Neil and Mora are lovers across time, and they must cross over time to find each other again. Neil, who lives in today’s world, comes home to find his housekeeper murdered and a sassy Scottish lass trying to remind him of their life together in 1602.
To further complicate Neil’s life, something about this woman speaks to him on a deep level, bringing out feelings in him that Neil is unprepared for. When Neil’s best friend, computer nerd Fergus, vows to help Neil in his quest to save himself from his death hundreds of years ago, Neil is prepared to go along for the love of lovely Mora. What more could you want in a romance novel?
Beth Trissel has a way with her characters that brings them to life in your mind’s eye as fully realized people, who you want to win their battles, and find ever-lasting love. Her plot is complicated and unpredictable, and her eye for the detail of ancient Scotland is wonderful. Romantic fiction has been enriched by adding the time travel aspect to it, breathing new life into a genre that stretches back to the Jane Austin and the Bronte sisters.
The kind of book you can get lost in. Well-written and exciting, Trissel hits a home run with her time-crossed lovers.~