My mind is mine alone. Life in Washington, D.C., is not the safe haven Yulia hoped for when she risked everything to flee Communist Russia. Her father is reckless and aloof, and Valentin is distant and haunted by his past. Her mother is being targeted by the CIA and the US government is suspicious of Yulia's allegiance. And when super-psychics start turning up in the US capitol, it seems that even Rostov is still a threat. Ultimately, Yulia must keep control of her own mind to save the people she loves and avoid an international Skandal. Lindsay Smith does not disappoint in this second book in the thrilling Sekret series, with just as much political intrigue, espionage, and mind control as the first.