Child Protective Service worker Sadey Collins is back to doing what she does best – annoy clients and tick off drug dealers. After years of broken promises, she’s finally building a relationship with her father. But underlying jealousy and unresolved guilt creates a small wall between Sadey and her sister that she must work hard emotionally to tear down. Just as it seems that her hard work is beginning to pay off and her life is settling down to a nice routine, she finds that her happiness is once again short-lived.
Murder, kidnapping, drive-by shootings and explosions once again leave Sadey badly injured and under round-the-clock protection and continuous hovering from her rock solid, drop-dead gorgeous fiancé, Chase. But it doesn’t stop there. With a house full of friends and family, another surgery and a killer on the loose, the stress is building. But it takes a four-year-old little girl and an ex-con to break it all loose.
Follow along as strangers become friends, friends become family and a killer takes a journey through the hills of West Virginia; his biggest mistake being that he thinks he can outsmart a couple of ticked-off detectives and a sheriff with a vendetta. But don’t settle back in too quickly – you might find an ending that leaves more questions than answers.