You know when everything seems perfect except for that one little thing...like meeting your new foster family's catatonic teenage daughter. Spoiler alert...things AREN'T better and that former foster home is looking a whole lot better at that moment. In just a few chapters you get the sense of impending doom and gloom with this uber-attractive family who appears to be Margot's last hope. It's like having someone ask you if you want to open Golden Door #1, Silver Door #2 or Bronze Door #3 & yet they all suck. There's just no hope for getting out of this mess without some serious strategies and something tells me that Margot is a survivor in more ways than one. This is going to be one deliciously scary read.