Kaycee has followed in her mother's footsteps and has a fear that someone is always watching her. When she arrives home one day she is greeted by a camera flash. There is a camera on her dining room table and Kaycee has no idea how it got there. When Kaycee looks at it there is a picture of a dead man. Kaycee races to the police. When they arrive to check her house there is no camera and no evidence that anyone has gotten into her house. That evening Kaycee's friend's daughter disappears. Nobody knows where she could be. Between Hannah's disappearance and the constant feeling of being watched Kaycee begins to feel she is losing touch with reality. Will the police believe that Kaycee is being watched or will they chalk it up to her paranoia and fear?
This was such a great mystery/suspense! I loved the psychological thriller aspect of the whole story. The wrap-up was totally a surprise to me and totally genius! Brandilyn Collins definitely knows how to draw the reader into the characters nightmares and makes you feel their fears and frustrations. I'm definitely a fan of this authors and must read more of her books!