Mason Kane isn't doing well. He's troubled. His doctor knows it, as does his criminologist ex-wife. The meds aren't working; at least, that's his opinion, but he takes them anyway. The meds keep his secrets hidden, and he wants it to stay that way-it has to stay that way. Mason has no idea that his ex-wife has a secret of her own; he is unaware that he has a daughter.
Josie Kane is a college student at the University of Memphis. She knows about her father, and it troubles her. Generally, most things trouble Josie-which is why she is obsessed with learning more about Mason. Was something wrong with her father? And if so, is that same something wrong with Josie, too? She has to unravel his secrets-it's the only way to heal her own creeping urge to kill.
Fruition is a dark, gripping thriller about one family's secrets and how the secrets threaten to destroy. Josie begins unraveling her father's past-his fundamentalist Christian upbringing, his sexual indiscretions, and his unusual fantasies. In his abnormality, she sees their similarity. This realization will either bring them closer, or destroy both their lives.