Note to old readers: I changed the way I wrote the chapters. Instead of naming each chapter Present 1 followed by Chapter 1, I simply put them in order and named them Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, and so on. I don't think I explained that very well, but it makes everything neater and easier to figure out what you've already read.
Aileen Wilson, aching for her old home and care-free, innocent childhood. John Lennon, unhappy with his life and wanting what used to be. Aileen and John had known each other since they were no more than toddlers. But her family moved to cold, uncaring New York City, and Aileen was seperated from him. Then she is invited to go on tour with the Beatles, and everything is put into a new light. But a horrible accident forces Aileen and John to start over from the very beginning. Though hard to remember, memories still linger...
This story is written starting off with the present, and then going back to the past. It's sort of confusing, but once you start reading it, you'll understand.
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