Beige Parker needs saving. At least that’s what everyone else in her life believes. From her overprotective parents to her slightly judgmental best friend, it seems each person has an opinion about who she should be and where she should be going. Even the local psychic tells her she has a destiny and begins to secretly help her study the tarot, cards to interpret the future that she can somehow instinctively read.
But it’s only when Beige meets Sam Reece that she begins to worry she might actually be in trouble. Sam makes her feel things she’s never experienced before, even with her boyfriend Ethan. He’s guarded one minute, open the next, and protective of her in a way that scares her. He encourages her to pursue the cards and open herself to her intuition, but is Sam leading her down the right path, or is he the danger the voice in her head keeps warning her about.
At a time when she feels no one knows the real her, can Beige decide her own fate? Should she follow the safe advice of her family, or listen to her friend who wants to push her into things she might not be ready for? Is Sam really trying to help her, or is he the one responsible for dangerous situations in which she keeps finding herself? In the end, who will be responsible for saving Beige?