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    Past Destinies - Book One of the Soulmate Destinies Books
    Agatha, Goddess second division, Department of Love, has been given the job of uniting soul mates, no matter how impossible it might seem. Can she save Doug and Liz from being separated through time forever?

    Elizabeth has no use for men or learning to run a household. She'd rather spend time with her horse, Black, and thanks to her Aunt and Uncles indulgent raising sees no reason not to do just that. Never-mind that they'd like to see her married to the most eligible man in town. 

    Doug isn't sure why he woke up in 1868 but after rescuing a spirited young blonde he's starting to think he might like it there. Too bad he isn't sure how long he will be staying. One thing is certain until he knows for sure, he'd better keep her out of his thoughts - and his bed. 

      ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE: May 2, 2011


    “Why did you kiss me?” Elizabeth demanded, twisting her hair into a makeshift bun and
    shoving her hat back on her head as she glared at him.
    “I wanted to show you I knew you weren’t a boy,” he said.
    “Just because I like kissing you does not give you liberty to make free with my person,”
    she said.
    “You like kissing me, huh?” Doug couldn’t help the huge grin he felt spreading across his
    “Don’t get excited,” she said wryly, opening the stall with her horse inside. “I like kissing
    Black, too.”
    Reaching forward she pulled the big stallion toward her and kissed the middle of his nose.
    He responded with an affectionate nudge that almost pushed her onto her backside.
    “You didn’t just compare kissing me to kissing a horse.” Doug’s mouth dropped open, and
    he choked back a laugh.
    “I did.” He could hear the laughter in her voice. “I’m still not sure which of you is the better
    “If you expect me to just walk away from a challenge like that you don’t know anything
    about men.” Doug pulled her back into his arms and tipped her grinning face up to his again.