I simply loved the little girl named Deidre. I'm sure other readers will too.
When Seumas sees Sasha revive Deidre from a drowning death that Sasha had a vision of, his view of her as a sorceress nearly ends their blooming friendship. But after an illusion-filled meeting with Brian the Druid, Sasha learns that the artifact that Tavish's slaveholders want him to return to them from the 14th century is only a 9-hour walk away at the standing stones of Torhousekie. She sets off alone, but Seumas is following, and following him is Deidre! Can Sasha manage to survive alone in the wilds of the 14th century? What magic will they face? What power will Deidre wield? Will Seumas and Sasha commit to each other? Which world would they live in? You must read this book!
-Retired to Read
What is most enjoyable is Sasha's view of the past and diving right on in and also wanting to bring snippets back to her own time. She plays with the children, and she even does her best to help out, and worries about her new wool suit from the future!