In Another Lifetime by Francois Keyser

If you lived forever, how long would you wait for the one you loved?

In another lifetime

“You’ll know her when you see her.”

Lark realizes what his father meant the night he meets Erin. The most beautiful girl he has ever seen in his life.

It is love at first sight but Erin’s father has other plans for his daughter. He will not allow her to marry a commoner such as Lark and he warns Lark to stay away.

When Erin’s father discovers that Erin and Lark have ignored him, he resorted to harsher measures and Lark finds himself cursed for all eternity.

The only way the curse could be broken is with a kiss from Erin but the curse itself makes it a near impossibility for Lark to get close to Erin in this life or the next let alone get her to kiss him.

He eventually gives up and resigns himself to a life without Erin. The universe will not be thwarted though and no-one gets to turn their back on a curse.

Lifetime’s later, Lark again meets Erin, reincarnated. Or does he. The person he believes is Erin knows his secret and fools him into accepting them as Erin for a reason Lark could never have imagined.

Will he discover the truth and he will find the real Erin reincarnated? Will they be together at last and will they survive the challenges thrown at them again even if they can finally beat the curse and be together?

Genre: YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Romance / Paranormal

Secondary Genre: YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Romance / General

Language: English

Keywords: reincarnation, curse, eternal, love, life, witch, sorcery, monster, magic, beast, overbearingfather, spell, bewitched, cursed

Word Count: 60484

Sales info:

This is a relatively new book with no major sales as yet. It is also listed on webnovel platforms in English

Sample text:

“When you see her, you’ll know…”

The words of his father echoed in his mind when he saw her.

Her long blonde locks curled down the side of her face and her blue eyes held him captivated the instant they met his. Her button nose and cheeks were sprinkled with freckles and her sparkling smile ended in dimples. She carried herself well, like royalty even though she was common born. Her posture was straight, regal even as she moved and greeted the guests.

Her eyes lingered when they met his and he knew in that instant she had seen him and was assessing him. Her gaze moved on beyond his but the slightest hesitation had been all it took. Her gaze had returned and met his again. He had smiled at her and she had smiled too.

He knew in that instant she would be open to speaking to him and was sure she liked what she had seen despite her knowing that he was beyond her. Or rather, she was beyond him.

He was just a lowly boy who had managed to get entry to tonight’s ball by questionable means. The girl fixed her gaze on someone behind him briefly before it flicked back to him again and again where he stood rooted to the spot, mesmerized by her beauty as she approached him.

As she neared him, she turned to her assistant and dispatched her on an errand. Then she reached him and stopped, looking at him as she offered her hand.

He blushed and bowed then took her hand in his and placed a soft kiss on the back of it all the while gazing into her eyes.

“Good evening. It is an honor to meet you, my lady.”

“The honor is mine,” she responded as diplomatically as she could. “May I ask your name and where you are from?”

Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Andreia Frazão and Pedro Gonçalves
Author review:
Andreia and Pedro have done an excellent job of translating my book. They have delivered the manuscript in the required timeframe and the translation is of a high standard. I recommend them for more translation work!

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Already translated. Translated by Teresa Sauceda
Author review:
Teresa has produced an excellent translation of my book. Teresa completed the translation in the agreed time. Teresa is professional and easy to work with. I recommend Teresa for more work on Babelcube.

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