A dark, mysterious stranger even to himself
Judd Maxwell had no memories. No past. He had nothing to call his ownexcept a recurring nightmare that left him sweat drenched and shaken and certain that his nightly terrors would come true.
Social worker Karen Thomas was assigned to help "John Doe" regain his memory, but nothing about Judd Maxwell added up. Every clue she uncovered to his past resulted in another question. The only sure thing was that she was falling in love with a stranger .
Judd asked Karen for just one night of rapture, but his constant fear remained: when his memory returned, would the nightmare of doubt end, or had he unwittingly put her lifeand hisin jeopardy?