You were 7 the first time I met you. You loved eating home-made chocolate on that old, blue couch where you'd sit in my lap. You liked to talk to me. Don't you remember?
Or when you turned 9 and you started to play on your dad's piano. I remember teaching you Billy Joel's Vienna, numerous times. Remember the fourth note is G minor, okay Emy?
And when you turned 14, you wore those pretty summer dresses. You smelt like rain and vanilla and started to take walks in the forest with me. Your simplicity blew me away, and challenged me as well. But everything was fine, right Emy?
When 16 came along, you had reached the end of your maturity, and your hair had grown till your elbows. You were a woman in my eyes, and that's when I found an ethereal beauty inside you, where I found solace. God Emy, how I wish you knew how gorgeous you were.
You turned 19 and that's when everything collapsed around you, and you didn't even know. Everything that you knew about me had been burnt to ashes. Remember that you'd be the one I'd burn with, if the world turned to ashes.
When Emilia Averbach meets with an accident, she loses her memory, along with her love for her parents and Tobin. She's lost, clueless and abused, and thinks that Tobin is the one behind all her misery.
Emilia always used to heal Tobin, and now it's his turn.