Sometimes you have to forget who you were to remember who you are. For Sydney Stanton, nothing could be closer to the truth. Suffering from amnesia, Sydney finds herself alone in the middle of O'Hare Airport with no idea how she got there, where she's headed, or even who she is. Her only clues to her identity are the ticket to Key West in her hand and the items in the backpack slung over her left shoulder.Halfway around the world, Dr. Jennifer Rekowski, Sydney's best friend and longtime confidante, holds the key to unlocking Sydney's memory. But Jennifer, nursing a broken heart and trapped in the middle of a civil war, remains agonizingly out of reach.
Yolanda Wallace has written dozens of short stories, which have appeared in multiple anthologies. She and her partner of eight years live in beautiful coastal Georgia. They are parents to four children of the four-legged variety--a four-year-old boxer and three cats ranging in age from five to eight. A writer since childhood, Yolanda has also become an avid photographer. She can often be found wandering the world trying to capture on film the elusive images she sees in her head.