Thirty-four-year-old Blake Wheeler was everything Lila had ever wanted. A rising-star surgeon with his whole life ahead of him, Blake gave Lila ten perfect years of marriage before plunging her into the hardest year of their lives.
When a late night shooting leaves Blake in a coma, Lila is faced with a difficult decision: continue life support or let him go.
One year later, Lila remains unwilling to speak, in a private mental health facility where she refuses to move on.
Dr. Ross Reeves knows firsthand about loss, having spent the better part of five years burying himself in his work. Tasked with the challenge of breaking Lila's silence, Ross investigates Lila's past and her husband's death, finding more to Blake's murder than meets the eye. A series of mysterious coincidences has Ross wondering if Lila is acting out of grief ... or guilt
The Missing by Belinda Frisch is a book about dealing with grief, learning to let go and love again. Frisch shows us in this book, sometimes helping someone deal with their problems is the best therapy.
Dr. Ross Reeves is a Psychiatrist, he is called upon to help a special patient at a private mental health facility. Once he gets there, he becomes so intrigued in the case that he takes some questionable chances. He has lost the love of his life 5 years ago and is still grieving for her. He has a girlfriend but really not able to give her his all.
Lila's husband is shot a year ago and he was left in a coma. Lila was face with the hard decision that we all would dread, taking someone off life support. Now a year later, Lila refuses to speak, hardly eats and refuses to move on with her life. There seems to be more to her than meets the eye.
This book has twist and turns along with a few surprise that will keep you guessing. Neither one guessed that while he was healing her, she was healing him as well.
I give The Missing Year 3 Platypires
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