"An amusing time travel romance"
In 1783 Charleston, South Carolina, the gypsy woman accosts
Irish Sea Captain Declan O'Shea, who is polite, but starts
to move on. However, she offers him several items of
jewelry and still being courteous, he chooses a medallion
containing an amulet. Not long afterward, Declan survives
a shipwreck that leaves him on the beach of Sunset Key,
Florida, circa 2002.
Declan meets accountant Libby Grayson, raising a five-year-
old by herself ever since Brett Ritter deserted them. As
Declan and Libby begin to fall in love, he wonders if he
will stay in this fascinating time with his beloved and her
cherished son while she questions her choice in men as he
is obviously a lunatic.
SAY YOU'RE MINE is an amusing time travel romance starring
a besieged modern day woman and a roguish eighteenth
century charmer. The support cast, especially her child,
enables the audience to better understand the lead
protagonists. The story line is fun though Declan adapts
too easily to the technology. Still fans will have a good
time and want to read more works from Julie McCoy (see
YOU'RE THE ONE and I DREAM OF YOU).
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted August 15, 2002
SAY IT'S CRAZY.|
SAY IT'S IMPOSSIBLE.
SAY IT'S UNBELIEVABLE.
JUST SAY YOU'RE MINE.
Not another nut case.
That's all Libby Grayson can think when she meets
devastatingly handsome Irishman Declan O'Shea. She's had
some bad luck with unstable men, but this takes the cake.
It isn't just that the roguish hunk says he knows where
there's a buried treasure...or that he swears the
he wears is a magical amulet given to him by a gypsy...or
that he confessed during a night of amazing, toe-curling
passion that he's really an Irish sea captain, swept onto
Libby's Florida beach after a shipwreck more than two
centuries ago. It's that the guy honestly believes every
word of it.
Worse than that, Libby is starting to believe it, too...