Book Reviews of A Love Through Time (MacKendimen, Bk 1) (Time Passages)

A Love Through Time (MacKendimen, Bk 1) (Time Passages)
A Love Through Time - MacKendimen, Bk 1 - Time Passages
Author: Terri Brisbin
ISBN-13: 9780515124033
ISBN-10: 0515124036
Publication Date: 11/1/1998
Pages: 342
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 22 ratings
Publisher: Jove
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed A Love Through Time (MacKendimen, Bk 1) (Time Passages) on
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This was my first time reading a Terri Brisbin book. I found it a quick read and entertaining. The characters Maggie and Alex leave you cheering them on! Time travel is not something I usually read about but now I'm ready for book 2. The only difficulty I had was getting used to the Scottish brogue. The author does have a warning in the beginning and once you get the hang of the words it is fun to read.
reviewed A Love Through Time (MacKendimen, Bk 1) (Time Passages) on
Helpful Score: 1
I loved this book and the sequel!
reviewed A Love Through Time (MacKendimen, Bk 1) (Time Passages) on
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I really enjoyed this first book in the MacKendimen series. It is a time-travel book from present day Scotland to Medieval Scotland. The main characters are sent into the past by accident. I enjoyed learning of the history of the time period with some mystical, magical adventures thrown in. It was warm, witty and sensual.
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Maggie and Alex are from the present day and are sent back in time together. It is not like any other time-travel books I have read. The secondary characters in the story are well developed and believable. I felt so sorry for the treatment Maggie recieved frrom Anice (Alex's betrothed). I wished she would give her a good slapping instead of taking all the snide remarks from Anice and her maids. She was just a spoilt little brat who thought she was better than everyone around her especially Maggie. Anice did change at the end of the book when she realised that the Alex she thought was betrothed to wasn't her Alex, but an imposter. I thought the real Alex who prefered to be called Sandy was a perfect match for Anice. He was just as bad as she had been to Maggie. This book is a great read and I can't wait to read the sequel to this book. I highly recommend it to any time-travel fans out there.