doesn't care what anybody says, and does whatever she likes, whenever she likes. She's is a pessimist. She's obsessed with fashion, and, even though she's not the oldest in the group, she definitely seems like it. She's rather loud, and can't seem to hold still for very long. Despite all of this, though, she's very understanding and sympathetic, although she's always blunt. She doesn't really see anybody as more than friends or family, but will someone open her mind and her heart?
(Written by The Yeti)
Jaiden May, who also goes by Jay, is only child, who lived on the wrong side of town until her mother remarried when she was in middle school, moving them into a better life. Even though she moved, that didn't keep her from Aaron, her best friend. Last year he died. Now all she has left is his skateboard, this dance group and her friends; they're the only things that keeps her going. Jaiden loves everything and anything that has to do dance, from watching the Step Up movies to dancing the night away. Jay enjoys pop music, spicy food and watermelon bubble gum. She doesn't talking feelings, she hides behind them- until she meets the guys of 5 Seconds of Summer. Will she learn to leave the past and find someone new?
(Writting by KayCee K.)
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE) Mari Evergreen Heartfelt was one of the pretty, popular girls- until her brother was diagnosed with cancer. Then, her "friends" didn't care about her. Mari quit their little group and joined the small group that would later become a dance group. Mari loves to party. Mari is one to love someone, then break up really quickly. Will someone change the norm?