Within the walls of the prestigious Lincoln Hospital in New York City, a hunter awaits. A man with a thirst for blood and an appetite for vengeance. Dr. Cian O’Reilly, the city’s most respected cardiovascular surgeon, is living a double life, one bathed in torture and mayhem as he delivers final justice to the city’s most heinous criminals.
When a new influx of physicians joins the rotation, the struggle for anonymity intensifies as a nosy reporter inches closer to the truth about Cian’s true identity. In a dangerous game of kill or be killed, no one is safe and everyone is a potential victim.
A romance blossoming on the premise of murder. An escaped killer on the loose. A traitor in the midst intent on bringing them all down.
Lincoln Hospital. Where the cure can be your worst nightmare.
Warning: Contains violence and graphic situations not suitable for readers under the age of eighteen. This is the second book in the "Dexter" meets "Grey's Anatomy" series and ends on a cliffhanger. All books must be read in order to follow the series.
About the Author
Cassia Brightmore is a new indie author. Her debut novel, Malevolent is the first book in the Darkness Series and can be read as a standalone.
Writing has always been a passion of hers and publishing her first novel is truly a dream come true. She enjoys writing dark stories that she hopes will thrill the reader.
Cassia lives in Grimsby, Canada with her two furbabies, Harley and Molly.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'm always a little behind on my Cassia Brightmore reading since I only read paperbacks, but believe me when I tell you that her books are ALWAYS worth the wait. I jumped into reading Flatline the day it was delivered and couldn't put it down. I've loved Cian and Athena since the first book in the series and they just kept getting better and better through Flatline. Watching them "work" together in the OR was quite thrilling. And in classic Brightmore fashion, I was kept on the edge of my seat as I awaited the inevitable terror that she always rains down upon me as a reader. By the end of Chapter 18, my jaw was on the floor and I was hoping against hope that she wouldn't go there... But I've read her books and I know better than to fall in love with the characters too much. The ending of Flatline had me wondering if I would need to seek out a grief counselor. This book was fantastic and I can't wait to read the next book in this series.