Trip's best friend and band leader is dead. Now Trip is on trial for criminal negligence. Although the court does find him innocent, his fans and conscience scream otherwise. Guilt and social media are tearing him apart, until a new songbook speaks to him as though the songs were written specifically for him and his internal struggles. And they were.
Aya Rose also knows what it's like to carry the burden of guilt. Powerless to change an outcome or sway a public opinion. Her empathy and heart cries out to Trip. When he responds to her, she wonders if she can afford to get involved. To take a chance that her secrets will not only be exposed, but also threaten her freedom.
Will guilt by association destroy Trip and Aya, or will it lead to something they never dreamed possible?