It's a hot afternoon in the middle of summer, and one young teenager has run out of things to do. It's too hot to do something outside, and she doesn't feel like wasting any more time on the internet. Her brother's - doing something, she's not entirely sure what, but he's definitely not here right now and won't be back until later. Her parents are at work, there's no interesting movies out, all of the channels on TV have nothing but garbage. She's too young to drive to go anywhere.
She had gotten so bored that she had actually sat down and finished her summer reading. The required essays are neatly formatted and in the folder next to her bookbag for when she'll need it in a month. A month. No one finishes their summer reading a month before school starts without a parent incessantly nagging them unless they are really bored.
Yvette is really bored.
While she's already chewed through most of the books in her family's library, maybe there's one or two she's missed. She goes looking for one that could amuse her for an hour or two until she figures out something better to do augh.