Best-selling author Bronwyn Chase never quite fit in with the 21st century. On a publicity trip to New York City, a mysterious woman claiming to be a mystic from Bronwyn's past gives her a silver knights spur. Asked to save Euric, a man she never knew existed, Bronwyn finds herself transported to 12th-century Cornwall.
Landing at the feet of an entranced Euric, she discovers the instant connection she feels to him comes from a midsummer rite gone horribly awry on the eve of her birth. Forced to face a dark wicce who plans to use Euric for her own nefarious ends, Bronwyn summons her own mystical birthright to free him.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Narrator is not consistant with the voices, I had trouble keeping up with who said what and her male voices were plum bad!Rosalyn Landor or Julia Motyka would of done a better job. There was a lot of details we didn't need and a lot that should of been in this story.