A Druid. A Templar. A woman who loved them both.
Catriona Stewart collapses while visiting Orkney, and vividly experiences her life there in the 8th century. She grows up learning the skills and magic of the Druids, and witnesses the arrival of the Vikings.
Back in present time, she struggles to adjust, haunted by memories of the man she loved, and her promise to him that they would be reunited in another life.
Eventually, she learns to live with her past, but her solitary life is disrupted when she meets Mark. She fights her growing attraction to him, but her attachment to his young daughter, Laura, is harder to resist, especially as the child seems aware of her memories.
When Catriona relives another life in the 14th century, the pain of loss overwhelms her. She struggles to move forward, knowing she will be forever tied to those lives, and the people she cherished.
How can she face the future without making peace with her past?