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It was very interesting from the very beginning and kept my interest until the end.
I would recommend this story if you are interested in American History as She did a wonderful job of weaving a fictional story around the events of the war of 1812.
As a Scot I have to wonder where the Scots dialect/spelling of Keldon's speech came from, though- I was, perhaps, not meant to find it amusing...but I DID!
I really enjoyed this book. It's one of the better time travel books I've read. It's getting harder and harder to sort through all the offerings here and actually find a good one,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Carrie January
I read so many time travel romances that I'm probably more picky about what makes one good versus the another. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jcmulligan
Loved the whole story. The characters of Keldon and Arianna were so satisfying and full of romance. I would recommend to anyone looking for an adventure and love.Published 6 months ago by Baroncafe50
This was the first story I have read by Ms. Nutt and as several other reviewers stated, I was also sad to see it end. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Annie McShane
In basically every other time travel romance novel where a person switched places with someone else, they always remember who they were and either fear telling people (because... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Chelly Madock
The title sort of attracted me, it was the time travel tease that nailed it. A good preview is everything.
The book delivered. Read more
I loved everything about this book! Excellent read... loved the plot and the style of the descriptions in all the details!Published 21 months ago by Patee Pinto
Keldon and Arianna/Annabelle were a wonderful couple, once they figured it out. I just love time travel books and this one fit the bill. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Trish R.
i think this is a great story the main character Arianna was a strong woman.Even though she dot know who she is she knows she is nothing like what she was told she was. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by Robin