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The Tomboy and The Soft Boy!

All characters and writers must be over 18.

So, I'm looking for someone capable of playing as a "tomboy" kinda young woman to pair up with my quiet, shy soft boy.

She's new to town, and seen as "mysterious" by many of it's residents and those she works and attends class with in particular. Of course, there's a reason for this. But what exactly is it?

My character is William. A soft, shy and quiet young man of 5 feet in height, he is just 18. He lives in abject terror, pain, discomfort and sheer neglect at home. His life is one of despair and hell, though the shy and frightened young man keeps this hidden from anyone outside his home. Skinny, bruised and constantly cold, the blonde wears baggy, slightly torn clothing and broken spectacles. A slight smell of fear lingers around him, though he tries his best to hide this.
He's never had a friend before, and nor has she really. She's had friends, yes, but not a best friend.

Y/C is a classmate of his. She may have picked on how he acts/seems to be, but for whatever reason hasn't ever commented on this.

One particular day, he is sick. He still turns up to class, but is clearly in pain and discomfort. He is suffering badly with a fever, and he ends up fainting in the hall against her. (Either by accident, or her taking him to the nurse?)

She ends up taking him home with her, where she insists on giving him a nice hot bath to soothe his aching body and to help him feel refreshed. This leads to her discovering his scars and bruises, and deciding to take care of him~

So, my only 100% requirement is that she is taller than him! I love the idea of her being heads and shoulders above him (or even more if you wanted to write her as six foot or so.) Everything else can be discussed of course!
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