The trouble with mistakes is they never really go away, no matter how much you wish they would. And train wrecks like Frances Kensington always make the front page…
Frances Kensington has a hard time forgetting her mistakes, and an even harder time not making new ones. This makes life as a teenage heiress difficult, especially when all your mistakes are headlining news.
While living life in the spotlight, Frances struggles to come to terms with an accident she was involved with last summer—an accident that ended with the death of a classmate. The guilt becomes overpowering at times, yet her parents are oblivious to her cries for help…Except when her mistakes begin to spiral out of control.
The only person Frances can truly rely on is her best friend, Lena. But does she want to burden Lena with her mistakes, or keep her chaotic thoughts to herself? It isn’t considered lying if you never talk about it, right?
Frances tries to make sense of her inner turmoil when she meets the charming Noah. He’s sweet and honest and everything Frances needs, but is he too good to be true? Or will he just turn into another one of her mistakes?
To complicate her life more, Frances begins finding mysterious threats that bring her back to the accident last summer. Are they just a sick joke, or has someone really come back to make her pay for what she did?
Frances only wants to stay out of trouble, but the trouble with mistakes is once you make one, it’s hard to stop yourself from making more…And sometimes trying to fix things only makes them worse.