He's not your average popular boy. Besides being hot, rich and captain of the football and track team, he's also the class president and national champion of the debate team. He's already been accepted by Harvard, which isn't that far from MIT where Lexi hopes to attend. He plans to study law so he can become a partner at his father's law firm.
He an amateur blogger. He posts articles on his blog and has a large following, including Lexi. He writes about his daily life, school and hobbies, specifically photography. He owns a Canon EOS 5D Mark III that is mounted on a stand on his balcony. It's equipped with a powerful zoom lens so he can capture close up shots of surfers in the ocean or Lexi on the rock along the coast.
Tyler shrugged. "School comes easy to me so I have a lot of time to train."
"What can I say, it's all in the genes."
"Yeah, what about it?"
"It's a sign of respect and I deserve it. Plus, my father expects it of me. I'm a Moore."
Tyler scoffs. "He thinks we're royalty and should act as such."
"I was hoping to forget a girl."
Tyler's eyes narrowed. "How do you know about her?"
"Oh that." Tyler smirked. "She's talking to me now after what happened on the beach the other night."
"Nothing you need to know."
"That's what I like about her. She's different. And if you take away her hand-me-down clothes, she looks better than any mythological Greek Goddesses. No other girl can touch her. I know if she gives me a chance, I'll make her happy. Because we're meant to be together."
"Because I do."
"I don't. None of them have a chance with her."
Tyler's jaw tightened and he shifted in his seat. "You mean he was talking and sitting next to her while she tried to ignore him."
"Yeah, well that won't last too long if I get my way," Tyler smirked, "and I always get what I want."
"Yes. A-l-w-a-y-s," Tyler said the word slowly pronouncing each letter clearly