Christmas, 2020: United States President Lexa Woods has recently been re-elected for her second term, has three Nobel Peace Prizes under her belt, and a 97% public approval rating. None of this, in any way, prepares her for the pretty girl her sister brings home to the White House for Christmas.
After someone spreads a rumor that Clarke and Lexa are dating, the two, even though hating each other, decide to go with it, each for separate reasons.
Setting: Artschool, Clarke is a dancer, Lexa a music major. They fall in love without meaning to.
My summary is pretty bad. This is a story about learning to love and to trust again. Lots of angst! Lots of grey areas.
Two years after an amazing realization and a life altering decision that severed their relationship, Clarke and Lexa are unexpectedly living in the same town again.
They say that time changes everything. Has it changed them?
Note: They’re still going to make you crazy.
- Part 2 of Imperfect
Executive Chef Lexa "The Commander" Woods is working in her latest establishment in her home town of Portland, Maine. She is about to start conceptualizing her next restaurant and only has one rule for herself during the process: No more girls. When an accident at the restaurant lands her in Dr. Clarke Griffin's ER, she second guesses why she ever had that rule in the first place. Lexa's head bartender, Lincoln, is obsessed with a divey restaurant on the other side of town run by Octavia. It doesn't take long for the small town to get even smaller when Lexa starts running into Clarke everywhere. Maybe rules were meant to be broken.
Lexa, single mother of Aden and Mia Woods decides that moving to Arkadia is the best thing for her family. And Clarke, single mother of Ava Griffin just so happens to live in Arkadia.
You know how the story goes.
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