Nineteen-year-old Jennifer Lundy, daughter of Reverend John Lundy, made the mistake of running away for three days with her boyfriend when she was sixteen. Once the apple of her father’s eye, now he no longer listens to her and doesn’t believe her when she tries to tell him that her present boyfriend, Robert Johnson – who has brown-nosed his way into being her father’s right hand man in his church – is not quite what he puts on to be. Outside the church and away from her father, Robert is controlling, belligerent and abusive. Jennifer is desperate to have her father believe, her. Although her mother, Ruth, knows she is telling the truth, she is so ingrained in her ways that it is difficult for her to speak out for her daughter. She tries, but he doesn’t want to listen. Then one day when Jennifer and Robert get into an argument in a local 7-Eleven everything begins to change. Daniel Forest comes in for a six-pack and can’t get to the cooler door because they are blocking his way. When he asks them to move, Robert becomes belligerent with him and soon finds himself sliding down the other side of the 7-Eleven wall. Daniel pays for his beer and leaves, but Jennifer can’t get his face out of her mind. What’s more, neither can he forget her. She is the first human female he has been attracted to since he was turned. Daniel is a vampire.