Duty was all he lived for
Until he saved the life of a woman from the future
Luke Daniels was on a covert mission behind enemy lines when he followed the sound of gunfire and discovered a lovely woman cowering before a German soldier who had just killed her companion. He had a split second to decide – leave her to her fate; or risk death and his mission to save her. It was a choice that would change his life forever.
Staring down the muzzle of a pistol, as a German soldier barked questions at her, Faith Lincolnshire had to wonder what had possessed her to take on a mission like this. She was an unadventurous Medical PA, not a time-traveller. Yet from the moment she’d uncovered the mysterious disappearance of one hundred and fifty children from a Nazi Death Train in 1942 she’d known her destiny was to save them. But it was one thing to propose such an audacious plan; it was another to carry it out. Such a huge mission required expertise none in New Atlantis had, especially not her.
When a handsome, highly-skilled fighter saves her life, Faith realises she’s found what she needs – for her mission and for herself. But from the moment the US Commando awakens in her peaceful, Utopian world it becomes apparent he doesn’t fit in. And even as passion surges between them, Faith knows that if Luke lends his expertise to her mission he would take the first opportunity to return to his own. And once a person disappeared from their own time-line, like Luke had, there was no going back. Her people would make sure of that.