A ROMANTIC BALLAD....A HAUNTING MEMORY....
When Rose Lennox arrives in a medieval village in Scotland to help authenticate the grisly find of two lovers in a grave, she is both drawn and repelled by builder Robert Ayer. Big and brooding, darkly handsome, both hostile and hungry, Robert seems to call forth something in Rose that she never knew existed.
As the mystery surrounding the find deepens and Rose falls more and more under the spell of the village, it becomes urgent to discover the truth. Did Rose love Robert in another life? Did he love her....or kill her?
A Lunch Hour Love Story, a satisfying love story you can read in an hour...over your lunch hour or in the car pool line, or anywhere else you want a little distraction.
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About the Author
Whether set in the turbulent past or the even more challenging present, Barbara’s books feature strong women, families, dogs, food, and adventure—whether on the road or toward the heart.
Now living in her hometown of Colorado Springs, Barbara lives with her partner, Christopher Robin, an endurance athlete, along with her dog and cats. She is an avid gardener, hiker, photographer and traveler who loves to take off at dawn to hike a 14er or head to a faraway land. She loves to connect with readers and is very involved with them on the Internet.
You may read more about Barbara’s books at barbarasamuel.com. She blogs at A Writer Afoot , Reinventing Fabulous, and The Goddess blogs, and features mini blogs on her popular Facebook page. Barbara is very active writing new books and converting her backlist into eBooks. To find the most up to date information, please visit her websites.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Heart warming story.
*A very enjoyable short read.. not too long and not too short..
A great legendary love story that will linger long after you're done. Ms. Samuel weaves it into the present with skill and charm. Great read for a short plane trip or a leisurely lunch.
The story line was interesting and very entertaining. However, it would have best been served through a longer story where the characters could have been developed further. Due to the shortness I couldnt give it more stars.
A very good well-written short book about the solving of a mystery in Scotland and reincarnation. Wish it had been a full book.