You wake up alone after an emergency caesarean, desperate to see your child. And when you are shown the small infant in the nursery, a terrible thought takes root- this baby is not your baby.
No one believes you. Not the nurses, your father or even your own husband. They say you're confused and delusional. Dangerous.
But you're a doctor - you know how easily mistakes can be made. It's up to you to find your real child, your miracle baby, before it's too late.
With everyone against you, is it safe to trust your instincts? Or are memories from your past clouding your judgement? This can't all be in your head . . . can it?
Susi Fox is a writer and GP from rural Victoria, Australia, who is currently completing her Associate Degree in Professional Writing and Editing at RMIT. She received a 2015 Varuna Fellowship and was a participant in the 2015 QWC/Hachette Manuscript Development Program. Susi commenced her Master of Medicine at University of Sydney in 2017. Mine is her first novel.