This is a gripping tale about a north Florida family who is targeted by a psychologically tormented man. The full range of human experience is expressed, i.e., love, hate, sex, violence, romance, and even a little humor. There is little that the stalker won't do to hurt the husband (Lennie Mason, a police officer) whom he holds responsible for the death of his lover. Lennie's wife (Celeste) and son (Aaron) become prime targets. The suspense builds to a crescendo as he stalks the family. The stalker commits acts of murder, rape and torture in his quest to even the score with Lennie Mason. Despite the best efforts of Lennie and the lead detective (Ennis Stanislaw) of the Jacksonville Police Department, the stalker wreaks havoc with their lives and the lives of others. A psychologist (Winston Roland) who plays tennis with Lennie is unaware that the predator is one of his patients. There are a number of twists and turns that challenge, Lennie, the central character, as he finds himself fighting for his life and the lives of those he loves.