"I've been watching you. You laugh too freely. You laugh when you need to cry. You make jokes when you need a listening ear."
Even whimsical Christi Bell does what any sane young woman would do when a bizarre man wearing an army trench coat and goggles says such things to her -- she runs. Still the haunting words resonate. The stranger seems to know her, to understand her. Only one man has ever known her very essence... and that man has been dead for exactly one year.
Despite friends' warnings, Christi investigates. She discovers peculiar things, like the stranger lives in a beat-up old trailer that resembles her toaster. She begins to understand him. But is he a stalker or a protector? If a protector, from what is he shielding her? When Christi learns a disturbing truth, she banishes him from her life. Yet nothing erases the eerie knowledge that they are connected. Now she must find him before year's end in order to banish her own demons...
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Christi Bell is a young women who laughs when she needs to cry, who runs away when she needs to let others help her, and who would rather smile than to show how upset she is. I can relate to Christi in many ways which is probably why I finished the book. Brent is a man who trying to own up to his past ends up pushing the one women he has loved out of his life. This book was a little drawn out for my taste but it did have a nicely written plot that when it catches your undivided attention doesn't let it go. I liked the development of how this story went especially in regards to "the predator" and I really like how the book ended. I just wasn't that crazy about the information that was used in order to draw the book out more. This was a great weakened read for many mystery romance lovers.