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A Love Beyond Time (Timeswept)
A Love Beyond Time - Timeswept
Author: Flora Speer
ISBN-13: 9780505519481
ISBN-10: 0505519488
Publication Date: 5/1994
Pages: 448
  • Currently 4.4/5 Stars.

4.4 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Accidentally and somewhat violently flung back in time to Charlemagne's eighth-century Francia, archaeologist Mike Bailey awakens to find himself literally at the feet of the lovely, golden-haired Danise-with absolutely no memory of who he is or where he has come from. Memory, love, and acceptance all arrive in due course, but then, unlooked for, the present interferes. Combining real and imaginative people and events, Speer (Castle of Dreams, Windsor, 1990) creates a romantic adventure filled with political intrigue that provides a detailed look at a not-often-used historical time period. The emphasis is on the historical rather than the time travel aspects.
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A Love Beyond Time
The man from the heavens...
Accidentally thrust back to the eighth century by a computer genius's time-travel program, Mike Bailey fell from the sky and landed near Charlemagne's camp. Knocked senseless by the crash, he couldn't remember his name, address, or occupation, but no shock could make his body forget how to respond when he awoke to the sight of an enchanting...

Angel on earth...
Headstrong and innocent, Danise was already eighteen and almost considered an old maid by the Frankish nobles who courted her. Yet the stubborn beauty chose to risk spending her life cloistered in a nunnery rather than marry for any reason besides love. Unexpectedly mesmerized by the stranger she discovered unconscious in the forest, Danise was quickly roused by an all-consuming passion--and a desire that would conquer time itself.
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I really, really had a hard time following this and ended up just skipping until the very end and that really disappointed me! I guess the idea of time-traveling wasn't that easy for my brain to wrap around. I had read this only once and got rid of it. Not my historical era either (Charlemagne etc). This is not the type of book that I would want to read to pass the hours.