Summary: Blake Moss is a senior in high school who has an ordinary, uneventful life; standard, rowdy friends surrounding him, and the overall expectant life of an American adolescent. One day, however, as he is driving home from school, he notices a strange, bony and obviously homeless girl sitting alone on the side of the street. Everything about her is unwelcoming, from her deathly glare, ragged clothing and tangled hair to her skeleton-like figure and gaunt features. Merely by his humanly guilt and nagging conscience, Blake decides to offer an aiding hand to the helpless girl and parks his silver Mercedes. The moment he steps out of his car, the girl instantly tenses and rebukes him non-verbally, so he is immediately aware that his presence is entirely unwanted. Taking necessary precautions, Blake eventually manages to toss the girl a bag of food—little help, but it was all she would allow him to do. Since it is the middle of winter, Blake also gives her his leather jacket for better-supplemented warmth. Upon leaving, Blake returns to the girl that very next day and confronts her more confidently. He does not wish to see her suffer, and even though he’s positive that she will see him as a threat, Blake suggests escorting her to his apartment, at least until she is well-fed and given proper clothes. After much persuading and promising, he is finally able to convince her to get in his car. What seems like a friendly gesture and one-day event may soon turn into a gentle, erupting relationship unpredictably shaped by neither of them and transformed into a development amidst an unlikely circumstance.