Over 20 Months on the Kindle Time Travel Romance Best Seller List
"Some see darkness where others see only the absence of light."
Paramedic Kit MacKlenna discovers that part of her inheritance includes a Celtic brooch and a letter from her late father explaining that she is not his daughter, and in fact was probably born in the 19th century. Shocked by his confession and the loss of her identity, she decides to use the power of the ruby brooch and take a hair-raising trip back in time to the 19th century American west to solve a mystery without changing history. Her dangerous quest could cost her not only her heart, but her life.
Highland born Cullen Montgomery has his future planned and it doesn't include a reckless, mule-headed female, but that doesn't stop the Scotsman's defenses from slipping when he sees Kit risk her life to save her traveling companions. Can he walk away from the only woman he's ever met who stirs his passion, ignites his fury, and confounds his logic, or will he lose everything along the way, including his heart?
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˃˃˃ A Sweeping Saga ~ Great Time Travel Historical Romance ~ A Real Winner
Time Travel and a Scottish Hunk. What's Not to Love?
˃˃˃ Reviewer's Comment
When I first approached Logan's work, I expected to be confronted by a star-trekky series of superficial, time-travel inventions that are ten a penny and simply don't appeal to me at all. How wrong I was. In reality, I found a writer of ingenuity, with a depth of understanding of the human condition and the ability to share it with the reader that far exceeded my expectations. Yes--I have to admit it; that exceeded my expectations of a modern woman and an American woman at that.
Her two novels to date, The Ruby Brooch and The Last MacKlenna, both of which I've read and hugely enjoyed, explore the lives of two women, Kit MacKlenna and Meredith Montgomery both of whom face worlds of adversity and come through them thanks to a mixture of such determination and, it has to be said, pig-headedness, that the reader is drawn into their lives and wants them to succeed.
Their men, Cullen Montgomery and Elliot Fraser, are developed with a deftness of touch that I once again consider exceptional in a female writer. I feel that Logan is a writer to be read, enjoyed and admired, and having found her voice in her work to date, may well produce a contemporary novel of lasting significance. I shall look forward to that. (Add to your cart now!)
˃˃˃ Reviewer's Comment
It is rare for a story to capture my attention so quickly, but this proved to be the perfect holiday read. Kit, a modern young paramedic, horse owner/racer and heiress to a fortune, is feisty, lovely, humble, and wonderfully stubborn. She has recently lost her parents and has discovered a Celtic brooch that can take her back in time on a quest to discover her true parentage. There she meets the devastatingly attractive Cullen, guide to an Oregon wagon trail, lawyer, and a well-off gentleman who knows his own mind. Naturally, sparks fly.
This story is one of those family saga romances that spans generations, but in a unique time travelling way. Twenty-first century clashes with 1852 Western-style. Feisty, modern heroine causes big trouble for handsome, virile hero, who cannot help but fall in love. Misunderstanding, circumstance, and cultural differences are bound to stand between them and true love. Everything a good romance needs. Even better, it is beautifully and intelligently written, the characters are well-drawn, and with the developing romance intricately woven into a family mystery, I could not tear myself away. I loved every second of this read.
Time-traveling romance just added itself to genres I want to read. Best of all, I see there are more brooches to enjoy!