Hannah Connelly, a twenty-eight-year old designer and rising star in the fashion world, is plunged into a web of horror and grief when she learns that Connelly Fine Reproductions, the family-owned furniture business founded by her grandfather, has been leveled by an explosion in the middle of the night. Everything has been destroyed--the warehouse, the showrooms, and the mansion where priceless antiques have been on permanent display. Worse, Hannah's younger sister, Kate, barely escaped the flames and is now hospitalized in a medically induced coma, suffering from life-threatening injuries. The fire marshal on the scene is openly suspicious that someone, maybe even Kate, intentionallly planned the explosion. Agonized with worry, Hannah can't understand why Kate would be in the warehouse at that hour of the night. What Hannah does not know is that the greatest danger to Kate are the people who have access to her in the hospital room. One of them is determined not to let her regain consciousness. That person is out to stop Hannah, too, as she pursues her quest for the truth.