Meet Kara, a young detective on a dubious mission to locate the person that assassinated her father when she was a child. No child should witness a parent violently murdered before their eyes. This horrific tragedy she suffered has caused Kara to become permanently scarred and emotionally distant as an adult. The psychological issues she now has run deep. Fresh off the heels of her second broken engagement Kara knows that if she doesnâ€™t unravel and solve the events that lead to her fatherâ€™s death and locate his murderer that she will never be able to live a happy, functional life. She feels a sense of urgency upon her. A feeling of being hunted has entered her life, as if someone is watching every move and she has the eerie feeling that her time is running out.
I envision hurting people. The type of hurt that makes them wish I would kill; end my torture of them sooner. Watching them squirm, I love as the pain becomes so excruciating it leaves their body no other option. It thrills me. I enjoy the ones that fight back, specifically once the bleeding begins. Their blood oozing through every hole that I have strategically punctured into their body. This excites me. Almost as much as watching the pretty detective grow into a woman. She had been a little girl when I last saw her and as much as it pained me to keep her alive, even I couldn't stomach the thought of killing a child. But, oh the sweet joy of time. She is all grown up now and ripe for a killing. My patient wait is over. Her time is up.
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