Becca was thankful for a fresh start and for an out-of-state college that accepted her into its freshman class. She left behind a tiny, podunk town in the middle of nowhere, and a group of teenagers she had grown much too used to. While she tries to push all memories of her past and old hometown aside, she can’t help but notice when headlines begin reporting murders across the small town she so readily left. As bodies rack up, this begins to feel personal…almost as if targeting her exclusively. Becca can’t help but feel roped in. Soon, she’s torn between staying away and venturing back to see what part she plays in this end game. What will keep her safe?