She's Killing Herself From The Inside Out
Lacey grew up with a family where only her brother loved her. She could handle bullies at school and when they would stalk her on the internet. She could ignore her parents with ease. Life was okay for her. She was one year from moving out when all of a sudden ... BAM!
Her whole life is changed. She's only seventeen and the whole school hates her. She has no friends. She starts believing the rumors that everyone says behind her back and in front of her face. They say she is fat, ugly, a total waste of space, and that no one wants her. It becomes too much. Lacey begins to starve herself in order to please the people that will never be pleased. She's dying. And no one, not even her brother cares enough to stop it.
But what happens when an old friend of her father's comes to town and his son, Carson, is taking a liking in Lacey? Lacey doesn't know this as she falls for another man and their troubles are only beginning. Together they try to make the troubling climb to stardom and when everything finally seems to work out, everything falls apart again. Lacey is growing weaker and weaker with each passing hour and Carson - knowing that he is her best friend - he is trying to stop this. He needs to show her that she was beautiful. He needs to show her she was loved by her boyfriend, best friend, and fans. He needs to show her she was alive and still can be.