For eight years Grae Jordan has been trapped in a hell of her own making. After her youthful involvement in a tragic accident, she spirals from the privileged life she was born into, to the lowest stratum of society. Grae inhabits a stone, adorned with tattoos, metal, and multiple convictions for minor crimes that keep her old world at bay. But the stone begins to crack when she rescues and cares for a skinny street kid named Marcus. When Grae is arrested for defending herself and Marcus against an attack, it appears to be yet another nadir in her hard luck life. But instead, her birth family and an assortment of new friends are determined to chip away at her stone exterior as they fight to free her from the years of despair and desperation. The prospect of redemption and even love are tantalizingly within reach, when tragedy strikes. Will Grae run again, as she’s been doing for eight long years? Or will the love of family, friends, and one special woman, be enough to halt her flight?