Drew took the order the night Kayla disappeared. No one knew right away the intended victim was Gabie, who would have been working, had the girls not switched.
The police don't believe that, of course. They start looking for everyone who might have had a grudge against Kayla. When the guy they think did it kills himself, the case is considered closed.
But Drew and especially Gabie don't believe it. And the real kidnapper could still be waiting to catch Gabie when she least expects it.
Definitely a thriller. Henry builds the pace nicely and the point of view switches between characters. Great story and good ending. The characters all have some flaws, which makes the story more believable.