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Amanda has always felt that there was something different about her – she just doesn’t know what it is. But she has some strange dreams that she can’t explain. Her father has ruled her with a rod of iron for the whole of her life, always insisting that he takes her everywhere and fetches her back and she has had enough of it. So one night, she decides to take a short cut home instead of waiting for him to pick her up as usual.
She walks through the woods that lead to her home and is attacked by someone, or something, but her father finds her just in time and she is saved from the beast. But things come to a head at home and her father tells her to leave, even though her mother doesn’t want her to go.
Amanda packs her things and decides to go and stay with her Aunt Polly, the woman her father would never let her see. But Aunt Polly says she can’t stay. A chance encounter with her Aunt’s attractive handyman, Frederick, turns out to be her salvation as she is attacked again by the beast which seems to be stalking her.
But just who is Frederick and what does he want from her?