What if you made choices in your life that haunted you forever? What if you didn’t? Raegan Phillips Bernardini did both. Someone once told her that if she hadn’t made mistakes in her life then she hadn’t lived much. Based on that theory, Rae had lived as much as she wanted. From Africa to Atlanta, Georgia Rae had left a trail of casualties in her wake. Not intentionally of course; she was a child, mistakes would be made. Watching her father had taught her the ins and outs of illegal diamond trading, and her innocence had been the casualty. In Atlanta, wild and unmanaged, she followed in his footsteps. Stealing the diamonds from her wealthy clients had come easy. A dangerous lover had made it possible. The people she’d trusted had burned her; life had burned her. So Rae moved on day in and day out, wearing her scars and causing them for others. Then there was Daniel.