Eric is an American archeologist who is working on a hill near Stonehenge, England hoping to find evidence of his "lost tribe". While eating dinner one night, a woman comes up to him gives some earrings to him and whisper to him, "Save us." Eric goes back to his dig site the next day which turns out to be the longest day of the year, a solstice, and finds a plaque with his initial and the date of the solstice buried in the dirt along with a switch for something. He pulls open the switch and he enters a room, which makes him feel sick and he wakes up in a different time. Eric meets a woman named Aydyn and they fall in love and get married in the past.
This time-travel romance story has some good characters and an interesting story line, which leaves you wondering how it will end. You will have to read the book to find out what Eric experiences in the past and how these two characters come to fall in love and get married. A love across time and a prophecy.
He longed for someone he'd never even met.
For lone wolf archeologist Eric Beck, love has always been out of reach-something he's been searching for since the day he was born, never knowing where to look. But on an unexplored hill near Stonehenge, something calls to him. Someone calls to him. And on the day of the summer solstice, his entire existence is about to change .
To love him would set an unthinkable destiny in motion.
She was Aydyn. Powerful. Beautiful. Druae. Living long before Eric's time and bound by sacred duty to see through a prophecy that could mean the end of her people. With Eric's arrival through the stone circle, a passion is unleashed-a love written in the stars and designed to reveal the fate of the Druae.