We continue Constance O’Day-Flannery’s unique blend of romance and time-travel science fiction with Once and Forever, the tale of a woman fleeing into the arms of a lover far away and long go.
Maggie Whitaker looks out the small window on her red-eye flight to London, asking herself a simple question. What is she doing here? Running away is the answer. Running away from unemployment, a mortgage, an artist ex-husband demanding alimony. But, Maggie is also running towards something…A romance that lies hundreds of years in the past.
Nicholas Layton is the third son of the Earl of Traherne, introduced at the court and summoned by the house of Amebury to Greville Manor. On his way there, Nicholas is thrown from his horse and meets this enchanting, perplexing Margaret who claims to come from the future. Surely she must be confused, especially considering how entangled she already is in the political machinations of Elizabeth’s royal court. But, the truth unfolds in a single, perfect kiss…
In Once and Forever, O’Day-Flannery, the original “Queen of Time Travel Romance,” shows that nothing–not insidious plots, not royal decree, not even a distance of centuries–can get in the way of true love.