Don't rush on anything. If the time is right, it will happen.
I've always known I was meant to get out of the dead-end side of town where I was born. Trevor is my plan. He's from the right side of the tracks and I always knew he was going somewhere, so I want to hang on for the ride. But if I'm going to impress an experienced, wealthy guy and convince him I'm a keeper, I need to be more confident, and definitely not a virgin. That's when I turn to Sam. My best friend for as long as I can remember, Sam has always been there for me, and I hope he will again. One night with him and I'll be ready for Trevor. Only, when that one night is over, I'm not sure about my plan anymore.
I've loved Rae since the day I met her, I just never told her. We've been by each other's sides through everything and watched as each other struggled to find our way in our hometown. I can't blame her for wanting more. But I hate to see her with that guy. He's everything I've always hated about the rich guys from high school and now he's got his hands on Rae. Our arrangement seems like the perfect opportunity, until I realize I might not only lose the love of my life, but my best friend also.