Candy: Debut Albums and Joe

Topics: Debut albums, Heroin, Iggy Pop Pages: 3 (1107 words) Published: November 25, 2013


The girl at the station, the girl with the smile, the moment’s temptation to stay for a while. This book was a nice book. It could have ended a little better. Joe deserved to be with Candy after all that he had went through for her. Joe deserved better, and he didn’t get it. That’s the only bad part about this book, but overall awesome book.     This book was a nice book. It could have ended a little better. Joe deserved to be with Candy after all that he had went through for her. Joe deserved better, and he didn’t get it. That’s the only bad part about this book, but overall awesome book. My book was on Candy. A young teenage girl and boy who fell in love. Which happens all the time boy meets girl they both fall for one another, but who knew it would have happen like this. Candy was a 16 year old girl who met a 15 year old boy name Joe Beck. They met at a train station in downtown London. Joe was lost in the train station when Candy got his attention. Candy was trying to ask Joe if he needed help finding his way but, Joe was so lost in her beauty he didn’t answer her he just stared. Which kind of drove Candy away. She was flattered, but didn’t want things to become more awkward. Joe had caught up to Candy at the McDonalds and bought her lunch. Candy and Joe were talking when suddenly Candy’s face went cold. The person she feared the most had just walked into McDonalds, Iggy. Iggy was Candy’s pimp. Candy was a 16 year old prostitute. Of course, Joe, didn’t know, well at least not yet. After Iggy scared the mess out of Candy and Joe, Joe left Candy and went home.     Joe was stuck on Candy. Love at first sight must be a true thing because Joe was in love. Joe was still in shock about what had happened. The way Candy went cold like that, the way she acted with Iggy, she didn’t look at him in the eye, kept her head down the whole time.  Joe knew there was more to it, the just couldn’t press himself to believe that Candy was a prostitute and that Iggy was...
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