"A well-written time travel romance"
When Mica Chadwick's beloved Aunt Theo died, she
bequeathed the Cameron Island family estate Sea Crest to
her niece. Mica has a thriving law practice and has no
plans to manage a bed and breakfast, but could use some
time away from her highly stressed legal job. She travels
to Sea Crest to relax, but finds weird happenings in her
Mica opens a door that allegedly goes nowhere only to
find a stairwell. She walks down the steps only to end up
in the home of Thomas Rutledge, circa 1850. Mica concludes
that the door and steps must be a portal and bridge between
the past and her present. The more Mica remains in the
past with Logan, the more she realizes she loves him.
However, an unknown antagonist waits for the right moment
to destroy everything this couple cherishes.
INDIGO BAY is a well-written time travel romance due to
the actions and reactions of the heroine when she becomes
temporally displaced. Mica never pretends to be an
antebellum southern belle even for love. Instead she
coaxes Logan into accepting her as an independent,
intelligent individual. This helps turn this novel into a
delightful time travel for sub-genre fans.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted August 24, 2001