Tony Driscoll seems like the perfect boyfriend Ė until rumors start circulating about his motherís tragic death and his violent behavior in past romantic relationships. College freshman Megan McCleod brushes off the rumors at first, but she canít ignore the fact that there is something really strange about Tony asking her to marry him on their third date. When Megan experiences a series of dangerous accidents, she begins to wonder about her new relationship. Could Tony be responsible? Has his love for her taken an obsessive, psychopathic turn? Can she find out the truth about Tony before itís too late?
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Tony ducked behind a tree when he saw Meganís roommate come out of their dorm. He swore silently and hoped that she hadnít seen him. He didnít think so. She would be trouble. He was sure of that. She just wasnít as nice as Megan was. The roommate looked at him with contempt, but Megan looked at him as she would a savior. He helped her pick up the pieces when she was falling apart.
Okay, so it was a little stupid to get out from under the shadows and stand in the middle of the sidewalk. But once he found out what Meganís room number was, he just had to find her window. And she didnít disappoint him. He saw her looking out at him. Was there the faintest hint of a smile on her lips? He hoped there was. That friend wasnít smiling, though. She was definitely going to cause trouble for him, and maybe even for his relationship with Megan. He would stop her from interfering, no matter what he had to do. He had done it before, and he would do it again.
His aunt stared at him for a few minutes. He wondered if she knew that he was lying. Finally, she spoke.
ďTony, youíre nineteen now. Youíre not a child anymore. I want you to tell me all you know. I want to know the truth before I leave this earth, and that may not be very far off now. Robertís not here. He canít feed you any answers. What happened that day your mother died?Ē