I'm not much of a sci-fi reader, but this had an interesting premise and I thought I'd give it a try.
it's 2065 and Rachel wakes up to discover she's lost two weeks time and while she knows she's married to a man named Nate, she can't recall him or their life together. What she doesn't know is her husband is the creator of CYANA, cybernetic humanoids which can be uploaded with their human counterparts memories and emotions, living for a thousand years or more. She also doesn't know that she may not be what she thinks she is.
I loved the premise, because it had an I-Robot type of spin to it. But I think this was a story that would have benefitted by being a bit longer. I enjoyed the chemistry between Nate and Rachel. The whole premise behind why Rachel lost two weeks and the emotional toll that took on Nate had me at the edge of my seat. But when it came to the nasty university dean and the CIA agent, I wanted more to the story that eventually brought closure to the story and our couples HEA.