All her life Cass has been the wallflower, quietly content to make her mark from behind the scenes. As a cognitive psychologist in the research field, she will use her intellect and tenacity to heal the "broken" brain. Because she learned long ago she isn't capable of fixing broken minds, maybe not even broken hearts.
Bryan doesn't want to even think about his present. To escape his past, he had always looked to the future. As a materials engineer he will use his ingenuity and talent to develop state-of-the-art products and devices. But now an accident has drastically broad-sided his life -- and the hits keep coming.
They give each other the motive to step beyond self-consciousness -- to reach outside themselves to touch the other. They discover the courage to pull one another close. To love. To be loved. From one another they draw the power and fortitude to move beyond mistakes.
I loved how they had to battle demons inside themselves, not only on the outside. A huge high five to Cass for showing us that loving someone and enabling someone are two very different things. It’s a must-read.
Thrilling in the extreme, Fatal Secrets is a definite page-flipper.
The Washington Post