Witch siblings, Bram and Freya Montague, are whisked from 1698 Massachusetts into the future by their well meaning aunt after an evil warlock curses them to immortality.
Fast forward to present-day Florida, where brother and sister have lived for over 300 years. Resenting a fate that prohibits him from ever dying has created in Bram a reputation for danger and soured him on the notion of a serious relationship. Freya, on the other hand, has been open to love throughout her many lives, but no one has stolen her heart like the man she’s been dreaming of for more than three centuries. A chance meeting with a motorcycle-riding, gun shop-owning woman and her cousin, a man who communicates with ghosts, brings with it the winds of change and has Bram and Freya emotionally battling between their desires and what they know is right. After several supernatural encounters that cannot be ignored, the Montagues face their nemesis in a final showdown that culminates in the discovery of long-hidden truths that will once again alter their lives.
The needle in Freya’s nimble fingers moved deftly over the cotton on her lap. Without looking up, she said, “I remember a time when you drove a motorcycle. It seems so long ago. What year was it?”
“Nineteen thirty-one,” Bram said. “When I saw that stunt clown ride one inside the Globe of Death at the Ringling Brothers circus in Sarasota, I had to have one.”
“It didn’t take long for you to wreck it.” She glanced up. “I’ll never forget how scared I was to see you in the hospital with your arm in a sling and your leg in a cast.” She shook her head. “You were too reckless at times.”
There were no excuses left to offer his sister. It had all been said before, numerous times in the past 300-odd years. “Yeah, the thirties were some tough years for me.”
“Amongst others,” Freya reminded.
Bram didn’t want to talk about all the times he’d done stupid things and taken extraordinary risks trying to break the curse. But no matter how much alcohol he drank, how many vehicles he crashed, or what kinds of dangerous situations he put himself in, nothing changed. His bones mended, wounds healed, decades passed, and he continued to live as a 28-year-old man, just as he’d been in 1698 when Garrett Smythe cursed them.
The way he dressed changed with the times, as well as his vocabulary and social behaviors, but the essence of Abraham Montague was locked up tighter than a drum. He was immortal.
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