"Time Travel to Alaska"
At the Drexel cemetery in the Wyoming mountains, the three
sisters sing Christian songs at the burial of local witch
Yolanda D'Arcy. No one else including the caretaker Digger
Phelps (not the former Irish coach) attend the ceremony.
Soon a fog comes out of nowhere and engulfs the female
Alicia, a botanist, quickly realizes that she is no longer
in Wyoming but seemingly in the Alaskan wilderness. Her
two siblings are not with her, but she is not alone. She
is near the home of logging mogul Caleb Marker who is
shocked that a governess has arrived so soon. Stunned to
realize that she also traveled back in time to 1895, Alicia
accepts the job offer especially after meeting Caleb's
daughter. As the trio fall in love and have the
possibility of forging a family together, he cannot let go
of a past betrayal while she worries about her sisters and
whether she will return to her proper place in time.
ALICIA'S SONG is an entertaining time travel romance that
readers will fully enjoy even as they breathlessly await
the upcoming stories starring the two siblings. Though a
botanist and from a ranch, Alicia's acceptance seems to
simple and easy, yet the audience will still adore the
chronically impaired heroine. Caleb also leaves quite a
mark on the readers, as does his daughter. Susan Plunkett
opens her time travel romance with a fun to read scene that
fans will find delightful.
Harriet Klausner /March, 2001
Copyright © 2001
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 21, 2001