Vacationing in England with her lover, Robert, and his spoiled teenage daughter, heroine Dougless Montgomery is abandoned by them in a remote country churchyard near the tomb of Nicholas Stafford, an earl who died in 1564. Almost immediately, an armor-clad swashbuckler materializes--Nicholas... read more
Dougless Montgomery is a complete doormat and her love life as usual is in shambles. She and her boyfriend are heading off to England with his daughter who shows her absolutely no respect nor does he. Finally at an ancient kirk in England the last straw breaks the camels back as a blow up... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Dougless Montgomery is a complete doormat and her love life as usual is in shambles. She and her boyfriend are heading off to England with his daughter who shows her absolutely no respect nor does he. Finally at an ancient kirk in England the last straw breaks the camels back as a blow up between her and Roberts daughter Gloria finally brings things to a head and she finally starts to come to a realization that things are not going to change for the better. She's broken heartedly sobbing on a tomb stone and is startled by the exclamations of a man in shining armor accusing her of being a witch and demanding she cease her sobbing and give him answers, they begin their quest for truth and solutions for the terrible way he's documented in the history books and seen by the world.
Completely puzzled at their feelings for one another and the fact that when ever Douglas weeps, Nicolas can hear her and can not stop himself from coming to her rescue, they fall in love and make love and suddenly one day he begins to disappear. Douglas is devastated but realizes that it did happen and makes plans to go back home. Then one night she hears his voice and passes out and then wakes up to find herself in mid 1400's actually 4 years before Nicolas historical death, he at first doesnt recognize her and then as she begins to slowly work her way into everyones heart Nicolas finally succombs and she changes his life forever. again they work through to complete love from scratch and she proves herself and Nicolas changes life for people in his country in more ways than one ....
“You are my soul... C”enscription on mini portrait made of Douglas when she is in 15th century
“He silenced he with a kiss. "I would rather hours with you than a liftime with another. Now, no more talk. Come, we will love away these hours."”Nicholas
“"Time has no meaning. Love will endure."”Nicholas
One advantage women throughout time have had is that the little boy in men always remembers a time when women were all-powerful.Highlighted by 20 Kindle customers
Time has no meaning Love will endureHighlighted by 17 Kindle customers
“Forever,” he whispered. “I will love you throughout time.”Highlighted by 14 Kindle customers
“My soul will find yours,”Highlighted by 12 Kindle customers
“Never,” he said. “Never will I forget you. Were I to die tomorrow, my soul would remember you.”Highlighted by 11 Kindle customers
“Don’t speak of death. Speak only of life. With you I am alive. With you I am whole.”Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
“I would rather an hour with you than a life with Arabella.”Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
Arabella, who’d married Lord Robert Sydney. She and her husband had hated each other, so after she’d given him an heir, they’d lived apart, although Arabella had given birth to three more children. “One of them yours,” Dougless had said, taking notes. Nicholas’s face softened. “There is no reason to think ill of her. She and the child died in that childbirth.”Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
“This is a fine way to treat a man back from the dead,” Kit managed to croak out. “My brother bleeds on me, and a pretty woman sheds tears. Is no one glad that I yet live?”Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
Were I to die tomorrow, my soul would remember you,Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
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