Key to Forever

Christina Skye (Author)
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Description

Once raised to defend a doomed Scottish queen, the Cameron sword lies hidden, guarded by a deadly curse. Only the bravest dare seek the fabled blade - and the rare treasure it contains. A British earl with gypsy blood, in his wild youth Alexei Cameron shared an extraordinary night with a beautiful stranger who vanished with the dawn. Now she is back in his life - bound to him in a chilling mission.

A tour guide at beautiful Draycott Abbey and an expert on ancient weaponry, Joanna Russell had good reasons for abandoning Alex after their unforgettable night of passion. But she must forget her haunted past to solve the puzzle of the lost Cameron sword - confronting dark secrets and an enemy who knows too much. To find their treasure, Alex and Joanna must fulfil their destiny, set centuries before. For the key to an ancient mystery lies in a passion reborn...and in a haunting love too long denied.

Product Details

Price
$6.99
Publisher
HarperTrophy
Publish Date
June 29, 2004
Pages
384
Dimensions
4.19 X 1.04 X 6.92 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Mass Market Paperbound
EAN/UPC
9780380782802

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About the Author

Chritina Skye has eaten snake meat in Shanghai and armadillo in Canton. A Ph.D. graduate in Chinese literature, she has translated for Chinese generals, dissident poets, and fifth-generation puppet masters. In 1981 the Ohio native was nearly arrested when a businessman she was working for insisted she help him smuggle two "ladies of dubious virtue" into Peking's prestigious State Guest House.

The armed PLA soldiers at the gate were not amused, shenotes. But these days Skye's greatest love is England, especially the fog-swept southeast coast. Here she firstencountered the portrait of a proud-faced, sad-eyed aristocratand a great gray cat sitting protectively beneath it. Adrian andGideon haven't given her a moment's peace since.

Two Draycott novellas later (one appeared in Avon Books'Haunting Love Stories and one in Bewitching Love Stories), the award-winning author of four historical romances is deepat work on a new novel set at magical Draycott Abbey.

A descendant of Revolutionary War hero Adam Helmer, Christina Skye currently lives with her husband and youngson in New Jersey, where she prudently avoids snakes andanything that resembles an armadillo.

Reviews

"A master...Christina Skye delivers wonderfully unique and spellbinding tales."-- "Romantic Times"