The first hundred pages or so were okay but nothing to write home about. Then the story really kicked in and I devoured the last 150 pages. The last few pages especially really gripped me hard. I read them several times upon completing the story.
I wasn't sure all along how the author would resolve the time travel differences and I must say how things were handled in the story blew me away.
What a delightful little book! Though short, it really has a great story. This is one of Brockmann's earlier releases and I'm so glad it's been re-published. It's a unique twist on time travel, a la "The Time Traveler's Wife", but a much faster read and with a more satisfying ending. (And I think this one may have been written first.) For Brockmann fans and time-travel aficionados, I highly recommend this book.