This book is the third in the “Creating Personal Safety Series”. It is intended to educate youth and teens (and others who work with adolescents) about the risks of being exploited sexually by their peers and/or becoming a victim of human trafficking. It depicts a teen who innocently gets involved with a new friend who then invites her to a party. The party turns into a photo shoot. The photographers are friends of her older brother, boys with ill-intentions. There are no graphic images or details, but the story clearly relays what is taking place and role models what teens and youth should do if they ever find themselves in this situation. It has a good ending, supporting teens to be self-reflective and assertive when experiencing peer pressure. Psycho-educational pieces are included throughout. This book can be read by the youth alone or with a caregiver or therapist.