The Assignment  (First Draft)

The Assignment (First Draft)

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Lindsay S. By DreamsWithEyesOpen Completed

Sammi didn't realize how much Derek was going to change her way of life. 

	Sammi lives a simple life; she minds her business and has a good friend. She has no reason to want anything more. But when her psychology teacher pairs her up with Derek, who has been rumored to sleep around with any girl who has legs, Sammi can already see the failing grade. But when Derek shows her a different way of life, that it's okay to live a little, Sammi's not sure what is right anymore as her life begins to fall apart. 

	As friendships are broken, new ones made, risks taken, and a series of firsts happen, Sammi has to decide which life is the one she wants to live. 

	The simple, quiet and sheltered life she's used to, or Derek's life that is unplanned, uncertain, but also has one giant secret that could make everything fall apart.

	Will Sammi finally find out who she's meant to be, or will the fear she has keep her from living?

*Ranked 153 in Teen Fiction 11/24/16

  • acceptance
  • adventure
  • boys
  • denial
  • friends
  • girls
  • hiddengems
  • high-school
  • humor
  • love
  • romance
  • strength
  • teen-fiction
  • theshineawardsteenfic
  • true-friends
  • trust
  • wattys2016
  • wattys2017
  • young-adult
lotusoup lotusoup Jul 10, 2017
I just got into this book and the first word i see is my name 🙂
where does the story take place? Because I never knew you could learn psychology in high school.
Emily_klair Emily_klair Jun 15, 2017
Considering the fact she's talking in past present I'm afraid  something's gonna happen to him already.
AliciaGrace2 AliciaGrace2 Mar 06, 2016
Wow it's already awesome I have a feeling this books gonna be great
TheMockingjayFaction TheMockingjayFaction Mar 12, 2016
I don't mean to bother but could you please check out my story: The Crush
                              Love the story btw!<3
KennyChisholm KennyChisholm Dec 29, 2015
I like how this book seems to actually come from a realistic teen perspective. In most young adult or teen fiction novels there is no sex or swearing, they act like the teens are little kids who never heard of those things. good start