Hayli is young, peculiar, wears Drake clothing and spends her time in dangerous parts of town. She is unpredictable and lives by her own rules. She wears rockstar boots and has straight black hair and always wears long coats, but most intriguing, she has eyes that change color, and although she has a kind face and unique style, don't be fooled. Hayli suffers from kleptomania, an impulse control disorder that results in an irresistible urge to steal, and that's what she does. Hayli doesn't have many friends, nor does she want any. That's what she tells herself. In one day Hayli managed to steal a watch, hairbrush, earrings, and a strawberry smoothie. Soon after she slipped her stolon smoothie, Hayli was feeling good about her robberies. It was just another regular day until she noticed something really odd. It was a man running with a bag of stolen cash, and no one was going after him. Impulsively, Hayli called the police. A girl who’d just broken various laws just called the cops on this man. Is she a changed person or was she just protecting herself? A few moments later, she came across two bags sitting on the ground. As it turns out, Hayli had not changed a bit. She finished her day by texting a friend who she knew would respond right away. Two words were capable of getting the young man's attention. “Come over.”
Anthone is a criminal. Being a criminal is what he knows and what he feels and what he thinks about and what he does. He tried to live life according to good morals, but he failed miserably to. Anthone knows there is only one thing you can do when something is wrong, and that's to do something even more wrong. Anthone spends his nights finding ways to break the law, although he was not very good at it. He would get caught almost as often as he would commit a crime, but this time, it caused him a year in jail. After a long 12 months, he was freed and home to his wife. He was glad to be back in his element, but he felt that the world as he knew it had changed a bit. Particularly, his wife had changed, but he chose to ignore it. One day as he was preparing himself a slice of pizza, Anthone noticed something peeking out from under the microwave. It was a letter. He opened it only to find out that his wife, who he loved, was in debt. He did not want to commit another crime, but he needed to get his wife out of debt, so he did what he knew how to do best. He robbed a bank. It all seemed to be going well. Then, an officer stopped him in his tracks causing an envelope of cash to fall out of the bag, and that was it for Anthone.
Brenda is a young woman that throbs for independence yet she has sad eyes and an addictive personality. She feels trapped in a world that only she understands. She sells coffee by day and is a hostess by night and spends the rest of her day watching time go by, waiting for her husband to get released from prison. Eventually, Brenda found a distraction. It was online gambling. She quickly became obsessed. One day as she was washing the dishes she received a call that her husband is coming home. She was thrilled to see her husband but she felt that things were different. A few days later, a large bill came in the mail and as to be expected her addiction had quickly eaten her bank account. Brenda was in debt, and she decided to hide the letter so her husband wouldn't find it. Then, she grabbed her coat keys and left she walked around the city streets all day without a destination. They were going to be perfect, but instead she was in debt and she didn't know what to do. So Brenda got into her car and before she could even put on her seat belt, Brenda got hit.