If falling in love cures Catherine’s obsessive behaviour, then what will having it taken away do?
When Catherine’s Obsessive Compulsive Disorder spirals out of control she takes the offer of a new job as an opportunity to get her life back on track. This new start brings several welcome distractions from her illness, the most welcome of all being Tom.
Before long she is too in love to worry about the little things that she used to obsess over. Her life is wonderful yet she craves perfection. She wants to have it all and just when it seems as though it is within her reach, Tom becomes ill and her world falls apart.
She convinces herself that it is her fault, believing that her obsessive compulsions were not a disorder at all and that her more recent lack of care has caused this. The situation goes from bad to worse yet no-one is placing blame so this becomes her new obsession. Someone must pay for what has happened and Catherine takes it upon herself to decide who.