A woman awakens in a hospital room, injured and surrounded by strangers. The car accident is a blur, and her mind is nearly a blank slate.
The name on her driver’s license reads Elizabeth Becket, and she’s enrolled at a local college, but none of this feels right. Her college application claims she’s a writer—are her vivid and frequent nightmares a story conjured up in her imagination or could they be memories of her former life?
The only thing she knows for sure is that an urgent sense of danger casts a shadow over her entire existence.
Irresistibly drawn to Fitz Darcy, the man living next door to her new apartment, her soul longs to trust him. Is he safe to love, or is he part of the frightening events her subconscious is fighting so hard to keep buried?
A contemporary mystery romance with a clever nod to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.
No graphic love scenes. (Not part of a series.)