Kerry is good at running, both long distance and away from her problems. With divorced parents, life is easier that way. If you just leave, the problem is solved. Or at least she doesn’t have to deal with it anymore. But Kerry has a chance for a track scholarship to college if she sticks around. Sticking around means becoming a part of things, getting involved, caring, and that’s when things start getting strange. A little boy has disappeared, and someone is leaving Kerry disgusting gifts. Instead of helping, the cop on the case asks her out. Kerry would just leave but she’s tired of running away and this time, she does get involved—a decision that may cost her more than she’s willing to pay. Because she has become the next target.