Stacy wakes up after being in a coma for four years--since the night her mother was murdered and Stacy was shot. Coping with the time difference is one thing--her body matured, songs, fashions, and everyone in her life have changed.
What's worse--the man who shot Stacy killed her mother and Stacy saw him. She just can't remember his face. She wants to make him pay, but will remembering once again put her life in danger?
A mystery and a thriller. Stacy tries to adapt to the world that changed without her, but it's hard. This book was published a while ago, so it's dated, but still one of my favorites.