The Promise

I’m happy to annouce that the last book in my time-travel trilogy, prism winner The Promise, has now been re-issued in digital format at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords!

The mine called to Cara from deep in the San Juan Mountains, near the town of Silverthread.    Surrounded by a murderous tapestry of lies, it had once been rich in ore, overflowing with wealth that could make a family’s fortune—or destroy it.  But also in its labyrinthine tunnels lay the path to redemption and love, a magic that could draw a woman one hundred years into the past, into the arms of one who could make her life whole.

But crossing time was just the beginning.  To right wrongs already done, to paint a new future, one brighter and full of love, Cara would have to unravel the mine’s mysteries.  She would have to depend upon the rugged man who emerged from its opening and trust his vow to keep her safe and cherish her forever.  Then, and only then, would she truly understand the danger—and the power—of the promise.

And don’t forget the other two books in the trilogy:  Everything In Its Time and Wild Highland Rose

Wild Highland Rose

Just in time for the holidays;  the second book in my time travel trilogy, Wild Highland Rose, has now been reissued in digital format.   Check it out at Barnes and Noble, Amazon and Smashwords.   iTunes and Sony versions should be available soon.   Glad that Marjory and Cameron are getting a ‘second chance’!  Here’s the blurb:

Trapped in a loveless marriage, Marjory Macpherson rejoices at the news of her husband’s death, only to find that he is, in fact, very much alive.  Marjory has spent her life hating the Camerons, waiting for the day that she can avenge her father.  Now suddenly, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to a man who is the enemy.

Cameron Even awakes on the side of a Scottish mountain trapped in another man’s body.  Despite evidence supporting his fifteenth century existence, Cameron is faced with the fact that the few memories he does have clearly depict a different kind of life, one that will not exist for another five hundred years…

“Put the soundtrack to Brigadoon on and enjoy the ride. Ms. Davis has delicately crafted a beautiful story that will leave you wanting more.”  — Huntress Book Reviews