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meets Jim after spending six months on the streets all alone. When he offers
her a new life, Julie accepts and her lifelong transformation begins. In
time, Jim and Julie fall in love, and just as swiftly as Jim comes into
Julieís life, heís gone. Four years pass since Jimsí death, and Julie is
ready to start dating again when she meets Richard. Despite the fact that
Richard is rich and successful Julie feels like heís possibly hiding something,
and decides to break things off with Richard when she realizes that she
has feelings for her best friend Mike. The jealousy that Richard has formed
turns into rage, then obsession, and Julie finds herself watching every
move that she makes. Between the strange phone calls and Ďaccidentalí meetings
of the two, Julie is once again living in a real life nightmare that is
spawned by dishonesty and envy. Richardsís desirous intentions become so
powerful and so venomous that Julie soon fears for her life. The only protection
she has is her instinct, and what good is that when she canít prove anything?
(Heather Gostinski, student, Mansfiled Jr. Sr. High School)
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