I basically told Mom to get lost, but I didn’t think she’d actually do it.
When Sydney’s mother goes missing after an explosive argument, she struggles to cope with her clueless father, her secret relationship, and festering guilt. She’s almost relieved when two of her mother’s weirdo patients show up on her doorstep, demanding answers after the worst day of her life. But they’ve got secrets – maybe even deadly ones – of their own.
Just because I’m pissed at my therapist when she goes missing doesn’t make me responsible.
After a brief moment in the spotlight, Tori is convinced she’s a high-school washout. She definitely ticks all the boxes – drugs, drama, and therapy. When her therapist disappears, Tori is overwhelmed with guilt. She starts an investigation of her own, enlisting the help of the only other two people who might know what happened – and what didn’t.
Anthony just wants to be left alone, but his past won’t let him go. He knows what he’s capable of. The trouble is, no one else seems to believe him when he tries to warn them. His therapist didn’t, and look what happened to her…
They only befriended each other to clear their names. Keep your friends close, but potential murderers closer, right?