It was Waverly’s first week on the job. Cashiering at Clootie’s Co-Op wasn’t glamorous, but it was just for some extra cash. The fact that they were willing to work around her class schedule definitely helped.
Waverly gets a part time job at a superstore where she meets Nicole Haught and everything she thought she knew she wanted seems wrong.
Pulling to the side of the road, I got out to stretch my legs and take a famous “Welcome to Purgatory” selfie. The sign was a faded painting of a family in a car and the promise that “you’ll never want to leave”.
Riley is running from her problems when she discovers Purgatory. She thinks it's a good place to lay low for a while not realizing looks can be deceiving. How much can she learn about what's happening in the small town, and how long before her past catches up to her?