Callie Jones is not the kind of girl who gets drunk at school dances. Not with her scholarship on the line. And she certainly doesn’t hang around with the town bad boy, Rhett Butler—alone, at night. But these are the circumstances she finds herself in when she witnesses a king hit that lands the town golden boy in a coma.
With his criminal record and serious anger issues, no one is less surprised than Rhett when he is accused of throwing the punch. But he didn’t do it. And he knows Callie saw what really went down. He just has to convince ”the ice princess” to come forward. Except, she doesn’t seem all that interested in telling the truth. Especially when it lies so close to home.
Drawn together by violence, secrets, scandal, and heartache, Callie and Rhett become close even as the solution to their problems gets further away. Told from alternating perspectives, Beck Nicholas’s What I Saw deals with the sometimes impossible choices we make in the face of doing the right thing.