Sawyer Dodd's life is falling apart. Her parents divorced, and her father has remarried and has a child on the way (6 geese a-laying.) Her boyfriend was just killed in a drunk driving accident. She's even feeling watched while she runs during track practice (7 swans a-swimming.) Then she receives a note implying that her boyfriend (who was secretly abusing her) was killed for her. When other people who abuse her in different ways start dying, Sawyer must convince everyone she's isn't responsible.
This was a fairly predictable, but still relatively entertaining, YA book. It would be a good first thriller for that audience.