|Rhett Nathaniel Turner|
|Birthday:||July 14, 1993|
|Education:||Graduated West Virginia University|
|Occupation:||Librarian at Barfield Local Library|
|Address:||34/D Benson Street, Barfield|
Rhett is of average height but is slightly skinnier than most people. His light brown hair is the same style every day and he often wears lots of shirts with simple designs paired with a pair of jeans. He doesn't have a wide variety of clothes to choose from because he only ever goes out to work or if he and Margot decide to eat at a restaurant instead of at home.
Rhett is very introverted. He's a quiet person. He doesn't speak so much unless he's with someone who he knows very well and is comfortable with, which then makes him come off as shy, which is definitely not true. Rhett is intelligent and always gets straight A's back when he was in school. He's very opinionated and despite disliking human interaction and public speaking, he will voice that opinion. Rhett is very competitive. He hates losing and will do his best to be on top.
Because of his introverted nature, most people don't expect witty comebacks to come out of his mouth, when in fact, that is Rhett's sense of humor. He's very facetious and the type of person to mumble a sarcastic remark under his breath when someone does something he finds quite stupid. That may come as a shock to most people, as they all think he's a pure ray of sunshine. Rhett is also very stubborn and can be lazy, which is ironic as he hates mess and is pretty responsible himself.
Rhett was born to Thalia and Lewis Turner on July 14, 1993, in Morgantown, West Virginia, where he grew up. He had a fairly normal life with his parents and older brother. As a family, they were pretty close and united and they all got along very well. There were hardly any arguments in the household and when there were, they simply petty quarrels between the two brothers over who would take the trash out.
When Rhett was about four years old, which was the age he learned to read, he'd just want to keep on reading. He loved books, which is still true to this day. His brother would make him go out to play, but he would always choose to bury himself in story books and stay in his room. He did go out from time to time, to play with Margot, his best friend. They were incredibly close and he treated her like the sister she never had. They would tell each other everything.
Growing up, Rhett felt like he was different from other people. Everyone had their own group of friends and he only had Margot. It didn't bother him as much, he didn't exactly like crowds or being popular and having lots of friends who probably aren't that loyal. He liked the feeling of being alone in his own drama-free bubble. He was the complete opposite of his brother, Dylan, as half of the student body was basically his friends, or would kill to be one. Rhett hated it when people would try to be friends with him to get close to his brother.
Towards the end of his sophomore year, his brother decided to throw a party while his parents were out on a business trip. Rhett had already reminded his brother that it'd be a bad idea and would just end with the police showing up because of the deafening music, but he threw it anyway.
Rhett had opted to stay in his room and read, but halfway through the party, he decided to go out to see if the party has gone haywire. He spotted Margot by the bonfire and decided to sit with her and just laughed at a bunch of stupid people. He thought everything was going normally until Margot had kissed him. He was in a state of complete shock and confusion. That memory lingered in his mind for the next few days and he wondered why she would do that as she was clearly sober and had both agreed that their relationship is purely platonic and will always be.
He tried to ask her about it several times she would always change the subject or would simply tell him to forget about it and that it never happened. He eventually did as he was told and tried not to think about it as much as before and stopped asking about it.
During his senior year, Margot decided to move to Miduna Beach for college. The two promised to stay in touch and they kept their word. They constantly talked to each other on Skype a lot and would text and call each other whenever they could.
Around this time, Rhett decided to focus more on his studies than he did before. Although he was already good in class, he wanted to be better and stay on top. There were many students who were nearly as smart as he was and he didn't want anyone to take his place. In the end, however, he was able to graduate as a valedictorian which, by, far, was his greatest achievement in terms of academics.
He went on to study at West Virginia University. Like high school, he didn't have much friends and only had a handful throughout his university life. He didn't attend much parties and would spend all his free time studying or reading books, much to his friends' dismay. He was still able to graduate on top, however, so all those years of staying at home in his room and reading was something he definitely did not regret, although he did kind of regret not hanging out with his friends more, but that thought happens rarely.
Rhett was eventually tired of the long distance friendship he and Margot had and decided to ring her, asking her if he could move in. She gladly agreed and so he packed his things and moved to Barfield. They eventually found an apartment fit for the both of them. Realizing that he needed to pay half the rent in the apartment, and was currently unemployed, he decided to go job hunting. He was able to land a job at the library as a librarian. He knew it was perfect as he loved books and most especially, the quiet.
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