You would do a hell of a lot for your best friend.
But for your only friend, you'd do anything.
by Jordin Lincoln
"Have you ever felt so alone, so ignored and isolated that you would have done anything for some company? And I mean, anything."
Kate has always been a loner. Sitting invisibly, she analyses those around her and converts their darkest traits into wild fantasies, born in the spine of her notebook.
When she meets Joe, she suddenly has someone exactly like her to explore and study. Not only that, she has a friend, someone to talk to, to admire, to love. Not in an intimate way - she has no romantic intention - only the burning need and desire to turn him, his tortured beauty and void filled with hatred into her greatest adventure yet.
But as they get closer, Kate discovers that Joe has trapped her within the walls of their friendship. A psychological bond, bound not by chains, but the desperate need to never be alone again. This bond brings Kate to do unspeakable things for Joe, unforgivable things, things that will torture her with guilt until the very end.
Joe commits murder. Kate digs their grave.
Will Kate be able to cope with Joe's ultimate betrayal toward humanity and save her friendship, or will her mind and soul break and as a result, lose him forever?
It seems not even him attempting to choke her, will tear them apart.
One thing is for sure; you'd do a hell of a lot for your best friend.
But for your only friend, you would do anything.