Having traveled back in time to the 16th century, Tegan Karlova battles with the harsh reality of the world in which she finds herself trapped. She loves her husband and is learning to respect the new brother she has just met, however, she finds it impossible to forget the family that raised her. She's just plain homesick. It doesn't help that this current world is filled with terror, pain, deceit, and isolation.
To top it off she's pregnant and just plain pissed. Her husband Nicolai is off on risky business for her brother who wants to start a war. People keep trying to kill her. The bathroom facilities suck and there's no crème rinse for her hair. So when she finds a letter from her birth mother telling her why she was abandoned in the 20th century, Tegan decides going into a coma-like sleep for a few days might be the only way to escape it all.
Questions torment her. It seems everything is out of control in this strange environment. Who can she trust? Will those she loves survive? Can she endure delivering a baby without medical assistance? Will the superstitions of this time period condemn her if they find out about all her weirdness? Most important of all, when Nicolai needs her the most, will she be able to control this elusive power and find the faith within herself to 'walk the path of time once more'?
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