After losing my mother in an auto accident during my senior year, my eyes opened to a different world. Alone at 18, my hard work and plans for college changed in an instant. I didn't know how to live, how to feel, how to exist. One look in his sapphire eyes brought the spinning confusion to a stop. Little did I know, he wasn't who I thought he was, and neither was I.
The last big drag race of my senior year changed my world. I lost three of the most important people in my life and I couldn't move on. College was no longer part of my future, and the past wouldn't allow me to leave my hometown. Then I glanced the look in her soulful, brown eyes and I understood why, but could she handle the ghostly truth about my past, about me, about who she was?