Ellie's sister has been missing for the past two years, and Ellie just can't let it go. When she sees sisters together or someone who looks like her sister, it all comes back.
Then Ellie meets Sean who seems to understand her need to find Nina. And he wants to help. The clues Ellie finds lead the two of them across the country in a bizarre road trip.
But Ellie has to wonder just how devoted Sean is, and why he seems so sure of where they're going and what they're looking for.
I enjoyed the story, although it was a little hard to get into at first. The story is told from Ellie's point of view, and her pain and anguish at missing her sister is very real and intense. The story hits some predictable points, but it's still well-told and adventurous.