"His lips were a flame, burning me with every touch. His hands were too rough as he ripped at my clothes, his nails scraping my ribcage as my shirt came up and over my head. The smell of cigarettes and cologne nearly made me gag as well fell onto his unmade bed, but I didn't care. I never did. I kissed him back and pulled at his pants that would soon be around his ankles. "
Sayre Alabauser has not told anyone what happened over the summer. All anyone knows is that Sayre is dead and all that lives on is a shell of her body. Her parents are too busy, brushing her behavior on her 'being a teenager' and her older brother is away at college. The only person who truly is watching Sayre waste away is her best friend, Delaney. Delaney watches as she wastes away on alcohol and jumps from bed to bed. She tries to help, but ultimately has no idea what to do other than stand on the sidelines. Ultimately Delaney must make a decision; get Sayre's family involved or watch Sayre kill herself.
Watch as two young girls try and make it in a world where boys aren't nice and society brushes broken girls under the rug. Read page after page of desperation as one girl tries to cope with a tragic secret while the other desperately tried and be a friend to someone who pushes her away again and again.
This book belongs to Briana Carter.