Coldness is in the eyes of the beholder.... Is Jena Parker a cold person? Does something dark curl within her, waiting to spring? It doesn't appear so on the surface. Actually, Jena Parker seems blessed: She is young and beautiful. She has parents who love her and a supportive best friend, Jake Paterson, who always has her back. Even so, there is a creeping sensation she feels inside-something hopeless, something dark. Worse, it seems her neighbor is spying on her. One day, Jena catches the strange Mr. McNeil watching her. The man has always made Jena uncomfortable, but w more than ever, she feels something bad might happen. Her life takes a dark turn just as Jake reveals he loves her. But Jena doesn't see Jake that way and is worried he could ruin their friendship forever with his confession. Things take ather turn for the worse when Jena's father life is in jeopardy. Someone is out to get her, and she kws it. Even her dreams are warning her to beware, but what does Jena have to fear more-predators who mean to harm or her internal monster, poised to attack? Even a nice, rmal girl can be pushed over the edge by horrendous circumstance. What is Jena willing to do to stop this darkness from happening? With one left to trust, Jena Parker may lose more than a parent; she could possibly lose her mind.