Love Never Surrenders by Steve Moretti

  • ASIN : B07VC8G3LN
  • Publisher : DWA Media (July 30, 2019)
  • Publication date : July 30, 2019
  • Language : English
  • File size : 2479 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 474 pages
  • Lending : Enabled


Adeena Stuart is an aspiring cellist from the year 2019 who finds herself living the life of another woman in 1746 Scotland fighting to save the doomed father of the woman’s unborn child. Adeena is driven to compose and perform, but it’s not until she somehow becomes Katharine Carnegie, an 18th-century cellist and composer herself, that the music inside both women finds its true timeless power.

Their composition, Song for a Lost Kingdom, transfigures the heart of James Drummond, who history records as dying shortly after the Battle of Culloden. His death starts a tragic chain of events that will haunt pregnant, unwed Katharine and her family for generations.

In ‘Love Never Surrenders,’ Book II of the Song for a Lost Kingdom trilogy, Adeena’s family watches as she lies in a deep coma in 2019, fighting the expanding growth in her brain.

But she is very much alive as Katharine in 1746, racing against time to change the course of history. She will stop at nothing to save James from the inevitable death that awaits him as he follows Bonnie Prince Charles in the final showdown at Culloden Moor.

A time-travel page-turner powered by the mysterious forces of an old cello that connects two musical souls across centuries to a man they both love.

A must-read novel of historical fantasy that will sweep you away.


“I was pulled into the lives of these complex characters and by the end became fully invested in their plights. I absolutely loved the ending and can not wait to see how this new situation progresses.” – Nevine Ramirez

“Addictive and brilliant. The combination of history, intrigue, drama and romance, not to mention time travel – awesome! One of those rare stories that seem to make you part of the story, not just a reader.” – Raewynn Osborne