As of today, I have a small, hardly acceptable, sad excuse for a written plot, but I think the general idea might get me somewhere. It's about a teenage girl and a teenage guy, of course. The guy doesn't talk to people very often because he is trying to hide the fact that he can see glimpses of a person's future if he interacts with him/her too much. If he keeps to himself, he lives a pretty normal life. Because of a bad experience at school, his family decides to move to a new town. The story is in the point of view of the girl, whom he meets in school at the new town. The girl is well-liked (although she is best friends with a royal bitch who thinks she owns the place), and she is very friendly. (The bitch is used as the foil character in the story.) Anyway, the girl tries to befriend the boy, but of course he shuns her as he starts to see pieces of her future. Over time, this boy seems to despise her, even though she doesn't talk to him anymore. He's frustrated because he keeps seeing things, even though he doesn't interact with her. Finally they are forced to interact through a school project or something, and they fight because she feels he has no reason to be mad at her, and he can't tell her why he's mad. As they continue their project, he realizes that his visions of her are becoming more voluntary. If he tries, he can see things, but as he spends more time with her, the involuntary visions become fewer and fewer. They eventually become friends, then slowly more than friends, and the aforementioned bitch gets jealous and tries to drive them apart (not in a soap opera way though, where each of them believes everything they hear from the bitch). Is this too dramatic, unrealistic, or dare I say too overdone? This is just half of the plot, but I don't know what to add next.