Book Reviews of Love's Timeless Dance (Timeswept)

Love's Timeless Dance (Timeswept)
Love's Timeless Dance - Timeswept
Author: Vivian Knight-Jenkins
ISBN-13: 9780505519177
ISBN-10: 0505519178
Publication Date: 12/1993
Pages: 375
Rating:
  • Currently 2.4/5 Stars.
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2.4 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Paperback
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DANCE THROUGH TIME

The pressure from her company's upcoming show was driving Leeanne Sullivan completely insane. But the talented choreographer refused to believe she could be rehearsing a Scottish dance in her studio one minute--and in the seventeenth-century Highlands the next.

A TIMELESS LOVE

Whatever delusion she was suffering, the feisty beauty began enjoying herself when a clansman tried to bend her will to his own. A liberated woman like Leeanne would have no problem teaching virile lain MacBride a new step or two, and soon she'd have him begging for lessons in love.
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good story but i was disappointed with the ending.
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A Dance Through Time

The pressure from her company's upcoming show was driving Leeanne Sullivan completely insane. But the talented choreographer refused to believe she could be rehearsing a Scottish Dance in her studio one minute - and in the seventeenth-century Highlands the next.

blah, blah, blah - it goes on a bit more, but that is essence of the back cover blurb.

all in all? for a time-travel romance, it wasn't half bad. not the best of the genre certianly, but a shade better than most. then again, i'm biased towards Scotland {{{shrugs}}}
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"Authentic research makes the Highlands a character...
The history of Glencoe is authenticated by research. This book presents a heroine, Leeanne Sullivan, who is not a Rambo, and who tends to sit back and watch people. She was careful about her actions and reactions, a more believable human than many of the heroines featured in modern romances who insist on dominating their worlds. Rather than "handling" her world with physical force Leanne handles her world with intellect and thoughtfulness. This is a good read."
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