By Eileen Cook
Hailey Kendrick regularly does precisely what is anticipated of her. She has the perfect associates, dates the appropriate boy, will get solid grades, and follows all of the principles. yet one evening, Hailey hazards every thing through breaking a really substantial rule in a really public way...and with a truly unforeseen companion in crime. Hailey will get stuck, yet her partner doesn't, and Hailey takes the autumn for either one of them. abruptly, Hailey's ideal life--and her reputation--are blowing up in her face. Her pals are all warding off her. Her lecturers do not belief her. Her boyfriend will not even converse to her for lengthy sufficient to inform her that she's been dumped. they are saying honesty is the easiest policy--but a few secrets and techniques are worthy maintaining, regardless of the associated fee. Or are they?
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The mud was sliding down the side of the statue, and occasionally a ping would ring out as a rock hit the metal. “Whoa. ” a voice said behind me. I whirled around, ready to bolt. I could make out a figure in the dark but couldn’t see his face clearly. He took a step forward. It was Joel. I dropped the clot of mud in my hand. My jeans were coated in grime, and I could tell it was in my hair, too. I looked over my shoulder at the statue in case he had anything to add that might help me explain. “I came to make sure you were okay,” Joel said, his voice calm and slow as if he were speaking to someone who might snap at any moment, which, given the circumstances, was probably a good strategy.
My phone rang, and I lunged over to grab it. Thank God, Tristan. I looked at the display. It wasn’t Tristan; it was Joel. I threw it back down onto the bed without picking up the call. It felt like I couldn’t get a deep breath. I yanked open the window and took deep greedy gulps of air. I don’t remember making the decision. There wasn’t a go-or-don’t-go pause. It’s hard to know what would have happened if I had stopped to think, but I didn’t. One second I was in the room, and the next I was climbing down the ivy outside the window, jumping the last few feet down to the ground.
He’d gone back to eating his dinner with gusto. ” I asked. ” My dad smiled. ” He took another big bite of the curry. “Wherever you ordered this from is amazing. Best curry I’ve had in years. ” I started to tell him I’d made the curry myself, but then it didn’t seem to matter. It didn’t matter any more than his promise that we’d spend holidays together. 4 Despite what my dad had promised about spending summers together, there was always a reason it made more sense for me to go to my grandparents’ house—some project he had to work on, or construction in his new condo building.