Later, Kate Dalton often wondered how things might have turned out if she had been a little stronger or a lot weaker, if she had refused a mother’s plea, or if she had spoken the truth while it was still hers to tell.
But on that February morning when a scream shattered both the fretful calm of the shelter and the constricted structure of her life, Kate did exactly what she’d trained for – and exactly what she’d been warned against.
From reading these lines and even those of the cover synopsis, I am still left wondering exactly what Kate has been trained for and why?
I am also pondering on the notion that Kate felt that she needed to be either a little stronger, or much weaker, to have changed the outcome of events. That’s an interesting concept and does make perfect sense when I stop and think about it logically.
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