Currently reading 📖 , “my Christmas break mistake”
•••** not many spoilers; but it is just a few••***
So I thought this book wasn’t going to catch my interest at first. But I soon got into it. I like how both Grayson and Ellie; was there for Molly and Johnny even though they were so stuck wait; Ellie was so stuck on Grayson! When Grayson was actually going through something! If it wasn’t for Molly and Johnny, I don’t think Grayson would have told Ellie about his mom!
For one thing, I realize that “rich” people or those who are mayors, etc don’t like to tell people what is going on in their family. Especially if there’s an election because they assume they aren’t going to win … which is ridiculous if people want you to win regardless of what is going on with your family. You’ll win! It’s up to the people to vote. I guess his dad just wanted to be a prick and not to let his own son Grayson tell his best friend what was really going on. But glad; that Grayson finally came to his senses because Ellie whining was getting on my last nerve…
Who said mistakes have to be bad?
It’s Christmas break and I’m alone. My best friend is off with the dance team to the Bahama’s and I’m at home, trying to pad my college application by volunteering with Safety Net Mentors, a program that pairs teens with kids in need—and if I finally get to talk to my life-long crush, I’m okay with that.
Everything is going according to plan until I discover that not only is my ex-best friend, Grayson back, but he’s also volunteering. And we get paired with siblings.
I not only have to talk to him but I have to spend time with him and his mentee. Which seems doable as long as neither of us bring up the past.
Which seems harder to do than say.
Now I’m so confused, I can’t keep my mind straight. There’s something Grayson isn’t telling me and feelings that creep up that weren’t there before.
And I don’t know what to do when what felt like the biggest Christmas break mistake doesn’t feel that was anymore. If only I could figure out what everything meant, I just might survive with my heart intact.