Synopses & Reviews
Like the legendary London Bridge, Diana Lively has been transplanted from England to the Arizona desert.
Trained as an architect and top in her class, she makes dollhouses. Widowed at a young age, she distrusted people who were kind to her, and married Ted, the one man who wasn't. Maybe it's a good thing that Diana Lively's life is suddenly out of her control.
A brash American billionaire wants to put up a King Arthur Theme Park smack in the middle of the Arizona desert. With dollar signs dancing in its head, Oxford University is only too happy to send Ted Lively, their resident Arthurian expert, to consult on the project. There, in the most unlikely place, in the most surprising ways, Diana is about to discover that the happiness she thought was lost forever can shower down on her again, can flood her dry life like a lake in the desert, and make it bloom.
Oh, and Ted. Ted is about to discover that there is justice in the world...
Just like the London Bridge, a British woman is transplanted to Arizona, where she gets her life pulled out from under her--and that's a good thing.
About the Author
Sheila Curran lives in Tallahassee, Florida, and is herself the wife of a professor.