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Girl, StolenWhen Cheyenne Wilder convinces her step mom to leave the keys in the car so Cheyenne can turn the car on if she gets cold, she doesn’t expect to get carjacked.

When Griffin sees an Escalade with the keys in the ignition, he only thinks about getting into his father’s good graces.

And when Griffin realizes that Cheyenne’s in the back seat, he panics, and takes her to the only person he can think of who will know what to do. Now Cheyenne is tied up in a house in the middle of nowhere. If she can’t save herself, Griffin may be her only hope.

Oh, did I mention that Cheyenne’s blind?

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