Book Review

by Faith V. Smith

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: Present-day and 1811 Sussex, England

Message from the Author

RT Rating

Longtime RT reviewer Smith's debut time-travel romance shows great promise and a talent for plotting, character development and dialogue. She competently juggles current-day and Regency England vernacular, moves the story along and packs a bunch of plot into one novella. Some may pause at the heroine using her cell phone in the 1810s, but if readers are willing to accept time travel, this device shouldn't be too much of a stretch.

While researching her latest book, Leah accidentally time-travels to another century, landing in the bathtub of Alistair MacKinnon, Laird of MacKinnon Castle. Leah's time-traveling explanation
is quickly proved, thanks in part to Mac's housekeeper, and she goes about trying
to find her way back home.

Emerging feelings for Mac make the search bittersweet, however. Especially when Mac's devious cousin arrives at the castle, claiming it as his own. Soon Leah
is helping Mac find a way to protect his property ... and she winds up engaged to the physically imposing -- and impressive -- Scot. (THEWILDROSEPRESS.COM, dl $3.00)

Reviewed By: Lauren Spielberg


Published: October 2008

Reader Rating

0 Stars

Average Rating: 0 Stars
(0 ratings)

More By This Author

Reader ReviewsWrite a Review