For Dr. Shelby Wright, a Boston forensic psychologist, a call to a Beacon Hill home is about to change her life. Standing outside it, a man attired in 19th-century clothing. He claims to live there, the name on his business card: Dr. Haven Ramiel Grenville. Dr. Grenville did indeed live there- about one hundred and forty years ago. Shelby knows this as she is reading a book about one of Dr. Grenville's cases. With an unusual gift for seeing the last moments of a person's life, Dr. Grenville went from practicing medicine to becoming a police profiler. Shelby is more than intrigued. Why has this man adopted Dr. Grenville's persona? She is determined to find out. But lurking in Shelby's past is a secret. Her younger sister was abducted and never found. The shadow of that event bleeds into every aspect of Shelby's life, including her lack of trust and career choice. With his good looks, charm, and manner, Shelby finds it challenging to keep a professional detachment. Does she really want to find out who this gentleman is? Would she lose the man she's become attached to? Shelby and Grenville each work to unravel the past, with one coming to a shocking conclusion - "Time is an illusion." Einstein.