We meet Scarlet as she runs away from a wilderness camp for troubled youth. Her attempt is a failure, and she is brought back to the group of disgruntled teens, who seem to think little of Scarlet. As she hikes the hills of wilderness, we learn that prior to the camp, Scarlet has been living with her dad, a single parent, and his young girlfriend, Scarlet's former tutor. Feeling not wanted and insignificant, Scarlet started falling in with the wrong crowd. At the advice of Scarlet's therapist, her dad decided to send her to an elite, fix-your-kid, wilderness camp. While at the camp, Scarlet is haunted by her childhood memories of her parents' troubled relationship and her mother's tragic death. To the dismay of her counselors, Scarlet appears to make no effort to get better. A new girl, Dylan, is brought in to join the group. Dylan quickly befriends Scarlet and they immediately form a bond. As their relationship begins to blossom, Scarlet gains a friend, whom she can trust with her family secrets that have tormented her for years and at one point drove her to attempt a suicide. The girls start developing feelings for each other and Scarlet starts changing her outlook on life. Just when it seems that the girls' emotional scars are healed by their newfound love, Scarlet discovers the true nature of Dylan's presence at the camp. Heartbroken and devastated, she is contemplating another suicide. But Scarlet is about to discover that the end is only the beginning.