His Own Worst Enemy

How do you protect your friend, when they are the one who is destroying themselves Whiny, bratty, petulant Andy was accustomed to having people call him all those and worse They all just see him as the poor, rich boy who doesn t know how lucky he has it But, then they know nothing about him at all.Not only did he make a huge mistake that changed his life forever, but heHow do you protect your friend, when they are the one who is destroying themselves Whiny, bratty, petulant Andy was accustomed to having people call him all those and worse They all just see him as the poor, rich boy who doesn t know how lucky he has it But, then they know nothing about him at all.Not only did he make a huge mistake that changed his life forever, but he has no adult to turn to for help Sure, he has his friends but they are just teenagers like him Andy finds himself floundering worse than ever as he sinks deeper into depression.Will Andy s friends be able to help him in time, or will Andy finally give into his darkest impulse of all the one that he will never be able to come back from
His Own Worst Enemy How do you protect your friend when they are the one who is destroying themselves Whiny bratty petulant Andy was accustomed to having people call him all those and worse They all just see him as th

  • Title: His Own Worst Enemy
  • Author: Stephani Hecht
  • ISBN: 9781771113397
  • Page: 475
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “His Own Worst Enemy”

    1. Although the series story line is above average, this book is so fraught with problems, the least of which are the dozens of sentences with missing words. Some examples:Due to some living trust, James' house is in his mother's name, then it's in his father's name. Devlin complains he's sick of the sushi his cook was packing all the time for his school lunch but doesn't seem to be able to tell his him/her to pack something different. Andy comes out of hiding after his beating and possible gang ra [...]

    2. Reviewed for Hearts On Fire ReviewsWhen will selfish parents realize what they do to their children? Well, probably never. The only hope is that the children will grow up and do better by those they love. Andy is a rich kid but he never comes across as being whiny and bratty, at least in the short time we get to see him here (at least he didn’t for me). I thought the blurb a little misleading because the “huge mistake” he made wasn’t actually his mistake in my opinion, other than maybe t [...]

    3. Reviewed by:Lucy Genre: M/M Contemporary Rated: 3.5 hearts Check out the review at: Hearts On Fire Reviews

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