Someone is using her patients' deepest, darkest secrets against them, pushing them to commit suicide, and framing Tess in the process. Police detective Aidan Reagan has a long and unpleasant history with Tess. Now that they're forced to work together to uncover the mastermind's identity, they must slowly learn how to trust one another. But when the killer targets Tess, can Aidan save her in time?
©2007 Karen Rose. All Rights Reserved; (P)2007 Hachette Audio
"Riveting...densely plotted and with amazing twists...truly diabolical and chilling." (Romantic Times BOOKclub Magazine)
I loved this book. I would like for the author to ease up on the way she describes her sex scenes. The words are more of a Mans way of portraying a sexual encounter than a womans.
Lack of research is not acceptable when writing a medical/psychological thriller. The author, clueless about mental illness and too lazy to research it, wrote a novel that should be titled "Mental Illness Stigma For Dummies".
"Schizophrenia" was the explanation offered for the sadistic conniving behavior of the novel's antagonist. Newsflash: that's sociopathy (anti-social personality disorder), a personality disorder, not a mental illness.A patient with
schizophrenia would be too ill to plan out such elaborate diabolical schemes.
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