Sometimes It Happens
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Cheating has consequences in this sparkly and humorous romance from the author of Two-Way Street and One Night That Changes Everything.
Hannah’s about to start her senior year, and she’s never been so scared. That’s because she’s going to have to face:
1. Sebastian: the guy who dumped her on the last day of junior year.
2. Noah: the guy she’s totally fallen for.
3. Ava: Noah’s girlfriend...and Hannah’s best friend.
As Hannah tries to figure out how she got herself into this colossal mess, one thing becomes crystal clear: there’s absolutely no way she’s going to make it through this day in one piece.
opens his chocolate milk. “What do we need to talk about?” Please let it be something about work, please let it be something about work, please let it— “Look,” he says, sighing. “I don’t want to make a big deal about it, but I don’t think it’s a good idea if you and I hang out.” He’s watching my face carefully for my reaction, but all I say is “Oh,” mostly because I don’t know what else to say. Honestly, I’m a little bit shocked. I never thought he would just come out and say it like that, like
though I’m lying in a very uncomfortable position and all my sheets and blankets are in a tangle on the floor. “Hannah?” she whispers, cracking the door. “Are you awake?” I force myself to breathe deeply and consider adding in a snore, but decide that would definitely be taking it too far, especially since I’m really bad at fake-snoring. I tried to do it at a sleepover once so I wouldn’t have to play truth or dare (I had a crush on this kid named Jacob Heinz and I didn’t want anyone asking me
friendship with Ava because of me.” “That’s the same thing!” I’m almost yelling now, and we’re about one step away from getting yelled at by a teacher, which would not be good, especially since I don’t even have a pass to be here or in guidance or anywhere. Technically, I’m supposed to be in social media, and that’s where I’ll be sent if we get caught. Noah must realize we’re getting loud, because he takes my hand and pulls me around the corner to an alcove under the stairs that lead up to the
Sebastian. I leave guidance, and I don’t think it’s my imagination that Rosie smirks at me as I go by. The Summer “Okay,” Noah says when I open the door at seven a.m. on the morning of our trip. “Are you ready to rock ’n’ roll?” I stare at him blankly. “First of all, no one says ‘are you ready to rock ’n’ roll?’ anymore.” “They don’t?” “No. And second, do I look like I’m ready to rock ’n’ roll?” He takes in my hair (a mess), my clothes (the T-shirt and shorts that I slept in), and the
even though until today I’ve hardly ever skipped a class in my entire life. “Me too,” he says. “You want me to go with you?” I hesitate, thinking about how easy it would be to slip back into things with him, to get back together, to maybe forgive him. Sometimes it happens, I think to myself, looking at his deep blue eyes and remembering how his stubble used to leave my face all scratchy after a long make-out session. But I really can’t ever be with Sebastian again. Honestly, I’m not sure if we