Each life is tethered to others, tendrils wrapping through time itself . . . drawing people to each other . . .
In 1815, Timothy, Viscount Linwood—handsome, arrogant, privileged—never veers from the refined rules of his world. Cheerfulness and other unsavory emotions are for lesser persons. Anything that smacks of trade is to be shunned. Honor and pride above all else. Consequently, when he discovers his estates are bankrupt, he decides to woo and marry an heiress post-haste. After all, love is for lesser-mortals. But then Fate intervenes and draws him to a vibrant woman who makes him want things he can never have. Can a pompous lord change enough to find redemption?
In 2015, Jasmine Fleury just wants her happily-ever-after. If only she could stop losing people instead—her grandmother, boyfriends . . . and now her entire family. Worse, she finds herself babysitting a haughty nineteenth century lord who can’t even shave himself. What grown man can’t shave himself? She has no interest in playing damsel-in-shining-armor to his knight-in-distress. But Fate has other plans.
This humorous and heart-warming final installment in the Amazon bestselling House of Oak series can easily be read as a stand-alone book.