Can a girl with no past have a future with the man responsible for stealing her memories?
Elia Daniels can’t remember the last five years of her life. She doesn’t remember having a falling out with her best friend or where she works. And more importantly, why was she riding her bike through Central Park in the middle of the night. Understanding what drove her into the rain that night feels like the missing piece. When her search reveals that no one is looking for her, she’ll have to rely on the help of the workaholic millionaire who feels responsible for her accident.
Charles Breckenridge, III hasn’t taken a day off in years from his father’s private equity firm. When the taxi he’s in hits Elia in the middle of a storm, nothing is the same again. For the first time in ten years, he’s stepping away from work and focusing on Elia. She’s stubborn and brave in ways that he’s never encountered, but she’s lost in a way that drives him to help her. His father, his best friend, and his ex-fiancée are determined to undermine their relationship at every turn.
As the relationship between Elia and Charles heats up in the tight quarters of his apartment, they have to decide if they want to pursue the other in spite of the power balance between them. At every turn, there seem to be detractors working against them. Is fate enough to keep them together or will other forces both known and unknown keep them apart?