Joe and Nicky meet in collage and fall instantly in love.
What follows is a life that, while not always perfect, is always full of love. Life may through them curveballs from time to time but they face them the same way they face everything- together.
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14 Nov 2020
02 Oct 2020
Dear Mr. Diaz,
We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted by the Royal Scholarship of Magical Education to study with Prince Henry of Wales for your next academic term.
Or Alex is chosen for a Palace Exchange program where gifted students of Hogwarts get to study with Henry at his palace for spring term.
"Just, you know," Henry says. "If your mum weren't the president and you were just a normal bloke living a normal life, what things might be like? What you'd be doing instead?"
After being discovered on Instagram as a teenager, Alex Diaz is thriving as a social media influencer and model who just landed a high profile, high fashion contract with Calvin Klein. Alex can get any girl he wants, and he’s loving it. Meanwhile, British poet Henry Fox has just arrived in L.A. to kick off a North American tour promoting his new, steamy book of gay erotic poetry, and he’s attracting a lot of attention.
Bad blood is immediately sparked between them when Henry blows Alex off at their first meeting. Several tabloid rumors and an Instagram tantrum later, Alex and Henry are reluctantly thrust together to make nice, resulting in a grudging friendship and a magnetism between them that Alex can't explain. Why is Henry's poetry making Alex feel like this? And just what is it about Henry Fox that gets to him so much?
30 Oct 2020
Henry is a dramaturg who lives and works in London with his sister Bea and dog David. His bakes have all been approved by the casts and creative teams at the theater where he works, and inspired by his family baking tradition.
Originally from the American state of Texas, Alex now lives in Kent, where he balances studying law with his love for baking.
Alex came to Bake Off to find out how good he is. Henry came to find new ideas and inspiration, and maybe to prove to himself that he can carry on his dad's baking traditions. But with ten weeks in a tent, they both find a little more than they bargained for.
It's 1969 and Alex is the co-head of NYU's Students for a Democratic Society chapter and drowning in assignments and the pressure of setting up events. He's expecting to just get through senior year without a hitch but instead he finds himself dealing with the most infuriating protester he's ever met: Henry Fox.
General warnings for recreational drug use and talk of the draft/war but I'll provide specific warnings on chapters when needed