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A Slip in Time
A Slip in Time
Author: Kathleen Kirkwood, Anita Gordon
ISBN-13: 9780451407597
ISBN-10: 0451407598
Publication Date: 10/1/1998
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Topaz
Book Type: Paperback
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19th century Scotland: The castle Dunraven has been closed to visitors for over 20 years and Julia Hargrove is about to find out why. One of the last of her group to arrive for a summer party, she finds herself ensconced inside of the tower chamber due to a lack of bedrooms. The tower chamber turns out to be as creepy as it looks, for strange things begin to happen almost as soon as she arrives...

15th century Scotland: Rae MacKinnon was recently released from London Tower where he had been imprisoned for almost 2 decades. He came home only to find his father dying and himself the third laird of Dunraven. Strange things begin happening thereafter, when a beautiful woman claiming to be from the future begins making appearances in his bedchamber...

This author is an absolute master at invoking emotions. If she wants you to feel freaked out, she knows how to use a lightening storm and a few choice words to do it. If she wants to bring a tear to your eye, she knows how to set a scene up and deliver an unforgettable line. If she wants you to feel sexual tension...well, she does that very well too [grin].
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