Almost finish this book 📖 on page 145 out of 170 …..
Okay… This book was okay.. was it better than the first book no was book one better barely. Both were interesting books and actually kept my attention. However, anyways!
I figured that Cade was actually in like = in love with Penny! That was easy. I understood her feelings to hate him because of what he did in middle school. People tend to have a dislike for those who have bullied them or tried to bully them. No matter how many years it would be! I wouldn’t even consider dating someone who has bullied or talks crap to me in school IDC how he looks…
I was also glad she had taken responsibility for her actions. She should’ve told on that Tiffanii girl but also understood why she didn’t people like them crazy, but I bet they don’t get into trouble only the people like Cade and Penny would get into trouble for the things Tiffanii and her posey ask of them.
I’ll give this book a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ rating!
I live by three rules.
One: I never get lower than an A in any class.
Two: I never lose a track race.
And Three: I never talk to Cade Kelley
Well, number three came crashing down the moment Principal Connell asks me to guide Cade back onto the right path. Something about helping him turn his life around. If only Principal Connell knew our history, he’d understand just what he’s asking.
But, I have an incessant need to please all adults, so of course I say yes.
When Cade seems pleased as well, I can’t help but wonder if this is part of some scheme. A plan he’s worked up to finish me once and for all. Apparently, what he did in junior high wasn’t enough.
Just when I think I have everything figured out, my life spirals out of control. Suddenly, adults suck—especially parents—and pleasing them becomes the last thing I want to do. What confuses me even more is in the moment I choose to run away, the first person I go to is the one guy I swore I would never get close to.
Hopefully, the Cade I’ve uncovered won’t hurt me because I’m so close to breaking.