Isn’t this clematis wreath lovely? In Just Beyond the Garden Gate, Laurie wants to open a garden center and gift shop. I can picture this plant sitting on an antique oak table in her shop. I found the wreath in a local store and just had to have it. It’s in my kitchen, smiling at me while I cook. Soon, it will be planted in my entry garden to twirl through low-growing, evergreen shrubs.
Blurb for Just Beyond the Garden Gate:
Determined to regain her royal status, a banished faerie princess accepts a challenge from the High-Queen of the Fae to unite an unlikely couple while the clan brownie attempts to thwart her.
Passion ignites when a faerie-shove propels burned-out business consultant Laurie Bernard through the garden gate, back through time, and into the embrace of Patrick MacLachlan. The arrogant clan chief doesn’t know what to make of the lass in his arms, especially when he recognizes the brooch she wears as the one his stepmother wore when she and his father disappeared.
With the fae interfering at every opportunity, the couple must learn to trust one another while they battle an enemy clan, expose a traitor within their midst and discover the true fate of the missing parents. Can they learn the most important truth—love transcends time?
Journey from the lush gardens of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina to the Scottish Highlands of 1509 with Just Beyond the Garden Gate.