WOW! For the second book in author Christina George's incredible Royal Romance series, this book is a knockout! One thing I adore about each book is that they pick up right after the previous one leaves off, so there's zero information that the reader misses. Once again, we meet up with Peter and Emma, and the tragedy of their story that has been interrupted by life. We also get to meet the ever elusive Romania fiance, Alexandra. I absolutely loathed her, but she was extremely well written. She is a very strong character, and her motives, while somewhat hidden, are not pleasant, to say the least. The story moves incredibly fast, and there's plenty of drama, and not a little heartache. Once again, I highly recommend reading in order. I loved it!
What would you do if events from the past kept intruding into your life, demanding their resolution? And to know that those events involved the one man you cannot have, and have zero contact with? This is the dilemma facing Emma as she learns to move on after Peter. His betrothal to Alexandra has been announced, and Emma is devastated. Peyton, Emma's cousin, insists that Emma must use her skills and go back in tie to determine what is so urgent to solve. And then the phone rings. Emma is surprised and more than a little concerned when an unknown individual requests her publicity skills. Emma accepts, and the fallout of this event will be far reaching, more than anyone could ever imagine.
What if the love of your life lived 200 years ago?
Emma was born with a gift to see past lives, but has no interest in reliving her own.
Until it comes back to haunt her.
When Emma meets Peter he seems like an average guy, albeit crushingly handsome, not to mention wealthy. Then he reveals he’s so much more, he’s the crowned Prince of Belgium, and Emma can’t shake the feeling they’ve met before. And when starts falling for him she suddenly realizes they’ll never be together in this life because of what happened in the past.
Two-hundred years ago Fitz and Anna-Maria ruled Belgium as King and Queen, but their heart-stopping love story ended in one of the greatest royal tragedies history has ever known.
Recalling the past is one thing, rewriting history is another.
Is Emma skilled enough for the task?
Battling unfinished business, navigating 19th century society, and evading enemies that are able to travel through time just to keep them apart makes Emma fear the worst, despite what her heart tells her.
Set in New York, Belgium, and 200 years ago, the Royal Romance Trilogy is a sweeping paranormal time travel saga about a love that will live forever, often just out of grasp, and the forces that are trying to destroy it.
This is book two in a three part series. It is best to read these books in order!