Preventing his burning fighter from crashing into a residential neighborhood, Navy Commander Josh Logan ejects too late, suffering lethal injuries. He awakes to a voice that offers him an option-death, or a new life and mission. The mission? Access and employ highly classified military technology to stop a global cataclysm. The price? Everyone he knows, including his new bride, will believe him dead and buried.
One year later, Josh wakes up in a city hospital as a John Doe. His memory is intact but his appearance is altered, his abilities enhanced. With no proof of the cataclysm, no contact with his benefactors, and no identity, he fakes amnesia . . . and questions his sanity.
His beautiful, computer-savvy neuro-ICU nurse, having recently lost her husband, feels empathy for Josh and is drawn to the mystery he represents. They work together to establish his identity, fighting a mutual attraction.
Unable to access the information needed, Josh cleverly creates a counterfeit classified program and uses it to penetrate the highest levels of the military. Once inside, he recruits an elite team to develop the world’s most powerful weapon, supposedly to protect mankind. But the more he learns, as the clock counts down to the end of the world, the more he questions who, or what, is behind his resurrection.