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Timeless Vows: Five Tales of Love (Timeless Tales Book 4)

By Ruth A. Casie, Lita Harris, Emma Kaye, Nicole S. Patrick and Julie Rowe

Timeless Tales do not need to be read in order.

A weekend wedding has five couples thinking about the meaning of wedded bliss. Old vows are renewed and new ones made at The Loon Lake Inn nestled in the remote mountains of Maine.

Ruth A. Casie ~ Forsaking All Others
No commitment. That’s what they’ve both always wanted. Or do they? After ten years, they’re not so certain. Will a small deception push them toward that next step or pull them apart?

Lita Harris ~ Till Death Do Us Part
When a married couple’s path changes direction, the familiar fades to a memory and new surroundings cause them to question their future. Will they continue along their separate ways or can they find their way home—together?

Emma Kaye ~ To Have and to Hold
When tragedy threatens to tear a couple apart, will a trip back in time to their wedding day save their relationship—or end their marriage before it even begins?

Nicole S. Patrick ~ From This Day Forward
A weekend spent incognito at a friend’s wedding should be enough time to get a musician back on track after her career hits a low note. But when a college crush sends her senses reeling, will this Grammy Award winner change her tune about the future?

Julie Rowe ~ Love and Honor
College sweethearts thought they’d be together forever, but a naked girl in the shower ended their relationship a lifetime too soon. When a friend’s wedding gives them a chance to make things right, will they find their way to a happily ever after, or will old wounds refuse to die?

Praise for Timeless Vows:

“I was drawn to this book because it is five stories that all take place at the same wedding. There are of course characters that make appearances in each book. The recurring characters stay true to their natures from book to book. Although I found some of the stories more engaging than others, overall the book is a true romantic’s testament to love for all ages and stages.”