Her memories are coming back, but why don’t they match the life she’s been living?
Mia is not surprised to find herself crawling out of a lake in the middle of the night . . .
She’s been sleepwalking a lot lately, and although it just started, she’s by no means a stranger to new things . . .
It’s been four months since Mia woke up with no memory—no recollection of any of the 24-years of her life. She doesn’t remember getting married, or even moving to the southern town of Cooper Creek. But what bothers her the most is not knowing why she keeps having the same recurring nightmare about the Chinese tattoo on her ring finger.
When Mia discovers how to trigger back her memories, she’s taken aback by the fact that they don’t match the life she’s been living.
But that’s not the worst part . . .
She soon learns that any further triggers could cause permanent damage to her brain.
On the edge of her doubts, will she risk her mental stability to find out the truth about her past?