A USA TODAY best-selling book
“Fast-paced and chilling…a brilliant mystery about lies, shame, and secrets.” —Apple Books
If you don’t confront your past…it might confront you first.
Dr. Gregory Weber appears to have an enviable life. He's a renowned clinical psychologist residing in an elegant home in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with his wife, Liv, and their two kids. But Gregory feels increasingly disconnected. His marriage is strained, his children are distant, and he can’t stop fixating on an unforgivable mistake he made when he was seventeen. Something no one else knows about.
So when an unscheduled client named Mira starts to appear in his office every Wednesday at 1 p.m. with knowledge about his past, Gregory quickly grows obsessed with her. Is she a new patient? A secret referral from a colleague? Someone connected to his teenage transgression?
As his attraction for Mira grows more intense with each session, so does her probing scrutiny of him. Soon Gregory’s professional boundaries begin to dissolve, and he becomes the patient, desperate to uncover his connection to this mysterious woman and find out what she wants from him.
In searching for the answers, Gregory risks losing everything that matters: his career, his family, and his mind.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
A psychiatrist’s patient threatens to reveal a long-held secret in this masterfully complex thriller. Dr. Gregory Weber has no memory of booking an appointment for his beautiful new patient Mira, and no idea why she’s asking him questions that threaten his perfect life. To stop her from ruining his marriage and wreaking havoc on his mental health, Gregory must figure out what she wants—and come to terms with the horrific past he’s desperately tried to hide. Debut novelist Sandra A. Miller keeps us guessing as Gregory struggles to understand his connection to Mira and fights to keep his family intact. Fast-paced and chilling, Wednesdays at One is a brilliant mystery about lies, shame, and secrets.
Did not predict the ending
Overall, enjoyed this book and the family dynamics
Wednesdays at One
kind of persuading to read but was so slow and drug on. I couldn’t get into it at all and finished the book in the last 100
I wasn’t sure where this story was going. I was very pleased I chose to go along for the ride!