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Modern AU, the prequel to Wisteria.
From his first day of college, Jean Kirschtein is determined to be different: the guy he always wanted to be. The student who gets good grades without trying, the painter whose art blows everyone away, the cool kid, the guy who gets all the girls. He's tired of being the youngest brother in a privileged, impressive family -- the kid with no reason to be angry all the time and no plans for his life other than to paint. He's tired of being afraid of everyone, wondering if they can tell what he's hiding.
Art college is his dream. This is his year. School, art, girls, freedom, independence, hell yeah. And then he meets his new roommate. Marco Bodt sweeps him off his feet -- or more specifically, knocks him on his ass.
Forget Me Not is a collection of memories. It's the struggle of a boy who falls in love with someone who accepts him for who he is, when no one ever taught him how to accept himself. It's the story of choosing duty over love; family over his own failures; what he thinks is right over what he knows he wants. Told by the man who knows how the story ends, but has to make sure you know how it began.
- Part 2 of Wisteria