Book two of Linda Lael Miller's time travel duo. Elizabeth's cousin Rue is determined to find out what happend to her cousin ELizabeth who has disappeared. But when she finds the time portal, she crosses to find a burned out house and no cousin. The sherrif doesn't belive she's Elizabeth's cousin and threatens to arrest her for tresspassing and then follows through with his threat when he finds her playing poker in the saloon. And it only gets better from there. Good fast read. The book is 20 years old, so the language is a little stilted - but a good story.
This takes up shortly after "There And Now" ended. It's another great time-travel story - this time with Elizabeth's cousin, after she finds Aunt Verity's necklace on the hallway floor, traveling back 100 years. When she realizes what happened, she decides to look up Elizabeth to make sure she's really happy and wants to stay in the past. With no money and no place to stay, she soon ends up in the town jail!
I thought this book was fantastic, and much better than the first one. It's fast paced with a couple of twists and turns. I'd highly recommend it if you like time travel romance. The only thing this book needed was an epilogue.
From back cover:
In the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time. Wher her cousin disappeared without a trace, Rue Claridge volunteered to find her. But by retracing Elisabeth's steps, Rue never dreamed she'd wind up in 1892. And she certainly wasn't prepared for Marshal Farley Haynes. He arrested her and threw her in jail. But discovering how dangerous the Old West really was, Rue needed his help. Especially when, at any moment, fate can intercede and destiny can be changed by a single bullet.