On the morning after the third anniversary of their first meeting, Damian wakes, to find his wife, Emily, gone without a trace. And things are worse than that. Nobody remembers anything about Emily ever having existed. And in his home, the one they had shared for two years, there's no trace of her ever having been there. It is as empty as it had been before she moved in with him.
Had those two happy years been nothing but a dream? Had he been lost in a fantasy, and only now returned to reality? But for Damian, Emily was not a dream. She was more real than anything he'd ever known. His anchor. His salvation. His missing half.
With Damian finding himself disconnected from his world and seriously doubting his sanity, help comes from an unexpected quarter. Because even though nobody seems to know of her, something does remember.
Driven by despair and renewed hope, Damian sets out on a quest that turns everything he thought he knew about reality on its head, and which sends him through a maelstrom of multiverse histories and time, to try and knit his and Emily's worlds back together.
Emily, too, awakens to find her world changed. Damian is gone from her bed, to be replaced by a man she doesn't know and doesn't want to know. But Damian isn't gone from Emily's life, because he's the father of her best friend. Except that apparently she's never met him.
How can she connect with him again? How can she make him know her as they had known each other in another time and universe? Emily knows that she must. Because without their connection both of their lives make no sense.
Seeking Emily is a love story, spanning worlds, time and the multiverse.
NOTE: Seeking Emily contains sex scenes. The print edition has been toned down a little, but the Kindle book is occasionally more explicit, even though the language is kept ‘tasteful’.