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Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press Type: 


Copyright:  May, 2007 ISBN-13:  160154068X

P. L. Parker

One woman's journey into the past to find her future and the man whose soul searches the generations to find his one true mate.

Love survives the ravages of time. Set against the backdrop of the Taklamakan Desert, Fiona, a beautiful, modern young woman of Celtic heritage, finds herself transported to ancient China, to a time of barbarian warriors, marauding nomads from the northern steppes, and at what was then a crossroad between East and West. Fiona finds a new way of life in the arms of the handsome warrior, Kellach, a man of noble stature and a leader among the Celtic settlements ringing the great desert. Desperate to return to the present and struggling against her mounting feelings, Fiona finally accepts her fate, exulting in the rapture and delights of Kellach’s love, only to have Voadicia, a beautiful seductress, destroy that dream of happiness. Kellach’s soul searches the mists of time, yearning to be reunited with his one true mate – Fiona.    

There it was again, Fiona thought, I definitely heard something this time. She slowly turned around and gasped. She was definitely hallucinating now. It appeared to her muddled mind that horsemen were standing in a line behind her. Because of the sun’s positioning and her injured eye, she wasn’t able to really see them clearly, but from their outline, they almost looked like Indians. But, no, the sun glinted off what appeared to be shades of blonde, red and brown hair. Perhaps they were from the Festival, they certainly looked the part. It was all just too confusing and she couldn’t grasp the significance of what was occurring.
Kellach’s men recoiled. The crone’s visage was a nightmare to be sure. The left side of her face was a mass of purplish bruises and her left eye was swollen shut. Dried blood covered the right side of face and her lips were swollen and cracked. She appeared to be ancient, so bent over was she. A shawl covered her head, and strands of dirty white hair hung around her face. Her clothing was filthy and torn in a good number of places. From a quick perusal, Kellach could see that she had tied her left arm to her body and was leaning heavily on the stick she carried.
Fiona dropped to her knees, “Thank God,” she croaked, “I had almost given up. What took you so long?” She almost didn’t recognize her own voice; it was so hoarse and gravelly sounding.
Kellach looked around the group, “Do any of you understand what she said?” They all looked blank.

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The Long and The Short of It - 4 Stars
From the dark, eerie prologue through to the very unexpected ending, "Fiona" by P.L. Parker is an engaging and eventful account of a life, and a timeless love.

This full length romance, "Fiona" by P.L. Parker is an interesting read that explores the human character as much as it explores love.
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Fallen Angel Reviews - 5 Angels
The excitement and joy I felt after reading this book was enormous. Fiona is a love to pass all loves. The characters are crafted well, making them almost believable in all their actions and emotions. Rich in historical data, I was carried in time, right along with Fiona, as she meets Kellach for the first time. Just imagining waking up and finding oneself in another time period with different lifestyles and people, this story was so gripping it was like being in the center of all the action. I found this page-turner hard to put down once I started it. The way P. L. Parker allows Fiona to learn another way of life and get caught in all the different aspect that surrounds her is marvelously done. She blends a romance to last through eternity, it is absolutely timeless. Impressible, implausible, and elegantly done, this is one story that I don’t think I will ever forget!
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Reviewed by Sophia Simmons 11/26/2008
Sounds like an intriquing story...Best wishes

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