It's easy to see why Heaven's Time has been nominated for a RITA. The compelling characters and enthralling story
make for page-turning romance. Although this story has some tough elements in it, child abuse being the most prominent,
the way Ms. Plunkett handles these issues are wonderful. I admired Melissa's strength and courage to face her weaknesses.
Melissa, the tough-no-emotions-military captain, fears nothing, not even death. Being hurled through time gives her
another chance to live life. She is a very complex character, whose past has strictly shaped her. This is why (ironically)
being thrown into the past without a memory, forces her to grow and love in a way she never could have if she had retained
But Rory. Ah, now there is a hero any woman could fall in love with.
This book is a real keeper!