Bailey Carter is one girl you don't want to mess with. With a father that was murdered, a mother dead from breast cancer, and a brother who died on a tour to Afghanistan, Bailey knows how low you can really go.
But moving to a small town in Wyoming, with her abusive step-dad Drake and a little boy named Ollie, isn't what it's cracked up to be when a young, local officer catches her eye.
While trying to hide her home life from the people of this small town and provide a sensible life for Ollie, Bailey learns that not everyone is as they seem. That everyone has their dark past.
While she has no intentions of sharing hers, she learns quite a bit about the town she's in. And how much they've actually suffered.
In this novel, the trials of self-acceptance and self-worth are vital in Bailey's ability to move forward. And the only way to do that is to be able to answer this question she's been asking all along.