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Mistakes Were Made

Mistakes Were Made

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Her mantra for this is “fuck should,” which is a great sentiment, but also gets translated into “do whatever the fuck I want no matter if it hurts someone I care about,” which is harder for me to get onboard with since her second main goal is to strengthen her relationship with Parker. She was lucky to get a scholarship to the school, but it’s clear that as a child she was neglected and abused, and she’s still broke now.

Prefacing this review by saying while I don't explicitly spoil anything I do discuss plot points which are not clear from the blurb! i am going to be fairly negative here, and i feel bad abt that, so i'm going to try and say good things upfront, but i can tell this is gonna get rambly and all over the place.It's just so monumental that sapphic contemporary romances are getting so far, and are so accessible, especially since in my country, gay marriage isn't even legalised. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. She kissed Cassie softly, sweetly, and neither of them looked over their shoulder to see if they'd been caught.

Neither expected to see the other, but the next morning, Parker brings her best friend, Cassie to breakfast to meet her mom and Cassie and Erin meet again! Just really stereotypical and unnecessary, and the father figure thing felt like it was playing into the casual way in which 'daddy issues' are talked about nowadays. This book is one of those books that was so much fun to read, but after I finished it I started thinking about the more noticeable problems that existed. and i'm happy for them, but i am sad for me, bc i was excited abt this book and what a bummer for how strongly i was noT HAVING it.Clinton] acknowledged that the White House should not have invited the nation's senior banking regulator to a meeting where Mr. The writing itself was pretty good, and Cassie’s character had some depth, but it didn’t matter because I was just too uncomfortable to keep reading.

I was a little apprehensive when I learned that Cassie was a college senior who hooks up with Erin, her friend's 38-year-old mother, but I hoped maybe they would part ways after they discovered each other's identities and reconnect a few years later. I was a bit hesitant going into Mistakes Were Made as age gaps have never really been my thing in books but, as it turns out, when the age gap is sapphic and the love interest is a milf, it’s a lot more enjoyable! That’s an uncomfortable position to be in because (after coming there due to the pressure of being presented with the fait accompli of purchased plane tickets) it’s not like Cassie can easily get away from Erin once she is there. Amusingly, more googling hasn't found me an instance of Nixon saying it, but his press secretary and chief of staff are both on the record. K. Prime Minister Liz Truss, during an interview with the BBC, said she was "sorry for the mistakes that have been made" in reference to the September 2022 United Kingdom mini-budget.But then the next morning rolls around and her friend drags her along to meet her mom―the hot, older woman Cassie slept with. I was worried I wasn’t going to like it because this starts with a literal bang and that’s just not my favorite. Imagine her surprise when she walks into the restaurant and discovers Parker's Mom is her steamy hook-up from the night before. A review in The Guardian described the book as "excellent" and suggests the quotation, "If mistakes were made, memory helps us remember that they were made by someone else,” should be printed on autobiographies and political memoirs as a warning to the public.

Cassie liked the juxtaposition of Erin’s smirk and her blush, like the woman was confident but not used to being hit on. But let's just say their body and hearts caught on faster than their brains did about what was happening between them. It was strange when Erin and Cassie would talk about part of the 'thrill' being the danger of Parker catching them - eugh.Erin has been influenced negatively by how she was brought up so she felt the need to do what was expected of her most of the time but with Cassie, she felt she could be free more. It wasn't perfect obviously (hence the 'good girl' comment and some strange dialogue) but overall, I enjoyed it. I know some people have a hard time reading about characters who make decisions you would never make in a million years, but that’s life, and everyone goes through their own paths. I have seen it attributed to both Nixon and Reagan, but I can't figure out the real history of this. When Cassie Klein goes to an off-campus bar to escape her school’s Family Weekend, she isn’t looking for a hookup—it just happens.



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