Newlyweds Clay and Francesca "Frankie" LeGrand are living happily in Denver, Colorado when their happy lives are abruptly shattered. Clay returns home one evening after work to find his wife missing, blood in the bathroom and signs of a disturbance. Shattered by Frankie's disappearance, Clay's life is thrown into turmoil as he is branded the #1 suspect in Frankie's disappearance. It is two years later and Clay Legrand has never recovered from Frankie's disappearance. He is still a suspect of the police and the community at large. Clay receives the shock of his life when he returns home from work and discovers his missing wife asleep in their bed. Clay is even more shocked when Frankie claims to not remember being missing for two years. When Clay notices track marks on Frankie's arms he accuses her of being an addict, a charge which Frankie bitterly denies. Frankie collapses and is rushed to the hospital where Clay alerts his parents and the police as to his wife's reappearance. Finally, the police vindicate Clay. As Frankie is released from the hospital she begins to realize how much her life has changed and how deeply Clay has suffered. Why can't she remember the last two years? Why does she have all these elusive flashes of memory? Frankie sees Clay's distrust and fears that her husband no longer loves her. Although Clay is a bit jaded he knows that he has to trust Frankie if their love is to survive. Clay and Frankie come together and make love. As Clay and Frankie work together to unravel Frankie's mysterious disappearance, a shadowy figure from Frankie's past is plotting to once again take Frankie away from the man she loves.
The review of this Book prepared by Sandra Calhoune