While a time-travel romance, the relationship between Meg and Prince Llewlyn of Wales is not cliché. It's truly two people struggling to overcome their different backgrounds and the current political climate of 13th century Wales to follow their hearts. The completely fresh storyline of a Daughter of Time is one of the strongest aspects of this story.
Daughter of Time is a sweetheart style romance in that the sexual scenes take place off stage, and an enjoyable look at chivalry in a way that explains how functional it was for the time period, and not just a cliché romantic notion modern readers have about knights in shining armor.
Overall, I give this book 5 stars and recommend you grab a copy or at least download a sample for yourself.
Prepare for an enchanting ride when troubled Meg tumbles back in time to Medieval Wales, joining Prince Llywelyn in the battle to preserve his kingdom -- [a] strikingly fresh story of love between worlds ...
From the Author
The After Cilmeri Series:
Daughter of Time (prequel)
Guardians of Time
The Gareth and Gwen Medieval Mysteries:
The Lost Brother
The Lion of Wales series:
The Oaken Door
Of Men and Dragons
The Last Pendragon Saga: