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Subject: Pirate/time travel Romances
Date Posted: 8/30/2007 5:33 PM ET
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First post and not sure where to ask this. I'm pretty sure this is the place.

Does anyone know of any Pirate or Time Travel Romances. Like Pirates and Knights by Linda Lael Miller. I don't mean time travel with aliens. Ones that are like they start off in the past then find some portal and come to the here and now or vise versa.

Any help will be appreciated.


Date Posted: 8/30/2007 5:54 PM ET
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Karen Marie Moning's  Highlander books have time travel to the present and the past. The past takes place in Scotland in the 1400 & 1500's.

Date Posted: 8/30/2007 7:22 PM ET
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Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Devereaux has a knight transported to the present (well, in the 80s? 90s?, one of those).  That is a really good book. 

 There is also a book that has a knight brought to the mid 1800s.  Prarie Knight by Donna Valentino.  It was pretty good, too.



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Date Posted: 8/30/2007 8:10 PM ET
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Julie Garwood's "The Gift" has a pirate as the hero.  Hmm, a heroic pirate?

Date Posted: 8/30/2007 8:24 PM ET
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Barbara Bretton did time travel ones that I just love.   "Somewhere In Time:, "Tomorrow and Always", and "Destiny's Child".  "Yesterday Comes Tomorrow" by Rebecca Flanders.  Linda Lael Miller's "There and Now" and "Here and Then" (they're sequels).  Actually, order "Beyond the Threshold", it's both of those stories in one book.  Nora Roberts has a couple of futuristic time travel books (someone from the future travels back to now), "Time Was" and "Times Change".  They've been republished into one book also, "Time and Again".


Date Posted: 8/31/2007 6:09 PM ET
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Oh, I thought of a pirate time-travel romance book for you!  It's a Harlequin American Romance.  "The Pirate and His Lady" by Margaret St. George.

Date Posted: 8/31/2007 7:08 PM ET
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Ooh, I love Margaret St. George!  Her Harlequin American Romance, "A Wish... and a Kiss," is one of my keepers. I'll have to check out "The Pirate and His Lady" too. :)

Date Posted: 8/31/2007 10:43 PM ET
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The Pirate and His Lady is on my keeper shelf even though I don't really read or keep the American Romances.

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Date Posted: 9/1/2007 4:48 AM ET
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Linda Lael Miller has a book called "MY OUTLAW" its a time travel

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Date Posted: 9/1/2007 8:17 AM ET
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Outander by Diana Gabaldon is TT.  Amy J. Fetzer has a few historical TT's.  Karen Marie Moning and Janet Chapman both have some TT/Highlander books too.


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Thank you all. I can't wait to read all the ones you've posted. And if anyone finds anymore I'll read those too.

Date Posted: 9/1/2007 8:03 PM ET
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I just loved Susan Grant's "Once A Pirate".  It's a TT about a pirate and it's so good!  Here's the back cover blurb:


Andrew Spencer sailed the seas seeking revenge, and there were very few merchants' treasures that he hadn't given a jolly rogering.  But on this particular voyage, he found his task harder than usual.  As a brown-eyed beauty was hoisted from the waves, he found his pirate's soul plundered from without and a fiery need conjured up from within.


The freak storm that caused her plane to go down in the Atlantic sent fighter pilot Carly Callahan's life spinning out of control as well.  Pulled from the freezing ocean, she found herself in the hot embrace of an Adonis.  But his eyes were cold and hard, and the man's burning lips swore she was someone else before he claimed her as his own.  Carly knew she had one chance to go home, but there was so much to see and feel here -- and the best was yet to come.

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Date Posted: 9/3/2007 1:33 PM ET
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Have you ever read the Sandra Hill Viking Time Travel Series.

I loved them/ The Navy Seals are the best!

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I am reading the first in a time travel trilogy, "Knight Errant" by R. Garcia y Robertson  http://www.paperbackswap.com/book/details/9780765344915-Knight+Errant+War+of+the+Roses

I've not finished, obviously, but I'm enjoying it and I like the heroine, who is plucky and knows how to use her own brain.

 Lynn Kurland also has an entire series revolving around the same family, with some going back in time, some going forward, some as ghosts,  and some practically pub-crawling their way through various historical ages.  Although "Stardust of Yesterday" is her first book, try  "A Dance Through Time". http://www.paperbackswap.com/book/details/9780515119275-A+Dance+through+Time

Teresa Medeiros's "A Touch of Enchantment" is also a nice TT read. http://www.paperbackswap.com/book/details/9780553575002-Touch+of+Enchantment

Janet Chapman has an entire series of 13th century Scotsman who have made a home in modern Maine.  Try "Charming the Highlander" http://www.paperbackswap.com/book/details/9781416523413-Charming+the+Highlander+The+Highlander

Lastly, don't forget that, with advanced search, you can search for category Romance > Time Travel



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Date Posted: 9/4/2007 1:35 PM ET
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I just finished Wings of the Storm by Susan Sizemore & it was really good.