"Only time will tell how much more there is to this bed & breakfast"

Mica Chadwick has fond memories of her Aunt Theo but had no plans to manage the bed and breakfast bequeathed her. She travels to Sea Crest to relax from stress of being a lawyer. One night she wakes and goes through a door ending up in the 1850's where her home now belongs to Thomas Logan Rutledge. She runs in shock and the next morning she checks but finds the door goes nowhere.

This begins several trips into the past using the key her aunt had left her with a note to 'help Tommy'. Mica has to cope with present day Ghost hunter and Treasure hunters who are staying at Sea Crest while explaining her disappearance for days. The more Mica visits in the past with Logan, the more their love grows. How can a modern woman find a way to share this love of a lifetime? Or will the treasure hunters, both in past and present cause them to loose all?

Ms. Baldwin did an excellent job of showing the differences and conflicts in life-views of 1850's compared to 2001 without bogging down the story. I was impressed with the scenes where modern things could not travel to the past -- like her zipper disappearing from her jeans when she arrived. You could really believe that this story was happening and loose yourself in the enjoyment of the growing love and adventure between Mica and Logan. I would recommend this to those who aren't sure if they'd enjoy a time-travel story but enjoy a good romance. For a time- travel fans, this book is one you don't want to miss!

Cy Korte Copyright 2002
for & ParaNormal Romance Reviews

Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted January 13, 2002


Indigo Bay
by Barbara Baldwin

Imajinn Books
September 30, 2001
ISBN #1893896439
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