A woman escapes an abusive relationship with her young daughter, only to be stalked and victimized again years later. Is it the same abuser or is there someone else who is out to get her?
Chevy Stevens’ latest psychological thriller, like most of her books, will keep you guessing up until the very end. Protagonist Lindsey Nash has spent the last decade trying to rebuild a life for herself and her daughter. Despite Lindsey’s best efforts, someone is trying to tear apart that life piece by piece. Is it her ex-husband or someone else with a vendetta against her?
Eleven-years ago, Lindsey finally built up enough courage and resources to leave her abusive marriage. She escaped into the night with her young daughter in tow and settled in a small town in Vancouver. Her husband was sent to jail and Lindsey was able to breathe for a little while. But now, he’s out of prison and in search of a relationship with his now teen aged-daughter. Are his intentions pure, or is he bent on getting revenge? Lindsey has the feeling she’s being followed, then she suspects someone broke into her house and used her computer. As Lindsey’s panic levels start to rise, so do the frequency and severity of the incidents. The main suspect is Lindsey’s ex, but a few other characters can’t be ruled out, including her daughter’s new-and-already-very-possessive boyfriend. Lindsey starts to question all of the relationships that she’s built in the past few years. Who can she count on and who should she be suspicious of? Will she find out before it’s too late?