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An Enchanted Spring

Narrated by: Jane Jacobs
Series: Mists of Fate, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 45 mins
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Nancy Scanlon continues the time-bending saga she began with The Winter Laird, pulling heroes and villains alike through the portals of time to help save their futures and find their truest loves.

A time travel accident has left Aidan MacWilliam, younger brother of a medieval Irish laird, trapped in the future. Though he's become a successful entrepreneur in the 21st century, Aidan still can't banish thoughts of the world he left behind. In search of distraction, he heads to New York to scout a PR person for his cousin's matchmaking firm, Celtic Connections.

Emmaline Perkins might be the perfect candidate. A PR expert and closet medievalist, Emma has always put work before her social life. When a breathtakingly handsome man who looks like he stepped straight out of the Middle Ages proposes business, she struggles to keep her professional and personal lives separate. Then Emma's ex-fiancé resurfaces, threatening Emma's livelihood, her home, and ultimately her safety.

Aidan jumps to protect her, and not just because she's good for business. He feels a primal need to defend the alluring young woman. But the question is not where she'll be safe - but when.

©2016 Nancy Scanlon (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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  • elizabeth gibb
  • 02-02-2018

relaxing read

the story was easy listening although a little predictable. I felt it needed more substinance the narrator was very easy to listen to.