Lindsay looks and acts like the perfect fifteen
year–old, but she's hiding a dirty little secret that
no amount of fashionista coverings can make better. Telling
her mother her step–father is molesting her is not an
option. Trying to kill herself again haunts her more than
the scars on her wrists, and pretending to be perfect at
school might very well drive her over the edge.
Megan knows all about lying. It's been part of her life
ever since she realized the only way to escape her
poverty–stricken neighborhood was to work hard, keep
her mouth shut and wear a mask no one can penetrate. All
that changes when Lindsay befriends her.
Can two girls who have little in common discover the
value of a real friendship or will the secrets they dare
not speak destroy them both?