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Mistakes Mistakes Everyone makes them We are only human Some of our mistakes are small like the times you stay up tillam studying for a test that you end up failing because you are too tired to think Others are so catastrophic that they change your life forever Maddison regrets not listening to her parents, not being a good girl and not staying at home like she was supposed to instead of sneaking off with her friends for a Spring Break getaway How she wishes she could turn back time then maybe she wouldn t be in the nightmare she is in now Kidnapped and taken to a different country unaware of where she is or what these men want with her Maddy s parents can t help her, in fact they aren t even aware she is in Mexico Who can save her Or can she save herself ➷ [Reading] ➹ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen ➬ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk not being a good girl and not staying at home like she was supposed to instead of sneaking off with her friends for a Spring Break getaway How she wishes she could turn back time then maybe she wouldn t be in the nightmare she is in now Kidnapped and taken to a different country unaware of where she is or what these men want with her Maddy s parents can t help her ❴KINDLE❵ ❆ Insight and Interpretation Author Roy Schafer – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk in fact they aren t even aware she is in Mexico Who can save her Or can she save herself



10 thoughts on “Mistakes

  1. says:

    To say that the events that transpired in the novel MISTAKES was terrifying and unspeakably inhumane is a gross understatement As a woman a sister, a daughter and an aunt to teenaged girls, I cannot even begin to imagine the horrors the characters in this story experienced.The story revolves around 2 teenaged girls who are best friends one is rich and beautiful and somewhat experience


  2. says:

    As a mother of a teenage daughter and a former teenager myself seriously, regardless of what my daughter believes, I was once a teen , I try to teach my daughter about making wise decisions It is clearly a do as I say, not as I ve done type of teaching as I made huge, huge, horrible mistakes growing up This book is about mistakes and the consequences of those split second decisions It sta


  3. says:

    I was totally enthralled by this book So much that I got out of bed when I finished reading it and spent the next hour looking for when the second book is supposed to be released Unfortunately I couldn t find any information If you are looking for a book that wraps the story up in a happy ending this isn t your book If you are looking for a dark read that sucks you into the thriller and what


  4. says:

    Book 2 isnt written and book one came out in 2011 Wasted book, though good, its a cliffhanger with no endingI am giving this book a 1 star rating as I read it and it was a good book 3 stars maybe 3.5, but as of yet 3years later book two isnt out Therefore it is a wasted read.a cliffhanger with no endingand not in a good way.


  5. says:

    When I began reading this book, I thought it would be a simple tale of two long time best friends, Aimee and Maddison Maddie , seniors in high school going through growing pains One girlexperienced, and the second falling in love for the first time The authors began the book with the present day and then take the reader back in time as the two friends are making plans to deceive their parents and hea


  6. says:

    This book grabed me and held me still in my seat till I finied it Page by every page I read, I cried, I laughed I couldn t stop reading and by the last page I was dying for .The topic of this book is about an every day occurrence and a topic I think everyone needs to knowabout Kidnapping and sex trafficking rings are a hard subject to read about, but this book is stunning in the way it is written The Cha


  7. says:

    Pull up a comfy seat, get a drink and a box or two of tissues, because once you begin reading, this story will captivate you, and not let you go until the last page forces you to put it down As they say, everyone makes mistakes we re only human Some of our mistakes are small, like when you stay up late studying for a test that you end up failing anyway because of exhaustion Others are so catastrophic they ch


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Mistakes by A.M Hayward and L.J Holder is a very shocking, thrilling and horrifying story all in one I found myself rushing through the book just to find out what would happen to Maddison return return When I first started reading this book, I strongly suspected that it would be one of those basic YA books where two best friends get


  9. says:

    Oh my This is dark terrifying horrifying But also really good As a firmly middle class girl surrounded by rich kids, Maddison has always been an observer but when she meets Jack she wants to start participating She s tired of being restricted by her parents beliefs of what money does to people and she enlists her best friend s help to sneak away for a spring break on Padre Island Things quickly turn for the worst th


  10. says:

    I m pretty sure I ve never read a book like this I am one to usually read happy, fluffy books and the darkest I ever go is vampire and werewolf stories This book was intense I had a hard time with it because it is so real and there was some moments that were hard to read.This book was amazing though.The writing was so perfect that I was enthralled the whole time I had to know what was coming next and I had to continue o


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About the Author: A.M. Hayward

Amanda Hayward was born and raised in Newcastle NSW, Australia She lived several years in the UK, where she met her husband and dragged him and her two daughters back to Sydney Australia, where they now reside Amanda spends her time, when not running around after her two girls who are 9 and 5, working on or breaking The Writer s Coffee Shop website.She prefers to write and bounce ideas off her friends, hence writing with a co author who also happens to be one of her very closest friends.