Journey to New Heights

Journey to New Heights
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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Lady Ever After by Tamara Leigh

My review today is on the Medieval  Romance, Lady Ever After. This is the second book in the Beyond Time, A Medieval Time Travel Series. This book is awesome! I really liked the first book in this series and wanted to see how she handled this one. This book takes place now and in the Fifteenth Century. You are going to love this story; it is well written, full of adventure, and very intriguing. I really enjoyed every minute of it but I really liked the end.

Collier Gilchrist Morrow is a successful business man in England. He was badly hurt in an accident while mountain climbing. He has become addicted to pain killers when his girl friend finds out she leaves him and goes back to the US. He goes to a rehab center to get clean, buys a ring, and is determined to make Aryn his wife. When he returns home he finds Aryn has died. He is beside himself; he has lost everything dear to him. He stares at the only thing left to him that means anything. It is a painting of a woman who was killed in the attack on Stivling Castle in the Fifteenth Century. As he lays on his couch the paint covering her face falls off and he looks at his beloved, Aryn. He prays for another chance he is struck down by the portrait and lands in the fifteenth century. Could he save Catherine Algernon from certain death and help the man that would become his forefather. Could he see Catherine as herself and not his Aryn? Is it too soon to love again?

Catherine Algernon is living in Stivling Castle; they are under siege and she is at the end of the road. She has seen the picture of her death in her dreams and knows it will be soon. As she sleeps a man is found in her room calling her Aryn. She screams and men come running to throw her in the dungeon but now her dream has changed. She is saved from death but is told she must marry this man who saved her life, Collier Gilchrist, a commoner. Catherine is a Lancastrian and the man she is to marry is a Yorkist, a hated enemy. Not only was her hatred livid he kept calling her another woman's name. How could they live this way?

A great journey of two times intertwining. It reminds me kind of Brigadoon. God has a plan for these souls from two very different worlds. A plan for a hope and a future. God has a plan for you too. Your story might not be from two different times but usually you come from two different worlds. Opposites work well together and balance each other out. God is so good; so give him your heart and watch him turn your life around.


  1. Hi Glenda! Thank you for the review of Lady Ever After. Very blessed!

  2. Thank you so much for commenting on my blog. I so appreciate it.