Jaye Ramsey decided to prove to her eccentric grandmother that time travel only existed in movies by vacationing in Bolivia with her friends. When she woke up in Hawksatter, England, 1735—the same town her grandmother supposedly vanished from as a young woman—Jaye found refuge at a hunting lodge but the strapping, reclusive baron who took her in reminded her all too well she was a lone woman at his mercy.
Accused of murdering his newly-wedded wife a decade earlier, Lord Lucas Kenway closed the family farm and shut out the world. He never expected the little spitfire he claimed responsibility for would turn his quiet life upside down. Pushed together by fate and his meddling servants, Lucas wanted Jaye on his own terms and refused to surrender his hardened heart.
Then a mysterious wise man offered Jaye a way home.
Should she return to the future and the only life she'd ever known, or stay in an uncertain past as a stranger in a new world?
Jaye goes back in time to ten years after her grandmother went to the future. Not only that, she fell in love with the same man her grandmother married and left before they consummated their marriage. Everyone thought Lucas had killed his wife. Now Jaye was there, but could he love her after all he’d been through? Would she go back to her time? Great continuation from the first book.
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