Just two years ago, Annie's sister Mog was happily looking forward to graduation day, the excitement of college, and planning for the future.
But all Mog's dreams ended on the eve of her graduation. She was murdered.
Now Annie is about to finish high school. But how can she just go on, right at the point where her sister's life ended? Annie's not alone in her grief, but she finds little help from those who share her loss.
Her mother, unable to accept the tragedy, never speaks of what happened. Mog's boyfriend Bobby has become a good friend to Annie, yet her attraction to him leaves her feeling guilty and confused.
Can Annie ever begin to let go of the hurt, yet hold on to her happy memories of her sister?