Grief stricken, Anna wanders the French Quarter of New Orleans. After encountering a strange disembodied chant, she is sent falling back in time and into the arms of a man who bears an uncanny resemblance to her deceased fiancée.
Confused by her uncontrollable desire for Gabriel, and feeling utterly alone, Anna begins writing letters to her mother, letters to be delivered over one hundred and fifty years later!
It's late and my husband has awakened several times tonight with that, "Please, come to bed," look on his face. This is all your fault Ms Hudson; I knew I would never sleep until I finished this book. And before I can go to bed I'll have to add a destination to my Bucket List--New Orleans. Past, present, and future collide as the story twists and turns in this (sort of) time travel romance. I think I should leave it at that because I hate spoilers and I'm still mentally reviewing all the details that weave themselves into the well-excecuted ending. I have the other five; a real bargain at 99 cents each. Which should I read next?
Excellent story and so unexpected. I did not expect it to be so intense and captivating. I could feel what they were feeling, see what they were seeing, and I could actually imagine myself in the settings that were so well described by this author. In my opinion, this is a must read!