Rhonda, recently out of college and on her way to a job interview, is sitting in her blue Honda at a gas station when she sees someone in a rabbit suit kidnap a young girl out of car near by. The absurdity of the rabbit suit has her momentarily perplexed, keeping her from stopping the crime. The guilt she feels from her inaction propels her to help with the investigation. But as she gets closer and closer to finding out who the kidnapper is, she also gets closer to uncovering the truth behind the disappearance of, Lizzy, her childhood best friend who went missing when they were young girls. As she revisits her past and is in a race to find the kidnapper in the present, old romances are rekindled, people from her past turn out to be different that what they seemed, and redemtion is found for a long lost friend.
As she did in Promise Not to Tell, McMahon builds suspense by going back in forth in time and connecting the two horrible crimes. As the reader is pulled deeper into the story, it seems no one can be trusted and there is always more to people than what's on the surface. The creepy and shocking ending will have audiences eager for more from this great new author.