A tragedy of Shakespearean proportions rips Aaron and Sophie’s love to shreds the summer after their senior year of high school.
Fourteen years later, Sophie returns to the scene of the tragedy—the corn fields of Wisconsin. Staring at the burnt out shell of the farmhouse, memories buried deep within her mind emerge. A name quivers on her lips…Aaron. Her body trembling, Sophie turns to leave when her eye catches a glint of gold through the overgrown grass and weeds. She walks over to investigate stepping on to a patch of mossy ground. As she starts to bend over the earth moves beneath her and Sophie falls into a yawning hole.
In Chicago, Aaron’s cell phone rings. His mother utters a name he has not heard out loud in over a decade…Sophie. His gut clenches when his mother revels that she is missing. Determined to rectify a mistake made fourteen years ago, Aaron sets out to find the woman he never stopped loving.
Author/Speaker Sarah Norkus is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. She has five published books, The Eleventh Summer, a creative non-fiction, Until the Wind Changes, a young adult coming of age journey, and a historical fiction/fantasy trilogy; The Secret Diary of Sarah Chamberlain, Stealing the Hieland Jewels and Witch’s Mark. Born in Lexington Kentucky, Sarah now resides in Virginia with her husband, Michael.