After Leah crashes her car into a tree, she remembers nothing of her past. The young physician in the emergency room has been waiting for a woman just like her…beautiful, young, but most importantly a woman to be the test subject for his latest invention. Convincing Leah to travel abroad and to a country where rules are easily bent, the physician's plan goes well…at first.
They called him an aimless wanderer, but not all who wander are aimless. He was new to the city and new to Leah's world. She had heard about him, his polite manner, his unassuming intelligence, his soothing way with those who sought his help.
The doctor was well known for his moodiness, and his outbursts toward members of the opposite sex, be they fellow physicians or nurses, were familiar to anyone who had ever worked closely with him.
A very different doctor was known to his patients and any others he wished to fool for his own gain. No one knew about his past and no one would ever know as long as he stayed one step ahead of it. Leah's accident had been a godsend and her memory loss could easily be sustained given the right medications administered by none other than himself.