Jake wasn't sure why he'd agreed to take his twin brother's place on the flight to London. Nor why he'd agreed to commit Nathan's crime. Maybe it was misplaced loyalty, maybe it was the memory of their mother's sacrifices.
But when Jake awakens in a hospital after the crash, he can't even remember his own name. He's told he's Nathan Wolfe. But he doesn't remember a life in London, or the beautiful woman who watches him so guardly. Caitlin. His wife.
She was desperate to forget...
Her husband seems like a stranger to Caitlin--a man who assumes there is love when none exists, intimacy where none is wanted, warm passion instead of cold resentment. He is totally different--so unbearably seductive, like the man she'd thought she had married.
Until his memory returns. And with it, a danger that threatens them all.