It all started when he saw her for the first time dancing in the back aisle of the library. It wasn't the back aisle, but it certainly was the most deserted- the type of deserted that teenagers go to hide from the watchful gazes of their mothers in the summer.

The section of Town history.

He was only there because he was trying to get away from his little sister. But he saw this girl instead.

At first glance, it would appear she was wearing a sheet of grass, but it was really a green dress with things sticking out of it.

Putting all that aside, he had to admire her ingenuity- going to the library to dance because she wouldn't make a fool out of herself, as long as no one noticed. Sadly for her, he wasn't that kind.

Clearing his throat, he made his presence known to the girl, who flushed red, comparable to a tomato at the sight of him. Her shy gaze looked at the ground, shyly peeking up at him through a thick set of eyelashes.

"Come here to be alone too?"

She nodded and bent down to pick up her bottle of water, as if to leave.

"Oh no, don't leave because of me. I just needed to pick up something for my mom."

Her easy smile took his breath. Reaching up to take the book, he strategically cornered her against the shelf.

"Well, it was nice meeting you. Tell me about your dress sometime."

And he turned on his heel, leaving her gaping at his nice behind.