Summary: Connor’s first dream about his soulmate didn’t feel at
all conventional, though there wasn’t much logic to be found in a theory
that suggested soulmates existed, anyway.At least in Connor’s eyes, there wasn’t.
Summary: In a world where your words get marked on your soul mate’s skin as
handwritten tattoos, Oliver considers himself quite unlucky with his
soul mate. He doesn’t like him too much but they never even met. That
will change soon though, not without a few bumps on the road of
Summary: Connor knows that for everyone else, it all ends the
moment their timers hit zero, and that’s the difference: Connor doesn’t
want his timer to hit zero. Not now, not for a while. He doesn’t want a
commitment and someone with a matching timer memory of heart eyes. It’s
not his thing.Connor doesn’t even do boyfriends, he certainly doesn’t do soulmates.(everybody has a timer that counts down to the moment they meet their soulmate, and connor has commitment issues.)
Summary: At 11:59pm on the eve of his birthday, Connor holds an undeveloped photo
in his shaking hands. When he turns 21, the magic photo given to his
parents when he was a baby will develop and he’ll see his soulmate for
the first time.
Summary: Oliver knows every time he goes into Starbucks that the person behind
the counter probably isn’t his soulmate. But with the words written in
messy script across his arm, “Welcome to Starbucks. May I take your
order?” he can’t help but hope that maybe - just maybe - this time will
be the right one.
Summary: Connor knows at seventeen that he will love Oliver Hampton for the rest of his life.But he also knows that Oliver won’t. He can’t.Connor wasn’t born with a name anywhere on his body. His soulmate can be whoever he wants.Oliver has a name on his wrist. Jon.
Summary: Connor knew four things. One, this was the Keating Five’s first case,
and they were about to lose. Two, Connor found out that the tech’s name
was Oliver. Three, he saw that Oliver’s soulmate was called Sean Elliot.
Four, Connor knew that he had terrible morals, his friends had terrible
morals, and they would all be delighted if Connor cheated Oliver into
believing he was his soulmate. Well, it worked a bit too well.
AJ realizes that Tracy has been banished from the Quartermaine mansion…
AJ: Are you okay?
Tracy: Yeah, I’m fine…You stay sober.
AJ: I am.
Tracy:Look, I know what you’re capable of. You’re starting to think like a Quartermaine, but right now, I’m not sure if that’s good or bad, but I know that it’s a talent, and I don’t want you to waste it!
Tracy: Besides, we could make a good team.
Tracy: You – Watch your step. It’s a jungle out there.