Horribly written book. Save your credits. Check out at the library. No, on second thought it's not even worth a trip to the library.
I've read other books by Fiona Brand and I was greatly disappointed. I felt that half of the story made no sense.
romantic suspense of a woman who has a gift, grows up in a mission who meets a man who finds her strangely familiar.
Lady Victoria Quinton Mallory knows she has a gift. She is drawn to a badly wonderd man left for dead by local rebels. Now the two lovers will discover the shattering secrets of a great legacy and the danger and destiny that have bound them together for eternity
I enjoy the ties to the long ago past and now finding each other in the future. Good romance and mystery.
To project her from her father John Mallory and his aristocratic family, Victoria Quinton's Aunts Olivia and Hannah moved with her to a remote part of Peru as an infant following the death of their sister Rebecca. Victoria received a special education from her relatives who have advanced degrees from Oxford but they emphasized her psychic skills for medical healing as much as book learning. While her aunts run a local medical mission, Victoria enjoys archeology especially ancient writings. She dreams of the Temple of the Sun, which she believes is near. --- Five years later, an injured Jay Lomax comes to the medical center to heal. He feels he has known âQuinâ all his life and more; she feels the same way. She heals him before he departs. Years later, he returns to her and what has always felt as home to protect the ruins of a recently discovered ancient temple city that worshiped the Sun God. At the same time Jay and Quin renew a love that began here a long time ago when the sanctity of the High Priestess and her retinue were destroyed by greed. However, an enemy is coming for them in the present to claim what could prove to be a temple of doom.