The house seemed to call out to her....It was as if it had a secret it wanted to share with Bridget. Someone else might have called it creepy, sitting there, dilapidated and unused, deep in the country woods. But Bridget felt welcome there. Outside the cottage, there was nothing magical about her life. Her mother and died five years before. Her adoptive father and unsympathetic new baby-sitter had decided not to go to the beach-her favorite place-for the summer. The twins were always teasing her about her weight. Only her younger borther Morgan seened to love her, but he has never spoken-and her father was threatening to send him off to a hospital. But then Bridget disocvered the house and learned some suprising facts about her adoption, about her natural parents and about her silent younger brother....This novel is crammed with action.