"Death came too early, salvation too late . . ."
He started as a dream. Night after night he called to her. Each night she felt his touch, relished his kiss, then watched him burn to his death. Each night she tried unsuccessfully to save him.
Then suddenly Kat Barringer found herself in 1842, and the man of her dreams was all too real. Some said he was the devil, he knew he was a monster, but Kat needed only to look into his emerald eyes to know his heart was pure, that he was merely a man. And she realized she was sent through time to rescue him . . .
Tynan Sloane had sworn revenge on the man who had changed him, made him unfit for love. He thought Kat was the enemy's daughter, yet he hungered for her more fiercely than he had hungered for any woman.
And then he realized that only Kat could lift the veil of darkness, teach him not to fear his own power, and show him that love was strong enough to conquer time itself.