Evangeline Sterell has trained to be an assassin her entire life and her training had been proven useful. Think Black Widow. She meant her skill to help save the country and kill those who crossed the law. When the order becomes shoot to kill, she's the girl the FBI calls to get the job done. And she does her job well. Her new assignment wasn't like her usual work. It wasn't just simply shoot to kill. It was to gather as much information as she could from her target, who happened to be the nephew of the notorious criminal the cops always kept tabs on. But when the target also happens to be the guy who gave her a kiss that she couldn't forget, can she remember her orders to shoot to kill? Or will she have her heart shot?
Adrienne hasn't been back in her hometown since she packed her bags and left the house she used to rent with her ex-boyfriend that was once her world. But her best friend begged her to come back because she refused to get married if Adrienne wasn’t the maid-of-honor. Adrienne doesn’t have much of a choice but to come back. Troy Richards used to be her world. The star-athlete of their high school whose dreams crashed down when he tore his ACL and his scholarship went down the drain. Adrienne was willing to stay in their hometown for him, until he got better. But he was pulling her down with him and the relationship was suffocating her and killing her own dreams. She needed to get out so she did. Without a goodbye and an explanation. It’s been eight years since then and now she’s back. She’s not sure how she’s supposed to treat everyone else. Georgina’s the only one who gives her a warm welcome, even her mother doesn’t. Eight years later, Adrienne’s a stranger to her own home and she’s not sure if she can ever be welcomed back here again. And then there’s Troy. She sounds like an idiot if she keeps on denying that there’s still sparks between the two of them. But she’s built a life for herself in Detroit with a fiancé that’s waiting for her to come back to. But she can’t shove down her feelings for Troy. Her heart still screams his name. Maybe it was a mistake coming back.
Two people get into separate car accidents and wake up three days later with memories of events that both of them haven’t experienced in their lives. Almost two months later, their paths cross and their memories are telling them that they used to be lovers even when this is the first time that they had met. Will they give in to their memories and fall in love? Will they figure out why they had such memories in the first place?