It's the new fad; Rickmore's Challenge is what all the crazies are doing right now. The rules are simple, all you have to do is apply, if you get accepted, you are sent to live with a murderous prisoner in an apartment, and you have to tolerate them -for an entire summer.
If you manage to last the season, you are given an jaw dropping ransom of money, and a celebrity's status.
Allie Moseley isn't up to the challenge, nor did she ever think she'd even consider doing it, but when her family becomes bankrupt and nearly homeless, she agrees to sign up for Rickmore's Challenge, seeing as it was her last option.
Little did she know, she was about to get matched up with the infamous psychopath of 2002.
Gabriel Crowe, known for slaughtering his entire family and neighbors with a mere kitchen knife and 44. revolver, at the age of only six. The crime scene was so gruesome, it is said the investigators and the majority of police working on the case had to go through immense therapy afterwards.
Allie is terrified of Gabriel, and she is almost certain she won't last the summer without being killed like his family was. She realizes this just may be the end of her.
So what happens when Gabriel, a man who has been locked up in prison for nearly his entire life, starts to have certain feelings for Allie that he's never had for anyone else before?
Allie may just result in getting more than a celebrity status and a pocketful of money.