Tessa is 16 when she goes to an auction house and makes her dad bid on a unicorn tapestry. She is oddly fascinated by the unicorn. When she gets home, she examines it closely, sees a loose thread, and pulls on it. Out comes a man. Tessa is very shocked and scared. She thinks that she is going crazy because the same man had been appearing in her dreams before he popped out of the tapestry. His name is William de Chaucy and he is from the 16th century. Although Will and Tessa fight, they can’t resist each other. Together they have to stop Gray Lily from stealing back the seven threads that she wove into the tapestry all those years ago. It has caused a huge disruption in the life cycle and the Norn sisters (the Fates) want it resolved. They tell Tessa to find the threads and return them.
It was amazing how Tessa was so attached to Will. Their love was true. I wouldn’t have changed a thing in this book because I think that it was well written and had a great conclusion. I would recommend this book to people who love action and romantic twists.