It was ironic, because when she had started writing the last thing on her mind had been starting a career. It was the year she turned nineteen, the year of The Incident, the year that changed everything. J.T. had been furious. Even her mother had made a rare appearance — more to grab her share of the publicity than out of any real maternal instinct.
Mason and Susan had gotten married.
She’d gotten therapy.
No one had gone to jail or, worse, rehab.
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