We sit in a corner booth next to the jukebox. Ali pulls money from her purse and goes to get sodas and nachos. But forget it—she can’t bribe me with $1.50 day old chips and caffeine. Anyone in here might know my parents, and if I get caught, I’m never going to be allowed to leave the house again. Not to mention the little run in on the sidewalk with Danny. He could be pissed and getting his pose of hoes primed to kick the crap out of me for ruining his jacket. Being here is not worth the effort or stress. We have to get out of here before we get caught, or something really bad happens.
Growing old with the man she loves—in the small town where she was born—is the only dream Lauren McIntosh has ever had; that is until her family is practically run out of town amidst rumors of arson and adultery. So, when she meets Danny at her new school and hears the rumors about his activities from her new friends, she wants nothing to do with him or the gossip that seems to follow Danny everywhere. After a dangerous and ill-fated attempt at sneaking out, she develops unwelcomed feelings for Danny that he seems to reciprocate. But, Danny’s unrelenting pursuit makes Lauren nervous, especially since he's the only one that wants to know the secrets surrounding her family’s move. Lauren can't tell if Danny's intentions are true or if he has other plans for their newfound and unlikely friendship. The only way to figure out is to let him in and that could destroy everything, including the popularity and social acceptance she desperately seeks.
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