Ruth A. Casie writes contemporary and historical fantasy romance for Carina Press, Harlequin and Timeless Scribes Publishing. Formerly from Brooklyn, New York, she lives in New Jersey with her very supportive husband Paul. When not writing you can find Ruth reading, cooking, doing Sudoku, or counted cross stitch. Ruth and Paul have three grown children and two grandchildren. They all thrive on spending time together. It's certainly a lively dinner table and they wouldn't change it for the world. She loves to hear from readers, so drop her a line at OR visit her on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RuthACasie or on Twitter: @RuthACasie. If you'd like to receive her occasional newsletter, please sign up at www.RuthACasie.com.For more information about Ruth's books, please visit www.RuthACasie.com.
Knight of Raptureby Ruth A. Casie
For months Lord Arik has been trying to find the right combination of runes to create the precise spell to rescue his wife, Rebeka, but the druid knight will soon discover that reaching her four hundred years in the future is only the beginning of his quest. He arrives in the 21st century to find her memory of him erased,
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He crossed the centuries to find her...
For months Lord Arik has been trying to find the right combination of runes to create the precise spell to rescue his wife, Rebeka, but the druid knight will soon discover that reaching her four hundred years in the future is only the beginning of his quest. He arrives in the 21st century to find her memory of him erased, his legacy on the brink of destruction, and traces of dark magick at every turn.
A threat has followed...
Bran, the dark druid, is more determined than ever to get his revenge. His evil has spread across the centuries. Arik will lose all. Time is his weapon, and he's made sure his plan leaves no one dear to Arik, in past or present, safe from the destruction.
But their enemy has overlooked the strongest magick of all...
Professor Rebeka Tyler is dealing with more than just a faulty memory. Ownership of Fayne Manor, her home, has been called into question. Convenient accidents begin happening putting those she cares for in the line of fire. And then there's the unexpected arrival of a strange man dressed like he belonged in a medieval fair--a man who somehow is always around when needed, and always on her mind. She doesn't know who to trust. But one thing is certain. Her family line and manor have survived for over eleven centuries. She won't let them fall, not on her watch... in any century.
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Lord Arik’s wife was Rebeka. Arik was the great druid Grand Master. Fayne Manor was thriving and had been the family home for eleven centuries. Arik knows he has to teach Rebeka Dark Magick so she could help defeat Bran but Aril knew Rebeka would be changed after she had been taught about Dark Magick. Arik had left only one portal open so Rebeka had one opportunity to go back to the twenty first century . Rebeka was a sorceress and valued her independence and ability to determine her own destiny. Rebeka’s father had taken Rebeka to the future to protect her. Rebeka had been gone fifteen years and then four months ago she returned and fell into Arik’s arms. Now was the time to seal the portal as Rebeka said her place was with Arik and not the future. At nineteen it was announced Arik would be the next Grand Master . Arik and Rebeka were engaged. Bran and Cyn were to marry at the end of the year. But the next year Cyn got sick bran who was Arik’s brother got desperate and even used Dark Magick to make Cyn better but it didn’t work. Bran struck out at everyone and Maximilian who was Rebeka’s father toke Rebeka into the future. Maximilian told Arik he would be back in four months but Rebeka had not returned for fifteen years. Rebeka was going to watch Arik Train with his men but Bran pulled her into the portal. This story was a good read. I’m just not into time travel. But the story is a good story for thr most part and those who like time travel. The plot was good as was the writing. The characters were very good and interesting. I did like the ins and outs of the story for the most part. I received an ARC of this story for an honest review.
This was a great addition to the series. I love Ruth A. Casie's work. I've been a fantasy fan for years and have been a time travel romance fan for a couple years. Her work is creative and captivating. It's the perfect read to curl up with over the weekend. I highly recommend it.