So, in my latest idea for a story, I wanted to follow two protagonists who come from opposite sides of the social spectrum and find balance in each other. In fact, most of the plot, the character development, and generally nitty gritty ideas are mapped out. What's causing me to come to a stand still is mechanics. Perhaps I'm throwing too much challenge at myself for my particular skill level, but I have both protagonists with their own demons that I was hoping to do as major reveals and different points in the story. My question is, is there aI way to do this, but at the same time keeping the reader sort of in the dark as well. I find this difficult because the protagonist is someone you really should have the least questions about and the one you should understand the most, no? Or is that some elementary view on the whole thing? I plan to write in third person limited and dedicated a chapter to each point of view (for now). My thinking is to have the secret discovery be from the opposite character's POV, but I'm worried when I enter the reflective point of the secret bearer that it will be difficult to properly address without giving too much away. Is it too much to try and pull off secrets from the readers concerning two protagonists? I apologize if this is all scatterbrained. I get that way when asking questions.