- File Size: 3890 KB
- Print Length: 331 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Fiorenza Publishing (March 31, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 31, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XZFDMQJ
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,353 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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First, I don't provide summaries.
Now. This book works fine as a stand alone. You could even read it out of order in this case. But. I wouldn't. The whole series is worth owning. Start with Intertwine and go from there. Book Four was going to be the last, but I gather Ms. Van heard her fans who wanted Daniel's story after he came back into the plot in Book Four for the tall, grey-eyed Viscount.
It is a rich, complicated story with a female protagonist you cannot help love. And Daniel has grown up. At points I wished the author had slowed down a bit, taken a little more time. An awful lot happened in the last 15% of the story.
But here is the thing--Ms. Van's stories are grounded in the belief that love is light, and good will find a way. I keep coming back to them, rereading this series and the Brothers Maldetti while waiting for the final Maldetti book to be published, because they are passionate, inventive, living, breathing stories you can share even with a younger niece or a young adult friend.
Add an aside, the Brothers Maldetti series has a completely different world and characters and it's fun to see her write back and forth between the worlds.
The time portal is broken and he searches out mathematician, Foster Lovejoy to help him solve the problem mathematically. What he doesn't realize is that Foster, Fosse, is a woman.
The theoretical math was beyond me in this book, but I loved the character. Fosse was brilliant, but had never been valued. Daniel seemed hard, yet had a vulnerable side. I loved watching them see each other.
My favorite scene included a confrontation where some character from previous books were sitting on the sidelines making pithy comments, and some modern ones too (you go girl!).
I would recommend starting with book one, but this is a great series with time travel, romance, and a healthy dose of humor. I love Nichole Van!
Content: clean (some kissing, mild language, mild violence, talk of a unfaithful spouse)