Photojournalist Julia Rowan traveled to Africa after the Great War ended to photograph the wildlife migration, but something happened that sent her back to America unable to remember her past. Now, hoping to find out what happened and regain what she lost, she has returned to British East Africa and turns to Jonathan Shane for help.
Grandson of European settlers, Jonathan is struggling to put his wartime experiences behind him and save his coffee farm in the midst of the worst drought in decades. Bitter over Julia’s unexplained disappearance from his life two years ago, reluctant to open his heart to her again, yet unable to refuse her plea for help, he waits in tortured silence for her to remember him and the love they shared.
As they journey into the African bush in search of the answers to unlock her memory, will the curse of the ancient stone she wears around her neck lead her to destruction or into the arms of the only man she has ever loved, the one her mind cannot recall, but who love remembers?