Romero was Los. Geronimo was Mos. Los and Mos lived in the starry world of Nos, Spanish for we.
In one night Geno 's world comes to a screeching halt- forty-four hours of horror make him hand over his life to an imaginary alter-ego.My heart burned for this beautiful, sweet boy who 'd had nothing but kindness in him and felt so deeply, his loneliness devastated me.
One of those is Steffen Finch, an art therapist working the cases nobody else wants to touch because they know he is the best and if omebody can crack a case like this one it would be Stef.
Stef is a delightfu protagonis, uniting wisdom, compassion and strength.
Although he should keep a professional distance Stef 's admiration for Geno turns into a brotherly love and soon the lines start to blur.
I adored Stef and his love for his job.
And even in the most heartbreaking therapy session Stef finds a way to Geno.
“ Your heart is bigger than hate, ” Stef said.
When Geno 's ordeal becomes to much for Stef, Jav anchors him and gives him peace.Jav just ended his career as an escort and has a little bit of a midlife crisis.
I have no words for my love for Jav and Stef.
I have nothing but scorn and love for all the characters but Geno in particular.
The pat he clawed his way back into life was inspiring.The most harrowing and disturbing parts will destroy you but those blows are cushioned by a cast with the willingness to give unconditional love to a oy who has had his world turned up-side-down.
Despite the devastation and atrocity this is a tory full of grac, heartache and beauty.
“ Gee, Stef, ” Geno said loudly.
I also loved her figurative analogy of a hen house for Geno 's home before and after this horrific event.Suanne Laqueur has found her niche in this so competitive profession.