Bridget has a secret. One she keeps from everyone, even her husband. One that threatens to explode when her childhood music teacher, Carmichael, walks into her dress shop with a young girl on the cusp of adulthood, fresh-faced and pretty. She reminds Bridget of herself at that age, naive and vulnerable. Bridget wants him away from her, away from that girl. But Carmichael won't leave her alone, won't stop stalking her. Bridget's not a little girl anymore. And when he pushes her too far, she snaps. But what she thought was a decisive act only unravels more insidious threats - more than she could have ever imagined - from which no one is safe, not even her family.