Their everlasting love has survived many lifetimes, but not without sacrifice and heartache. Their relationship is never easy. After their first meeting at the serene Blue Lake, fate tends to keep them apart until they’re ready to find each other.
Fate rubs its hands with glee after playing a cruel joke on them this time and places them on different continents, twenty years apart.
Nicole was born in Ohio. She doesn’t remember her past life. She had a career, got married, and was later widowed.
Richard entered life twenty years later in Britain and became an actor.
But fate cannot keep them apart. What they have is more than love. They’re eternal soulmates.
When they finally meet in Albuquerque, they remember their love and feel overwhelming joy, but the twenty-year age difference plants the painful thorns of doubt, worry, and fear.
Their unlikely but undeniable love pulls them closer and closer, while careers, family, and other relationships push them farther and farther apart.
The ten-year period they spend together in this lifetime takes them on many exciting adventures from beautiful New Mexico, across the Atlantic to England, Ireland, Italy, and Aruba. Nicole and Richard have an incredibly strong connection, but they must face not only happiness and joy but the dark side of life as well.
I don’t usually read books like this one, but I am glad I read it
I don’t usually read books like this one, but I am glad I read it. This book is about two people who love each other no matter what happens to them. It is about two people who are from different planets, one is a princess, and the other one is a farm boy. He had loved her from afar for a very long time. Finally, they meet, and she picks him from all the other men. She falls in love with him, and he tells her he has loved her for a long time. This book is would you need to read, and you can see that love in the same in any universal. I recommend this book to anyone who loves to read a different kind of love story.
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