Say You Won't Let Go

Say You Won't Let Go

By:  Mia Golding  Ongoing
Language: English
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A story in which a girl marred by trauma and tragedy learns to live again, finding love in the process.-Alexa Parker is your typical high school golden girl. But when her best friend commits suicide, she loses everything, including herself. Left with nothing but an ominous letter addressed to her, Alexa finds herself spiraling a dark tunnel. One she wouldn't be able to get out of alone.Then there's charming and sweet Blake. He wants to show Alexa how to live again and show her that she's stronger than she thinks. But overcoming her personal demons may prove harder for Alexa than she thought. Can a broken girl put herself together or will she be left in pieces?

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joselito vergara
can I have a full chapter
2021-07-29 20:16:56
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Rhiannon Mhairi Patman - Duncomb
Awesome book
2021-04-03 21:10:25
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Great story so far..can’t wait for more
2021-06-01 09:14:04
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THE worst part about losing someone is losing them when you least expect it. It's not every day you have your parents break the news to you that your best friend has committed suicide. It was one of those days where I just had that gut feeling that something was bound to go wrong–and trust me, I’ve had more than one of those days–but never in my life could I have imagined something going this wrong.                                      &
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PRETENDING to be okay, even though I'm clearly not, isn't easy. It also isn't easy being expected to live my life and go back to the way things were before. But, I don't think people seem to realize that for me, nothing is as it was before.     It's been three weeks since she's been gone and instead of things getting easier with time everything seems to be getting hard
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IT'S been one month and two weeks since her death, and I can feel myself drifting away more and more from reality with each passing day. I feel numb.     As if I felt so much during these past few weeks that now, I feel nothing. Some might say that I'm depressed, which by the way is the fourth stage of grieving according to the school's counselor.
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WHEN Mrs. Carter, my best friends mom, shows up at our door step with a flustered look on her face and a envelope in her hand, I am completely taken by surprise.     I haven't seen or spoken to her since the funeral and didn't expect to after tha
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I enter my therapists' office after school despite my insistence to my mother that there's no reason for me to go anymore and that sending me to these sessions are pointless and a waste of money.     "Katherine." I acknowledge the middle-aged woman as I plop down onto the love seat in the middle of the room.
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 I'M not only sleep-deprived but starving as well. After sitting through a few classes and being scolded in each one for not focusing, I finally find myself sitting at a lunch, table staring down at my tray of tater tots.     "I can't believe you just did that." I hold my stomach as I double over
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SOMETIMES I wonder what it would be like to just disappear. To just vanish and leave all your worries and problems behind. I wish I could do that now. Disappear. But, I can't. It's an endless battle between me and my thoughts, and I'm losing.     "Alexa, can I talk to you for a moment?" Mr. Callaghan stops me before I can exit the classroom. It's the end of our second-
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I look at myself in the mirror and just stare at the prominent bags under my eyes, hoping that maybe if I stare long enough, they'll go away. Even the many layers of concealer I'm wearing can't cover up how utterly exhausted I am. I sigh and grab my sunglasses and the duffel bag carrying my necessities before making my way downstairs.     "Hey, where you heading off to
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THE next day, I'm awoken by the sound of my phone dinging at what has to be about one hundred dings per second. It's Alison and Madison wanting to know what exactly happened at their party and if I'm okay. When my phone finally stops emitting that harrowing dinging sound, I close my eyes and attempt to fall asleep again.
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I feel it all at once. All the sadness and grief and confusion. It all comes rushing to me the second I wake up, tears rolling down my cheeks as my heart begins to beat faster and faster and faster. Today is November fourth.     Cam's birthday.
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