Natalie Katrell was a single mother. Her daughter, six-year old Amethyst, seemed like a miniature copy of herself, with long, blonde hair, shining blue eyes, and a smile that softened the hearts of most people who looked upon her. But neither Natalie nor Amethyst could see the man watching them. He always stayed off in the shadows, hidden around corners, or gazing from behind the innocent pages of a paperback book. Sometimes he sipped tea while at other times he nursed a vanilla latte with a double shot of espresso. But always, without fail, he watched Natalie and her daughter. He was obsessed and Natalie was his next chosen one. What would you do if a serial killer began stalking you and your child? Natalie Katrell was not a violent woman, but when the serial killer pushed, she pushed back! With the help of Sam Colton, NRA personal protection instructor, Natalie got armed and dangerous!