You can run but I will find you.
Working as a successful PI in Los Angeles, Heather Nelson hasn’t seen any of her high school classmates from Iowa in twenty years. When she makes a last minute decision to attend her class reunion, she and her once tight-knit group of friends are surprised at dinner by a delivery of an elaborate forget-me-not floral arrangement. But the accompanying card contains an ominous message: you deserve to die—a message they brush off as an elaborate prank at first.
When several of the group come close to death in the following weeks, they begin to suspect that the sender of the message has deadly intentions. One-by-one the friends contact Heather to divulge secrets from their past, convinced that the skeletons they are hiding puts them at risk. Fearing for their lives, they beg Heather to return to Iowa and track down the person they believe is trying to kill them. But her friends only think they know her. Heather is hiding an explosive secret of her own.
Is she really an intended victim in a deadly game of revenge, or a twisted killer?