When Isabella Scott wakes to find her bed empty she knows that there is something off. It’s an unusual experience for her. She usually has everything under control. She is finishing her degree in physics at Dartmouth College, has wonderful friends, and is engaged to a gorgeous man. Everything is going according to plan.
It only takes one day for her well managed life to unravel.
Cancelled engagements, mysterious gifts, and bumbled presentations are just the beginning. The arrival of the maddeningly attractive Dr. Nathan Graham seems to cement her tailspin. Tall, dark, with deep blue eyes that convey a fierceness and need for control; his presence leaves her flustered, irritated, and wanting more. She calls him the god of confusion and inarticulate speech, but he is doing everything he can to convince her that he is the answer to the order that she needs.
With the appearance of small moonstones and old friends Isabella struggles to rebuild, but there are questions that need to be answered. Are the moonstones tokens of affection or a threat? Who should she trust and how does she feel? The truth may be more important than any of them realize. In the end it may be much more than her heart that is on the line.