Sage returned from reform school with hopes that her life could get back on track and that she could finally get along with her family. And things seemed okay for the past few years. But when a run in with her old rival sends her parents into a neurotic frenzy she forced to battle with them as they try to keep her locked away with over-baring punishments and high strung demands. But with support from an old friend and long time crush, the otherworldly handsome librarian Dublin, Sage discovers that her parents aren't as perfect as they make themselves seem when she discovers the reason she never felt like she fit in with her family was because she didn't. As Sage hunts for truths of her parent's lies and feeling abandoned by those who truly cared for her, she falls back into old, delinquent ways of partying and drugs and starts unearthing other truths about herself that are otherworldly. The gruesome death of her parents in a house fire that Sage nearly survived sets a series of events in motion and Sage's hunt for self identification turns into something much bigger then herself as she uncovers pieces of her past and learns that she may not even be from the world she was raised in and that all these events are leading up to her inevitable birth right: death.