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Angeline Fortin is the author of historical and time-travel romance offering her readers a fun, sexy and often touching tales of romance.
Her first release in May of 2011, the Highland time travel novel A Laird for All Time, has steadily ranked in Amazon's Top 100 in Time Travel for the past three years with more than 80 five-star reviews so far.
A Question of Trust, the first of her Victorian historical romance series Questions for a Highlander, was released later that year and quickly followed by series additions A Question of Trust and A Question of Lust. The series primarily follows the siblings of the MacKintosh clan. Ten brothers and their lone sister who end up looking for love in all the right places.
With a degree in US History from UNLV and having previously worked as a historical interpreter at Colonial Williamsburg, Angeline brings her love of history and Great Britain to the forefront in settings such as Victorian London and Edinburgh.
As a former military wife, Angeline has lived from the west coast to the east, from the north and to the south and uses those experiences along with her favorite places to tie into her time travel novels as well.
Angeline is a native Minnesotan who recently relocated back to the land of her birth and braved the worst winter recorded since before she initially moved away. She lives in Apple Valley outside the Twin Cities with her husband, two children and three dogs.
She is a wine enthusiast, DIY addict (much to her husband's chagrin) and sports fanatic who roots for the Twins and Vikings faithfully through their highs and lows.
Most of all she loves what she does everyday - writing. She does it for you the reader, to bring a smile or a tear and loves to hear from her fans. Please send Angeline an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, follow her on Twitter @angelinefortin or LIKE her on Facebook for information and updates.
D. A. Rhine
on July 03, 2014 :
I am a huge Fortin fan and have read all the books in the Highland series. I read this one last.
The story starts off a bit sluggish with many details about Kate and her work, but once Kate transitions to Brand's time, the pace quickens, and I found myself staying up late to read, 'just one more chapter'.
Kate is likable and quite assertive, maybe to a fault, especially in this time. And Brand is a lovely character, hunky, sensual, and sexy; however, he breaks character when he seduces a woman in his employ. It was hard to believe that someone of his stature, with his integrity, would have broken societal rules for Kate, a housekeeper with no money or social standing. It's plausible and because I liked the characters so much I overlooked that issue and simply enjoyed their interaction.
If you've read and liked other books in this series, you'll enjoy this one too. There's a lot of heat between the two main characters to keep you satisfied and turning pages. Just remember it's only fiction and meant to be entertaining...not a historical text.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Feb. 05, 2012 :
Absolutely loved this book! Definitely well worth the money! Loved Kate's spunkiness and Brand's hunkiness. :) All in all a fabulous read, but would have loved to read about Brand conquering the 21st century in his own way. :)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)