Addiction is a serious matter and Jason is slowly learning that lesson.
Jason Young is the newest member of the Riverside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center, which is just about as terrible as it sounds, if you ask him. He doesn’t see why the judge sentenced him to the podunk town of Escape, Colorado. The center is outside of town near Crimson Ridge, cut off from the outside world, because no one wants to be associated with it. He may only be there an agonizing 6 months until he turns 18, but that doesn’t make it any better. He just hopes it’s bearable.
Everything begins to change once he meets Tabitha Blackwell.
She’s been there for a few months now, having spent her 17th birthday cooped up between the walls of the girls’ cabin. She talks about finally being free and one day getting away from Riverside. There’s a dark side to her that Jason’s drawn to, but sometimes a person’s dark side isn’t what you think. Their inner demons may be similar, but it’s difficult to tell whose are screaming louder.