Recommended by StefannyPina
StefannyPinaI had to create another account to be able to comment here because I believe I need to say what this story was about and what it was like to have followed the entire process from the beginning. I remember us joking about how awesome it would be to see Lauren Jauregui dancing sensually like in Magic Mike. After all, Fifth Harmony is carte blanche. And this idea seemed like a snap in my head. Why not write a crossover of that? You bought this idea immediately and a few hours later, you arrived with the first chapter ready, as efficient as always. Watching the story develop was incredible, because you know very well that I can't finish mine even with prayer k And despite following along, giving tips and always being the first to read all the chapters, That's not what I mean. If anyone is going through this story and sees this recommendation, please stop and read it. Read this, read C.A.O.S, read anything, but read it, because this girl is amazing. She won me over with her writing and when I saw it I was madly in love with everything about her. In love with the person, in love with the story, in love with every comma she put in every text I had the pleasure of reading, because I know that each letter has a dose of love put there. She loves doing this here and I feel more than just pride in seeing something completed with lots of love and care. I won't go on and on, because she knows our history and the affection we have for this story and also for Nyah. The beginning of everything is here. And read it guys, I promise you won't regret it. She's a great writer, you can trust her.
"QUIET" and "QUITE"
"Quiet" means silent or calm. "Quite" is used for emphasis or degree. Ex.: The library is very quiet. The movie was quite entertaining.