After almost a year of increasingly troubling behavior, Louis
agrees to let his sister live with him. It’s a last resort before more
drastic measures are taken by their mom.
Harry Styles runs Given A Chance, a program for troubled and
disadvantaged teens out of the bakery he owns. He offers the kids in
his program what he believes they need to start on a different and
better path for their lives.
Louis learns all too quickly that Harry’s goodwill does not extend to
him. Only because he happens to remind Harry of an ex he’d rather
forget. It’s not the smoothest of beginnings, but in the end Louis’ own
issues might be the real problem.
The one where Louis has spent years getting over his
ex, Harry Styles, and was almost successful. That is until Harry is
elected as an MP, and Louis is given the task of getting him to support
an Act of Parliament.
Harry Styles is Team Great Britain’s newest swimmer, and has spent his
whole life training for this moment, a chance at the gold medal in the
Rio 2016 Olympics. All his training, hard work, and dedication to no
distractions is tested when he’s assigned to the same Rio apartment as
Louis Tomlinson, British gymnast and Harry’s childhood crush.
“I’m Louis Tomlinson,” the boy says,
holding his hand out. Glancing down at it, Harry starts at the word
beautiful written there, just along his pointer finger. It seems someone
else knows exactly how stunning Louis is.
Willing himself not to act like a complete and utter prat, Harry takes
Louis’ hand in his own and quietly murmurs, “It’s nice to meet you.”
Or, the AU where the way your soulmate sees you is tattooed onto your skin.