‘Once Upon a Summer Night ‘ by Nancy Scanlon is book Three in the “Mists of Fate” series. This is the story of Colin O’Rourke and Eleanor Carberry. This can easily be a standalone book.
Colin is owner of a American Matchmaking company. But more than that he is fated time traveling protectors for his family line. Colin also knows there is a mate out there for him but he has yet to meet her. When a story is printed that his Matchmaking company is only for the privileged and says other bad publicity comments, they ask for the story to be retracted. The writer who has a single niece says she will do so if they prove how successful they can match her niece.
Colin goes to London to meet this niece to fix her up so that he can have his company’s good name back. But on the first night he meets ‘Rose’ who Colin believes to be his mate.
Eleanor is doing her Aunt a favor when she agrees to the matchmaking task. But Eleanor has been hurt before by someone and that has been mainly the reason she is single. But when she surprising meets Colin she gives him her name as Rose. Eleanor doesn’t know who he is nor does Colin know who ‘Rose’ is.
Enjoyed this story and how things unfolded.
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