It's a warm spring evening in
1967. Abby Moore watches Charlie Egan as they dance to the seductive rhythm and
blues. Then it was the Beatles. She didn't remember how they ended up in her
apartment. Then he disappeared. He left no forwarding address. There were no
goodbye messages. There was just an empty place in her heart and in her life.
Thirty-six years later at a
business conference on Hilton Head Island she spies a man who has the familiar
walk and mannerisms that remind her of Charlie. Part of her wants it to be him,
the other does not. Resurrecting the past would be painful and she's not sure
she shouldn't just leave it there.
Telling him what he left behind terrified her, but she desperately
needed to know why he disappeared.
When they meet on the beach they
find themselves drawn together by the same magic that bound them for two
glorious years in their story book youth. A mutual attraction that was so
strong they could not imagine life without the other. This time they realize
they must drive a stake into the past and kill it before they can enjoy the