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A DANCE THROUGH TIME
by Lynn Kurland

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Time Travel, Paranormal Romance

1997 BEST CONTEMPORARY TIME-TRAVEL/REINCARNATION ROMANCE Nominee

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To clear her head of haunting voices, budding romance writer Elizabeth Smith takes a walk in Central Park to help clear her head of Scottish research and the Clan MacLeod. Elizabeth finds a quiet place to sit, but upon waking from an unexpected nap, Elizabeth is immediately aware that somehow, she is no longer in New York. In fact she is no longer in the 20th century!

The last thing James MacLeod needs is a strange young woman claiming to be from the future. But eventually James agrees to release Elizabeth from the dungeon where she's been stashed, and they warily begin relationship. Elizabeth finds a number of allies in James' clan, including his teenage son Jesse and his young ward Megan. The key to Elizabeth getting back to her own time lies in the mysterious forest.

But when Elizabeth saves James' life and in doing so changes history, it prevents Jesse's ascension to power. When they realize what they have done, James and Elizabeth decide to travel to the future to save Jesse's heritage. It is James' turn to be off balance, as he learns to cope with modern life.

Both the past and the present are in jeopardy, however, when Elizabeth and James realize that their treacherous enemy Nolan MacLeod has also learned to travel through time.

Author Lynn Kurland's star continues to rise with this, her second charming, wacky and exciting tale. This is an author with unlimited potential. (Dec., 368 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Jove

Published: December 1996

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