8 member(s) found this review helpful.
This book satisfied my yearning for more books like the Outlander series. It's time travel modernized. Jennifer Mckinnon a weary concert musician yearns for a slower paced life and realizes her dream after falling thru a time gate into the year 1229 where she is rescued by a famous Medieval Scottish laird who is bored by the women of his own time.What ensues is a romantic frolic thru time, when the two would be loversmeet and do their best not to acknowledge their feelings for each other.Lynn Kurland is a skilled time travel writer, bringing time travelinto modern times and merging the two.
7 member(s) found this review helpful.
This was the first of Lynn Kurland's books I had read and I really enjoyed the characters, the plot and the time travel aspect of the book. I intend to read others of Ms. Kurland's books!
Nicholas de Piaget is finished demioselles more interested in his riches than his heart. He is certain he'll spend the rest of his life in his leaky castle, watching others enjoy wedded bliss, until he stumbles upon a flame-haired maiden in distress. His honor demands that he help her return home - if only his heart would allow it.
Jennifer mcKinnon is convinced that there are no more knights in shining armour - at least not in Manhattan. Then a chance trip to England leaves her wondering if a happily ever after might be in her future. Little does she know that a hero of legendary chivalry awaits her...eight hundred years in the past!
4 member(s) found this review helpful.
lovely, quick read. About a violin player, Jennifer, who travels back in time to Nicholas, a legendary swordsman in 13th century England.