"Rewarding and powerful . . . an affecting and insightful portrait of recovery.”

                                             -Publisher’s Weekly



Lexi and Taylor have been best friends since kindergarten.  Lexi is beautiful and Taylor is fun; they are the perfect duo.  But everything changes the night Lexi’s face goes through the windshield of the car Taylor’s brother is driving.  Now Lexi must not only recover from her injuries but also come to terms with what happened—and what she saw—right before the accident.  

With help from some unexpected sources, Lexi navigates he complexities of love and friendship as she struggles to see herself as more than just a pretty face.

Natasha Friend’s smart, funny, and unfailingly honest novel will leave you pondering this question long after you read the final page: If you lost the one thing that defined you, who would you be?