Trina B. reviewed Prince of Time (Celtic Saga, Bk 3) on
Not what I was expecting after reading the first two books in the series, which take place in the middle ages. This book jumps forward several thousand years in the future, a time period that I generally avoid reading about. I enjoyed the love story between the main characters but for the most part, was only really intrigued by the fast-paced last 15 pages or so.
"He's the last thing she expected--and she has waited for him all her life! It was written that her prince would be a mage, a warrior, and a saint. Instead he's a mercencary thief with a fondness for vice-filled dens and off-world wine. How can the sacred prophecy be wrong--or is there more to Morgan ab Kynan than meets the eye? Lady Avallyn has little choice and no time to ponder the possibilities of a mistake. She's the one woman who can save a 12th century mage whose demise turned the earth into a barren desert. And only one man can take her back into the past: the charismatic thief who may or may not be the fated Prince of Time."