Saving Gracie | ✓

Saving Gracie | ✓

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Talesha Mitchell By XmysterysmileX Completed

[ Highest Rank: #1 in Teen Fiction ]

!! USED TO BE 'THE PLAYER STOPPED ME FROM JUMPING' !!

!! NOW PUBLISHED ON AMAZON !!
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Grace Parkinson doesn't know what it feels like to be happy. Living in a world where people aren't nice, where people aren't like the people in the movies, it makes her think that there is no such thing as happiness. Having no friends and not being able to talk to her mum about her problems since she has cancer doesn't even help her situation just a little bit at all.

One day though, a certain player with blonde hair and blue eyes finds Grace leaning against the lockers, crying her problems away, and decides to help her.

Since that day, you would expect things to go better but things don't get better, they get worse and when Grace finds herself about to jump off of the school building, thinking that the solution to her problems is death, the blonde player finds himself helping the lost girl again.

The only question is:

What will happen next?

  • broken
  • bullying
  • cheating
  • depression
  • family
  • goodgirl
  • hate
  • hope
  • jealousy
  • love
  • nomorescars
  • player
  • romance
  • sad
  • school
  • secrets
  • suicidal
  • teenfiction
  • wattpadstars
  • wattys2018
3 days clean but even though it’s not much, I think that the 100th times the charm
MissM_H MissM_H Aug 15
OMG ANOTHER BRITISH IN THE CLAN!!! FINALLY! YOU SAID YEAR 7 INSTEAD OF GRADE 6! XD. No offence to all those Americans but it kinda gets annoying with all that American talk! AHHHHHHHHH :D
omg yes i never see dove casted in books so i’m really happy now 🤩🤩
I’m so happy that ppl actually decided to change a bit like the normal player being francisco it was starting to get annoying but this is a whole different story and I’m exited to read it
Oh lord I got confused😂 until I remembered its like this on twitter💀
I thought Nicole was the name of the person who used to be her friend? Or did they not mention it