Crusader, Adam MacFhearguis is on one last quest to the standing stones in Scotland where he seeks to bury the past. However, a silent prayer sends him to an unknown future and to his beloved Meggie. When he uncovers a shocking revelation, Adam questions everything about the woman he thought he knew and loved. He may have traveled the veil of ages, but time is now his enemy.
Margaret MacKay lives a life in the future without the memories of her past—her death. When Adam arrives at her door confessing he knows her, she is confused and wary. With each passing day, she yearns to learn more from this stranger. Yet, when a truth is revealed, can she trust the man to unlock the chains from her mind and heart?
Will love free the bonds to unite the two lovers who were doomed centuries ago? Or will evil finally claim victory over the Dragon Knights?
In book five of the Order of the Dragon Knights, Adam MacFhearguis returns home to Scotland after experiencing the horrors of the Crusades. He’s broken, scarred, and still devastated over the loss of Meggie, his beloved. He wants nothing more than to move on and find some semblance of peace in his life, so he goes to the sacred standing stones where Meggie died to say goodbye. The Fae, however, answers his prayers and sends him to his heart’s desire.
Margaret “Meggie” MacKay has no memory of her former life in 13th century Scotland. She resides with her MacKay cousins in the present day, and she loves her son, Jamie, fiercely. Then a strange, handsome man happens upon her home, claiming to know her and promising to help her regain her memories. But can she trust him?
OMG! This book is my favorite in the series. Adam and Meggie have been through a terrible time without each other, especially Adam. He’s never stopped loving her, and she fell in love with him all over again. They are truly soul mates and destined for each other.
I teared up when Meggie finally remembers the past and who she is, and her and Adam’s true reunion with her memories intact was very passionate. I cried a bit again when she and Adam were reunited with her brothers and with his. This big family reunion is what I’ve been waiting for, and it didn’t disappoint.
I’m so relieved the series-wide villain, Lachlan, finally got what he deserved. He was a nasty piece of work.
My favorite thing about this story is that the hero travels from the past to the present to find the one he loves. In all the other books, the heroines did the traveling, so this change was refreshing. Adam’s fear of Meggie’s jeep (which he called the beast) and airplanes (silver dragons) were hilarious, and I loved his excitement over running water in the bathroom. I just bet someone from centuries past would kill for a modern convenience like that.
Grab some tissues before you read Dragon Knight’s Ring. It pulls on your heartstrings and is the perfect conclusion to this entertaining paranormal romance series.
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