Book Reviews of The Sorcerer's Lady (Timeswept)

The Sorcerer's Lady (Timeswept)
The Sorcerer's Lady - Timeswept
Author: Debra Dier
ISBN-13: 9780505520371
ISBN-10: 0505520370
Publication Date: 7/1995
Pages: 442
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 6
This book is a great read. Right up there with Karen Marie Moning.
A very good time-travel book. I loved it.
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Helpful Score: 1
I found this book a fun and light romance. If you like time travel and magic this book is for you.
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Victorian debutante Laura Sullivan couldn't believe her eyes, Aunt Sophie's ancient spell had conjured up the man of Laura's dreams - and deposited a half-naked barbarian in the library of her Boston Home. With his bare chest and sheathed broadsward, the golden giant was a tempting study in Viking maleness, but hardly the proper blue blood Laura was supposed to marry.

An accomplised sorcerer, Connor had traveled through the ages to reach his soul mate, the
bewitching woman who had captured his heart. But Beacon Hills wasn't ninth-century Ireland, and Connor's poweres were useless if he couldn't convince Laura that love was stronger than magic and that she was destined to become the sorcerer's lady.
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It is a great book for anyone that likes Romance and magic.
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Victorian Deb Laura Sullivan couldn't believe her eyes. Aunt Sophie's ancient spell had conjured up the man of her dreams. An accomplished sorcerer, Connor had traveled through time to reach his soul mate. But Beacon Hill wasn't ninth-century Ireland, and Connor's powers were useless if he couldn't convince Laura that love was stronger than magic.