Somehow disenchanted with his happily married life, small-town high school teacher Curtis Weaver has been thinking a lot lately about his own high school days.
And although he remembers most of his time in “The Class of ’00” as an abuse-filled nightmare, he’s even come to yearn for some of them.
But while some of us might long for old flames or now-faded varsity glories, Curtis wishes for something else, something he’s tried very hard to forget:
The waning days of 1999, when his then-girlfriend Krissy Lund, a frighteningly beautiful “new girl in school” with her own unpleasant past, did some very bad things for him. All in a twisted ploy to win his heart.
For Krissy however, those days are very much over, because she too is now happily married… to Curtis. And so for her, the need to do bad things is now a thing of the past.
Or is it? Curt has always suspected that “KRISSY’S NOTEBOOK”, a story idea notebook that she’s been writing in for almost seven years, may actually be her “finger in the dam”; the one thing that’s been keeping his wife’s darker half in check.
But the contents of “KRISSY’S NOTEBOOK” are a closely-guarded secret, and Curt has already been warned… So for seven years he’s tried to convince himself that some things are best left alone.
Until… Unable to resist the siren song of their shared dark past, Curt finally sneaks a peek, hoping for signs of the Krissy he used to know.
Who he finds, however, is someone much worse than he’d bargained for.
IN EVERY DARK PAGE OF: “KRISSY’S NOTEBOOK”.