Anne is a young 21st-century woman in the midst of a lifelong love affair with the 16th-century and the enigmatic Anne Boleyn. While indulging her secret passion on an exclusive "Anne Boleyn Connoisseurs' Weekend", she is taken seriously ill at Hever Castle. Falling into a deep state of unconsciousness, Anne becomes ensnared in a time portal that transports her back in time to England, 1527. She awakens to find herself in the body of her heroine, Anne Boleyn; at the time, a young woman on the brink of a historic love affair with the mighty King Henry VIII. Anne finds herself at the center of Henry's world yet increasingly vulnerable as the figurehead of the emerging and evermore powerful Boleyn faction. While she learns what it is to walk in the footsteps of the woman who would change English history, she is also engulfed in mixed emotions and only too aware of how her relationship with Henry mirrors that of her 21st-century relationship with Dan, her married lover.
Soon, Anne begins to lose her own sense of identity as the boundaries between the two women begin to blur. As she is sucked back and forth between her two great loves and two increasingly fragile lives, Anne struggles to change her heroine's terrible fate on the scaffold while trying to prevent her own modern-day life hurtling inextricably toward disaster.
Le Temps Viendra: A Novel of Anne Boleyn is a timeless story of passion, ambition, and betrayal; it is also an enduring story of an intense love forged between two souls who are bound together for all eternity.