With Every Breath
When Robert Cameron pounds on Sunny’s door, he isn’t paying a social call. With one brother killed in battle and another fighting for his life, the medieval laird has braved a trip onto enemy soil to fetch the MacLeod witch, a crone rumored to have healing powers. But the woman who opens her door to him is enchanting and young—and not from his century.
REVIEW: I picked up this author on the recommendation of my sister-in-law Melanie, who is my book buddy. So I went to the library and picked up this book as it was the only one that they had. I wasn’t expecting much from the book, but I have to say that I quickly became hooked.
Sunshine or Sunny as she is sometimes called is a naturalist, she loves living in Scotland, just down the way from her sister. When she is dragged into medival Scotland, she has no clue how her life is going to change.
Robert Cameron (Cam) went in search of a witch to save his brother, never knowing how the those actions will forever change him.
When Sunny and Cam came back to the present they had no clue that Cam would end up 8 years before he ever met Sunny, and that Sunny would come back weeks after she first left with Cam.
When they meet up for the first time in the present Cam has no clue who she is, and Sunny can’t understand how he doesn’t remember her, and how come he has been here for so much longer.
Cam is also stuck in a situation of his own making (even though he really doesn’t want to be), he is engaged to a woman that he despises, and can’t understand the feelings and emotions that Sunny brings out in him.
When he convinces Sunny to go to London and just be his friend while he tries to sort out his life, she reluctantly agrees. While he can’t remember their love, she does and it is killing her to close to him, and not have him as her own.
I loved how these two went about figuring out what they were going to do, especially considering the situation that they were in.
If you haven’t checked out a Lynn Kurland book than I highly recommend them. I have a huge stack of them to read so be prepared for more reviews of her books coming up.
I give this book a 4.75 out of 5