Blair Sinclair, born into a world of privilege, exuded an air of opulence that seemed to define her life. With a mother who held the prestigious position of COO at a prominent insurance company and a father who reigned as the CEO of a nationwide pharmaceutical giant, Blair's upbringing was steeped in luxury. From a young age, she graced the halls of exclusive private boarding schools, where she not only excelled academically but consistently earned top marks, showcasing her intelligence and determination. Her social life revolved around philanthropic endeavors, attending charitable galas- not by her own choice-to raise funds for those facing genuine hardships. Blair's version of a struggle often boiled down to a broken nail or a minor inconvenience. By all textbook definitions, Blair would be considered spoiled rotten, unfamiliar with the notion of hearing the word 'no' when met with rejection. Her world, isolated behind the gates of affluent communities, was chauffeured from place to place. Yet, compared to her peers- Blair was socially withdrawn. Preferring solitude over large gatherings or sleepovers. Blair became increasingly detached to everything, and oftentimes unresponsive to significant events. However, everything changed when her parents, sensing her detachment from the real world, orchestrated a transfer to Columtreal, as they were primarily paying for her tuition. While they claimed it was for her own personal growth, Blair couldn't help but suspect a different motivation – one tinged with spite. Blair, now 21 years old, dreaded this decision. However, time would prove otherwise. Now, she's getting adjusted to life at Columtreal and Blair finally has gotten some sense of responsibility with her first job; a Server at Rock Hard Boba Shop.
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