One fact is clear to the woman with blue-black hair as she stands alone at the entrance of the Metropolitan Museum of Art: serious trouble surrounds her. No one else can tell that she needs help. Realization, of her problem, grows like cancer. This beautiful, young woman does not possess a memory. Eventually, she searches offices upstairs until she discovers a man standing alone. Fearfully, she approaches with an unbelievable story of distress. This recent widower is very wealthy but lonely. He is not stupid. The stranger’s tale stirs deep sympathy in this kind man. He invites her to stay, for a few days, in one of his guest cottages. This thoughtful invitation presents the first ray of hope to the woman with no memory. A story of trust slowly develops as two damaged souls strive to find joy again. Traveling on luxury ships, the Orient Express, and the best hotels in the world presents many challenges for the two. Mr. Grover realizes that this stranger may remember her life at any moment. He must safeguard his heart as he cares for this stranger until her family finds her. She must not allow herself, or this kind man, to be destroyed by the secret that she carries. This beautiful stranger possesses two lives.