Claire Covington is running out of time. Will she be the only Covington cousin not to inherit the family magic just because she hasn’t fallen in love?
Daniel Thackeray’s life needs a major course correction. After nearly causing an international tragedy, he’s forced to change his career trajectory, but to what?
After decades of orbiting around each other, what will finally bring Claire and Daniel together? They need to figure it out soon, because their hearts and futures aren’t the only ones in jeopardy.
"I found this to be a fantastic story Even though it was bittersweet reading the final book in this series. I really loved reading about the characters and the town. This story is well written like the others and is full of so many surprises. The magic, mystery, and romance are wrapped up together nicely in this story. This series is best read together but could still enjoy this story on its own. Definitely recommend reading this story."
This was THE book I've been wanting to write for, well, forever! I always wanted to write a book with a time travel feel, and I'm so pleased how it caps off the series. Also, a bookstore, a cat, and van Gogh's Starry Night--what else could I ask for?
Then, with a son-in-law who is an honest-to-goodness rocket scientist, well, that fit right in with my science-as-magic theme. And one of his hobbies? You guessed it, model rockets. Enough said... read the book and you'll understand!
Daniel is first mentioned in Falling for Her Billionaire Best Friend. It is there that you'll read about the near-tragedy. My first glimpse of Hawthorne was also in that book as I was just starting to consider writing this series.
It is in Falling for Her Billionaire Best Friend that Daniel experiences his first of Keira's scones.
*You don't have to read Falling for Her Billionaire Best Friend first, but you might want to go back and read it after Essence of Gravity if you haven't already read it.