A romantic getaway vacation--in the pre-Civil War Ozarks? What if, alone and lost in a Missouri Ozarks cave in the 21st Century, you stumble through an exit--and land in the lap of an aromatic man in ?
Right man, wrong time?
Not your idea of the perfect vacation? Then pity Susa Hildebrand, dependent for survival on a cranky aerial photographer whose government mission outranks helping her find her way home, and whose assets include transportation mules , food beans , protection a rifle , and a lusty aura. She also has to wear an ugly dress until someone even unluckier shows up in the dangerous, male-dominated border area. Bickford Pelletier can be mighty persuasive, though, and if she has to live in his time, Susa could do a lot worse.
But what about the teenage twins she left behind? The problem is, how do you seduce the man who's loved you like a big brother from the day you were born? Emilee tackles the problem obliquely. She and Jake are privy to knowledge of important coming events through the 'future history' remembered by her parents, now touring in Europe. Announcing her appointment as the new vice-president of Schuyier Enterprises, Emilee tries to convince Jake, the new president, to begin SE's development of a luxury resort the family will transform into a rehabilitation hospital after the coming World War.
Jake is adamantly against her choice of site. Emilee, however, has learned to dowse, and has her own way of knowing things. A German friend of Marguerite wants to buy a defunct silver mine owned by Emilee. She refuses to sell it to the "Kaiser's man," claiming her dowsing rods indicate the mine still holds valuable ore. Jake's new secretary, young Anthony Parmenter, becomes Emilee's secret ally.
He introduces her to his uncle, who offers to loan SE the money to purchase and renovate the resort site Emilee wants. Jake is a stubborn man, and enamored of his passionate fiancee. Emilee is certain she knows what's best for Jake, and her name isn't Marguerite.
Meanwhile Anthony and Amos Carruthers, a young architect-about-town, vie for Emilee's affection. Jake has his hands full. Read more Read less. Special offers and product promotions Amazon Assistant: Rs cashback on purchase of Rs or more on Amazon Assistant. Offer ends 26 Sep. Cashback in 10 days. Here's how terms and conditions apply Go Cashless: It can impact us for a long time to come, resurfacing  when we least expect it and preventing us from moving on. Holding onto these feelings are the only connection we have to the elusive thing that has slipped through our fingers and so we focus on the negative feelings as a security blanket instead of letting go and moving on with our lives.
When we meet somebody who seems ideal, it is only natural to want to make that connection and to manifest a relationship with that person. Those feelings may even be reciprocated and we may even begin an intimate relationship.
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But if that seemingly right person comes along at the wrong time, for us or for them, the relationship is doomed to fail. Although all the other boxes are ticked; attraction, values, life goals, geography; if the timing is off, neither party has any power over the course of the situation and the reality needs to be accepted. If you meet the right person at the wrong time, chances are they are in fact, the wrong person.
Dealing with unfinished business when you think you have met the right person at the wrong time, in fact making them the wrong person, can be confronting and painful. The struggle  is real and you will experience a number of emotions that could leave you confused and depressed. The key to coping and moving forward involves not only communicating  with the person, to resolve the issues between you both and deal with the deterioration and cessation of the relationship, it also requires you both to do your own individual purging of feelings by confronting your grief, extracting the lessons and moving forward.
Writing a letter  to the person, regardless of whether they every read it or not, is one useful exercise to consider. Here are some other ways to address unfinished business when we meet the right person at the wrong time: Sometimes having to let go of someone, makes your time with them even more significant, specifically because it was so short lived.
The Heartbreaking Truth About Meeting the Right Person at the Wrong Time
Use your time reflecting on the good times instead of dwelling on the negatives and the fact that it had to end. When you meet the one you think may be the right person at the wrong time, it is tempting to change yourself and your goals, in order to fit into the criteria that you believe will preserve the relationship. The best thing you can do for yourself is to be true to yourself; your desires, your life goals and where you are at in your life.
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It is OK to be sad, angry, resentful, confused, even bitter. All feelings are valid and denying them only intensifies them.
It’s harsh to accept, but meeting someone at the wrong time means he/she is the wrong person.
Life is all about ups and downs and the idea that it will always be smooth sailing is false and fabricated by the aforementioned manufactured ideals we get from popular culture. The times we feel most alive and connect deeply with our humanity is when we experience loss, which by the way is inevitable. It is the human condition to know and to feel and therefore to grieve. We want to protect ourselves from this pain and disappointment and to make the best possible decisions to avoid unnecessary hurt, but sometimes not everything is in our control and we only gain this information and the tools to make better decisions through bitter experience.
Meeting the right person at the wrong time is an opportunity to gain these life lessons and in time, most people tend to look back with hindsight and are able to appreciate the reasons why things evolved in the way they did. Anna is a communication expert and a life enthusiast. She's the editor of Lifehack and loves to write about love, life, and passion. Your relationship is no different.