Avon, 2007 (2007)
Reviewed by Kim Atchue-Cusella
ve Faraday is unconvinced by the attentions that Aubrey Ashford has been showing her. He is the hottest bachelor around and while Eve is beautiful, Aubrey has his pick of women to court and marry. After a short courtship, though, Eve agrees to marry him.
ve and Aubrey move to his ancestral home at Fair Isle. But after meeting Aubrey's sister Arianna, Eve has questions. It seems that Aubrey has had more than one wife that he never told her about. Arianna has given Eve certain questions to ask of Aubrey, who finally confesses that he's from a world that is not Eve's and he is several centuries old. Confused, disbelieving, and with her happiness shattered, Eve runs home to her father. But will Aubrey live in the mortal world, even though his family is dwindling and he has the means to sire a son?
has many unexpected twists and turns. Aubrey falls in love with Eve and has never felt this way about a woman before. He is torn between his family and remaining a mortal with Eve. Eve has trouble believing in Aubrey's family roots and wrestles with the idea of having children with him. Edith Layton pens a page turning story that you won't want to put down.
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