Find Book 2, BRIDE OF THE MIST, at barnesandnoble.com/w/bride-of-the-mist-christina-skye/1000162868 - both are standalone reads.
Star-crossed strangers uncover old passions in the shadows of hauntingly beautiful Draycott Abbey.
Archeologist Kelly Hamilton follows a trail of secrets to England, tracking a priceless thousand-year-old sword. But the abbey's beauty hides old dangers, and it will take all Kelly's courage and her gift of second sight to stay alive.
Rugged ex-Royal Marine Michael Burke wants Kelly gone before sunrise, and will brook no refusal. But Burke is overruled, and in the nights that follow, Kelly's visions tell her this man is no stranger.
She has known him long before.
As his ardent lover...
Soon the two are pulled under the spell of the moonlit abbey, caught in a sensuous net of white-hot desire.
And all the while an old and dangerous enemy waits to strike.
Christina Skye is the New York Times bestselling author of 32 books. She is a pushover for Harris tweed, Scottish cashmere, Chinese dumplings, French macarons and dark chocolate.
Not necessarily in that order.
After receiving her doctorate in classical Chinese literature, Christina worked as a writer, translator and consultant to travel companies, importers, museums and magazines, including the National Geographic Society, the Asia Society and the American Museum of Natural History. In 1990 she sold her first novel. Since then she has written four different series for five different publishers. She has appeared on ABC Worldwide News, Travel News Network, the Arthur Frommer Show, Geraldo, Voice of America, Looking East, and Good Morning, Arizona.
She generally has her knitting right beside her while she writes.
"Colors and textures running through my fingers help me concentrate on the flow of a book and the mystery of characters coming alive before my eyes. Knitting pulls me to a quiet place where a story can unfold at its deepest level."