“When your family isn’t your actual family, but one person is”
“Think positive,” Raelyn tells herself as she walks through the doors of her junior year. She is determined to have a fantastic year at her new high school, but that changes once she gets dumped by her long-term boyfriend. She shakes it off, still feeling confident, until this selfless student begins picking on her for positive attitude. It makes her twin brother, Bradyn, furious, but it doesn’t faze her at all.
While trying to figure out why her boyfriend ended things unexpectedly, Raelyn realizes the truth. It leaves her shocked. So shocked that she didn’t know she fell in love with the boy who hurt her too. And that’s only the start. The twins later find out some conflicting and unbelievable news, leaving more broken hearts and even broken families.
Bradyn tells Raelyn that he doesn’t know how to be positive anymore, but will she feel the same? After everything that has happened so far, will it get better or worse?