She's always been a good girl and has been actively involved in church from a young age. That's how her mom met her stepdad, Reverend Phillip Schafer. After the two get married, Christine finds her bond with her mother quickly slipping away. To make matters worse, they decide to uproot her just before her senior year and move from the tiny town of Linden, Ohio to Nashville, Tennessee. She hated leaving her friends and church behind, but it doesn't matter. She has nowhere else to go.
Without any explanation, she finds herself shunned by the youth leadership at their new church. She begins falling in with the wrong crowd and making friends with the most unlikely people. She must discover her own strengths as well as the secret inner lives of people she's never even looked twice at before.
During her senior year of high school, she learns that growing up means questioning where you come from, choosing where you go and realizing that things are not always what they seem.
A bad boy football player from the wrong side of the tracks, he has a reputation for being a player and develops an interest in "Pristine Christine." It doesn't take long for him to make his first pass at her during a wild rave that she wasn't even supposed to be at. Pushing and shoving him away doesn't stop him.
He becomes determined to conquer what no one else has. His mouthy, arrogant attitude gets him nowhere as Christine ignores his behavior. With time running out and rumors flying around the school, he's got to find a way to break down that wall.