This book was so good until the end. Then it went all cliche on me. However, it was quite the welcome distraction from studying. It got me through four years worth of politics classes. I wish the book had been longer and the plot fleshed out. The basic characters and story were great but they needed more depth.
Air Force pilot Aurora Durant felt lucky to be alive. It hadn't been easy to bring the plane down in the storm, but she'd managed. Now she had to figure out where she'd landed - and when!. Senior Centurion Lucius Antonius couldn't believe his incredible fortune. A beautiful woman had literally dropped out of the sky! But before Lucius could claim the willful, impertinent creature, he had to tame her. Aurora discovered that crash landing had been a picnic compared to teaching an ancient warrior about women's lib. Oh, the brute had his charming moments - in fact, he was nearly impossible to resist. And that was the problem ...
Aurora Durant was in the airforce and her and a colleaague was flying in Saudi Arabia and a storm came up and they crashed. She pulled Charlie out of the plane but he was in bad shape. Ehey landed in another time about 2000 years earlier.
Really interesting premise, excellent dialog and then the author totally blew it with the ending. If you can overlook the ending, 4 stars.