Jordan, daughter of the famed healer Collum, has always taken pride in her independent nature and in the fact that she’s the only woman on the planet Etherea who possesses “the healer’s gift.” She finds acceptance, excitement, and purpose by treating soldiers in war camps. Jordan is comfortable with her uniqueness and doesn’t believe she needs the love of any man in order to be fulfilled.
When she begins to have premonitions and is captured by enemy soldiers, Jordan becomes embroiled in a quest to save the great-niece of her King, a child who is the product of rape and is being used as a pawn by her own father. Noah, the King’s bastard son, is not only intent on saving his infant cousin and avenging the murder of her mother, but he also knows he’s the ideal match for Jordan. Like her, he’s respected but is also set apart from others. Unlike her, his separateness results from the circumstances of his birth and from the berserker rages he succumbs to during battles.
Jordan and Noah come to understand that love and desire are the most important tools they have in their own quest to stay alive and together. But a twisted part of Noah’s past will threaten his life and sanity. If Jordan can’t heal him, body and soul, then her final premonition will come true. If it does, then both of the lovers are doomed. Jordan refuses to accept that outcome, but her strength of will may not be enough to prevent tragic events from robbing her of the future she longs to have with Noah.
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About the Author
Barbara Cutrera has been a writer since childhood but didn’t begin writing novels until 1999. She decided to pursue publication in 2012. Cutrera is an author who likes to write in various genres – fiction, mystery, contemporary romance, fantasy romance, and romantic suspense. A member of the Romance Writers of America, the Florida Writers’ Association, and the Tampa Area Romance Authors, Cutrera was born and raised in Louisiana and moved to Florida with her family in 2004. She works with the visually-impaired and is visually-impaired herself. She believes that our minds are only limited by the restrictions we place upon them. Her literary credo? “Transcending reality by exploring it one story at a time….”
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
5 Stars I was given this book for my honest review. “Every life has its challenges. No life is perfect. Yet, your remaining years with your family, your husband, your children, your grand-children, your friends, and those you treat will be overwhelmingly good. You’ll be content and have purpose, and so will your husband.” Pulling her to him again, he said, “I love you Jordan. I’ll see you and all the others I love who still live someday. Jordan’s grandfather says it best in this amazing yet conqestial quote. I invite you to take a journey with me as I did these wondrous of characters back to a time where horses, knights, kings and queens were of the norm. This book is on another planet/alternate world. Where sorcerers were a fear of most but in the end they became the eyes and ears to our futuristic selves. Jordan’s true journey begins with the above said quote that her wise grandfather said to her under a tree. Keep the quote in the back of your mind for each word that you read will make the true meaning more evident and earth quaking. To the author: Time and time again we all read books that bring us from the past to the future when in reality the book centers on one time just as this book does but for that the reader must pay close attention to foresee the future is to live in the past and current at the exact same time. Your eyes not only hold the gateway but a path to ones heart. Happy Reading