In a fast-paced series of events, Joyce Scarbrough writes a beautiful story about the troubles of adolescent kids getting a taste of the real world. The plot is well-structured in a detailed exposition and rising action. The climax and resolution were rushed and vague on details explaining the events playing out. Small scenes that foreshadowed important events should have more detail that gives the reader better comprehension of the plot without relaying too much information. The story was very interesting and addressed topics engaging to a wide range of readers.