C. Marie Bowen
J.L.'s Timeless Quest series
Soul of the Witch
1939: Aubrielle's Call
Time stops when magic calls.
Forced to live without her for decades, now he must race to find her.
Pain points the way, but can he reach her in time?
When the news broke on the radio, everyone in the Boston bar went silent.
Germany had invaded Poland. Europe was at war.
Cursed to love only one for all eternity, John moves through the ages, marking time by the lives of his beloved, and waiting for her call. He’s endured decades of emptiness when suddenly the magic beckons. All he knows is that the love of his eternal life is in peril, and the most dangerous spot in the world is where he needs to be.
He must find her. Save her. He cannot help but love her.
She won’t even know who he is.
The Danger and intrigue of pre-WWII Paris beckon in J.L.’s latest tale in his endless journey on his timeless quest.
1875: Soul of the Witch
Drawn to an empty patch of prairie, J.L. meets Quincy Harris and becomes the foreman on The Harris Highlands Ranch. Although the Soul of the Witch series is not about J.L., the Timeless Quest moves through these pages, and plays an important role in the outcome for the James and Harris witches.
1701: The Corsair's Tempest
A French corsair, cursed with immortality, stands in open mutiny after rescuing his greatest treasure—the woman he’s bound to love for eternity—a Spanish siren, unaware of their infinite bond.
This short story was featured in Pirates: A Boys Behaving Badly Anthology #3 edited by Delilah Devlin - so you know this is a spicy adventure!
Available only in ebook.
1328: Hawthorn and Mistletoe
Cursed by a bitter enchantress to love only one woman for eternity, Jurian Locke moves through the ages, marking time by the lives of his beloved, and waiting for her call.
Her Call reaches him, this time, in 1328 at a tournament for King Edward III