Several years ago tragedy struck Emma’s home, leaving her broken… like a cup with cracks spiraling and slithering around the edges. Slowly, bitterness crept in like tar, hardening between each fracture to resemble a deceitful wholeness.
She became a monster and targeted her venom on the sweetest person she could find: Trinity Nixon. Too bad the boy Emma longed for was Trinity’s brother.
Now, as Emma fights to win the heart of the boy who despises her, she’s forced to hide her demons. She paints her fragile cup in pinks, yellows, and oranges—all the colors of the sun. She paints on a smile, and an unusual sense of humor so that the world will view her as bright and cheerful when in reality she’s breaking.
But she’s completely unprepared for the acidic truth that melts away the tar, demolishing her shell, and awakening the Emma White buried deep inside.