In this novel she threads the romance of the old west, with the wonder of present day Las Vegas. She brings together two hapless victims to a quirk of physics, causing her to be transported first to the old west version of Las Vegas, Nevada. When she and her new found lover stumble back into the future well.... all manner of things happen and as always she makes it entertaining as well as thought provoking.
She includes great suspense and mystery, and causes the reader to press forward, wondering at every step of the way, paragraph by paragraph where she is going with this story, and HOW she will resolve it.
This is a great love story based on the idea of time travel. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
The heroine Mairie Callahan goes skydiving with her brother who has only a few months to live. She expected to land somewhere outside of Vegas, but instead has landed back in the past.
Jack Delaney adopted by the Paiute Indians, is seeking solace on a spirit journey of sorts to find his soul he'd lost fighting in the Civil war. Then a beautiful woman falls from the skies.
Then things get turned upside down. I personnel would not recommend this book. I couldn't even finish it. I really enjoy books that take women from the future and shot then back into the past. but that only goes one way. I don't like characters going into the future. Its too confusing to see what the world is going to be like and to try and understand technology like the TV who are not talking to you personally.
I LOVE CONSTANCE O'DAY-FLANNERY. I HAVEN'T READ A SINGLE BOOK OF HERS THAT I HAVEN'T ENJOYED. THIS IS A GREAT BOOK.
Nice time travel story. Definitely one of her better ones.
Great time-travel romance.
jack delaney has returned to his adoptive home among the paitute Indians hoping to regain the soul he "d lost fightingmin the civil war/
When a rugged, wild, but incredibly breathtaking man approaches Mairie Callahan, she is unprepared for the enticing tremors of passion she feels. But there is something unusual about this stranger. . .and something peculiar about what's happened to Mairie. For when she crazily agreed to go skydiving with her brother, she expected to land somewhere outside of as Vegas, but Jack Delaney, as this stronger introduces himself, tells her she has landed in a different placeand time. . .
Jack Delaney has returned to his adoptive home among the Paiute Indians, hoping to regain the soul he'd lost fighting in the Civil war. He seeks solace and a new life in the vast expanse of the Nevada wilderness. Then one day something falls from the skies. It's womancaptivatingly beautifulwho says she's from another time. Soon, he can't imagine losing her, which makes each moment she spends with him all the more precious. . .