"Readers will feel the Magic of this Historical Time Travel"
Though now a marchioness Jane Everleigh loathes the man
that nineteenth century rules forced her to marry even if
he is one of the wealthiest members of society. On the
other hand, the notorious rake Dominc Stanbridge finds his
new bride quite fascinating because unlike the horde of
women, who openly desire him, she rejects him.
The morning after the nuptials, something weird happens to
Lancaster, as Dominic is known. He had taken a blow to the
head and now speaks in a wild Scottish brogue, has the
manners of a barbarian, and claims to be a sixteenth
century Laird, Colin Mackenzie. Even stranger is Jane's
reaction. She rebuffed that same body just yesterday, but
now finds it irresistible. As Colin begins to persuade the
skeptical Jane it is all true, they fall in love, but he
must return to 1562 to finish his quest.
Readers will feel the magic of this exciting historical
romance. Though the displacement needs acceptance and Colin
adapts to easily to a more advanced technology, the
audience will find his tale fascinating. Lady Jane is a
wonderful heroine and her love for Colin crosses the time
barrier. Debra Dier has written a refreshingly delightful
time travel romance that will provide much entertainment to
fans of that sub-genre and those who enjoy a strong
nineteenth century romance.
Harriet Klausner / May, 2001
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted March 10, 2003