What do you do when the woman you love is hit by a car and placed into a medically induced coma? I don’t know about you, but I rushed to her side and refused to leave. I was so afraid that she wouldn’t come back to me that I couldn’t bear to leave her side even to cross the room and sleep in the comfort of a hospital grade lounger.
Every day is a waiting game, wondering if she’ll wake up, if she’ll be the same woman I knew before. They keep warning me that she could suffer permanent brain damage. But I never imagined Harley’s consequence would be to lose the last five years of her life. Not only does she not remember me, but she can’t remember her art career, her successes and failures, moving three states to be with me, or even breaking up with her college sweetheart.
I brought her home, hoping that being surrounded by memories of our life together will help her remember what she’s lost. But every conversation is like talking to a stranger.
She doesn’t remember trips we took together. She doesn’t remember how we felt about each other…how I still feel about her. She has no idea that we planned a future together, that I pinned my future on her.
I’m desperate to bring her back. But there are some things that might be better left forgotten.
Can I convince Harley to remember why she loved me, but forget what went wrong?
Cliffhanger ending. This is part one of a three part serial.