Bailey Carter is one girl you don't want to mess with. With a father that was murdered, a mother dead from breast cancer, and a brother who died on a tour to Afghanistan, Bailey knows how low you can really go. But moving to a small town in Wyoming, with her abusive step-dad Drake and a little boy named Ollie, isn't what it's cracked up to be when a young, local officer catches her eye. While trying to hide her home life from the people of this small town and provide a sensible life for Ollie, Bailey learns that not everyone is as they seem. That everyone has their dark past. While she has no intentions of sharing hers, she learns quite a bit about the town she's in. And how much they've actually suffered. In this novel, the trials of self-acceptance and self-worth are vital in Bailey's ability to move forward. And the only way to do that is to be able to answer this question she's been asking all along. "Why Me?"