The guidance counselor suggests to Payton to pick a focus object, something to help her express her emotions. Payton picks Sean Grinswold's head.
Throughout the process, Payton begins having a crush on Sean.
Payton hasn't told anyone about her dad except her best friend Jac.
One day Payton goes on a bike ride with Sean, in order to find out more about him. During the ride, Payton tells Sean everything.... except how he is her focus object.
Sean tells Payton he will help her prepare for a bike-a-thon to raise money for MS.
Throughout the story, Payton learns to deal with her dad's MS, her boy-crazy best friend Jac, learns more about Sean and discovers who she is as a person.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I had a very difficult time putting it down. I thought the story if how Payton dealt with her dad's MS and tried to do something about it was inspiring. If you are able to help raise money to fight off a disease, you should. I also liked how the story had such great details and you could picture what was going on in your mind. If you like romantic, dramatic, life changing novels and you re 13- 15 years old, you should read this book.
Well, I have to go read another book,