‘The lie of age’ By quakecanary kauthar

Ava just clocks 18, the age she has been waiting for her entire life, the age she can finally be called an adult.

With hormones and enticement running through her she drives into the world of adulthood with a high head.

But what happens when it isn’t what she expected and her high head is brought down by the masculine race of them still seeing her as a teenager.

Vexed and pained by the fact that she has waited get entire life for this to be able to go clubbing and finally take alcohol, yet it doesn’t all matter when she can’t even get a boyfriend, because once her age is known, the males are running out the next door.

Perplexed by Ava, when she she has friends who has had boyfriends way before they clocked 18, so why is hers any different?

And like they say, desperate times call for desperate measures, as Ava decides to woman up and lie about her age, creating a false and different person than she is. But, one can not hide for too long, so let’s see how that ends up in her lie of age.

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