Thanks for the help! This is just the query part, not including letter formals
This is not Hallie’s bed.
She has never been to this house.
The diamond ring on her left hand does not belong to her.
The only explanation would be a dangerous one, except the woman smiling in the wedding photo looks exactly like her. And the man she just hit in the head with a shoe is claiming to be her husband. When her father, who has been dead ten years, and her mother, a mentally unstable shut-in, reappear in this life whole, happy, and alive, Hallie is forced to face this strange, new reality.
She really is married to Quinton Burg.
She never moved to Chicago to be an artist.
She may be on the road to hysteria.
Doctors find nothing wrong, no physical reason for the replacement of memories that has ripped her from a newfound life and dumped her back in her small hometown.
Her father’s strange behavior toward her memory loss leads Hallie to suspect he has the answers no doctor can give. If she learns his secrets, this new life she has come to accept could disappear like a fading dream. But if she trusts him, there may be no old life to return to.