Seventeen-year-old Scout Ramsey's life is a mess. With a dead father and a junkie mom, she can't imagine things can get worse. Then her mother tries to sell her for a bag of meth. After her mom's arrest, Scout's forced to switch schools in the middle of senior year. Scared and alone, she pours her heart into her journal and dreams of the day she turns eighteen. For Wyatt Campbell, senior year is predictable purgatory. Then the new girl steals his seat in history class, and suddenly, school's not so bad. They bond through their love of music, and Wyatt finds himself falling hard for the journal-loving girl with the sad blue eyes. Wyatt's heard the rumors. He knows Scout's had it rough. He's determined to be the one thing in her life that's easy. In this captivating teen novel, Sydney Logan weaves a touching story that tackles the heartbreak of addiction, the power of forgiveness, and the wonders of first love.