Frankie and Clay LeGrand were still newlyweds when one day Clay comes home from work to find his wife missing. Vanished, without a trace. A broken coffee cup and blood in the bathroom were the only traces of her. Clay is frantic to find his wife, but the police think that she either ran away or that Clay killed her. For two years Clay is the main suspect of his wife's disappearance.
Two years later Clay comes home from work to find his wife in his bed sleeping. When she awakens she doesn't realize that two years has passed and thinks everything is as it was. More alarming is the tattoo she now has and the track marks on her arms. Where has she been? Frankie has amnesia and Clay doesn't trust his wife.
Determined to prove that she did not leave Clay on purpose, Frankie tries to unravel the past two years. Only she finds more questions than answers and a distrustful husband. Where was she? What could she have been doing? Who was she living with? Obvious by the expensive clothes and money she had on her when she came home she was being taken care of somehow, but by who?
Slowly Clay and Frankie learn to accept that past two years and love again, but the past is always there to haunt them. Will the person who took Frankie come back for her again?
From the author of Sweet Baby and Reunion, Sharon Sala once again writes a moving and memorable romance with characters that come alive and really make the reader care for them.