Book Reviews of Point in Time

Point in Time
Point in Time
Author: Linda O. Johnston
ISBN-13: 9780505522443
ISBN-10: 0505522446
Publication Date: 1/1998
Pages: 363
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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As a successful Hollywood executive, Mariah is on the lookout for the perfect screenplay, and while scouting locations in Pittsburgh, she thinks she has it. With an old-fashioned setting and Thorn, a hero to die for, she knows it will make a great movie. But something will have to be done about the ending--Thorn is too great a character to die. Then a visit to a historic park sent Mariah back in time--to frontier Fort Pitt, where she is rescued by a very real Thorn.
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A master of time travel romance
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Interesting book. I enjoyed reading it.
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My first book by Linda Johnston and I really enjoyed it. I love time travel books and this lived up to my expectations. I also liked how it took the 2 main characters Thorn and Mariah until almost the middle of the book to figure out they were "hot" for each other lol. Great reading and I will read more of her books in the future.
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Time Travel Romance (Colonial Pittsburg)

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As a successful Hollywood executive Mariah was on the lookout the the perfect screenplay, and while scouting locations in Pittsburgh, she thought she had it. With an old-fashioned setting and Thorn, a hero to die for, she knew it would make a great movie. But something would have to be done about that ending--Thorn was too great a character to die.
Then a visit to a historic park sent Mariah back in time--to frontier Fort Pitt, where she was rescued by a very real Thorn. With his rugged masculinity and old-fashioned style, the muscular woodsman was unlike and man she'd met before. But who was he? And where was she? Mariah knew she saw somthing-special in his heated gaze, and knew her very existence depended on this enigmatic man and his pioneer ways. Now that she'd found him, she wondered if they were doomed for that tragic Hollywood ending--or if she'd discover that, in affairs of the heart, real life seldom follows a script.