Hannah and her younger sister Meg are trapped in a blizzard, home alone, phone and radio dead, a mass murderer on the loose and miles from the nearest neighbor. A knock on the door and two strangers burst into the house, wounded, bleeding and nearly frozen to death. Hannah can't turned them away but makes them promise to leave in the morning but they stay, insisting the girls need protection. Wary of Lance's brooding good looks, Hannah is drawn to Jonathon's reassuring presence. Until the dog and the axe disappeared-and the girls wondered "protection from whom?"
this book is awsome it is chills up spine book if you know what i mean?
The phone and the radio were dead, but they'd already heard the news: a mass murderer was on the loose. Hannah and her younger sister, Meg, were miles from the nearest neighbor, trapped in a raging blizzard, home alone. When two wounded, bleeding strangers show up, Hannah doesn't know whether to help them or turn them away.
One of my favorite books by one of my favorite authors. Exellent suspense/thriller for teens.