Waverly Earp's best friend moves into a new apartment with a stranger. The rent is cheap and it's so close to their university that Chrissy simply couldn't say no but Waverly is worried. Rationally, she knows Chrissy's dad has vetted this person his daughter is about to be living with, he's a police officer and Waverly is sure he's probably already done a thorough background check. That doesn't mean that Waverly isn't going with Chrissy when she officially moves in though, to make sure this 'Nicole' person isn't some secret serial killer.
- Part 1 of No One Else
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16 Oct 2021
Waverly Earp sat in the same seat in the same coffee shop every morning. Like clockwork.
But not today. Today, there's a gorgeous, charming, dimpled goddess that Waverly would give her right arm for an excuse to talk to.
A simple misunderstanding gives Waverly the perfect opportunity to spend a little more time with her newfound crush, but will it land her in Haught water?
Something grounded her there. Older Quinn would call it infatuation. This Quinn likened it to stupidity and situational insanity.
or: quinn relieves stress in a new way.
- Part 1 of situational insanity
Waverly Earp is the very proud new owner of a little bungalow, completely perfect in every way.
All she needs now is a roommate.
An unbearably sexy redheaded roommate that she absolutely does not have a crush on. No sir, she does not.
Not even a little bit.
Purgatory High’s production of Hercules is only a month away and when senior Nicole Haught is sought out for a role, she gets chosen to be the titular character. Who else would have come up with the idea of a female-led version of Hercules than junior Waverly Earp? Rivalries will rise, friendships will be tested, and in the end of it all, could this play bring them together? Or will it tear them further apart? Join me on this high school AU journey and find out!