Spanning two continents and three decades, New York Times bestselling authors Tim LaHaye and Gregory Dinallo weave harrowing, moving epic of soul mates separated by fate and circumstance, where true love is never really lost-if hope and faith remain. Dylan Cooper wandered into a prestigious Boston art gallery hoping to sell some of his photographs, and walked out determined to marry lovely, forthright gallery assistant Grace MacVicar. Like Dylan, Grace left her Scottish homeland to fulfill her dreams abroad. With Grace as his muse and his bride, Dylan finds new artistic inspiration, until he is called home to serve his country. Though he keeps his promise to return, he learns to his despair that Grace has vanished, believing Dylan had been killed. Heartbroken, Dylan builds a quiet life in the small fishing village of Newbury, Massachusetts, spending his days immersed in photography-until, out of the blue, he learns of Grace's whereabouts. Twenty years have passed since they last met, changing them in body and soul. Now, as dark clouds loom over Europe once again, Dylan must hope Grace can face the past she's struggled so hard to forget, and reclaim her future with him.