She wants to remember…
When Alison wakes up from a medically induced coma, nothing is familiar to her. The doctors tell her that her memory will return eventually and that she will recover from the massive trauma she’s suffered, but it will all take time. The face she sees in the mirror is unfamiliar as are the faces around her telling her they are her family. The car accident stole more than just her memory and her face, it also stole her liver and now someone else’s organ is in her body. The next few weeks, months, years are spent overcoming the pain and the injuries and learning to navigate life again.
He can’t forget…
When Noah’s fiancée is killed in a car accident, all he wants to do is forget. He doesn’t want to remember how it felt to hold her in his arms or the way her lips felt when she kissed him. But memories of Ellie plague him and he can’t sleep for seeing her face every time he closes his eyes. On his father’s advice, he decides to complete Ellie’s bucket list so he can put her ghost to rest and move on with his life.
Three years later…
Ali is plagued by dreams of a place she has never been and a man she’s never met. Is she experiencing the memories of her organ donor or is it all just in her imagination? Against the advice of her family, she decides to find out.
Believing he has finally laid Ellie’s ghost to rest, Noah is now ready to ask his girlfriend to marry him, until a woman walks into his bar and brings up all the hurt and pain he’d thought he’d buried.
Who is she and why is she here and why does his mind immediately go to his treasured memories of Ellie when he sees her?