Finding You is the explosive, twisting conclusion of Agony of Being Me, young adult, coming of age romance. Zoe has definitely come of age. Her body survived a brutal attack, but her soul has yet to recover. Deeply embedded emotional scars have changed the course of her life, influencing the once levelheaded girl's future. Haunted by loss and tragic memories, she struggles to fight her way through an urban high school so different from the suburban haven in which she grew up. Living with raucous cousins, Nino and Nina, she's quickly transformed from innocent to seasoned, soft-hearted to hard-headed, discarding her dreams of college and law school. Music is her only salvation. She buries herself in writing lyrics, and composing songs on her acoustic guitar. Believing life as a rockstar sensation will make her whole again, she wangles herself into Chasing Dinero, a local band, grudgingly tolerated as songwriter and backup singer. But fame does not come without a price. There's Richie Santana, dark and dangerous. Denny Brisk, smooth, sexy and flirtatious. Touring in a bomb of a bus called Big Blooper, Zoe learns the hard way the lifestyle of rockers. Should she give her heart or save it for a one and only, or is he just a dream? Jesse delays entering art school in order to keep his family service station operational so he can afford the home no longer occupied by his parents or reckless brother Jamie. Jesse vents his frustrations with a paint brush and a series of sexual encounters with a variety of women. Kirby enters his life, pulling every string off her bikini, luring Jesse to Miami where he's promised a dream job with the magazine for which she works. Jesse's not about to settle down, especially with Kirby, so he heads for his dad's ranch in Texas where a song brings him home.