The story starts out with a lady waking up in a cemetary with no recollection of how she got there. She is alone. She is injured. She has no idea who she is.
A police officer picks her up and befriends her. He takes her to get medical attention and takes her in while she tries to remember who she is and waits for someone to claim her. She knows she is married only because there's a ring on her finger.
It turns out that her husband is a very famous and powerful movie star, and at first she thinks she has the perfect life. She lives in the lap of luxury with a man that every woman in America thinks she would like to be with. But her memories slowly start coming back to her and she remembers where her head injury came from and that she passed out in the cemetary because that's as far as she could get away from her house and her husband before she passed out.
The characters are very well developed. It deals with heavy themes like domestic violence and miscarriage and prompts the reader to think about what he or she would do in the characters' situations.
Other themes the book touches on:
Native American culture
Lack of privacy for celebrities