Gemma is flying from Bangkok to Vietnam on vacation with her parents. Exhausted and on layover, she decides to get a cup of coffee and meets a cute guy, who offers to buy the drink for her. Gemma’s a little embarassed, but he is really cute, and so, in a departure from her norm, she agrees and sits down with him at a small table, sipping at her coffee.
Soon she becomes dizzy, the airport spinning around her. The cute guy, a swirl of features, is the last thing she remembers.
When Gemma wakes up, she’s tied to a bed in a strange room, alone…. and so our story begins.
Gemma forms her harrowing, haunting story as a placid letter to Ty, her kidnapper. Her words are a question to him; a plea; a hope.
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