Hadley Weathers is a good girl. She doesn't drink or swear, and she defiantly doesn't smoke. She's comfortable in her flip-flops and tee's. Hadley's finally made it to Senior year of high school, away from her drunken father and dark past of her disappearing mother.
Then she meets Joey Xavier. He's lean, cut, and covered in tattoos. He tears his way through school with every girl and makes money but keeps jumping jobs. There's not one girl who isn't dying to be with Joey and who isn't oblivious to how incredibly stupid they are. But then he meets Hadley. And little does he realize how much he'd do for her after that short time of staying together. Or that he's willing to share his darkest and dangerous secret with her. Nor does Hadley see her chance to survive Senior year, which is Joey himself. Either way, neither of them can see that they've met their match.
I'm a teenager and I have an amazing imagination. That's all you need to know.