When a teenage girl is photographed drunk at a party, and she's making a huge mistake, she must find a way to deal with the repercussions of her actions. Being in today's age, everyone has the ability to see the picture, and spreads to her whole class.
This story takes you on a journey in the life of not only a high school student who made a mistake, but also some adults who feel like they lost their way. Although I wasn't the biggest fan of this book, I felt the plot was real and understandable, but the author fell short. It didn't exactly meet up to the expectations I was hoping for. The characters are relatable, being a high schooler or an adult/parent, so you can understand each of their problems. But the story just plateau's and just stops. Not exactly my favorite, but still okay.