I've got a story going involving a student/teacher relationship (not as corny or risque as you might be thinking) and one of the characters (the teacher's sister) is struggling with anorexia. Thanks to her weakened system, she has become susceptible to multiple infections (MRSA). And so I've sort of got a main plot and a sub plot that helps tie everything together, but I'm also writing for MRSA awareness. I'll soon have a page on my blog that deals with this. Here is the synopsis. Let me know what you think- and thanks ahead of time. Synopsis What's different about Mr. Shields? At first, Rebekah Rose thinks- or hopes- he's just a nerdy, boy scout of a teacher (albeit one who belongs on the cover of GQ). But she soon learns there's more to him. And while the boy scout part shines the most, she realizes a bad boy side dwells below the surface. Who or what keeps him in line and does he really want to stay there? While dating his brother, she discovers their sister has been struggling with anorexia and recurrent MRSA infections. Will Mr. Shields remain steady through it all? And how can she help?