Sara is thirty years old but still afraid of the dark. And the dark of a northern Minnesota lake cabin can be intense. Was it her own fear that conjured up the ghostly image of a girl in a white dress? Scared and confused, Sara retreats to the cabin where she, her husband, Jake, and their best friends, Lily and Mark, have escaped fast-paced, hectic lives for a week of relaxation. Only something is wrong. Her worst fears are coming true. The trip is cut short and days later, she learns no one has seen Lily since they left the cabin. After suffering from recurring nightmares, she fears may be true, Sara contacts the police. While helping with the investigation, she finds herself falling for Derek, the handsome detective in charge of the case. Sara's heart seems to be completely out of her control. With trust and relationships under stress, Sara struggles to rebuild her life, but finds she can't ... not until she finds Lily.
Normal? What’s that? Sara’s life is anything but normal. To start, her delicious, new boyfriend, Derek, needs her help. Sara was a witness to his sister’s shooting; when she uses herself as bait, all goes wrong. Now Sara’s life is in danger, and she fears Derek, may not find her in time. And that’s just the beginning! The fabulous, rich, and beautiful, Miss Kitty also needs her assistance. Sara tries to tell her that she has none of the skills needed to help her, but Miss Kitty insists! And what Miss Kitty wants-Miss Kitty gets! When Sara’s new friend Tannya, the sassy waitress at the local diner finds out, she wants in on all of it! She lives for the excitement that seems to follow Sara. It turns out, the small town of Nisswa, Minnesota that she lives in, lacks excitement, or does it? All Sara wants is one drama free weekend. What she gets is just another day of, criminals, drugs, guns, knives…. and hot, sexy cops. Ya know… all the normal stuff.
Watch out! Sara’s not messing around anymore. She is sick and tired of it….tired of being the good girl, tired doing the right thing, tired of doing exactly what everyone expects of her. Her alter-ego is out to have some fun, and Sara is going to let it happen. It’s kind of fun being the bad girl, until you get caught, that is.