The Medieval Knight's Lady
Lorelei hides away in her apartment, working on her art commissions, hoping never to be seen in the New York City night life again.
However, her sister Trisha begs Lorelei to accompany her to a charity ball. Reluctantly, Lorelei agrees, hoping she won’t meet Gareth there. She does see Gareth, and he sees her, dancing in the arms of an obnoxious married man who has a habit of seducing young women. When she feels as if the dance will never end, she is rescued by a handsome and sexy young police detective. They feel an immediate connection to each other. But Nicholas Holden tells Lorelei that he is married. She discovers later that he was married, but his wife died in a car that was rigged to explode by criminals who wanted to kill the police detective.
Nicholas confesses the truth to Lorelei and they spend one wonderful night together. But then, fearing she will meet the same fate as his wife, he disappears from Lorelei’s life.
In an antique store, Lorelei discovers a ring with a papyrus that warns that the ring can send anyone who rubs it back into medieval times. By accident, she rubs the ring and is tossed back into the fifteenth century.
There, she saves a young Lord Nicholas’s life. He is quite taken with Lorelei, and she with him. They fall in love. Unfortunately this Lord Nicholas is already betrothed to Lady Isobel. When Lorelei shows Nicholas the magic ring and threatens to leave him, he takes the ring from her. Now Lorelei is trapped. A series of events leads Lorelei to untangle the woven threads that wind around Lord Nicholas and his betrothed Isobel’s life. Lorelei is then free to return to her home in Brooklyn where she and the modern Nicholas meet each other again and are wiser about their love for each other.
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