Becca's senior year is hardly what she expected. Her mother has left home, and Becca is stuck in New York with her overprotective, critical father. She feels abandoned and alone -- until she meets Mark.
Mark is tender and understanding, and soon he and Becca become inseparable! But Becca's father is always between them, putting limits on Becca and treating her like a child.
Can Mark help convince Becca to stand up for herself, and to convince her father that she can be trusted?