Goofy. Rebellious. Strange. 'Nerdy'. Dangerous. These are just a few words to describe Riley Storms. Being a teenager is hard enough, hell, growing up is a difficult task. Being normal isn't something that this spunky sixteen year old has ever been used to. Her father is the leader of Mayhem, the most powerful gang in the America's and her mother runs '204', the most lethal mafia in Europe. So when she and her family pack up and move to a small town in Texas, she thinks of it as an opportunity to be her own person, to leave the stigma her family name gave her back in New York. She can be just an average teenage girl, a fresh start where no one knows anything about her families past. Until she meets Ethan King. Notorious 'Bad Boy' of the town. She's his next 'target'. He thinks it'll be easy to get her to fall to her knees, begging for him to take her right then and there. But she's Riley fucking Storms. She refuses to cave in so easily. Ethan grows curious about this mysterious new girl. He doesn't know what it is that draws him to this seemingly innocent good girl. But he's determined to find out what that pull is. With her stubbornness, and his tempter, things don't go as plan. But he's still mind-set on finding out about her. Curiosity killed the cat, right? Good thing he's not a cat. She's stubborn and hardheaded, he's temperamental and cold. Sound familiar? They say history repeats itself. I mean, like mother like daughter, right?
It’s a fact. Most feel braids look their best when worn wide, flat and loose. Yeah, the ones most likely to turn heads are supersized to the max. They’re lush. Dramatic. Oozing with volume to spare. Or what you might say ultra bodified and struttin’ their stuff. Yet too many of us find we have to settle for taut, wimpy, uptight braids. And that’s only if we can coax anything at all out of our rail thin strands. Sure sometimes that’s okay. I guess. But next level braids are bigger than life - think Elsa’s hair in Frozen for example.