Jeannie and Dan met online and clicked immediately. He’s an ambitious young vet; she’s a musician. After less than a year of long-distance dating, Dan proposed and Jeannie, swept away, said yes. The next few months were a blur of organisation and then, suddenly, Jeannie was in the car with her dad en route to Longhampton town hall. About to change her name and start a whole new life – but with the sickening feeling that what should feel entirely right is actually completely wrong. Jeannie grabs the chance to put a stop to the proceedings. Her dad makes a call to Dan – with devastating consequences. Now Jeannie’s spending her wedding night in an Intensive Care Unit, watching neurologists monitor her comatose fiance. She’s still wearing her wedding dress under someone’s jacket. The future looks uncertain and bleak. And her conscience is gnawed by a terrible secret: this is all her fault.