David’s wife, Joanna, married him in a ploy to access his fortune. For the entire two years of their marriage, David has wanted nothing more than to split up. However, just before the divorce becomes official, Joanna gets into a car accident and ends up with amnesia. She can’t remember anything—including her husband.
Suddenly, things between them feel as pure as the day they met. David can’t help but kiss her, but he knows this can’t last. If her memories return, so will her coldness toward him. David fears being hurt again and closes off his heart from her. Can he maintain his distance forever?